A story of awesome hacking skills go down all the way to assembly and hardware level. It isn’t as much about Go, but the process is what we learn from this post: techniques to debugging and the thought-process to figuring out the problem.
In this article, the author presents the tools used, and some pitfalls they had to overcome to make this project a reality.
ML is eating the world. The article describes the process of building a project that collects camera images, and processes them with YOLO to count people in picture. Code is available in Github.
A fun exercise breaking our Docker container using a shell exploit from WordPress ran in the container. You will know learn to deploy more secure container. You can practice it with their provided VM too.
In life of a developer, we have to learn things quickly. This is a great way to learn PostGres in a short time. They provide sample data, so we can dive right in without setting and feeding sample data.
Discussion of methods to cancel promise with BlueBird and pure promises, and generator and future of fetch API.
The author of “Exploring JS” book takes a different approach to explaining
No lesson beats real world experience. Gocardless shares detail about their high availability PostGres setup and failure of promoting primary. They analyze and provide setup and solution for future.
Robustly handling billions of tasks in milliseconds using Kafka and Redis.
Ruby, being Ruby, has several ways to define class method. Sometimes we just go with whatever the project style guide outlines and call it a day. This post explains the reason why
class << self is better from author’s point of view.
Phusion Passenger author describes how different app servers handle apps that defer work (such as resizing an uploaded profile picture, or removing temporary files generated during the request) out of the standard request-response cycle until after the complete response has been written back, and problems associated with different approaches.
We are going to learn how to create API specifications using API Blueprint, running automated tests against the back-end implementation using Dreed, and how to use Apiary to build an API prototype without even writing a single line of code.
This is an old (2015) but good post. It discuss how to store UUID more efficiently with some tricks.
Don’t be overwhelmed and don’t read them in order. Just pick whatever you like and you will likely learn a thing or two from it.
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