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Story about a investigation spanned twenty months for a flaky failures. There was a linker bug, a Windows kernel bug which is triggered by linkers!
SSYGEN develops game with LÖVE. After his first game BYTEPATH, he write down soft and hard lession and why he’s going to make his own engine
A reading list of blog posts about Golang. It aspires to include only the most useful and relevant material that anyone writing Go should eventually read.
Zack build an open source Poker on Phoenix, and the front-end in Elm. In his words: Elm and Elixir - A Match Made in Functional Heaven. The is a story of how to structure the project, the challenges, the roadblocks and the future.
A story from Kotlin to Go: rewriting a micro-service. Tricks how to provision resource effectively since the price of lambda is based on mem, cpu and execution time. Some great gotcha too: AWS VPC & Concurrency due to limit of ENI, database& concurency, especiall connection pool which is a challenge for lambda.
Most of time we program by build up a model with states, and logic around this state to transform them. Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs. By recognizing when domain models should be represented first and foremost as state machines–or recognizing when to refactor domain models into state machines–we keep our models understandable and workable.
Good decision: Kotlin, JooQ/Flyway, Postgres, TypeScript, no microservice, no webpack. Bad: Server-side rendering, service layer, REST is may not a good choice and GraphQL should be considered.
Google’s fast-paced, practical introduction to ML. Video lessions, notes, documents, very well organized to get started
Software performance optimization is simple: find a way to do less. Sidekiq’s author shares trick using a single comment to improve performance
Still in WIP mode. First sections cover writing optimized code in any language. The later sections cover Go-specific techniques.
Articles like “Building a simple todo list with [framework or technology name]” won’t teach you how that framework or technology solves real-world problems and works at a large scale. This is a curated list of technical talks and articles about real-world enterprise frontend development.
Server-Timing allows us to return time metrics in response headers. Chrome dev tools supports this and can display these nicely. This is a POC implementation for Phoenix framework. But the idea apply to any framework/application
Writing a node.js script that performs an automatic token distribution/airdrop to a list of Ethereum addresses. The code is taken from Polymath Token Distribution.
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