Feeds I follow

A collection of recent articles from blogs that I follow.

  • Why Containers and WebAssembly Work Well Together

    Developers favor the path of least resistance when building, shipping, and deploying their applications. It’s one of the reasons why containerization exists — to help developers easily run cross-platform apps by bundling their code and dependencies together. While we’ve built upon that with...

  • How High Should You Climb Up The Tower?

    Welcome to The Riddler. Every week, I offer up problems related to the things we hold dear around here: math, logic and probability. Two puzzles are presented each week: the Riddler Express for those of you who want something bite-size and the Riddler Classic for those of you in the slow-puzzle...

  • Introducing Shadower: A Minimalistic Load Testing Tool

    Introduction Shadower is a load testing tool that allows us to provide load testing as a service to any microservice at Uber. Shadower started as a command line application that allowed us to read a local file to load test … The post Introducing Shadower: A Minimalistic Load Testing Tool...

  • How Artists Get Paid From Streaming

    We explain how your money gets from you to a streaming platform, and finally to an artist.

  • Kind helpfulness

  • A look inside our sixth generation of server hardware

  • Remote Development at Slack

    In this article, “remote development environments” refer to AWS EC2 instances where engineers make code changes and can see a running Slack application with those changes. For years, engineers at Slack isolated and tested their changes by running microcosms of the Slack application on their...

  • Why it’s important to add gender identity options to digital services

    It’s important to have gender identity options in digital services so we changed our own data recording at GDS to accommodate this.

  • Q&A on 1972

  • 1972.

  • Can You Make Room For Goats?

    Welcome to The Riddler. Every week, I offer up problems related to the things we hold dear around here: math, logic and probability. Two puzzles are presented each week: the Riddler Express for those of you who want something bite-size and the Riddler Classic for those of you in the slow-puzzle...

  • T-LEAF: Taxonomy Learning and EvaluAtion Framework

  • How We Halved Go Monorepo CI Build Time

    Painting the Picture Before 2021, Uber engineers would have to take quite a taxing journey to make a code change to the Go Monorepo. First, the engineer would make their changes on a local branch and put up a … The post How We Halved Go Monorepo CI Build Time appeared first on Uber Engineering...

  • Deciding on Your Very First Second Job, as a Software Engineer - Part 1

    A year into my first job out of school, I found myself feeling content with my job but wanting more. As I embarked on finding and creating a path that would be more fulfilling for me, I found myself pretty confused on how to approach finding my second job.

  • 9 Tips for Containerizing Your Spring Boot Code

    At Docker, we’re incredibly proud of our vibrant, diverse and creative community. From time to time, we feature cool contributions from the community on our blog to highlight some of the great work our community does. Are you working on something awesome with Docker? Send your contributions to...

  • Docker Hub v1 API Deprecation

    Docker has planned to deprecate the Docker Hub v1 API endpoints that access information related to Docker Hub repositories on September 5th, 2022.

  • Top Tips and Use Cases for Managing Your Volumes

    The architecture of a container includes its application layer, data layer, and local storage within the containerized image. Data is critical to helping your apps run effectively and serving content to users. Running containers also produce files that must exist beyond their own lifecycles....

  • Building digital foundations globally with service standards

    At GDS, we use the Service Standard to create user-centred services. Our Advisory International team helps other countries to create their own service standards.

  • More on geo-tagging photos with a time element

  • Place name mappings probably need a time dimension too