An inside look at the specifics of how we decide what to do and then decide how to do it.
I’m Nick Craver, and you may remember me from my posts about how Stack Overflow does deployment, how we do hardware, and how we built our architecture.
When pilot Viktor Belenko defected, he did so in a mysterious Soviet plane – the MiG-25. Stephen Dowling looks at its far-reaching impact.
- Make a rule that anything that's in master can be deployed by anyone at any time. This will enforce discipline for code review, but also for introducing changes that f.e. require migrations. You'll
In 2015 I started my first job as a developer, after having spent five months turning my coding hobby into a profession.
There are some pretty cool challenges out there involving regex (Self-matching regex, Regex validating regex) This may well be impossible, but is there a regex that will ONLY match itself? NOTE,
Lucero covers how to build an image with the Dockerfile, explaining syntax, best practices, basic tools and runtime libraries, packages and shipping.
Learn React Native with interactive examples.
Data Rebellion is all about getting your programming abilities to the point of usefulness as quickly as possible. And when it comes to learning programming, some paths up the mountain are shorter t…
Take a ride in a Tesla with Full Self-Driving Hardware.
Can a neural network learn to recognize doodles? See how well it does with your drawings and help teach it, just by playing.
Changing the enterprise software narrative from 'how to SELL to the enterprise' to 'how to BUILD for the enterprise.'
Hannah Fry reveals what data is and how it is captured, stored, shared and made sense of.
“SQL injection attacks against speed cameras”