My personal journey of balancing Object Oriented Programming (OOP) with Functional Programming (FP) showed me how there are many useful overlapping skills for both professions when it comes to explaining code. The communicative skills needed for knowledge sharing and the foresights/awareness of the “initial situation” are two of the big ones.
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Troubleshooting RabbitMQ mirrored queues made easy.
In this blog post I will tell you a little story of how I became a proud member of the ToThePoint family, some might say it was coincidence or luck but that’s too easy of an explanation.
Even though the Wall Of Fame might look like a fancy oversized gadget to bring along on our events, there’s a lot going on in the background that we think you’ll find interesting.
We built a high performance, low latency ecosystem controlling the Wall Of Fame while allowing for adding features easily. But it took some time and effort to get to the point that we’re at right now.
Recently, on one of my projects, a real estate website, a new story popped-up telling us that we should use the search preferences (price, type
Running and operating a Kafka cluster on Kubernetes can be a tricky part. There are already many tutorials, blogpost, Helm Charts, Operators, … that will
Ok, last post was a bit of an introduction… let’s cut the fat of our last blogpost and cut to the chase in this one.
Ok, everybody is talking about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, interchangeably and most of the time just confusing people. First of all, they are not the
Last september, Andy Wilkinson, Spring IO Platform lead at cloud-native platform company Pivotal gave a talk in Washington DC at SpringOne2GX about ‘Documenting Restful APIs’ (slides). See this webinar for reference: He
This series is intended for an audience that feels comfortable with the basics of Ruby and Rails and wants to learn how to add practical
A lot has already been written on the difference between “Doing Agile” and “Being Agile”.“Doing Agile” boils down to using the agile terminology, because everybody
PART 2: QUERY OBJECTS INTRODUCTION Typical responsibilities of a Fat Model. Validating data coming through controllers (validations) Keeping track of the relations between the tables