Brandon Bayer talks about his creation, Blitz.js, a Next.js fork and a fullstack, batteries-included framework for React. In this episode, we talk about the inspiration for the project, the challenges along the way and what’s planned for this great framework’s future. Listen to the episode now.
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Testing is not only about making sure software works, but that it also fulfills users’ needs, performs well, and is secure. These are the 20 types of tests every developer should know.
Mastering the process of CI/CD towards a healthy and uninterrupted DevOps life cycle.
Peter Cooper is a tech publisher, author, software engineer, and of the most successful newsletter curators. Listen to him talking about content creation, the cycles in the tech business, and how developers learn.
Building beautiful and functional apps in Flutter is easy, but how do we make sure that we deliver a great user experience at scale? We can do it by integrating […]
John Clingan, product manager at Red Hat, founder of MicroProfile, and author talks about the challenges of developing microservices on Java, using Quarkus and MicroProfile.
Khash Sajadi, cofounder of Cloud 66 and DevOps veteran, talks about how DevOps evolved and shaped the industry, the importance of getting past the hype, and what to look for when deciding on a technology stack.
Listen Jeff Smith, author of “Operations Anti-patterns, DevOps Solutions” speak about getting into the right mindset for moving organizations forward.
Apple loves to feature apps with their latest creation(s). So let’s go through 8 significant features to kick your app up a notch.
All applications require automated testing to make sure they do not break when other developers add new features. React Native apps are no different.
Learn how to build Python projects and monorepos at scale with the Pants Build System.
Dave Thomas, the author of “The Pragmatic Programmer”, discusses how software engineering and his attitudes to testing have changed over many decades.
AWS App Runner is a service for people just wanting to run their containers without hassles. In this post, we’ll learn how to use this far-simpler-than-ECS-and-Fargate alternative, explore how it fares against its competitors and, of course, how to continuously deploy software with Semaphore.