Recently I saw an interesting post on Reddit: “I would like to be more full-stack,” user Fenugurod said.
Boot.dev’s web app that hosts all of my coding courses is a single-page application written in Vue 2, with plans to migrate to Vue 3 soon™©®.
If you’ve already read my previous post, you know that the amqp package is awesome and you can get up and running with just 40-50 lines of simple code.
Where I work, we use a repo-per-namespace setup and so it often happens that I want to restart all pods and deployments in a single Kubernetes namespace.
With #HacktoberFest being a thing, there has been an influx of devs desperately trying to contribute to their favorite Open-Source projects.
You’ve probably visited a site and attempted to sign-up only to be met with errors such as:
Python is commonly seen as the AI/ML language, but is often a dull blade due to unsafe typing and being slow, like really slow.
It’s a fairly common scenario to subscribe to a Rabbit queue and process messages before acknowledging receipt.
time.Time is the perfect choice for handling times in Go in most cases, it even comes in the standard library!
time.Time makes dealing with dates and times in Go a breeze, and it even comes bundled in the standard library!
The purpose of cryptography is to keep information private, and the purpose of open-source is to make code public… So we shouldn’t open-source our cryptography algorithms right?
Once upon a time, a company I worked for had a problem, we had thousands of messages flowing through our data pipeline every second, and we wanted to be able to send real-time emails, SMS, and Slack alerts when messages matching specific criteria were found.
This is a tutorial on how to set up an Electron app on Travis CI, so that new versions are deployed to GitHub Releases with a simple pull request.