Month: October 2018

0-0x HTTP Headers For Web Performance and Security

HTTP Headers For Web Performance and Security Rick speaks with Andrew Betts about HTTP headers. Andrew is a Technical Product Manager and Developer Advocate at Fastly – he gives some valuable insight into the importance of metadata in HTTP headers for web performance and security. Learn all about it in…
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0-0x CI:CD for NODE.JS and KUBERNETES

CI:CD for NODE.JS and KUBERNETES Building microservices with Kubernetes is fun, but deploying them by hand is not! It would be great if you could just run “npm deploy” and get your service deployed into a cluster. In this talk, I’ll show you how to build a CI/CD pipeline that…
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12 Best WooCommerce Plugins for Your Online Store

12 Best WooCommerce Plugins for Your Online Store WooCommerce provides a powerful platform for your online store. With business happening on a global scale, day-to-day tasks like pricing, shipping, and invoicing can get complicated. Luckily, there are a range of WooCommerce plugins available on Code Canyon that can help you provide…
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12 Best WooCommerce Plugins for Your Online Store

12 Best WooCommerce Plugins for Your Online Store WooCommerce provides a powerful platform for your online store. With business happening on a global scale, day-to-day tasks like pricing, shipping, and invoicing can get complicated. Luckily, there are a range of WooCommerce plugins available on Code Canyon that can help you provide…
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The Developer’s Evolution in a DevOps-Driven World

The Developer’s Evolution in a DevOps-Driven World Cloud Foundry sponsored this post. Since the time of punch card programming when “Star Trek” debuted in the 1960s, professional coding has undergone radical changes over the decades. Using the Vulcan “mind meld” concept from “Star Trek” from a previous conversation as a…
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Create a WordPress Image Gallery: Code the Plugin

Create a WordPress Image Gallery: Code the Plugin What You’ll Be Creating People like pictures. They like looking at them, they like clicking on them. So it makes sense to use them in the navigation for your site. You may already use featured images in your archive pages, letting users…
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0-0x [CSS] Box Alignment

[CSS] Box Alignment The web is fundamentally boxes. Every element in the document tree is a box. A lot of frustration with CSS often arises from trying to wrangle all the content on the page into their proper locations. CSS has gradually expanded over the years, granting us an increasing…
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0-0x Accessing and Analysing Your Own Social Media Data

Accessing and Analysing Your Own Social Media Data What information do social media websites really collect and store about you? I will show you how to access that data from a few different social media pages and analyse it for your own use, even if you’ve never used python data…
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What It Means to Be a ‘Serverless Native’

What It Means to Be a ‘Serverless Native’ Stackery sponsored this post. Anna Spysz Anna is a former tech journalist turned software engineer at Stackery. As Stackery’s resident serverless N00b, she gets to learn about new technologies while teaching others by creating docs and tutorials that make serverless more accessible…
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Gravity Clones Clusters to Simplify Kubernetes Management

Gravity Clones Clusters to Simplify Kubernetes Management Taking the concept of snapshotting from virtualization, a new tool from Gravitational called Gravity allows users to create thousands of identical clusters to ease the pain of setting up and managing Kubernetes. “The problem is that Kubernetes management is as complex as server…
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Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Will Your Next Laptop Be Your Last?

Off-The-Shelf Hacker: Will Your Next Laptop Be Your Last? Hedley the robotic skull and I are in Minneapolis this week for the Embedded System Conference. I’m anxious to walk around and talk to people about the very latest trends in embedded and physical computing systems. Halloween is also a great time…
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The Declarative Power of APIs

The Declarative Power of APIs It’s getting harder to turn around in the technical world today without bumping into some sort of reference to an Application Programming Interface (API). APIs play a major role in the industry, opening up management and programmatic capabilities to hardware and software alike. APIs allow…
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0-0x The Playbook for Achieving Product Market Fit

The Playbook for Achieving Product Market Fit Dan will cover how to use a scientific process — observation, measurement, experimentation, and testing — to determine and improve product market fit. Product management expert Dan Olsen will share advice from his book The Lean Product Playbook, including his Lean Product Process,…
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Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich on Defining Microservices

Microsoft’s Mark Russinovich on Defining Microservices Have you ever tried to explain microservices to anyone? Depending on the context, people explain it differently. But when it comes to establishing the relationship between microservices and cloud native computing, no one explains it better than Mark Russinovich, chief technology officer of Microsoft…
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0-0x OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-Oriented Design

OOP Is Dead, Long Live Data-Oriented Design For decades C++ developers have built software around OOP concepts that ultimately failed us – we didn’t see the promises of code reuse, maintenance or simplicity fulfilled, and performance suffers significantly. Data-oriented design can be a better paradigm in fields where C++ is…
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HashiCorp Aims to Lighten Management of the Multicloud

HashiCorp Aims to Lighten Management of the Multicloud As other vendors provide solutions that work very well in a particular environment, HashiCorp sees its future as easing management of multiple environments, according to Mitchell Hashimoto, the company’s co-founder and CTO. HashiCorp continues to “double down” on cloud — multicloud in particular —…
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Getting Your Manager to Say ‘Yes’ to DevOps Tools

Getting Your Manager to Say ‘Yes’ to DevOps Tools CircleCI sponsored this post. Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you have discovered a new tool that may be able to solve a problem for your team? Did you bring it excitedly to your manager only to be shut…
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0-0x How Does npm Design

How Does npm Design Want to know how to get your organization to prioritize and practice user experience design? Watch this talk and learn how UX design is done at npm. SLIDES: https://ift.tt/2Q7v7IW EVENT: JSCamp 2018 SPEAKER: Jerry Gabra PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license…
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Workflows for the New Developer Experience

Workflows for the New Developer Experience Datawire Technical Consultant Daniel Bryant kicked off his Cloud Native London talk saying that, as developers, “A lot of our jobs revolve around taking a good idea and turning it into value for our customers.” For a lot of us, developers are our customers.…
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What’s New in Core ML 2?

What’s New in Core ML 2? Last year, Apple launched Core ML—a segue into the world of machine learning for Apple developers. Before that, we were already using machine learning with technologies like AutoCorrect, Siri, and a predictive keyboard, but Core ML brought a new level of power and flexibility…
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