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Recommended Read: Ksonnet: Simplify working with Kubernetes configurations

ksonnet: Simplify working with Kubernetes configurations We are pleased to announce ksonnet, a set of open source tools to help improve your experience of configuring Kubernetes to deploy applications. We’ve […]

Recommended Read: Color Pattern

via xkcd.com https://xkcd.com/1814/

Recommended Read: NoSQL Databases: A Survey and Decision Guidance

NoSQL Databases: a Survey and Decision Guidance Together with our colleagues at the University of Hamburg, we — that is Felix Gessert, Wolfram Wingerath, Steffen Friedrich and Norbert Ritter — presented an overview over […]

Recommended Read: The fastest web framework for Go

the fastest web framework for Go while providing robust set of features for building modern web applications. package main import “http://ift.tt/1PeMcr6” func main() { iris.Get(“/hi_json”, func(c *iris.Context) { c.JSON(200, iris.Map{ […]

Recommended Read: The complete guide to Go net/http timeouts

When writing an HTTP server or client in Go, timeouts are amongst the easiest and most subtle things to get wrong: there’s many to choose from, and a mistake can […]

Working Again!

So, my last post was awhile ago, discussing how I intended to start my own MMO-style demo in order to prove my programming capabilities. Ironically, the reason for the delay […]

Back in the Programming Chair Again

An issue I’ve recently encountered with trying to move back into programming is the reluctance of companies to employ someone who hasn’t been commercially developing for a while. Due to […]

I’ve been doing some research into the type of solution used for server-side software – code that runs on a server, responding to multiple users requesting services/information/data from it at […]

Game server software – An overview of node.js

I’ve been doing some research into the type of solution used for server-side software – code that runs on a server, responding to multiple users requesting services/information/data from it at […]

As I’ve been playing around with JavaScript lately, I came across a rather lovely piece of software called Yeoman. This is used at the start of a project, and helps […]

Modern web development workflows – Yeoman

As I’ve been playing around with JavaScript lately, I came across a rather lovely piece of software called Yeoman. This is used at the start of a project, and helps […]

I’ve never been comfortable will sharing details about myself online – as someone who grew up pre-Internet, I’m probably considered old-fashioned these days to be concerned about privacy issues. The […]

Why I left Facebook

I’ve never been comfortable will sharing details about myself online – as someone who grew up pre-Internet, I’m probably considered old-fashioned these days to be concerned about privacy issues. The […]