The following is a talk at the RailsConf 2015 in which Peter quickly discuss MVC and mostly what comes after it. “This talk explains how to compact the “big ball of mud” at the heart of your app into a bedrock of reliable code. It gives the steps to incrementally refactor models into a functional […]
Beware of how you spend your scarce cognitive resources. Enjoy this Fluent 2015 presentation, by Kathy Sierra, about the important elements to care about in one’s pursuit of greatness. This doesn’t only apply to technologies, or web, or coding, but to almost anything.
The original article is by Jerry Chen, from Greylock Partners. This is just a re-transcription. If “software is eating the world,” then the meal will be prepared by developers. Over the past several years, there have been articles about the primacy of software engineers. This reality is supported by the fact that technical majors are […]
This post was initially by Boz, on Feb. 12 2015. This is one of those posts I want to be able to go back to at a later time. Hence I paste it here. ** Sense of Urgency ** I once had the good fortune to visit the kitchen at The French Laundry. The kitchen […]
Eventually, you’ll work with APIs. Then, you’ll hear about REST and other things like Http request methods, OAuth and other various elements. Check out the video below in which few APIs including Youtube’s, Facebook’s, GoogleMaps are describled. Take a look, there is a big chance you find this useful.
As a software engineer, chances are you have already used Couchbase. Chris Anderson, co-founder of Couchbase and an Apache CouchDB committer is interviewed by Prof. Dr. Stefan Edlich from Beuth HS of Technology Berlin at GOTO Copenhagen 2012. Links Chris Couchbase GOTO Conference
Mark explains how MemCached was adopted at Facebook and benefits gained from there,