We use Node.js extensively in our production apps. When we started with golang, the major discussion point amongst us was, for a beginner how golang dependency management is supposed to work. Vendoring was the only method for golang dependency management. In this, you save a local copy of the dependent libraries that your application shall use. In Node.js world, dependency is managed using packages.json.
Today we're launching the Cachet community! We love hearing your ideas, chatting about this and that, seeing contributions from people across the globe and moving Cachet forward as it becomes the nucleus of your communication platforms.
Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop have been around for many years, delivering IT Ops an essential ability to centrally manage and control costs of App and VDI delivery. The move to a new architecture in Xen 6.X accelerated deployments and now the move to the latest improvements in Xen 7.X is in full swing. We see this occurring globally, with generally good results.
On February 28, 2017, Amazon S3 in the us-east-1 region suffered an outage for several hours, impacting huge swaths of the internet. StatusGator was impacted, though I was able to mitigate some of the more serious effects pretty quickly and StatusGator remained up and running, reporting status page changes through the event. Since StatusGator is a destination for people when the internet goes dark, I aim to keep keep it stable during these events.