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Mar 19, 2019 | By Liran Haimovitch
Over the past few years, whenever the topic of microservices arises, this familiar question also comes up: What is the best approach for developing a few/numerous/countless microservices? In a time-honored tradition, I generally answer with a slew of additional questions: Have you already started developing? How large is the team working on the application? Have they ever developed apps in the cloud?
Mar 11, 2019 | By Alex Greensphun
The term “employee happiness” is thrown around quite a bit these days. It started out as a buzzword and became a business standard several years ago when Google promoted one of their first software engineers to the role of “Jolly Good Fellow”. Since happy workers are more productive and less likely to quit, they are the key to an organization’s success and longevity. Which is why businesses work hard to increase the well-being of their employees.
Mar 3, 2019 | By Oded Keret
It is no coincidence that “looking for a needle in a haystack” is a popular debugging metaphor. When a single missing ; can cause problems, and you must go through hundreds and thousands of code lines to find it. That’s when the metaphor becomes all too relevant. So what happens when the problem is a bit trickier than a missing semicolon? When you need to print thousands of log lines just to try and trace it. Or, alternatively, you set a breakpoint and step-by-step your way to the root cause.
Feb 25, 2019 | By Oded Keret
In recent years, dev culture got some love from Hollywood and our favorite network shows. The developer image has gone through quite a transformation as well. In the ’80s and ’90’s it was the geeky, socially awkward, living in their parents’ basements stereotype that prevailed. Today, these are the geeky, socially awkward, adorkable characters who hack into the NSA mainframe, found Facebook and argue over tabs versus spaces.
Feb 19, 2019 | By Polly Alluf
I know software engineers. Like, really know them. I’m the sister of one, the spouse of another and the proud daughter of a third. I’m also a veteran B2B marketer with almost a decade of experience marketing to IT and security folks and another five years in MarTech. Does all this qualify me for my most recent gig, marketing to developers? Well, yes and no.
Dec 4, 2018 | By Rookout
Rookout, the rapid debugging platform allows developers to add non-breaking breakpoints in their live code to collect any type of data they need. In this video, you will see how you can edit Rookout rules to refine the condition of when a breakpoint is triggered.