Learned from Sandro’s Outside-in TDD screencasts
By Carlos Ble on 2015-05-31
Test Driven Development
As I am getting older my memory doesn't work as it did some years ago. If want to remember and internalize the important stuff from all the things I study, I just have to blog about them for two reasons: being able to come back to my blog to reread record it better on my […]
Your Django Story: Meet Allison Lacker
By anna-oz on 2015-06-01
Allison is a software engineer at Eventbrite, where she has worked on everything from responsive CSS to optimizing search algorithms. She graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign with a degree in Computer Science, and then promptly ran away to Cameroon for 2.5 years. She is passionate about making the web usable for everyone.
How did your story with code start?
Migrating from WordPress to Ghost (the hard way)
By yamila on 2015-06-02
Open source, Tutorials, ghost, wordpress
Previously in Modus laborandi we learnt how to install and run a Ghost blog. This new post is about migrating the data manually, from WordPress to Ghost. Assumptions You need to know very little about how to read a json … Continue reading →
As I hear stories about teams using a microservices architecture, I've noticed a common pattern.
- Almost all the successful microservice stories have started with a monolith that got too big and was broken up
Debug like a doctor
"Programming today is all about doing science on the parts you have to work with." — Gerald Sussman