Value of Open APIs to Financial Services
Open Banking refers to the use of open application programming interfaces (APIs) to allow financial service companies to share data and functionality with third parties. This can offer a number of benefits to both financial service companies and their customers. Here are some potential examples of Open Banking and APIs value to financial service companies:…
Intro to AWS Security – AWS White Paper
This document is intended to provide an introduction to AWS’s approach to security, including the controls in the AWS environment and some of the products and features that AWS makes available to customers to meet security objectives.
Introduction to Building a Lake House toward Modern Data Architecture
Adit Modi provides an introduction to the Lake House model using the unique facets of each role in the architecture and how data can best move between each.
Site Reliability Engineering — Invest More, Toil Less
Similar to the DevOps skill-set, Site Reliability is about automating delivery and decreasing opportunities for system downtime. Identified and matured through Google, this resource unpacks the how, what and why behind implementing SRE within your organization.
Why Intuitive Troubleshooting Has Stopped Working for You
Pete Hodgsen discuss the Cynefin model of frameworks/triage and the effects of system architecture on identifying solutions.
20 Amazing GitHub Repositories Every Developer Should Follow
A collection of GitHub repositories to improve development skill and knowledge of the current ecosystem.
Production-ready CICD setup with Azure DevOps, AWS, and Terraform
Looking at a few of the largest and most popular IaaS, Jazz Tong reviews a project combining Azure, AWS and Terraform.
Cloudflare Pages now partners with your favorite CMS
Interest in headless CMSes has seen spectacular growth over the past few years with many businesses looking to adopt the tooling. With this new partnership model, Cloudflare is expanding into more mainstream CMSs.
21 lessons I wish I’d known earlier in my software engineering career.
Harsh Makadia walks through some basic ideas of what he has learned as a developer as it relates to career, self and the work.