Category: Web Development
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.
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.
Netlify snags $105M Series D to fuel Jamstack-focused web development
As an early adopter to Jamstack, it’s exciting to see these folks building their own rocketship to move the movement forward.
OAuth with Cloudflare Workers on a Statically Generated Site
Quick writeup of Cloudflare Workers and how to use them in a serverless function for OAuth on a Statically Generated website.
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.
How to Write Software Engineering Goals
Adam Talcott, a director of product engineering and former lead engineer at two SaaS companies, provides a great synopsis of using the SMART model for goal setting and examples of application to engineers and development teams.
My Journey to DevOps : Series 2.0 – Introduction to CI / CD
Basil Ihuoma gives an introduction to DevOps and a brief intro to Continuous Integration and Continuous Development. Extensive look at Kubernetes and how containers make sense in some (not all) situations.
Scaling Productivity at Lyft Engineering
High-level and insightful walk through of the planning and migration of the development environments that served Lyft’s engineering team as it grew from 100 engineers and a handful of services to 1000+ engineers and hundreds of services.