One of the most crucial things about building software is productivity – we want to deliver new features and make it faster and faster to do so. But what about the productivity of the organic side of building software – i.e. the person who works as the developer?
Npm is commonly used software registry and there's a good chance that you're already using it in your project. It allows you to install any of over 600,000 packages and to publish your own. Although it's really popular and useful, there are few things you should consider when using it.
Currently in Evolve Velocity we’re building Evolve platform in cloud using AWS provider and Centos 7. The whole service is based mostly on our microservices, but we’re also using 3rd party components like Iguana from iNTERFACEWARE Inc. Platform should be accessible 99,99% of the time, and these days High Availability is requirement for any serious and publicly accessible project.
EuroStar is probably Europe's biggest and most prominent software testing conference. Since 1993 it gathers professionals and software quality passionates for sharing ideas, learning and networking. This year it'll be hosted in Stockholm at the beginning of November. Before that there's a series of one-day EuroSTAR roadshow conferences organized in few Europe's cities. We had a pleasure to attend Warsaw edition on 27th of April 2016.
Recently a colleague of mine dropped a piece of work with [WIP] tag "on my desk" and run away to celebrate at company's Kick-Off. Last thing I've heard was: "rsyslog is beating me into submission". Turns out it wasn't rsyslog problem at all! Note: vm is running Centos 6.