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With many applications depending on open-source software, how do we protect ourselves against the unknown vulnerabilities that undoubtedly exist? What measures can we put in place today to mitigate risk without eliminating the value of perfectly…
The use of WebAssembly server-side is driving a major revolution in platform design, moving beyond cloud as a destination.
We find the right people, people who are hungry to be part of positive change, and give them everything they need to succeed
It’s really sweet when several ideas, executed together, combine to be greater than the sum of their parts.
You will know that the microservices pattern is very popular right now. For good reason, because it enables Evolutionary Architecture. Each…
Developers and operators came together in the DevOps revolution. Now a new boundary - Docker Containers - delineates these disciplines in a way that allows each to concentrate on their own skills again. Containers enable immutable infrastructure and…
I should have written this post a while ago because something I love is not getting the traction it deserves and writing this earlier may have helped in some small way to change that.
The first half of 2013 has reinforced Red Badger’s belief in polyglot architectures and solutions built from small, sharp tools.
There’s something built into us that drives us to automate everything. Every manual thing we don’t have to do frees us up to do something more exciting and useful.
Q: What do our 3 favourite open source projects (Node, Redis and Nginx) have in common? Apart from being uber-cool?
At yesterday’s Sliverlight Firestarter, Scott announced that Silverlight 5 will have a DataContextChanged event. Great news! How often have you wanted to grab the view model in the code behind and been frustrated by the fact that in Silverlight…