How do we make agile technology choices – especially those ones where we have relatively little information to use as input but our decision is likely to have a big impact on what we’re building? Here are 8 guiding principles.
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Following his feature on the benefits of using a monorepo, our own Viktor Charypar, Tech Director at Red Badger, sat down again with Packt to outline not just about monorepos and digital transformation, but also how Red Badger works.
You’ve probably heard that Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, and other tech industry behemoths keep their entire codebase, all services, applications and tools in a single huge repository – a monorepo.
Now, 'end of the cloud' is a bold statement, I know, maybe it even sounds a little mad. And wasn't serverless in the cloud? Bear with me, I'll explain.
More often than not, software projects end up with pretty arbitrary deadlines. We’ve all had a version of this conversation:
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Last summer, Stu wrote a piece about Ansible – a beatiful and simple automation tool with easy to read configuration files. When I started at Red Badger I joined Stu on a project that already had an Ansible setup. Even though I've never really used…