Choosing a Content Management System is a very difficult decision. Even if you have already decided on whether to build or buy, there’s still a lot to think about. From integration with existing systems, to automated testing and gradual release,…
- Badger Life
- UX & Design
- Mission Beyond
After you’ve watched the John Lewis ad (and checked out what everyone else thinks about it on Twitter), here’s some interesting things to read (and watch) in between singing along to Elton John songs.
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week, a look back at the family computer, looking forward to the future of retail, and more.
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) refers to the definition and management of IT infrastructure (e.g. networks, virtual machines, load balancers, firewalls, etc.) in a declarative manner, i.e as source code. Declarative IaC has the powerful property of…
With football going home to France, tennis done, and the weather taking a cooler turn, we’ve had more time to get some reading done. Here’s what has sparked our interest this week.
Despite the glorious weather, we somehow managed to read some great articles this week, check them out below.
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…
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…
Everyone knows you need data to make decisions. If you’re developing software of any sort, quick access to metrics can enable you to answer important questions like this:
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.