Tag: Software architecture
Bias detection in IBM Watson OpenScale
Posted on August 12, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Manish Bhide wrote this article on fairness or bias is one of the big issues that plagues the adoption of AI in enterprises.
How to run Scrum in data science teams
Posted on August 4, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Haydar Özler wrote this piece about his hands-on experience tips on team structure, skills, cross functionality, product backlog items, sprint lengths, difficulties and benefits when using scrum framework on a data project.
Maximizing your security posture with Azure ATP
Posted on August 3, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Interesting article from Chris Hallum from Microsoft. Their customers spend a lot of time and money on security solutions and very few of them are taking full advantage of the solutions they've deployed. Even fewer of them are deploying or maintaining these solutions correctly. Based on this it's not surprising to see stats like "93% of all breaches could have been avoided if basic cyber hygiene had been in place" (Online Trust Alliance).
Golang tutorial for Node.js developers: Getting started
Posted on July 27, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
A tutorial series, which covers the basics of getting started with the Go language, while building an app and exposing it through a REST, GraphQL and GRPC API together. By Tamas Kadlecsik (@tamaskadlecsik); CEO of RisingStack.
Ten years of Erlang
Posted on July 26, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
The experience and opinion on Erlang form developer joining Erlang community about 10 years ago. The author covers a few things such as hype phases and how this related to Erlang, the ladder of ideas within the language and how that can impact adoption, what changed in his ten years here, and he'll finish up with what he thinks Erlang still has to bring to the programming community at large.
Home grown IoT - simple DevOps
Posted on July 20, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
The guide by Aaron Powell on topic of IoT and DevOps. When it comes to CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) for IoT projects it can feel a bit daunting, you've got this tiny little computer that you're trying to get stuff onto, it's not just "the cloud" that you're targeting. This is part 7 in series of 8 articles.
Design patterns in Node.js: a practical guide
Posted on June 27, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length long
Fernando Doglio, Technical Manager @Globant, wrote this piece about design patterns in Node.js. Design patterns are part of the day to day of any software developer, whether they realize it or not.
The potential for using Service Mesh for Event-Driven Messaging
Posted on May 16, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
Kasun Indrasiri provides article full of insights into potential new use for Service Mesh. The current popular implementations of service meshes (Istio, Linkerd, Consul Connect, etc.) only cater to the request-response style synchronous communication between microservices.
Culture follows structure
Posted on May 12, 2019, Level beginner Resource Length short
An article by Dave van Herpen who led break out session during conference on Organizational Design. The objective of the workshop was to share practical do's and dont's on how to drive true organizational change towards self-organizing teams, to deal with the turbulent markets these organizations find themselves in. YThis was during a highly interactive event "Fit for the Future," enabled by CIO Platform Nederland and the DevOps Agile Skills Association (DASA).
Building self-served ETL pipeline for third-party data ingestion
Posted on April 18, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
An article by Nikolaos Tsipas from Skyscanner with help of colleagues Omar Kooheji and Michael Okarimia about how to solve the puzzle when there is a need to import datasets from external sources, and make them available for querying. Examples of imported data include: analytics metrics, advertising data, and currency exchange rates, all of which are used by Skyscanner engineers and data scientists.
Enriching event-driven architectures with AWS event fork pipelines
Posted on April 1, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length long
An article by Rachel Richardson and Otavio Ferreira about typical modern application architecture and how implement it using AWS tooling. Many customers are choosing to build event-driven applications in which subscriber services automatically perform work in response to events triggered by publisher services.
Programming concurrency in C++
Posted on March 7, 2019, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
The first in series of articles by Mehreen Tahir about programming C++ and introduce you to the features C++ offers in order to support concurrent programming. C++ was originally designed to support only single thread programming. In every application, there is one default thread.