It’s TechThursday again!
Big news, in case you missed it: we’re going public!
This week we’ve been quite busy, in fact we announced that Daniel is joining us and we took the time to talk about how we process payments and how we’ve been trying to shift more to a devops-ish culture — long road ahead though!
Last but not least, we also wrote an article explaining generators in PHP for whoever has missed them so far!
But what has the team been looking at over the past week? Below you’ll find the usual list of interesting articles we discovered in the past 7 days.
- JoliCI: run your CI builds locally, through docker
- Design how your objects talk through mocking
- HHVM Long Term Support
- Configuring Redis High Availability
- Next generation package manager for the front-end
- Redesigned TC39 ES6 Features
- ES-6 symbols shims for node
- React Vagrant
- Working with Symfony 2
- Is there a benefit to compiling your code as you go?
- requiring npm modules in the browser console
- perf.fail – do, learn, fail forward.
- How we work on queries at github
- Benchmarking: Analyzing AWS m3 Instances for Performance, Bandwidth
- Bringing new security features to Docker
- Containers for Development
- Dockerfile Golf (or optimizing the Docker build process)
- The fundamental problem of programming language package management
- Scumblr is an interesting tool for keeping an eye on potential exploits or discussions of your company/application elsewhere on the internet. All sorts of potential monitoring applications for this: https://github.com/netflix/scumblr
- Helios is another docker orchestration platform designed for managing containers across a large fleet. Instructive documentation, debian packages and a vagrant setup for trying it out are all plus points
- DNS server that lets you look up ec2 instances by instance name
- Skylight is a smart profiler data detective code whisperer bug catcher flag raiser for rails apps
- Liquibase:– Source control for your database
- dweet.io: Ridiculously simple messaging (and alerts) for the Internet of Things
- Slap: Sublime-like terminal-based text editor
- Pre-commit:– A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks
- Julie Ralph (from Google) talks about End to End Angular Testing with Protractor
- Comparing Titanium and PhoneGap (Mobile app development)
- A mass deployment tool for Docker fleets
- Tracking the most popular Github repos, updated daily
- Specialists vs. Generalists for Enterprise DevOps