If you’re working with Ansible regularly, especially with complex playbooks, you probably wonder if there is a way for playbooks to run more quickly. Our comparison of our six strategies showede that there is a way to speed up the process by 88%.
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With the rise of cloud computing, Azure Functions have emerged as a powerful tool for serverless computing. The common trigger for Azure Functions is the Azure Service Bus, so let us lead you through best practices for tunning your configuration settings.
Provisioning cloud infrastructure based on IaC like Terraform means you can version the code, track each change, and everyone can see the changes made when they need to. You can also provision either an entirely new environment or quickly and simply recover the whole infrastructure.
Is jack of all trades just another name for a full-stack developer, or is that a natural path for all developers who are curious cats? Goran started writing this blog with one opinion in mind, but when he wrote down all the needed qualities and views from the Notch team, he concluded it on a different note.
There was no way to use convenient annotations to instruct the cache manager to do caching and evictions. You would have to do it all manually, and that is extra coupling. Given that we at Notch like loose coupling everywhere, we didn’t like that. That’s why we built our own library.
Beginning with Angular version 14, you can now develop a complete application without creating any custom NgModule. In this blog, we’ll go step by step on how to create a simple Angular standalone component.
In the second part of Kristijan’s Learn@Lunch he talked about architecture patterns like MVP, MVVM, MVC, and VIPER to which iOS moved because design patterns started having issues with interactions between the client and the server.
Design patterns are reusable solutions to common problems in software design, and Kristijan Delivuk, our Head of Mobile, in the first part of his Learn@Lunch talked more Singleton Pattern, Observer Pattern, Decorator Pattern and Delegation Pattern.
A part 2 by a long-time Java and Scala developer who switched to Go the past few months for a project. Goran wondered what is the easiest way to learn and digest different Golang concepts and features. In this blog he covers the implementation of post factory and command pattern, and has prepared a quick sample you can follow.