When it comes to business applications, you need an architecture that scales well. This is my take, based on Uncle Bobs EBI.
Amazon Web Services can sometimes be a royal pain in the backside, especially because a lot of their services are not entirely feature complete. A lot of these gaps can, however, be filled with Amazon Lambda.
Why do so many developers struggle with testing? Why don’t we all have 9x% test coverage on our code?
Here’s a thought experiment: how would I fix the upload filter law?
Build environments, server setups should be reproducible, even 6 months down the line. How does this work?
Interfaces are like internal APIs for your code. So how should you create them?
A new EU proposal would mandate all online platforms to institute upload filters. Let’s talk about that.
LXC is the older of the two, but how do they compare? What’s the difference? Which one should you choose for your next project?
When reviewing code I often see folders like model, view, controller, form, etc. There is a way to make your folder names talk, but this ain’t it.