I didn't write a post on it yet, but I managed to tweet about this exciting product update. It's part of an upcoming, even bigger update 💪 TLDR: Datree now automatically recommends best practices to adopt, based on the technology you're using (that we support). In my tweet I used Docker as an example, so in this case Datree recommends 5 Docker best practices:
Mattia Battiston argues teams using short-lived feature branches would usually benefit from aiming to work directly on master a la trunk-based development, and details the benefits.
In a span of ~3 years. They tried splitting monolith to microservices but failed, then succeeded with the help of containers.
"We were using monolith like a loaded term. As if saying monolith implies something terrible, and microservices implies something good." Here's another team's experience who started on a similar journey but ultimately didn't go through with it.
For those of you Node developers. Good tips from Ewan Valentine.
Mike Ruth from Cruise writes about managing secrets, including their recently open sourced tool Daytona for use with Hashicorp Vault.
Marianne Bellotti writes about insights she learned from non engineers that help her become a better manager of engineers. Coding is easy; dealing with people is hard 🤔