Keeping it short & simple this week. And - happy Friday the 13th folks 😱 Cheers,
Dropbox is a big Python shop. This article describes their long journey to adopt static checking, and all the things they did to increase adoption of this practice.
"There are many amazing technical overviews on what containers are and how to use and productize them. This post focuses on how containers shift the organizational structure and that shift’s affect on velocity of delivery."
"You’re probably already applying policies at the CI level but doing so in an ad hoc way. OPA enables you to make your implicit policies explicit and declarative." I may be biased but tools like OPA and Datree are the bees' knees 🐝
This article offers a deeper look into different Kubernetes workloads and the limitations of serverless offerings. It starts by describing the evolution from monolith --> microservices 1.0 --> cloud-native architecture (microservices 2.0).
Our friends at Snyk shares how to make it easier to switch between different Node.js versions and between different npm registries while working in a development environment.
Ooh this is fun. The contestants: Go 1.x, Node.js 8.10, Java 8, Ruby 2.5, Python 3.6 & .netcore 2.1. Which language is fastest you think.