Some type of knowledge does go outdated. But some data and recipes, ways and tools just going to be improved and reused again and again. How to know whether your knowledge is still valid in new conditions and times? How do you understand when you can apply some old tricks for the new issues? A human brain is a real magic box without capacity limits. And sometimes there’s no need to learn something new. All you have to do is to revise what you already have. Let’s do some knowledge revision with our new Syndicode Digest #63 – Unhide revision.
If you are working with chatbots, now is the time you can use some amazing framework to simplify your task. At the end of May Stealth Ruby framework for conversational voice and text chatbots was launched. With Stealth you can customize and extend your chatbot by writing code. Isn’t it cool?
You should already know that if there was no Syndicode digest on Friday, it will be delivered on Monday. So, this is happening today. But waiting for a digest is not a stress test we talk about. Actually, we talk about your everyday experience which is the real stress test. Of course, if you’re a good and responsible developer. There’s so much different obstacles you face and problems you solve! And the pressure you feel from your bosses or clients. But if you have chosen this profession – you have no way out. So keep calm and visit psychoanalyst as often as possible. That helps! And read our new Syndicode Digest #56 – Stress test!
The new tool in the house! Cilium is API-aware networking and security for containers. It is an open source software for providing and transparently securing network connectivity and load balancing between application workloads such as application containers or processes.
Last year we introduced you what skills and tools a professional full-stack web developer needs to know. There we briefly described what DevOps is. But this time we decided to make a full review of What is DevOps as a Service and its pros and cons. Enjoy!
Sometimes you have to reschedule something to replace it with more important stuff. That happened to our Friday Syndicode Digest which now appeared to be the real Monday Digest! It doesn’t mean you will read something out of date we collected last Friday. It just means you will read the more recent news we just picked for you in our unexpected Syndicode Digest #52 – Monday’s Child!
All programmers are somehow religious. They do believe in progress, in future, in the unlimited power of those pretty lines of code, and of course in artificial intelligence. Or not? However, when we do something we have to believe in it. Otherwise, there’s no point! Our new Friday’s Syndicode Digest #49 – Sheperd’s church wishes you strong faith, patience and tons of wisdom!
There’s an assumption that every person tends to exaggerate all the things related to his or her professional activity. Like if someone asks you how long you’re studying Ruby, instead of ‘two weeks’ you will probably reply ‘almost a month’. In order to look more professional. Or if you just have enough work not to distract on 9gag or something similar, you would say that you’re too busy these days and exhausted. Technically, that’s not a lie, but an exaggeration. With no exaggerations, in our today’s digest, you will find very nice longreads, hacks and news will make you more professional! Read Syndicode Digest #44 – Exaggerated exaggerations.
Windows is historically the platform of choice for embedded development. Therefore as Nerves continues to grow, a Windows solution is needed. Today we will tell about Windows solution for Elixir developers.