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Designing Kubernetes Controllers
There has been some excellent online discussion lately around Kubernetes controllers, highlighted by an excellent Speakerdeck presentation assembled by Tim Hockin. What I’d like to do in this post is explore some of the implications […]
How to make a multi-handled range input
The HTML range input is a great way to allow your users to manipulate a numeric value using their mouse. The range input that is currently provided by browsers only supports a single handle, which […]
Exploring the CloudEvents Landscape
The cloudevents specification provides a standardized way of describing events that is meant to be consistent, accessible, and portable. The idea of the specification is simple; lots of cloud systems and tools produce and consume […]
Understanding Mutual TLS Options in the Public Cloud
When delivering an API over the public internet via a cloud provider, some organizations and frameworks require mutual TLS verification as a part of the interaction for that API. Mutual TLS can be used to […]
Wrapping a GraphQL Service With a REST API
Use Case Background Providing a GraphQL service on top of REST APIs is a typical GraphQL use case (e.g., https://graphql.org/blog/rest-api-graphql-wrapper/). Doing so can dramatically improve efficiency and flexibility, allowing data consumers to request only the data […]
Reflections on Digital Transformation
For software professionals, it is critical to get a broad and diverse perspective on what is happening within our industry. One of the best ways to do this is to listen to technical podcasts that […]
Up to Spec: JavaScript Numeric Separators
Let's take a look at the proposal to add Numeric Separators to the JavaScript specification.
Using Conftest to Validate Configuration Files
Conftest is a utility within the Open Policy Agent ecosystem that helps simplify writing validation tests against configuration files. In a previous blog post, I wrote about using the Open Policy Agent utility directly to […]
Local WordPress Development with Docker
Getting the LAMP stack setup for local development can be difficult. With Docker we can get setup in five minutes. In this post I'll show you how.
Consistent Python environments with Poetry and pre-commit hooks
Clean and Consistent Environments Regardless of the programming language you are working in, it can sometimes be a struggle to maintain a clean codebase and a consistent development environment for all members of your team, […]