Our Engineering team, apprentices, Front-End Developers, and Designers share insights on the development process
6 Reasons PHP is a Mutant Toolbox
“Imagine you have a toolbox. A set of tools, looks okay, standard stuff in there. You pull out a screwdriver, you see it’s one…
3 Approaches to Solving the New Year Chaos Logic Problem
Software engineer, Jonathan Walters, breaks down three approaches he took to solve the New Year Chaos logic problem from HackerRank.
Common Code Review Pitfalls for Managers and How to Deal with Them
Learn how to avoid common code review pitfalls that engineering managers face.
Hone your team’s code reviews at the Git Pull Request level.
Getting Started with Image Formats for Web
What are the best image formats for web? Saving an optimized file in an appropriate format can have a big impact on website speed.
A Simple Leader Election Solution for Kubeadm in an AWS Auto Scaling Group
At Revelry, we use kubeadm to build our Kubernetes clusters. Here’s the four-step process we used to setup and test kubeadm in an AWS ASG.
My Favorite Functions and Patterns: Function Clauses in Elixir
How We Use GitOps with Kubernetes Featuring Helm and Secrets
Since the implementation team is already using GitHub on a daily basis to track work and deploy code to our project repositories, our Cluster Ops team has adopted the GitOps philosophy. Having a centralized place for all of our configuration and the ability to view all deployments in a friendly, comfortable environment makes Kubernetes more accessible to the rest of the team.
Elixir Releases: Moving Quickly Past Elixir 1.8 and Distillery 2.0
Elixir 1.9 has been released with built-in support for releases, a need that was previously served (and continues to be) by the Distillery package.
8 Super Simple Steps to Launch an App with Kubernetes API
Anything you can do from the Kubernetes command-line interface (kubectl), you can do through the Kubernetes API. Here’s how to build an app in 8 steps.
What makes GraphQL better than (the) REST?
What is GraphQL? The Graph Query Language is an API specification created by Facebook that provides an efficient, declarative and flexible alternative to REST.