Revelry’s talented engineering team – comprised of front- and back-end developers – offers expertise in a wide range of languages, frameworks, and capabilities. In addition to long-time favorites, like Elixir and Phoenix, they enjoy exploring “what’s new and what’s next,” and then sharing about it.
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Hone your team’s code reviews at the Git Pull Request level.
What are the best image formats for web? Saving an optimized file in an appropriate format can have a big impact on website speed.
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.
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 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.
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 is GraphQL? The Graph Query Language is an API specification created by Facebook that provides an efficient, declarative and flexible alternative to REST.
A while back several Revelers were chatting in Slack about learning and working as a software engineer. Some interesting ideas were being thrown around…
Software engineer and Elixir pro Bryan Joseph explains how to delegate functions to another module with a secret weapon, also knowns as defdelegate.