I’ve made my share of mistakes using Git. This is an easy trick I learned that saved my butt when I would otherwise have lost a bunch of progress after an incorrect Git action.
Posts by Casper Rooker
In this blog post, I want to clear up some fuzziness that seems to surround Reactive Streams. It is all too easy to defeat the goals that can be achieved with Reactive Streams, especially where the application is part of an environment with both synchronous and asynchronous inputs and outputs.
I use a local Kubernetes cluster to help me develop microservices. On my 2015 Macbook Pro, the cluster ran inside a Minikube VM using the Hyperkit driver. Replicating this setup on my new 2021 Macbook Pro proved impractical. This is how I made it work.
Locally deployed clusters can be a convenient part of a modern software development cycle, reducing feedback loops and give a developer a useful representation of the live version of an app, even if it’s just a stub. Unfortunately, they have a reputation for eating up your precious resources like they’re mashed taters. Since this year working from a home office has become the norm for many developers around the world. Enter the home desktop to "share the load" with our brave little work laptop. We will form a fellowship with our loyal home desktop, to help us through this new and uncertain adventure. Keep reading to find out how we can take off and escape this "Mount Doom" scenario!