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Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With — Nick Janetakis
Let's talk about when it might be a good or bad idea to start using microservices. SPOILER ALERT: it's not the same for every project.
microservices  #CFD4  @LightStepHQ  @NickJanetakis  architecture  bestpractices  business  deferreddecision  IFTTT  programming 
october 2018 by otlib
Web Architecture 101 – VideoBlocks Product & Engineering
The above diagram is a fairly good representation of our architecture at Storyblocks. If you’re not an experienced web developer, you’ll likely find it complicated. The walk through below should make…
(popular  web  programming  architecture  webdev  101  arc  backend  bookmarks)  dev 
july 2018 by otlib
Maintanable CSS architecture (how I stopped worrying and learned to love the BEM) | tckidd
CSS is hard! It is hard because CSS is easy. It reads like a paradox but bear with me. CSS is relatively easy to learn, at least compared to learning programmable languages. Majority of the styling rules are clear and easy to grasp. From my experience, teaching someone from zero to reasonably-understands-CSS-and-can-style-a-web-page takes roughly a…
css  architecture  html  webdev  layout 
february 2018 by otlib
Jessie Frazelle's Blog: Windows for Linux Nerds
A guide describing what I learned about Windows and the Windows kernel in my first week at Microsoft.
linux  windows  wsl  architecture  IFTTT  setup  automation  Instapaper  jessfraz  Pocket 
september 2017 by otlib
An Alternative Approach to Rate Limiting – Figma Design – Medium
A few weeks ago at Figma, we experienced our first-ever spam attack. This proved the value of Figma’s rate limiter and finally put a stop to the longstanding joke that I had built it in vain. During…
redis  api  programming  architecture  algorithms  throttling  IFTTT  ratelimit  Pocket  rate  spam 
april 2017 by otlib
John Carmack on Inlined Code
(Here begins a comment written by John Carmack in 2014, about an email he sent to a programmers’ mailing list in 2007.)
programming  article  codequality  code  architecture  dev  english  fp  gumption  lang 
july 2016 by otlib
Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks
User interfaces have used the MVC pattern for decades, yet it hasn't kept pace with the demands of modern applications. To meet new demands and to speed up development, Jean-Jacques Dubray introduces a new pattern: State-Action-Model (SAM). SAM is a reactive, functional pattern that strives to simplify the interaction between the data model and the view.
programming  mvc  architecture  javascript  patterns  reactjs  IFTTT  frameworks  Pocket  react 
february 2016 by otlib
A poetic vision of Paris’ crumbling suburban high rises - The Washington Post
Living among deteriorating buildings of failed experiments to expand housing in the suburbs are the seniors who first lived there.
washingtonpost  france  buildings  architecture  photography 
october 2015 by otlib
| Making stuff from scratch in the wild
Making stuff from scratch in the wild (by PrimitiveTechnology)
technology  survival  IFTTT  primitive  architecture  blogs  camping  ceramic  filme  Instapaper 
september 2015 by otlib
Where the Real Skyscrapers Are (Hint: North Dakota) — re:form — Medium
The tallest structures in the world are not designed by starchitects, and you’ve likely never seen them
engineering  feedly  general  tv  architecture  infrastructure  kineartefacts  kineweekly  personal_net  radio 
march 2015 by otlib
The Rust Programming Language
A systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents almost all crashes, and eliminates data races.
programming  rust  language  concurrency  development  программирование  languages  functional  programminglanguage  architecture 
september 2014 by otlib
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