A quick look at two Microservice Frameworks for Java.
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This is quick command line tip to view upcoming calendar events in a compact form on the command line, with a single command.
This post will take a quick look at views, stored procedures, and check constraints. What are they and what are their use cases? This post is specific to PostgreSQL.
Remote workers rely on technologies to help stay connected with teammates, communicate as richly as possible, work on the right tasks and stay motivated.
This post was written in February 2017 and I’m just getting around to posting it now in September of 2018. These technologies are not new or flashy but they are proven and have a lot of documentation and tooling support....
Foreign key constraints enforce that a referenced “thing” exists.
This is a hacked together bash function, taking advantage of icalBuddy and Zoom URLs in calendar invitations, making it a bit easier to join meetings.
For a recent project I had the opportunity to research how we might encrypt a few pieces of data, with a shared key and initial value, and I put together the following notes. This is mostly re-hashing the OpenSSL:Cipher documentation...
These are some of the software development patterns that have emerged from how I work, where taking certain actions tend to lead to the best outcomes, in the shortest amount of time. Please share any questions or concerns and thanks...
GraphQL is a technology from Facebook, in use since 2012, that is an alternative to REST APIs, providing the ability to both query data and transport it from a server to a client.