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You remember the old philosophical question? “Which came first the chicken or the egg?” Some people may ask which came first, the concept of a three-tier architecture, or the concept of full-stack development? The great thing is, they are complimentary. Always think … Continue reading
Do you work on a project where the tasks of building, testing and deploying code are all done manually? Why is that? From my experience, the reason teams don’t automate is typically because they either lack incentive, or they lack … Continue reading
This is a multi-part post that drills into one of the three pillars of Node.js cloud enterprise development. Let’s review what I consider the three pillars to be. The first pillar is that you have quality code that is being … Continue reading
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Part two of the series looked at what AWS and Azure each offer as basic capabilities for telemetry viewing and alerting. You should know that there are also offerings from independent companies in the area of Application Performance Monitoring (APM). … Continue reading
In some posts I have written about Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. For that adventure, we decided to go all out and really look into how a professional tool would work for an enterprise. We even singled out Atlassian Bamboo … Continue reading
Let’s jump right in and take a look at a complete set of Gulp tasks that can be used to verify your local code before you would push it to a GitHub repository for integration testing and deployment.
The reality today is that companies are completely dependent on their IT infrastructure. Take that down and the business grinds to a halt. IT infrastructure is running the internal ERP as well as external customer interfacing applications. It does not … Continue reading