CarePet Tutorial: An Example IoT Use Case with Go and ScyllaDB

To help people get started with ScyllaDB NoSQL, we published CarePet: a project that demonstrates a generic Internet of Things (IoT) use case. The application is written in Go and allows tracking of pets’ health indicators. It consists of three parts: A collar that reads and pushes sensors data A web app for reading and … Read more

Flex for J2EE Developers: The Case for Granite Data Services

For developers having worked on J2EE web applications for many years, getting into Flex will seem both very fun and familiar of the simplicity and power of ActionScript and the UI framework, and quite tedious and frustrating when it comes to developing the core application logic and the server integration. In some ways, developing Flex … Read more

Understanding a Use Case of Fuzzing in Go | by Cheikh seck | Aug, 2022

Fuzzing in action Photo by Tim Hüfner on Unsplash “Fuzz testing is a novel way to discover security vulnerabilities or bugs in software applications.” The concept of fuzzing was introduced in 1988, when Prof. Barton Miller and his students discovered that an OS “would routinely crash when pinged by random unexpected inputs.” Fuzz tests generate … Read more

Initial Results of the Intel and Aible Benchmark and Case Studies Report Released

Earlier this year, Aible, the only enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) solution that guarantees impact in one month, announced the initial results of the Intel and Aible Benchmark Study, a collaboration that is helping enterprises fast-track benefits from advanced analytics and AI, while also evaluating server vs. serverless architecture. According to MIT-BCG, only “a mere 10% … Read more

reactjs – switch case in useReducer is being called incorrectly

I am creating an app and using useContext+useReducer to manage my state. There is a functionality where I let user create a project and then append this project to projects array state and navigate user to the next screen where he can add more details about the project. I do this using the useNavigate hook … Read more

An Interesting Case for Using a Custom RxJs Operator | by Enrico Piccinin | Jun, 2022

The RxJs library comes with a rich set of operators, which are able to address most of the cases we have to address when dealing with observable streams. There are still though situations when the possibility to build new custom operators can come in handy. Let’s look at one particular case inspired by a question … Read more

The Case Against Glorifying Developers for Wrong Reasons | by Manvik Kathuria | Jun, 2022

Recognition of software teams and individuals needs a serious rethink Photo by Brands&People on Unsplash It was a sunny Friday evening, and I was busy doing the admin chores of backlog and sprint planning. Then came a slack notification that read something like this. “Shoutout to Xyz Abc for fixing the defect and rolling out … Read more

webpack – Netlify – Are deployment files case sensitive?

I’ve been working on a storybook and it works locally and on a dev server but when I deploy to Netlify – I get the following: 10:16:05 AM: ERR! ModuleNotFoundError: Module not found: Error: Can’t resolve ‘react-bootstrap’ in ‘/opt/build/repo/src/Components’ ERR! at /opt/build/repo/node_modules/webpack/lib/Compilation.js:925:10 10:16:05 AM: ERR! at /opt/build/repo/node_modules/webpack/lib/NormalModuleFactory.js:401:22 10:16:05 AM: ERR! at /opt/build/repo/node_modules/webpack/lib/NormalModuleFactory.js:130:21 10:16:05 AM: ERR! … Read more

How We Benefited From Webhooks in a Specific Use Case Scenario | by Lucas Pereyra | Jun, 2022

A quick webhook use case to address an architectural issue Photo by milan degraeve on Unsplash Last week, I’ve been facing a challenging scenario that had certain complex implications for the current architecture we have, thus making me work under many restrictions. Here’s my attempt to describe it in a clear manner, and to show … Read more

A Case for Databases on Kubernetes from a Former Skeptic

Kubernetes is everywhere. Transactional apps, video streaming services, and machine learning workloads are finding a home on this ever-growing platform. But what about databases? If you had asked me this question five years ago, the answer would have been a resounding”No!” — based on my experience in development and operations. In the following years, as … Read more