Apple releases iOS 16 beta 6 to registered developers, here’s what’s new

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. This year, the iPhone got a lot of attention — particularly when it comes to its Lock Screen. Gone are the days of all iPhone Lock Screens looking like tweaked iterations of themselves. Users can now change the font, add … Read more

What’s the Go programming language (Golang) really good for?

During its decade-plus years in the wild, Google’s Go language, aka Golang—with version 1.18 out as of March 2022—has evolved from being a curiosity for alpha geeks to being the battle-tested programming language behind some of the world’s most important cloud-centric projects. Why was Go chosen by the developers of such projects as Docker and … Read more

SRE: From Theory to Practice: What’s Difficult About Tech Debt?

In episode 3 of “From Theory to Practice,” Blameless’s Matt Davis and Kurt Andersen were joined by Liz Fong-Jones of Honeycomb.io and Jean Clermont of Flatiron to discuss two words dreaded by every engineer: technical debt. So what is technical debt? Even if you haven’t heard the term, I’m sure you’ve experienced it: parts of … Read more

Apple releases iOS 16 beta 5 to registered developers, here’s what’s new

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. This year, the iPhone got a lot of attention — particularly when it comes to its Lock Screen. Gone are the days of all iPhone Lock Screens looking like tweaked iterations of themselves. Users can now change the font, add … Read more

What’s New From July 2022 – Real Python

In July 2022Python reached for the stars, playing a key role in processing data from the James Webb Space Telescope. After two years of virtual conferences, EuroPython 2022 took place in Dublin, Ireland. Anaconda celebrated its tenth birthday, and Flask achieved a major milestone on GitHub. Two new pre-release versions of Python 3.11 were released, … Read more

SRE: From Theory to Practice: What’s Difficult About Incident Command?

A few weeks ago, we released episode two of our ongoing webinar series, “SRE: From Theory to Practice.” In this series, we break down a challenge facing SREs through an open and honest discussion. Our topic this episode was “What’s difficult about the incident command?” When things go wrong, who is in charge? And what … Read more

So, What’s the Deal With Micro-Frontends? | by Andrew Bestbier | Aug, 2022

A coarse-grained view of micro-frontends and their trade-offs In software engineering, one of the most important technical decisions you can make is the method of partitioning a project’s architecture. The consequences of this decision cascade, so you must get this right! Unfortunately, there is no silver bullet solution as the correct decision depends on your … Read more

What’s upgraded on Amazon’s popular tablet?

The Fire 7 is Amazon’s best-selling tablet. It doesn’t have high-end specs or an exquisite design, and most certainly does not aim to compete against the best iPads or the best Android tablets. But thanks to its dirt-cheap price, it has remained a highly popular option among budget-conscious buyers. It’s the perfect option for anyone … Read more

What’s AWS Well-Architected Framework? | by Jakub Kapuscik | Jul, 2022

How to balance your software architecture? Photo by Christophe Hautier on Unsplash The software architecture is a set of significant decisions that have been taken. Designing a good and long-living software that you would be happy to work with is a complex and hard task. Very very hard. We have to make tough trade-offs while … Read more

SRE: From Theory to Practice: What’s Difficult About On-call?

We wanted to tackle one of the major challenges facing organizations: on-call. “SRE: From Theory to Practice – What’s Difficult About On-call” sees Blameless engineers Kurt Andersen and Matt Davis joined by Yvonne Lam, staff software engineer at Kong, and Charles Cary, CEO of Shoreline, for a fireside chat about everything on- call. As software … Read more