Choosing the right programming language for a piece of software is as important as choosing a hammer to knock in a nail, a flat headed screw driver for a flat headed screw and a cross headed screwdriver for cross headed screw.
What do you do when you come across an error message on a web page that doesn’t show up in the server logs?
For starters, you might look a little confused whilst you make sure that you are in fact in the right log file, but then you knuckle down and find out what the issue is and how you can fix it.
It’s no secret. One of the most frustrating things about errors occurring in an application is the process of logging into the server and checking the logs to find whatever might have caused the problem... Lewis and Tom’s latest project aims to solve.
How email works... and why you should care & Fabric: Fast one line consistent deployments across multiple servers.
This one-day tutorial and workshop explores what properties we want from a codebase and, therefore, what we can deduce to be good.
Algorithms are everywhere. Our children are even taught about them at school, but have you ever found yourself wondering what an algorithm actually is? Maybe you’ve thought they’re something used by computers and created by computer programmers, but don’t really know what they are?
You can be pretty sure of what you’re going to get with a Manning ‘In Action’ book and Spring Boot in Action is no exception. It’s clear, friendly while not being over familiar and above all a pleasure to read.
Spring Boot. What it is, how to use it, what it does and the benefits it brings.
There are two main ways to scale computer hardware, vertically and horizontally...