It's a Profession.
Warning - this is a rant about those 10-20% of software professionals that give the rest of our community a bad name.
One of my biggest annoyances in technical management is the 9-to-5 Software Engineer. A 9-to-5 Software Engineer (or developer) is someone who views their position simply as a way to pay bills. For them, there's little to . . .
Building a classic 3-tier web application controller in Golang.
This is a compilation of things I've had to piece together from blog posts, example projects, and experimentation. I hope it saves you a bunch of time.
Build a simple Revel controller that performs CRUD operations against a MySQL database.
- Use RESTful Paths.
- Use JSON request bodies and responses.
- Use Revel Validation.
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Update July 19, 2014:
The default MySQL Server package in the CentOS repo is ridiculously old (5.1 - MyIASM is the default storage engine). If you need the newest version of MySQL, there is an RPM for the Oracle YUM Repo which will provide you the latest packages. I can't provide you that here because you have to accept Oracles Terms of . . .
Please avoid our mistakes!
Microservices are the new fad in software architecture, and while I think they are generally the correct philosophy to take with service design and composition, the pattern can certainly lead you quickly into trouble. If you don't know what Microservices are, I recommend reading the article written by Jame Lewis and Martin Fowler on the . . .
Let me save you three hours of annoyance.
Over the last two weeks, I've been building a RESTful backend in MarkLogic (ML) using the Roxy framework. If you're unfamiliar with MarkLogic, it's a pretty excellent XML database, search engine, and application host (where the app is written in xQuery). That's an extraordinary complement because I generally prefer JSON or . . .
AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 4
This is the 4th and final discussion of Communicating Between Controllers in AngularJS. In the previous three posts, I discussed using nested state, PubSub, and the router as mediums for passing state between controllers. In this post, I will discuss perhaps the most obvious (but least thought of in Angular); using an independent service . . .
AngularJS - Communicating Between Controllers - Part 3
Another, often overlooked mechanism, is the URL.
I'm going to assume you already understand the concept of URL routing in an client side application. If you don't, I suggest you do some precursor research on the web . . .