Adding the (obvious) missing feature to Github Template Repositories
Get better use out of Github Template Repositories by introducing your own templating mechanism. Using a combination of gomplate,
bash can get you there pretty easily. This article demonstrates an example of how it's done.
Last year, Github added a new feature called Template Repositories. . . .
Let me start by saying, node-rdkafka is a godsend. When we first started using it, the library was the only one fully compatible with the latest version of Kafka and the SSL and SASL features. I owe webmakersteve and other contributors all a six-pack of beer for making this possible (thank you!!!!).
With that said, I guarantee you . . .
Sync Functions can dramatically slow down your app and they are almost never necessary.
Most synchronous methods in Node.js (
readFileSync, etc.) have asynchronous alternatives (via callback). Using
util.promisify can easily make these methods
async/await compatible. Using the
Promise-based equivalents can greatly speed up your application. In fact, I'd argue there's never a need for the . . .
Talk given at Fullstack Talks (NC San Diego) - 02/2o/2020
This information has been updated since the talk (mostly extra info added, some grammar/spelling errors corrected).
Who am I?
- Principal Software Engineer at Peachjar
- 3/4 Stack Developer (or Pear-shaped Developer)
- Former Marine Corps Meteorologist
- . . .
Postgres Advisory Locks are a great solution for arbitrary application locks, particularly in scenarios where you are already using Postgres and have a need to block concurrent mutations to a resource (that resource DOES NOT have to be data in Postgres).
Concurrency is hard
We ran into a problem . . .
TL;DR - TypeScript Client Gist: https://gist.github.com/rclayton-the-terrible/493cd0811542ff9693ac02746517ba71
If you are not familiar with WebSequenceDiagrams, it's an excellent tool for creating sequence diagrams for planning software flows. If you are not familiar with sequence diagrams, a quick Google search will . . .
React w/out Redux, Kubernetes Node Draining, and Customizing DataDog
Hey friends, welcome back to WMMH! It's about a month since my last post -- my sincere apologies; work and vacation have sapped my free time. Fortunately, the extra time has given me more things to be happy about!
Over the last couple of weeks, I have been working on various projects up and down the stack. This work included . . .