What’s your cycle time? If you can’t answer it, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many engineering leaders couldn’t tell you without some significant number-crunching. Gaining visibility into performance is only half the battle though. Knowing how to interpret metrics and how to apply them to improving performance is where the […]

We look at Rackspace’s finances, a Facebook code change causes numerous app issues and electric vehicle company Rivian raises $2.5 billion. Here’s your Daily Crunch for July 10, 2020. The big story: Rackspace is going public again The cloud computing company first went public in 2008, before accepting a $4.3 […]

Introduction Software to be build is to compare data from independent satellite systems.  As fighter jets traverse airspace, each system determines its identity, recording the name of the jet type or an equivalent letter or number abbreviation. For data collected over time, the simulation software must ascertain whether systems agree […]

What Is the Cost of a Data Breach? As per the 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report by Ponemon Institute, sponsored by IBM Security the average total cost of a data breach is USD 3.9 million and it can go as high as USD 8.19 million.  The average size […]

Over the years, Node.js has become the go-to technology for building scalable web applications. It has gained enormous popularity amongst developers due to the many significant benefits it offers. With the support of an enthusiastic community, node.js is standing firm with a 51.9% stake as the most popular web framework, according to […]

I picked up the new Raspberry Pi High Quality camera last week. It’s pretty impressive. In this article, I’ll show you some ways to interact with this camera and do some cool stuff with it. This is my current setup for this article. I built little stage with Mario, and […]

Micronaut is an open-source, JVM-based framework for building full-stack, modular, easily testable microservice and serverless applications. Unlike reflection-based IoC frameworks that load and cache reflection data for every single field, method, and constructor in your code, with Micronaut, your application startup time and memory consumption are not bound to the […]

Joke The story ages to the time of dinosaurs. The gigantic reptiles that flourish on Earth millions of years ago. After completing their time, they extinct. As Justin Timberlake said, “what goes around, Comes back around”. The same happens to dinosaurs, in this digital age they return with a slang […]

Deno.js is a new backend language based on the javascript framework. Deno is a simple, modern, and secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that uses V8 and is built in Rust. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to develop a complete CRUD web application using Deno js (Oak as a […]

Hey, ya’ll. I’m experimenting with a bi-weekly roundup that looks at the state of labor in tech. We’ll use this space to explore topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion, the future of work, issues relating to pay equality, notable personnel changes and much more. This week, we’re looking at […]

If you’re an angel who invested in a startup that was meant to go public in 2014, you might be getting a little bit impatient. High-risk, high-reward investing has lost its shine in this environment: the stock market is a mess these days, and you want your cash back. Enter […]

China’s Ministry of Public Security, responsible for the country’s police organizations, said Wenzhou authorities arrested 10 people suspected of operating a fraudulent scheme. Apparently, multiple people were scammed using blockchain smart contracts to generate fake cryptocurrencies. Chinese authorities confiscated multiple cryptocurrency units such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether, worth approximately […]

After going private in 2016 after accepting a $32 per share, or $4.3 billion, price from Apollo Global Management, Rackspace is looking once again to the public markets. First going public in 2008, Rackspace is taking second aim at a public offering around 12 years after its initial debut. The […]

In the previous post, I showed how we used MongoDB replication to solve several problems we were facing. Replication got to be a part of a bigger migration which brought stability, fault-tolerance, and performance to our systems. In this post, we will dive into the practical preparation of that migration.

Enterprise IT organizations need to continuously roll out innovative new features into their platform-as-a-service offering with just the right features to achieve faster time to market with no defects and low cost.  DevOps is an approach that helps you achieve speed and quality by enabling collaboration between lines of business, […]

Red Hat Open Shift Red Hat Open Shift offers a consistent hybrid-cloud foundation for building and scaling containerized applications. Open Shift provides an enterprise-grade, container-based platform with no vendor lock-in. Red Hat was one of the first companies to work with Google on Kubernetes, even before launch, and has become […]