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Hyperledger Welcomes 10 New Members
Revelry has joined the Hyperledger Project! Gerard Ramos, our CEO, said:“We pride ourselves with staying at the forefront of emerging technologies and recognize that blockchain represents a new wave of innovation."
Better Slacking with Status Emoji – From the Residents
When you work on a remote team like I do, it can be hard to pick up on subtle cues from your coworkers.
Linux Foundation offers free Introduction to Kubernetes class | ZDNet
With Kubernetes gaining popularity quickly as the container orchestration program of choice, sysadmins need to learn all they can about this DevOps program.
Web Development & Coding Bootcamp Scholarship Application | Hack Reactor
Various scholarships to people who demonstrate a commitment to launching their career in software engineering. Check this out!
Error Handling in React 16 - React Blog
The fallacies of web application performance
Web application performance has always been a hot topic, especially in regards to the role frameworks play in it.
Custom Aggregates in PostgreSQL
Finding the greatest running total is a great exercise with which to explore some of the lesser known features of PostgreSQL such as window functions, custom aggregates, and C functions.
THE REVELRY BLOG
Customer Happiness is Key to Account Manager Role for Natalia Weil
Natalia Weil is Revelry's Account Manager, in charge of customer happiness for our clients while the team focuses on delivering custom software solutions.
How To Avoid Making Giant Pull Requests
Making smaller pull requests improves the code quality process by helping a reviewer find more bugs, better manage risk, and give specific feedback.
"Air Canada, go around."That was the explicit, yet calm, instruction from the air traffic controller at SFO earlier this month as an Air Canada pilot nearly landed on a busy taxiway."Air Canada, go around."Our projects can sometimes veer off-course. This is a reminder that calm re-direction is needed from the talented folks who keep our planes in the air - and on the right section of pavement."Looks like you were lined up for Charlie there," the controller adds after the successful go-around. Project retros can be simple and calm, too.Hats off to all the people who keep our projects - and our vacations - safe and sound. We think your friends would love Coding Creativity.Show you care - creativity should be shared!
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