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Software Engineering

Building Amazing Voice UIs


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By Dustin Coates

Working with Dijkstra’s Algorithm


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By Aditya Y. Bhargava

Build Microservices the Smart Way



By John Carnell

Introducing Replication Controllers in Kubernetes

From Kubernetes in Action by Marko Lukša

This article discusses replication controllers: what they are and what Kubernetes uses them to do.

Designing APIs: communicating with your developers

From Irresistible APIs by Kirsten L. Hunter

In general, companies and organizations want to keep their vision and strategy close to the chest. Revealing this sort of information outside of your development organization feels like a vulnerable choice, but it is critical for a new platform, or an existing platform, to provide as much context around the API program as possible. I’m not talking here about reference documentation, tutorials, and example code. For this high level communication I’m talking about things like the overall vision, business values, and metrics.

Three Team Phases of Leadership

By Roy Osherove

In this article, excerpted from Elastic Leadership, you’ll get an introduction to three team phases and the leadership types that make the most sense for each.

The TakeUntil (by observable) Operator: discard any items emitted by an Observable after a second Observable emits an item or terminates

From Rx.NET in Action
The TakeUntil (by observable) operator - discard any items emitted by an Observable after a second Observable emits an item or terminates

The Take Operator: emit only the first “n” items emitted by an Observable

From Rx.NET in Action

The Take operator - emit only the first n items emitted by an Observable

The SkipUntil (by observable) Operator: discard items emitted by an Observable until a second Observable emits an item

From Rx.NET in Action
The SKipUntil (by observable) operator – discard items emitted by an Observable until a second Observable emits an item

Idris: An introduction to types and functions

By Edwin Brady

In this article,excerpted from Type-Driven Development from Idris, I will introduce you to some standard basic types and functions for working with numbers of various forms, characters and strings.

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