For the first time, developers can use GitHub for their private projects with up to three collaborators per repository for free and organizations that want the flexibility to use GitHub in a cloud or self-hosted configuration can now access both at one per-seat price.
So far the benefits have largely only been available to mobile app and backend developers. However, with the release of gRPC-Web, gRPC is poised to become a valuable addition in the toolbox of frontend developers.
The idea behind a monorepo is to store all code in a single version control system (VCS) repository. The alternative is to store code split into many different VCS repositories, usually on a service/application/library basis.
Having a poor developer experience led to: engineers making workarounds to sync their code changes to EC2’s directly bypassing the pipelines. Unit tests barely used as the pipeline took a long time to give feedback and debugging wasn’t easy.
Open source Fluentd has emerged as an open source data collector for massive amounts of log data from often many different sources — in a way that is especially useful for cloud native deployments on Kubernetes.
In this presentation Arianna Willett, Security Risk, Trust & Compliance at Twilio, covers some of the core security concerns from her company's Enterprise Customer Trust Group and how she manages to assuage their fears through better implementation and product design.