‘Industrial innovation includes the technical, design, manufacturing, management and commercial activities involved in the marketing of a new (or improved) product or the fi rst commercial use of a new (or improved) process or equipment’ –* Chris Freeman (1982) The Economics of Industrial Innovation,2nd edn. Frances Pinter, London.*
- HTTP/2 TECHNOLOGY DEMO
- Polyglot Persistence - Just in case you always use a hammer for everything…
- 5 things every CIO should know about containers - If you almost none-techies wondered about wath the * docker is.
- Classical Inheritance is Obsolete - How to Think in Prototypal OO - I think this is important to know if you do JS
- Offlien first with upup - Looks like something we could use?
‘Innovation is the successful exploitation of new ideas’ Innovation Unit, UK Department of Trade and Industry (2004).
Ideas, Thoughts and process
- Fighting Poverty with Code
- Program Like a Debater: Character, Commitment, Team Work, Hard Work
- Managing your application as a file system
- Guide to Peer code review
- Huge Scale Deployment
- Dino Esposito on CQRS, Messages and Events
- Safari is Not the New IE, But… - …
- How Docker can transform your development teams
- The worst mistake of computer science
‘. . . Innovation does not necessarily imply the commercialization of only a major advance in the technological state of the art (a radical innovation) but it includes also the utilization of even small-scale changes in technological know-how (an improvement or incremental innovation)’ – Roy Rothwell and Paul Gardiner (1985) ‘Invention, innovation, re-innovation and the role of the user’, Technovation, 3, 168.
Software development - Best pratices, Architecture and food for thoughts?
- Moving to Data Services for Microservices
- Divided We Win: an event sourcing / CQRS prospective on write and read models separation. Commands and Events.
- Tests’ Influence on Design
‘Innovation is the specifi c tool of entrepreneurs, the means by which they exploit change as an opportunity for a different business or service. It is capable of being presented as a discipline, capable of being learned, capable of being practised’ *– Peter Drucker (1985), Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Harper & Row, New York. *
- Code Contracts in C#
- LINQPad.CodeAnalysis Is Now Part Of LINQPad
- Integration with Azure Service Bus
- Microservices in C# Part 1,Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
- Cutting Edge - CQRS for the Common Application
- Cutting Edge - CQRS and Message-Based Applications
- Cutting Edge - CQRS and Events: A Powerful Du(o
‘Companies achieve competitive advantage through acts of innovation. They approach innovation in its broadest sense, including both new technologies and new ways of doing things’ - Michael Porter (1990) The Competitive Advantage of Nations. Macmillan, London.
- Angular 1 and Angular 2 integration: the path to seamless upgrade
- Solving the OPTIONS performance issue with single page apps
- PUSHING THE PERFORMANCE LIMITS OF NODE.JS
- Using requestIdleCallback - Great API
- ES6 Spread and Butter in Depth
- The ES6 conundrum
- Automating resource selection with Client Hints
- Shipping a Refactoring & Feature One Tiny Slice at a Time, to Reduce Risk
‘An innovative business is one which lives and breathes ‘outside the box’. It is not just good ideas, it is a combination of good ideas, motivated staff and an instinctive understanding of what your customer wants’ – Richard Branson (1998) DTI Innovation Lecture.
Other Languages ?
Html, CSS, CSS preprocessors and all thing designy
- 23 stats you should know about mobile web performance
- Troubleshoot Slow Website Performance with the Waterfall Chart
- HOW UI BECAME A THING AT DOCKER
- The front-end framework for building experiences for Office 365 - they really mean open source!
- Using the web app manifest to specify a site wide theme colou
- Using the web app manifest to create a solid color loading screen
- Prefetching, preloading, prebrowsing
- Babun - a windows shell you will love - maybe?
- NuGet packages with dependency downloader
- What’s New in Telerik Fiddler 4.6
- New React Developer Tools
Cloud, DevOps and Security.
- Monitoring NGINX
- How security flaws work: The buffer overflow - Great insight! you should read and see this.
- 7 Security Measures to Protect your Servers
- Monitor your AWS account to detect suspicious behavior in real time
- jungle - Simpler AWS management
- In search of performance - how we shaved 200ms off every POST request
- Monolith to MicroServices: Key Architectural Metrics to Watch
- Deploying Flynn Clusters on Azure
- Using CLI to Capture and Deploy VMs
- Introduction to Apache Spark
- Sleppy Puppy
- Demo: Mesos Running a Single Cluster of Linux and Windows Machines
- How We’re Improving and Advancing Kafka at LinkedIn
- Create a Node.js Container image for Windows
- Docker Hosting: 6 Things to Watch Out For
- Docker in the Real World at Yelp - this is not just Sci-Fi
- Docker Compose: Development Environments in a Box for Web Apps
- Building Microservices with Polyglot Persistence Using Spring Cloud and Docker
- Running a Private Docker Registry on EC2 - Shouldn’t we have a repository?
- How to get Docker Toolbox (and Compose) working on Windows 10
- Executable Images - How to Dockerize Your Development Machine
- Docker swarm
- A High Availability Phoenix and A/B Deployment Framework using Docker
- Docker on Windows – Running Windows Server 2016
- Walkthrough: Docker Engine for Windows Server
- The differences between Windows Containers and Hyper-V Containers in Windows Server 2016
- Embrace Docker’s Rise and Don’t Get Fooled Again
- Windows Server Containers are coming whether you like it or not