A DotNet developer’s view about Technology Radar V26

As a new Technology Radar release with a bunch of interesting techs, a few drew my attention. Techniques Single team remote wallThis can be useful in a remote team. Documentation quadrantsDocumentation can be one of these. Tutorials, Discussions, How-To Guides, or References. And more tips on documentation. Rethinking remote standupsThe daily stand-up is supposed to… Continue reading A DotNet developer’s view about Technology Radar V26

Technology Radar for dot net devlopers – Volume 24

A few take-aways for dot net developers from Technology Radar volume 24. Sentry: Adopt I use Sentry at work. As it’s so good, we should utilize this further to make the most out of it.   Simplest possible ML : Trial Totally agree. Many problems actually do not require ML. Regex or Regression may be… Continue reading Technology Radar for dot net devlopers – Volume 24

Beyond Microservices in a one page

Problems Clients know too much: Auth, Encryption, etc. Hard to change a microservice -> Don’t know who’s using it. Hard to add a new microservice -> No one may use it. Being political. Responsibility for the failure in a microservice. What happened when a microservice fails. REST is slow Solutions – Useful Architectures API Gateway… Continue reading Beyond Microservices in a one page

Cloud can be productive but is not cheap

For the new project to analyze Edgar document, which is where companies in the US announces their annual report, quarterly report, etc by law. Many investors consider this data as a valuable investment data resource. Challenge Volume: To analyze the Edgar document, the volume is the first challenge. The number of announcements in Edgar is… Continue reading Cloud can be productive but is not cheap