Organised by Nimbella and promoted by several members of the Apache OpenWhisk community, FaaS Wars is a programming competition that allows participants to learn how to use 'serverless' in a fun way. Competitors strive against each other for cash … Read more
The Backend Developer is a programmer who creates the logical back-end and core computational logic of a website, software or information system. The main activities usually concern the three functional aspects of the back-end:
Hibernate. It is also able to work on more structured languages such as Ruby and Python.
Database Designing: a Back-end Developer has expertise in database management such as Oracle, MySQL or MongoDB.
Web Tool: is essential to be familiar with SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and REST (Representational State Transfer) for integration with different infrastructures.
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Postman is a collaboration platform for API development. They recently released the results of its 2020 Postman State of the API Report. The annual report, the largest and most comprehensive survey of the API industry, surveyed more than 13,500 API … Read more
Originally released in 2014, Kubernetes has become a leading containerization service, especially for organizations expanding on-premise operations into the cloud. Portable, open-source, and extensible, Kubernetes provides for a simplified deployment … Read more
Casavo began as a real-estate instant buyer and has already leveraged the traction gained through this service to become a technological leader in the real estate sphere, building a tech-offer for all actors involved in a real estate transaction. The … Read more
Load testing is a crucial task for any developer who work on backend services. At Codemotion, we are always interested in providing values for all developers, and that's one of the reasons why the Spanish edition of the Codemotion Online Tech … Read more
In this SQL technology guide, we explore how to spot and resolve Index Fragmentation in SQL Server. As administrators will know, identification of Index fragmentation and maintenance of the same are crucial elements in database maintenance. MS SQL … Read more
At their core, microservices are a response to the monolithic applications of yesteryear. Rather than designing apps as one massive entity that is so interconnected there is no such thing as a small problem anymore, microservices instead break even … Read more
Software-defined networking (SDN) is a method of decoupling the software and algorithms that define the networking control plane from the underlying hardware that manages the forwarding plane. SDN provides the industry methods to build, scale, and … Read more
Being a professional developer certainly demands abstraction, passion and creative skills. As artisans, we create ad-hoc products hypothetically usable by people all over the world, whether that is a web product or a company's internal software. … Read more
In the ten years since its first appearance, DevOps has increasingly become a crucial approach for the efficient management of software lifecycles. The term is a contraction of "Developer Operations" or alternatively "Development Operations". … Read more
The idea of leaving a safe job and a fixed salary is probably one of the scariest possibilities any kind of worker can face. The guarantee of a reliable income at the end of the month offers a security which can help you to put down roots that may … Read more
Community Management for DevelopersDownload our latest eBook to learn how to build a thriving coding community with no prior experience. We had Codemotion's own community managers and some of our members list down the essential skills, practices and … Read more
If one wanted to define Nomad (created by HashiCorp), it could be described as a scheduler, but in truth, Nomad is more than that. In this article, we introduce Nomad and try to show how it can be used to simplify the life-cycle management of any … Read more
Writing code and work as a software developer is a job that you can either do from inside a company or outside it, by becoming a consultant. In this article we'll outline pros and cons of both the choices. What is a developer? A developer is a … Read more
It should be clear to everyone by now that automating code testing is not a whim, a habit of some programmers, nor an optional activity. It is a necessity that helps you to be confident that your code does what it should, and allows you to change it … Read more
Technology evolves fast, and every successful new iteration changes industries. New technology cross-pollinates opportunities across different sectors, workplaces, creates new business models and expands customer audiences. Take a look at the … Read more
Table Of Contents#01 Always keep learning#02 Embrace failure (and learn from it)#03 Learn to deal with your harshest critics#04 Learn to ask for constructive criticism#05 Increase the quality of your code#06 Read lots of code#07 Manage your … Read more
From Hoverfly to Lyft Envoy, there are a number of tools available for troubleshooting and debugging microservices. But even with tools in hand, debugging microservices can be a challenge. With so many layers of potential abstraction and complexity, … Read more
Table Of ContentsProgramming language communities Software Developers in 2020: contributing to open-sourceDevOps Participants and Adoption by DevelopersWhere do machine learning developers run their code in 2020?Augmented Reality (AR) and … Read more
Infrastructure as Code Infrastructure as Code (IaC) uses a high-level descriptive coding language to automate the provisioning of IT infrastructure. This automation eliminates the need for developers to manually provision and manage servers, … Read more