Why would you build an open source FTP server in Rust?
Why build an open-source FTP server in Rust?
Sometimes, I must admit I’m a little dazzled by all the languages, frameworks and stuff our engineers work with. So, when our guest of today explained to me some of the intriguing...
Empowering autonomous experimentation in a scaling enterprise
Like living organisms, companies need to learn and adapt to an ever-changing ecosystem. As a result of that, we are witnessing a paradigm shift in which domain experts are originating important innovations. They are product managers, engineers, analysts,...
Turning rusty tech into Rust ~ When you need to FTP but don’t want to
I believe that FTP is due for a makeover because it's so ancient that few companies want to host it, yet so many customers still want to use it. That's why fellow techies and I embarked on two open-source...
How to: validate your app's metrics on a local Grafana instance
Monitoring your infrastructure is key for keeping production workloads healthy and to debug issues when things are going bad. And like Peter Drucker once said: “if you can measure, you can manage”. At bol.
In the bol. com Tech Community, we get quite some questions on how we build a great engineering culture. Mid-March 2021 the hosts of our podcast joined the Hackages podcast which was live recorded with almost 100 attendees.
Know what you deploy - a script using git log for listing all features that go live
For me, even after having pushed the deploy button many times, deploying to production keeps being dreadful. Accidentally pushing an unwanted feature that sneaked in somehow is one of the many things I am afraid of. In this...
In this blog, we show you how to automatically scale your application resources according to either the CPU consumption or to the incoming load of your application.
As humans, we are capable of adapting to variable inputs and situations. Some of us are slower, whereas others easily adapt to change.