KotlinConf finally took place again this year – and it was a blast! Our colleague Lukas was on site. Filled with many new insights and the motivation to get to know the Kotlin ecosystem better, he summarizes the workshops and conference talks he attended.
My favorite TypeScript function
Writing clean code is an important part of modern software development. In this article, our colleague Moritz presents his favorite function “pipe” which helps him write clean code in Typescript projects.
GIT and OpenSSH with multiple identities
Having multiple identities on a single computer, e.g.for private or work purposes respectively, can make it uncomfortable to work with Git. Our developer Markus tackled the problem and found a solution that he wants to share with the DEV community to also simplify their recurring Git interactions.
How to identify and implement Artificial Intelligence Business Cases
What makes a business case an artificial intelligence business case? What are the possible barriers to solving such AI cases? And how can they be skillfully circumvented? Morten gets to the bottom of all these questions.
The Spring Conference in Europe: Spring I/O 2022
Spring gilt als eines der bedeutendsten Java-Frameworks und spielt auch bei vielen Senacor-Projekten eine gewichtige Rolle. Daher machte sich eine Gruppe von Entwicklern zur diesjährigen Spring I/O Konferenz in Barcelona auf um sich aus nächster Nähe über die neuesten Entwicklungen und Ankündigungen zu informieren. Lienard fasst ihre Erkenntnisse und Erlebnisse zusammen. Sein Fazit: Eine klare Empfehlung für Konferenzbesuche.
Comparing the Performance of Frameworks for JVM Backend Services
Realizing that an application’s performance doesn’t meet the requirements and expectations causes severe problems. One question that in such cases often arises is: Should we have chosen a different backend framework? Fabian went out to tackle this question by testing several JVM frameworks on their performance capabilities. The candidates: Spring, KTOR, Vert.x, Micronaut and Node.
The Power of CI/CD – Bridging the gap between ETL ecosystems and GitLab
Continuous Integration and Delivery is still a hot topic nowadays, especially in corporate processes. This applies even more so for ETL applications which Christian and Simon did not want to accept anymore and thus took the lead of transforming their ETL deployment steps to better automation. If you want to know how to do this yourself this article is for you!
Creating a serverless thumbnail service with AWS CDK
The recently introduced AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) is a library to define cloud infrastructure using familiar programming languages like Typescript, Java or Python. In this article Lukas builds a simple picture thumbnailing service in AWS using the CDK and TypeScript.
A Short Introduction to Micro-Frontends
Micro Frontends – maybe heard many times before, but it’s still not quite clear what it is and how to implement this approach well? Then learn more in Benedikt’s article.
Introducing Nachricht – a Self-describing Data Interchange Format
Over the last months, I developed and implemented a new binary encoding scheme called “nachricht” to use as a drop-in replacement for JSON. If you are interested in my thought process and reasoning, read on!