Making your machine learning idea real with AWS

Machine Learning and its applications are getting more popular every day. For many developers, building a machine learning powered application seems like a daunting task- all this learning, data collection, and computing power needed! In reality, it is not as difficult as it sounds- as long as you harness “the power of the Cloud”… Continue reading “Making your machine learning idea real with AWS”

How to learn AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most popular Cloud solution out there. More and more companies are using it every day. It makes development easier, safer, cheaper and better. Since it is becoming an expectation for backend developers to be familiar with AWS (or other Cloud solutions) I compiled here some of the best resources and ideas for learning it. Continue reading “How to learn AWS”

How to easily run Kafka with Docker for Development

Kafka is becoming a popular addition to microservice oriented architectures. Despite its popularity, it may be tricky to run it on your development machine- especially if you run Windows. In this short article, I will show you a simple way to run Kafka locally with Docker. Continue reading “How to easily run Kafka with Docker for Development”

The Phoenix Project – a key to understanding DevOps

Every now and then you read a book that completely changes how you understand something. “The Phoenix Project” (Amazon) changed how I understand DevOps and driving positive transformations in companies. Keep reading to see why I think everyone working in the software industry should read this book. Continue reading “The Phoenix Project – a key to understanding DevOps”

Building services requires building teams

When talking about microservices (or agile development), the idea of self-managed, independent teams often comes up. What is not emphasized enough is how vital this idea is to the successful adoption of such highly decoupled architecture. In this article, I will share my experiences about working with independent teams and being part of them. Continue reading “Building services requires building teams”