Geek Reading October 29, 2015


We start our day with an interesting look at software outsourcing from Rackspace announces Carina, their container service powered by Docker Swarm. Another interesting post can be found on Java Code Geeks, where they talk about the process of choosing a data management solution. This one is interesting because it really does look like a mostly unbiased view of when to use various database types.

As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.

Startups, Career and Process Why Software Outsourcing Doesn’t Work … Anymore| Design and Development What is a Tidy Codebase?| Rob Williams Subversion (SVN): One Repository vs Many| DZone Agile Transcending REST and RPC| Java Code Geeks Ceylon: Why you might want to choose Ceylon| Java Code Geeks Where’s the law?| Java Code Geeks Five Lessons from Ten Years of IT Failures| High Scalability Balancing profit and learning during A/B testing| John D. Cook Getting started with Android app and material design: Toolbar and Navigation drawer| Java Code Geeks Firebug & DevTools Integration| Mozilla Hacks Why Go is a poorly designed language| Ilya Kowalewski Evolution of Open Source at Netflix| The Netflix Tech Blog Enterprise Applications Customization with Microservice| Java Code Geeks Concurrency, Performance and Scalability 9.5 Low Latency Decision as a Service Design Patterns| Forter Tech Blog Big Data, Visualization, SQL and NoSQL How to Find the Closest Subset Sum with SQL| Java Code Geeks NoSQL vs. SQL: Choosing a Data Management Solution| Java Code Geeks A Certain Tendency Of The Database Community| Christopher Meiklejohn Infrastructure, Operations and DevOps Announcing Carina by Rackspace| Carina by Rackspace Security, Encryption and Cryptography Sustaining Digital Certificate Security| Google Online Security Blog IaaS, PaaS, Saas and *aas Create metrics, alerts and dashboards based on your Google Cloud logs| Google Cloud Platform Link Collections Double Shot #1574| A Fresh Cup Dew Drop – October 28, 2015 (#2121)| Morning Dew