Thank you for the feedback! I would love to make sure future readers don’t get the same pain of looking at an example that doesn’t work as expected, so could you please elaborate a bit more on what exactly wasn’t working when you tried it out? I’ll gladly fix it. Assuming you referring to the codepen example.
I think building locally can very easily become a problem when developers are working on different machines. The philosophy that got me hooked to docker was the idea that you solve the problem once and deploy multiple times. Keep in mind it’s very likely that things will run locally but will not run in docker.
Great article. I do think the word embarrassment is a rather negative connotation. Would correction not be a better fit in this context? As I believe one can be corrected and it may be publicly but it doesn’t necessarily have to be embarrassing. I think correction is needed. I don’t believe one has to be embarrassed to learn
Great article! Correct me if I’m wrong but this is a tightly coupled microservice architecture you have implemented not? e.g.Every Microservice has to know every other microservice in the ecosystem. Do you have any examples where communication occurs through some sort of central messaging bus like RabbitMQ or bull job manager?
Great article! I completely agree. I myself have sometimes been guilty of comparing the two but I have come to realize both excel in their own lanes.
I also think you are on to something when you say the Black Friday songs showed the two could only really combine when on two separate tracks which could be the direction of the joint album (if one exists)?!
Apparently no one else cares that Anderson .Paak was snubbed! I’m glad I’ve come across another sane person (yes this is personal) who understands Malibu is clearly one of the best albums of the year if not a classic.