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Meaningful web service /health checks

About 10 years ago, I deployed my first web service. It was a nice, silly PHP application to store game cheat sheets. Interestingly, what made me really proud about it was the fact that I was able to release new versions with a single command, with a weird mix of git hooks and rsync-powered bash scripts.

When I think about the massive transformation that our field has undergone in the last few…

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Lorenzo Arribas

Lorenzo Arribas

Staff Software Engineer at Glovo. I specialize in event-driven architectures and Machine Learning Operations. My website is https://larribas.me

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