THOUGHTS, STORIES AND IDEAS
on Cloud Computing, Web and Mobile
Introduction Only tested code is worth something. With a code coverage report you can see what code is tested and what is not. That is essential to ensure the functionality of the code, also towards customers. In addition, there are also many benefits for you and your team. For example, you have a growing codebase […]
Vectorization, or Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD), is the art of performing the same operation simultaneously on a small block of different pieces of data. While many compilers do support some kind of auto-vectorization, it’s often fragile and even seemingly unrelated code changes can lead to performance regressions. SIMD code written by hand is difficult […]
In a previous blogpost, we explored a concept and mindset of how to build bridges between systems (and teams) in agile development environments. The proposed way has its pros and cons but is a convenient way for smooth and rapid PoC and MVP development. However, just mocking something locally (on your own machine), is not […]
Building bridges is hard In a world where everybody builds distributed system (in a small scale: for microservice-based systems; in a larger scale for a global market) and time to market is a key success factor, we face the challenges of parallel development and synchronization across teams and products. While agile frameworks like SCRUM address […]
R is a powerfull tool for data scientists but a huge pain for software developers and system administrators. It’s hard to automate and integrate into other systems. That’s because it was developed mostly in academic environments for adhoc analytics instead of IT departments for business processes. As every meal gets better if you gratinate it […]
As software engineers in fast-paced projects we risk getting overwhelmed by huge workloads and deadlines. Usually, the work is fun and that is why we can cope with it over longer periods, but we need moments to breath and think about other things. I do not want to talk about general work-life balance here. I […]
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