When moving our PHP applications to Docker it was important to maintain the existing performance standards. VJ talks us through how we ensured our new solution did just that.
With the Limpid Markets platform needing a new technical direction, it was time to do some intense learning by revisiting one of our own digital products, MEMZ, during a full-throttle hack week involving Elm, Elixir and Phoenix.
After one of our user data scripts caused one of our schedulers running on a cron to break, we decided to set up an alarm to tell us when it was happening and also set up a fix to heal itself. This post outlines the steps we took.
Our latest update of interesting things we’re learning & doing in our own time. Includes some growth hacking, cryptography, Responsive Day Out 3 and of course, space.
Eddy outlines how we architected a PHP application to meet heavy demand for the Vote for Policies service.
Eddy shares a simple way to stub out your external AWS dependencies when E2E testing your Symfony2 applications.
Our monthly catch up of what people are working on in their own time and where we share anything interesting we’ve read, seen, or been.