Internationalization and localisation in React
It’s funny how we humans use our languages sometimes... Lingua franca means “Frankish language” in Frankish, a language used by tradesmen and diplomats in the Mediterranean region during the Renaissance.
Method level caching
There is a funny word in my native Czech language which I like a lot - “kurvítko” (kur-veet-ko; loose translation: “screwed-up component”). Although colloquial and a bit vulgar, to me it has the same meaning as what would otherwise take me a long time to explain.
System dependencies graph in the overall platform
Thanks to the hype surrounding them, you undoubtedly have already heard about microservices. What is wanted worldwide through this approach is independent deployability and scalability. This can also be achieved through other approaches; see the Uncle Bob article.
The hidden allure of a stand-up meeting
I would be interested in knowing how many programmers are single due to the fact that to approach an unknown person at a party is a completely illogical and ineffective act.
Kafka load balancing with Akka
At leveris, we use modern technologies with a distributed nature. Our applications are designed to scale easily without the need to rewrite or even make a change in the architecture. We use scalable technologies such as Akka and Kafka.
Generating application release notes using SBT
Who likes writing application release notes? The answer to this question is nobody. Why? It is often difficult to find out what changes have been made in an app since the last release.
Plugin implementation in PL/SQL
An excellent article entitled “Modular PL/SQL Application” describes the dividing of the banking system into modules (the reasons why and the methods how) and explains the dependencies between the modules. In certain cases, we have come across a requirement to implement a certain function using various methods according to parameterization.
Modular PL/SQL Application - Implementation
At the time I started writing this article, our bank core had approximately 650 k lines of code and contained only two occurrences of the word "bullshit", meaning the code contains only 0.003 permille of bullshit. How did we do that?
Integration ODI with Vertica
We are developing DWH solution, core is technologically based on the Oracle database server platform and datamarts on the Vertica platform.
Using Tableau for business reports
Most companies today want or are even obliged to show their work and report their statistics. Thanks to its innovative, progressive and well-designed software, we chose to use Tableau for reporting concerning our products.