When moving our PHP applications to Docker it was important to maintain the existing performance standards. VJ ran a number of benchmarking experiments to ensure 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.