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Docs as Code is not enough

Docs as Code It is the first step to the right direction The approach to treating your documentation the same way as program code is a step in the right direction, but it is far from state-of-the-art. The practice is detailed on many websites that advocate the use of docs-as-code (DAC). For example the Write the Docs community has a ...

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Portfolio Architecture Examples – Edge Collection

For a few years now we’ve been working on a project we have named Portfolio Architectures. These are based on selecting a specific use case we are seeing used in the real world by customers and then finding implementations of that case using three or more products from the Red Hat portfolio. Figure 1: The portfolio architecture process This basic premise ...

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Portfolio Architecture Examples – Telco Collection

For a few years now we’ve been working on a project we have named Portfolio Architectures. These are based on selecting a specific use case we are seeing used in the real world by customers and then finding implementations of that case using three or more products from the Red Hat portfolio. Figure 1: The portfolio architecture process This basic premise ...

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Docker Compose Java Healthcheck

Docker compose is often used to run locally a development stack. Even if I would recommend to use minikube/microk8s/…​ + Yupiik Bundlebee, it is a valid option to get started quickly. One trick is to handle dependencies between services. A compose descriptor often looks like: docker-compose.yaml version: "3.9" (1) services: (2) postgres: (3) image: postgres:14.2-alpine restart: always ports: - "5432:5432" ...

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How can an Organic-based AI system be used?

You are asking yourself, so, we can sense raw data, create sequences, detect behaviours and create self-organising networks. They can be recursive in nature and provide depth and many other such capabilities. Yes, we can maybe program it. Sure, it can be distributed programming. But, how does this answer the questions we are trying to answer with current AI systems? ...

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Step variant non-sequential programming models for AI systems

Based on what I have described in the previous series of blogs on AI, it can be seen that the process is an uncontrolled sequence of execution, driven solely by the state of raw data that can be sensed. This type of uncontrolled execution is nice as a research tool. Without the ability to program or control, it is of not much use to ...

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Rate limiting in Express

Hello. In this tutorial, we will understand how to implement a simple rate-limiting in a simple nodejs application using express. 1. Introduction With the increase in digital security, there are many reasons for protecting the api’s such as saving costs in the cloud or restricting the api usage. The express-rate-limit is a simple library that helps to quickly build a ...

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Experiences of Practical DSLs usages: a talk with Glen Braun

More and more people are looking into adopting DSLs. While they see the general benefits, and enthusiastically learn the technicalities there is one recurring issue many are facing: figure out on which problem to apply DSLs.  For this reason, I think that sharing experiences and reflections is useful. Today I am very happy to share a conversation I recently had ...

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