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Anatomy of a JavaScript Error

It’s not a pretty sight when an application dies. Error messages can be difficult to understand, and we sometimes have to put our investigator hats on to solve the mystery and find the culprit. Most software developers spend all their time avoiding errors, but here at Bugsnag, our entire product is...
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Leveraging NFV and SDN for Network Slicing

Network slicing is poised to play a pivotal role in the enablement of 5G. The technology allows operators to run multiple virtual networks on top of a single, physical infrastructure. With 5G commercialization set for 2020, many are wondering to what extend network functions virtualization (NFV)...
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How to Deploy Multi-Cloud Serverless and Cloud Foundry APIs at Scale

Ken Parmelee, who leads the API gateway for IBM and Big Blue’s open source projects, has a few ideas about open-source methods for “attacking” the API and how to create micro-services and make them scale. “Micro-services and APIs are products and we need to be thinking about them that way,”...
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Keeping the Node.js Core Small

Features are wonderful. When Node.js adds a new API, we can instantly do more with it. Wouldn’t a larger standard library be more useful for developers? Who could possibly object to Node.js getting better? And who, even more strangely, would actually remove APIs, making Node.js objectively worse?  ...
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Enterprise Adoption of APIs is Driven by Internal Integration Needs

The need to integrate the ballooning range of software-as-a-service (SaaS) tools being used within enterprises is driving the adoption of application programming interfaces (APIs.) While many think of APIs in the enterprise as being introduced as a way to leverage a microservices architecture or as...
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Cloud Security Best Practices: Finding, Securing, & Managing Secrets, Part 1

Secrets — passwords, API keys, secure tokens, private keys, and so on — protect access to sensitive resources in your environment. If not properly managed, they can end up in the wrong hands. In Part 1 of this post, we will show you how to find secrets using truffleHog and git-secrets. In Part 2,...
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Node.js Interactive
In this preview to his presentation at Node.js Interactive in Austin, Stefano Balietti explains why he chose Node.js for his game-based research.

Online Behavioral Experiments Happening With nodeGame and Node.js

The goal of social science research is to discover fundamental features of human behavior. There are many different approaches to discover this, but one of the best approaches is through games. How do researches implement these types of games and what technologies are most appropriate to help them...
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Announcing The Qt Automotive Suite

The idea for the Qt Automotive Suite was born when The Qt Company, Pelagicore and KDAB sat down and shared their experiences of projects using Qt for In-vehicle Infotainment (IVI). With cumulative experience from over 20 automotive projects it was noted how Qt is really well suited to the needs of...
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What Are Microservices and Why Should You Use Them?

Traditionally, software developers created large, monolithic applications. The single monolith would encompass all the business activities for a single application. As the requirements of the application grew, so did the monolith. In this model, implementing an improved piece of business...
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