In 2017, our team of six engineers wanted to try out a clean architectural pattern and decided to use VIPER. In the text below, I’ll cover how the team worked on this.
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November 6th, 2018 Engineering iOS Architecture How We Develop New Features Using Offsites and Clean Architecture By Guilherme Endres
September 18th, 2018 Engineering Microservices Using Kubernetes Pod Metadata to Improve Zipkin Traces By Steve Conover
We revisited our distributed tracing setup and incorporated Kubernetes pod metadata into it, significantly enhancing our engineers’ ability to troubleshoot problems that cut across microservices.
August 31st, 2018 Engineering Monitoring Testing Hands-Off Deployment with Canary By Jorge Creixell and Tobias Schmidt
At SoundCloud, we follow best practices around continuous delivery, i.e. deploying small incremental changes often (many times a day). In order to improve the user experience, we’ve been exploring different ways of reducing the impact and the Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR) of faulty deployments. Enter canary releases.
August 14th, 2018 Engineering Creating Readable Spark Jobs By Luciano Molinari
July 26th, 2018 Management Engineering Getting a Team Back on Track By Arbo von Monkiewitsch
Sometimes, an important team that’s part of an otherwise healthy company culture starts tanking and the people on the team get frustrated and even quit.
In this article, I want to share what I learned when I started to manage a team — referred to as the R Team from here on out — that had huge problems when I took over as Engineering Manager, as well as explain how I got it back on track.