Hello World! Finally we launched our blog. We have lots of ideas to expose, but let’s try to be practical and useful.
This blog was born from the need for sharing, dissemination and exhibition of our daily challenges, problems, ideas, victories, defeats, skills, “disabilities”, new technologies, conservative technologies, etc.
The Developer’s Log
The choice of this name came from the idea of a Developer’s Diary format, ie, expose events, information, projects, details.
Our slogan involves issues such as Code, Skills, Challenges & Solutions.
The “Soup” of technologies
We intend to produce relevant posts on technologies we use, like, we dominate and we want to dominate.
Plus as we want to talk to those who will appear.
Future posts affairs:
- Software development:
- Architecture and Design:
- Automated testing, Test Driven Development;
- Clean Code Techniques, Design patterns, SOLID Principles;
- Performance in large-scale environment;
- Web services RESTful, SOAP;
- Multi-threading systems, serialization, I / O lock, critical section;
- SQL Query Tuning;
- Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, PostgreSQL, MySQL;
- Processes and practices:
- World Agile: Scrum, Kanban, Extremming Programming, SAFe;
- Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration,
- Operations and infrastructure:
- Windows Server;
- Linux Server;
- No SQL, Hadoop, Apache Solr, Elastic Search, MongoDB;
- Data science:
- Data analysis, Language R, Machine Learning;
- Jobs, opened jobs and personal marketing in the area of Information Technology;
Our challenge as Blog producers is to deliver at least one post a week, 4 posts per month, relevant, intelligent, collaborative content.
We already have a large list of issues that we deal with. Besides the intention of producing a good read content and add value to our readers.
Feel free to suggest any subject.
We await you!
Fabiano de Freitas Silva
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