This is a true epic so we talk about how much AWS sucks a bit more and how Microsoft owns like everything now.
Can you believe Microsoft owns NPM, Github and Typescript now? They practically
We implemented billing in our application this week so I go into detail about
how I used react-query to simplify our
state management and make the app feel snappier.
Also please forgive me for talking even more poopoo about Typeorm.
And then also functional programming in JS sucks.
Questions? Comments? Find out more on our site podcast.unrulysoftware.com.
You can join our discord to chat about tech anytime directly with the hosts.
- Terraform by HashiCorp
- Durable Functions Overview - Azure | Microsoft Docs
- CloudFormation <synonym for sucks> : aws — While I've definitely had things that weren't covered by CF, what has irked me more is the lack of template validation before it starts that leads to hours of lost time from easily caught mistakes. I've had multiple times a CFT with a r53 record and something like elasticache and it provision the elasticache (which takes a while) and then rollback because it finds a syntax error, then I have to wait for it to finish destroying elasticache before I can resubmit the same template with the fix (destroying seems to take longer than creating btw). Its a silly loss of time
- Steve Ballmer: Developers - YouTube
- Pandoc - About pandoc
- React Query - Hooks for fetching, caching and updating asynchronous data in React