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At Vandebron we have been organizing a regular hackathon for the last four years. Every three months we organize a two-day event. At first glance this seems quite an investment. Eight days a year, almost losing two working-weeks of productivity for your teams!
When you want minimal downtime, you need to build your own tools
Cypress is a game-changer in the automation testing world, the way that Cypress was built and its architecture allows us as testers to cover more scenarios.
It is can be useful to create a disposable Kubernetes sandbox to play with when you are exploring a new application and how it could work.
If you've ever build a component library, you probably dealt with optimizing and converting icons before. With SVGO and SVGR you can do this at scale.
Our main backend language is Scala, and by using Spark we build distributed parallel algorithms to fuel the Energy Transition. But why is Spark the best choice for that job?
At Vandebron we organized a two-day long Hackathon, a colleague and I took the chance to dig into the wonderful world of GraalVM.
You can find much information on why a reusable component library is a good investment, but most articles don't state the (obvious) disadvantages..