We often say that technology is a cycle of concepts. I don’t think so. It’s just that bad ideas are hard to kill, and are rebranded on a regular basis, hyped with marketing bullshit. Today, we will talk about Serverless(TM).
Nowadays, we know that null is to be avoided. It's been dubbed the billion
dollar mistake by its own creator, and the dreaded NullPointerException
everyone knows about. Yet, when it comes to getting rid of nulls, nobody
The software industry is quite young, about 30 to 40 years old. Yet massive companies emerged quickly: billion dollar businesses bringing huge social changes. What does it mean to be a developer today, and how did that job evolve these last few years? I think we need to picture this as a global shift within the evolution of productivity.
Do you know that hosting is one of the nastiest business out there? Hardware, bandwidth suck up huge amounts of money and energy. But some hosting companies want to give it for free, forever. And people keep asking me “do you have a free plan?”