In software development, a “Design Smell” is a signal that something isn’t quite right. Think of it like your car sounding a little bit different or your Spidey Sense tingling. In the best of times, you can immediately point at the problem and know how to fix it. But the rest of the time, it […]
Launching an API is the easiest thing you’ll ever do. On the minimum end, you can put a framework in front of your database and call it done. If you add annotations to your source code, you can even auto-generate documentation. If you want to get fancy, you can use OpenAPI to auto-generate SDKs and […]
How many Java developers use our API?
Has anyone upgraded to our latest Ruby Gem?
Is going to that PHP conference going to be useful?
Disclosure: After recently registering a Flickr account for this site, I happened across Rob Kunkle one of the co-authors of this book. He and the great people at Apress arranged for a copy of this to be delivered to my door. There was no cash crammed in the cover, so they need to work on […]