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Ansible LA Meetup: Delivering Quality Automations with Ansible, Molecule and Drone

Presentation and Meetup Discussion made by Florian Dambrine, Senior DevOps Engineer on Test-Driven Insfrastructure concepts and the use of Ansible Molecule for testing Ansible roles on Docker using Drone pipelines.

GumGum has been around for over a decade but we’ve been growing especially fast within the past two years and here comes the problem that we as well as many other growing companies are trying to address: “How do you prevent the rate of infrastructure cost growth from surpassing the rate of company growth?” 

At GumGum, we have been migrating a legacy monolithic application to a new ReactJS application. In this article, I’m going to discuss why it was important for us to introduce tests from the very beginning of development, and how we added testing for this application.

Code Duplication & Orthogonality -- eliminate one and focus on the other. In this episode of The Cat Ate My Source Code, Azam, Ben, and Collin cover the evils and benefits of these topics drawing their ideas from The Pragmatic Programmer and their experiences so far.

File Upload to S3 via Browser

In this blog, we will discuss how we can upload files directly to S3 from a browser, rather than uploading a file first to your servers and then to S3.

React Suspense, lazy() & Concurrent Mode

New and upcoming features coming to React that improves the user experience and app responsiveness.

Chrome Browser Extensions: An Introduction

This post aims to serve as a starting point for people who want to start building Chrome Extensions. It will help you learn what they are, and why and how you may want to use them. It comes with a Chrome Extension Template to get you up and running.

This post also exists in presentation form, as an effort of GumGum's JavaScript Guild, a group of coworkers who get together to discuss and share all things JavaScript.

Code Duplication & Orthogonality -- eliminate one and focus on the other. In this episode of The Cat Ate My Source Code, Azam, Ben, and Collin cover the evils and benefits of these topics drawing their ideas from The Pragmatic Programmer and their experiences so far.

Migrating your vanilla Spring MVC project to Spring Boot

How to turn your old vanilla Spring MVC project to a Spring boot project with Spring version 5.x.x? This article will tell you why you should do it now, and what you need to modify in your old MVC project to make it Spring Boot-able.

Introducing Terraform at GumGum

At GumGum, we work completely with AWS and have more than 100+ services to build, automate, maintain, and secure.

We are used to automating most of our services using Ansible on AWS but the more services you need to manage, the harder it gets to automate everything.

Creating a Vision Solution in the Cloud - 101

A growing number of applications utilize cloud computing for execution of computer vision algorithms. In this presentation, we introduce the basics of creating a cloud-based vision service, based on GumGum's experience developing and deploying a computer vision-based service for enterprises. 

Performance matters and why you should care

The Web has evolved a lot this last decade. As developers, we have got accustomed to adding different libraries and packages to enrich our users' experience and complexity of applications. Let's dive deeper into the cost of these heavier sites, and how we can mitigate the impact.

Migrating a large Flux app to Redux without everything falling apart

This guide will help you gradually migrate a large React application from Flux to Redux without breaking any of the app's features.

Code Duplication & Orthogonality -- eliminate one and focus on the other. In this episode of The Cat Ate My Source Code, Azam, Ben, and Collin cover the evils and benefits of these topics drawing their ideas from The Pragmatic Programmer and their experiences so far.

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