Most new frontend webapps today use ReactJS. An increasing number of mobile apps are created using the cross-platform components of React Native. GraphQL, Facebook’s open source data-fetching middleware tool is being used by more and more companies, who are finding that it simplifies their developme...
Most new frontend webapps today use ReactJS. An increasing number of mobile apps are created using the cross-platform components of React Native. GraphQL, Facebook’s open source data-fetching middleware tool is being used by more and more companies, who are finding that it simplifies their development.
Facebook’s open source suite of technologies created a new developer ecosystem. There is an increased demand for engineers who know how to build software with React, ReactJS, and GraphQL. This was the reasoning behind Gabe Greenberg starting G2i, a developer marketplace of engineers who write ReactJS, React Native, and GraphQL applications.
In this episode, Gabe, Lee Johnson, and Chris Severns from G2i join the show to discuss React and the other Facebook open source technologies–as well as the ecosystem around them. We explored the architecture of a developer marketplace business, and how to scale a consulting company.
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GoCD is a continuous delivery tool created by ThoughtWorks. GoCD agents use Kubernetes to scale as needed. Check out gocd.org/sedaily and learn about how you can get started. GoCD was built with the learnings of the ThoughtWorks engineering team, who have talked about building the product in previous episodes of Software Engineering Daily. It’s great to see the continued progress on GoCD with the new Kubernetes integrations–and you can check it out for yourself at gocd.org/sedaily.
Azure Container Service simplifies the deployment, management and operations of Kubernetes. You can continue to work with the tools you already know, such as Helm, and move applications to any Kubernetes deployment. Integrate with your choice of container registry, including Azure Container Registry. Also, quickly and efficiently scale to maximize your resource utilization without having to take your applications offline. Isolate your application from infrastructure failures and transparently scale the underlying infrastructure to meet growing demands—all while increasing the security, reliability, and availability of critical business workloads with Azure. Check out the Azure Container Service at aka.ms/sedaily.
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The TEALs program is looking for engineers from across the country to volunteer to teach computer science in high schools. Work with a computer science teacher in the classroom to bring development concepts to life through teamwork and determination. If you’d like to learn more about the Microsoft’s TEALs program or submit your volunteer application, go to tealsk12.org/sedaily.