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How Uber Engineering Verifies Data at Runtime with the Annotations You Already Use

Uber’s hypergrowth forces our developers to engineer stability into our apps using resourceful techniques. In 2016, for instance, we created and open sourced Runtime Annotation Validation Engine (RAVE), a data model validation framework that uses Java annotation processing to tackle the number one cause of crashes in our Android apps: NullPointerExceptions (NPEs). NPEs are a common issue with languages like Java that do not have nullability built into their type system. By leveraging the annotations you already use, RAVE acts as a…

Support Mike in the Great Cycle Challenge – UrbanWorkbench

I have registered for the Great Cycle Challenge and my goal is to pedal 300 km this June and raise $500 to fight kids’ cancer! And my challenge starts NEXT WEEK. Why am I doing this? Because over 1,400 children are diagnosed with cancer in Canada every year. It will be tough, but it’s nothing compared to what these kids face every day of their lives as they battle this terrible disease. Kid should be living life, not fighting for…

Minimizing the risk of electric shock around pools and lakes

A danger that you can’t see or hear—electric shock in water—can easily go undetected. Electricity is deadly and often discovered only after it is too late. When alternating current of electricity is running through freshwater bodies, such as pools and lakes, there is risk that a person could succumb to electric shock drowning. Donald Burke, Ph.D., director of UAB’s Advanced Safety and Engineering Management concentration in the Master of Engineering Program, explains. “Electric shock drowning can occur in…

New technique could increase success rate, life span of implantable devices

Hyowon Lee, an assistant professor in Purdue’s Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering, holds up a smart self-clearing catheter in the form of microscale devices on a paper-thin film that can be assembled into existing catheters. The device could provide a reliable alternative to conventional high-failure devices that require additional surgery to remove. Credit: Trevor Mahlmann A new technique being developed at Purdue University could provide patients who require implantable catheters in the treatment of neurological and other disorders with a…

Mobile Apps – Tips to Get Them Ranked in SERPs

Sellers and other retail brands can now benefit from the new ability for the Google organic search engine to rank their mobile apps. Some reputable brands on the web can now see the links to their apps on the first page of Google just like the local listings, web listings and other parameters for ranking. The seoanalytics.pro experts can help you get your app URLs to start climbing the ranking meter within a short time. Indeed, this will open all…

How Data Science Helps Power Worldwide Delivery of Netflix Content

by Andrew Berglund Have you ever wondered where your video comes from when you watch Netflix? We serve video streams out of our own content delivery network (CDN), called Open Connect, which is tailored to one specific application: delivering internet TV to our members around the world. This system is the cornerstone of every Netflix video experience — serving 100% of our video, over 125 million hours every day, to 100 million members across the globe! In this post, we introduce some…

Less Is More – Why The IPv6 Switch Is Missing

At Cloudflare we believe in being good to the Internet and good to our customers. By moving on from the legacy world of IPv4-only to the modern-day world where IPv4 and IPv6 are treated equally, we believe we are doing exactly that. “No matter what happens in life, be good to people. Being good to people is a wonderful legacy to leave behind.” – Taylor Swift (whose website has been IPv6 enabled for many many years) Starting today with free…

Engineering, the noble profession – UrbanWorkbench

Mike Thomas Mike Thomas P.Eng. ENV SP, is the author of UrbanWorkbench.com and Director of Engineering at the City of Revelstoke in the Interior of British Columbia, Canada. If I post something here that you find helpful as you navigate the world of engineering, planning and building communities, that’s wonderful. But when push comes to shove: This is my personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my employer. Source link…

Doubling Down on Project Jengo

Jengo Fett by Brickset (Flickr) We knew the case against patent trolls was the right one, but we have been overwhelmed by the response to our blog posts on patent trolls and our program for finding prior art on the patents held by Blackbird Tech, which we’ve dubbed Project Jengo. As we discuss in this post, your comments and contributions have allowed us to expand and intensify our efforts to challenge the growing threat that patent trolls pose to innovative…

Rebuilding Slack’s Emoji Picker in React – Several People Are Coding

Slack is transitioning its web client to React. When Slack was first built, our frontend consisted of established technologies like jQuery and Handlebars. Since then, the community has developed better ways to create scalable, data-driven interfaces. jQuery’s “render and modify” approach is straightforward, but it’s prone to falling out of sync with the underlying model. In contrast, React’s “render and re-render” pattern makes consistency the default. Slack is evolving alongside the industry to improve performance and reliability. We determined that…