Building Furnace: Part III

Here is the 3rd part of our blogpost series about building Furnace. In the first part we talked about the AWS services used in the brief, the second part was about AWS Go SDK and we began dissecting the intricacies of Furnace. This episode is discussing the experimental plugin system of Furnace.

Building Furnace: Part II

We have recently started a blogpost series about building a mid-sized project in Go with AWS, with unit testing and experimental plugin feature. In this section we will discuss AWS Go SDK. We will also begin to dissect the intricacies of Furnace.
 

Building Furnace: Part I

This is the first part of a IV part series which discusses the process of building a mid-sized project in Go with AWS, including unit testing and an experimental plugin feature. In this one we will discuss the AWS services used in the brief and will contain a basic description for those who are not familiar with them. 
 

Google Analytics and Tag Manager for user behaviour analysis

Nowadays more and more businesses start to value the power of behaviour analysis. For continuous improvement we need to measure the user generated events, and work with them to create the next iterations of our solutions. In our post we introduce a comfortable analytics framework with Google Analytics and Tag Manager to understand the users of our digital product.

On Being Human at DrupalCon Vienna - Call for Papers closes in a week

Around two years ago, when the launch of Drupal 8 was just around the corner and the main topic of concern was the status of the issue queue, the Drupal community slowly started murmuring about a topic outside of technical solutions and patches. As a result, a brand new DrupalCon track was introduced - Being Human. Our COO, Zsófi is the Being Human local track chair at DrupalCon Vienna - this is her Call for Papers.

GitHooks For a Safer Go Project

Are you also always forgetting to run your tests and than swear if your branch is broken? Are you only getting that info after a couple minutes of unit tests? Then this solution might help you.