Getting Started Quickly With Swift Logging

Scalyr’s “Getting Started” blog series has covered a ton of different platforms and languages. I’ve had the privilege of writing a handful of the posts, and each one of them has been a lot of fun. This one is about logging with Apple’s Swift language. You can find the original post here. We’ve covered how […]

Should You Hold Spelling Errors Against Developers?

How do you feel about spelling errors in code? I wrote about them for SubMain on their blog. You’re checking out some code. It’s been a long time since you looked at this project. Or maybe it’s the first time. You point your editor at an interesting file name and double-click to open it. Your […]

Getting Started with Python and Feature Flags

Python is a fun language, and I’ve been trying to use it every chance I have. This post was one of those chance. I wrote on guide on using Rollout’s feature flags with Python. You can find the original post here. You’re doing it right. You’ve set up an array of microservices that offer REST […]

The Biggest Problems of Unit Testing With C++

Maybe you’re new to C++. Perhaps you’ve been working with the language for a while and are looking at unit testing for the first time. Either way, unit testing with C++ often seems to have more problems than it should. There are significant differences between C++ and “modern” languages like Java, C#, and Python. These […]