At Lieferheld and Pizza.de, most of our server-side platform code was written in Python 2.7 until last year. I want to share some of our experience migrating elements of this codebase to Python 3 and, in particular, taking advantage of the asyncio module and native coroutines available in Python 3.5.
Having used NewRelic for more than 5 years, at Delivery Hero we only just recently started taking advantage of a few pretty awesome, but so far unknown/ignored features. Let me quickly go through them:
On Tuesday evening Delivery Hero welcomed many fellow “Gophers” to our Headquarters. Ever since we started to adopt Golang in early 2017, many of us have attended the monthly meetups of the Berlin Golang community. Therefore it was a great pleasure for us to host the event ourselves for the first time. We shared great food from Habba Habba as well as interesting talks with like minded people.
Hello, I am in-charge as a Scrum Master at RGP Korea. This year we launched Squad at out Tech division, and we are attempting a new change in the way that we work at our organization. Through this article, I would like to look back at our Tech organization’s growth over the past three years.
I had the pleasure of attending the Frontend Developer Love conference in Amsterdam this past February and wanted to share some of my impressions from the event and what I have brought back with me.
The conference took place over two days with each day having a slightly different intention. Whereas on the first day we were presented with speakers and topics from the overall spectrum of web development, the second day focused entirely on vue.js.
RGP Korea operates both Yogiyo (YGY) and Baedaltong (BDT) service. Among these two services, I am in-charge of YGY’s service and recently I’ve been using Java and Kotlin. I applied about 14% of Kotlin on YGY app, and I would like to explain about why it was introduced and how I resolved learning curve issues.