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How to pause a Step Function while waiting on a response from a third party API

In this post we explore how you can pause a Step Function, using Task Tokens, while waiting on an external process to be completed

Caleb Wilson
3 August 2022

How to use React Hooks with Redux

In this post we explore using React Hooks with Redux.

Kieran Magee
26 July 2022

Building an OpenSearch Index from DynamoDB

In this post we will demonstrate how to set up an OpenSearch domain with a DynamoDB source

Emma Moinat
11 November 2021

From TDD to PBT via Kotest

In this post we see how to integrate PBT into your Kotlin tests.

Garth Gilmour
26 October 2021

TypeScript 4.4 - Be on your guard

In this post, in celebration of the release of TypeScript 4.4, I explore Type Unions in TypeScript and how the language uses Type Guards and Control Flow Analysis to automatically...

Eamonn Boyle
27 August 2021

TypeScript 4.3 - I object your honour!

In celebration of TypeScript 4.3 I take a look TypeScript's Object Oriented features and look at the new features this release brings.

Eamonn Boyle
26 May 2021

Using TypeScript const assertions for fun and profit

How can we utilise the const assertion in TypeScript to flip the script and define types from immutable data?

Ross Jenkins
29 April 2021

Crazy, Powerful TypeScript Tuple Types

In celebration of TypeScript 4.2 and the language's continued evolution, let's take a look at tuple types and some advanced type manipulations we can do with them.

Eamonn Boyle
23 March 2021

React Tutorial - Build a Weather App from Scratch - Part 2

In part II of this tutorial we continue the step-by-step guide for creating a weather app using React and TypeScript.

Eamonn Boyle
25 February 2021

React Tutorial - Build a Weather App from Scratch - Part 1

In this tutorial I'll take you step-by-step through creating a weather app using React and TypeScript.

Eamonn Boyle
23 February 2021

TypeScript + React Hooks: Part 3

In this 3rd article in our series on using React Hooks with TypeScript, we will show how to enhance 'primitive' hooks into more complex functions, and highlight some of the...

Neil Armstrong
11 December 2020

An AWS Lambda Advent-ure in Python

Let’s build a web-based, programming-related advent calendar using AWS Lambda, Python, Google Sheets and CDK. No chocolates I’m afraid, but along the way we’ll learn a bit about Serverless Python

Ryan Adams
30 November 2020

TypeScript + React Hooks: Part 2

In this follow-up to our introductory article to using React Hooks with TypeScript, we’ll continue to discuss how leveraging types & type safety can make life easier when writing components...

Ross Jenkins
23 November 2020

Crazy, Powerful TypeScript 4.1 Features

In this article I'll take a look at some new features in TypeScript 4.1 - namely Template Literal Types, Key Remapping and Recursive Conditional Types. At the end I'll show...

Eamonn Boyle
19 November 2020

TypeScript + React Hooks: Part 1 - The Basics

In this post, we delve into using TypeScript with React Hooks to develop in the front-end. Continuing our series of posts on the practical applications of TypeScript, and introducing another...

Ross Jenkins
9 November 2020

TypeScript Testing Tips - Mocking Functions with Jest

In this, the second of a series of posts on practical applications of TypeScript, we continue on the topic of testing by looking at how three lines of TypeScript magic...

Eoin Mullan
28 October 2020

React + TypeScript + Redux Toolkit - Safety and Simplicity

In this article I'll explain how Redux Toolkit simplifies building Redux based apps and combines beautifully with React and TypeScript for an all-round great stack.

Eamonn Boyle
22 October 2020

Code Generation With KotlinPoet

KotlinPoet provides a simple API for generating Kotlin source files. It allows you to automate what would otherwise be tedious and repetitive tasks.

Garth Gilmour
28 November 2019

Kotlin Contracts

The Kotlin type system is fairly flexible but there are a few corner cases where the compiler enforces rules which can be a little restrictive. In this article we explore...

Chris van Es
27 September 2018

Kotlin Inline Class

How this will merge the power of custom types with the performance of primitives

Neil Armstrong
21 September 2018

Android databinding, with Kotlin!

The MVVM design pattern allows us to write code that is much easier to maintain, test, and reason about in Android development. In this post, we will describe how to...

Neil Armstrong
15 January 2018

Docker - Simplifying a Developer's World

Installing stuff is hard. Installing stuff is messy. Installing stuff is time consuming/expensive. As a trainer, I am constantly moving between different technology stacks, running different applications,...

Eamonn Boyle
1 June 2017

Spring Boot With Dropwizard Metrics

Introduction to using Spring Boot with Dropwizard Metrics

Neil Armstrong
31 March 2017

Angular 1 with ES6

A brief introductory tutorial on how to combine ES6 and Angular 1

Neil Armstrong
27 September 2016

Empowering ObservableCollection with Rx

An introduction to using ObservableCollection in Rx and C#

Niall Kelly
3 June 2016

Continuous Delivery Pipelines with Jenkins 2.0

How to create continuous delivery pipelines in Jenkins 2.0

Chris van Es
28 April 2016

Parallelism on a Single Core - SIMD with C#

An introduction to SIMD and parallelism on a Single Core - SIMD with C# (Part 1 of 2)

Eoin Mullan
21 March 2016

Simplify Your Code With C# 6.0

An overview of the latest features in C# 6.0 and how they will simplify your code

Eoin Mullan
16 December 2015

An Intro To Option(al)

Introduction to the Option, Optional and Maybe Types in Scala, Java and C#

Garth Gilmour
25 May 2014

Shakespeare's Seven Monkeys

A first step into using the Lucene text search engine library

David McFarland
12 December 2012