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How Travis CI Uses Heroku to Scale Their Platform Editor's note: This is a guest post from Mathias Meyer of Travis CI. Travis CI is a continuous integration and deployment platform. It started out as a project to offer a free platform for the open source community to run their tests and builds on. Top 40 Website Programming Languages I was having a look on Google’s top 1000 most-visited websites and I thought it would be intresting to see if I could find out what programming languages these sites use. Obviously it would take ages to do all 1000, so I researched the top 40. Disclaimer My results are in no way definitive and may even be wrong, but my resuts are comprised of: HTTP Header information Request for file types (.php for example) Searches on forums, presentations and Google Educated gueses ;) Once again, my results may be wrong!
Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live Launching a website is a little like making homemade soup. You’ve got many ingredients coming together, and before you’re done adding them, you sample it to see that you got it just right. But this step – the testing – is often ignored before a site goes live. Testing a new website can seem overwhelming. Using WebSockets on Heroku with Python flask gevent python websockets Table of Contents This quickstart will get you going with a Python application that uses a WebSocket, deployed to Heroku. Sample code for the demo application is available on GitHub. Edits and enhancements are welcome. Just fork the repository, make your changes and send us a pull request.
Developers Best Practices Tutorial This small tutorial is based on my past 16+ years of experience in software development industry. I have gone through different stages in my career starting from trainee software developer till senior management. I do not want to keep my learnings to myself, so I had written a small tutorial few years ago, and after getting lot of motivation from my dear readers, I thought of revising it and adding few more learnings which may benefit many other software engineers and developers working in this lovely industry.