- [Understanding service workers and caching strategies](https://blog.bitsrc.io/
understanding-service-workers-and-caching-strategies-a6c1e1cbde03) – Here’s
a quick guide to service workers—and how to select a caching strategy.
- [If you want users to sign in, do this](http://bradfrost.com/blog/post/
dont-get-clever-with-login-forms) – Don’t get clever with login forms. Make
them simple, predictable, and linkable. And make sure they play nicely with
- [Lessons from 6 software rewrite stories stories](https://medium.com/
“Should you rewrite your application from scratch, or is that ‘the single
worst strategic mistake that any software company can make’?” Herb Caudill
takes a deep dive into six case studies of rewrites—starting with
Netscape—and offers takeaways from each.
- [Seven steps to making DevOps a reality](https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/
perspectives/seven-steps-to-making-devops-a-reality) – In a recent survey,
two-thirds of the respondents who use DevOps reported benefits that impacted
their bottom line. Melody Meckfessel, vice president of engineering at
Google Cloud, outlines some practical ideas for implementation.
- [Microservices orchestration with Kubernetes](https://medium.com/@asad_5112/
microservices-orchestration-with-kubernetes-1cbb737cfa46) – Like peanut
butter and jelly or Sonny and Cher, the two just work better together. Asad
- [How to bootstrap Kubernetes the hard way](https://medium.com/polarsquad/
how-to-bootstrap-kubernetes-the-hard-way-ca7ca46381f5) – A handy tutorial,
courtesy of Yair Etziony.
- [Site reliability engineering (SRE): A simple overview](https://www.oreilly.com/
ideas/site-reliability-engineering-sre-a-simple-overview) – Get a basic
understanding of site reliability engineering (SRE) and then go deeper with
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