On their own, code attributes will give you information about the code that produced the data. This, in and of itself, is useful. These are pretty generic and obviously built to be language-agnostic.
This year, I've had the enormouse pleasure of working on the agenda committee for the best developer conference in the UK, NDC London. Obviously I'm slightly biased as I've been going to this conference for the last 4 years, and I love everything about it. Being behind the curtain this year has given me an... Continue Reading →
One of the common patterns in AWS setup is to use different "accounts" for different functions in the business. These account then get "consolidated" when you're charged (the exorbitant) the fees for your services. This presents a problem when you need to have externally accessible services, that live under a single domain. One way around... Continue Reading →