By now, we all know that news and media shape our viewson these discussed topics. Of course, this is different from person to person. Some might be influenced a little more than others, but there always is some opinion communicated.
Considering this, it would be really interesting to see the continuous development of mood communicated towards a specific topic or person in the media.
End user monitoring is crucial for operating and managing software systems safely and effectively. Beyond operations, monitoring constitutes a basic requirement to improve services based on facts instead of instincts. Thus, monitoring plays an important role in the lifecycle of every application. But implementing an effective monitoring solution is challenging due to the incredible velocity of changes in the IT landscape and because there is no silver bullet applicable for everyone. This post outlines the basics of monitoring on a strategic level and focuses on some practical facets, so you can derive a concrete solution well adapted for your unique needs and circumstances. The first part covers monitoring principles followed by monitoring tactics for web-based applications. This post concludes by pointing out major challenges you will probably face when implementing a monitoring solution.
The programming language Rust is dwelling on the web for half a decade already. Initially started as a personal project by an Mozilla employee and later continued by the Mozilla Foundation itself, it repeatedly gained attention with the claims of being the language of choice for technically safe software – including system software.
With this blog entry I want to give you an introduction to the language and talk about how said safety has been proven mathematically.
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