Thoth prescriptions resolve dependency conflicts in Python application stacks. Learn how to create and use them to build healthier Python applications.
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Compare distributed transaction patterns for coordinating dual writes in a microservices architecture, then get tips for choosing the right pattern.
This introduction to Quarkus for Spring developers shows how easy it is to get started building applications with the Kubernetes-native Java platform.
Get an overview of admission control in Kubernetes, then write and deploy a simple webhook that intercepts and validates Prometheus rule creations.
Don't let conflicting dependencies create problems in your Python applications. Use Thoth Dependency Monkey to choose compatible library versions.
Get a closer look at how the Shenandoah garbage collector adds concurrent thread-stack processing, and reliable sub-millisecond pauses, in OpenJDK 17.
Use Opossum, a Node.js implementation of the circuit breaker pattern, to solve a persistence challenge in Red Hat OpenShift Serverless Functions.
Use Camel K with KameletBindings to integrate Kafka streams messaging and Kubernetes for automated cross-team interactions via Google docs and email.
Whether you're brand new to programming or a seasoned developer, these five tips will help orient you to programming with Python.