My troubles getting to run a Node application with PM2 in cluster mode with NVM

By Adrian Matei

In this blog post I will list of the troubles I went through getting to run the Bookmarks.dev API on
PM21 in cluster mode on an Ubuntu system with Node.js managed by NVM. The PM2 setup was on a single node (aka fork mode)
until now with no problems, but I decided to take advantage of the multi-core capability and enable cluster mode with PM2.

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Efficient management of dev bookmarks and code snippets saves me two workweeks a year

By Adrian Matei

Nailed it

Motivation

Finding the desired link again or that working piece of code can be sometimes a tedious job. It can even become frustrating
when you don’t find it in a reasonable amount of time, because you know it’s there somewhere, you’ve seen it before…
After a struggle of about two or more minutes you finally find it.

For code snippets it might take even longer depending on your project portfolio’s size. I had sometimes the impression
I spent more time looking for stuff than actually programming

This time you bookmark the resource, and say to yourself – “from now on I will be
more disciplined and consciously use bookmarks and a code snippet manager
”.

So far, so good, but soon the bookmarks toolbar won’t fit into your 4k wide monitor anymore, and you might lose more
time browsing through them… Because you bookmarked it, right?

Or didn't you?
Or didn’t you?

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Efficient management of dev bookmarks and code snippets help me save two workweeks a year

By Adrian Matei

Nailed it

Motivation

Finding the desired link again or that working piece of code can be sometimes a tedious job. It can even become frustrating
when you don’t find it in a reasonable amount of time, because you know it’s there somewhere, you’ve seen it before…
After a struggle of about two or more minutes you finally find it.

For code snippets it might take even longer depending on your project portfolio’s size. I had sometimes the impression
I spent more time looking for stuff than actually programming

This time you bookmark the resource, and say to yourself – “from now on I will be
more disciplined and consciously use bookmarks and a code snippet manager
”.

So far, so good, but soon the bookmarks toolbar won’t fit into your 4k wide monitor anymore, and you might lose more
time browsing through them… Because you bookmarked it, right?

Or didn't you?
Or didn’t you?

Continue reading Efficient management of dev bookmarks and code snippets help me save two workweeks a year

Efficient management of dev bookmarks and code snippets help me spare two workweeks a year

By Adrian Matei

Nailed it

Motivation

Finding the desired link again or that working piece of code can be sometimes a tedious job. It can even become frustrating
when you don’t find it in a reasonable amount of time, because you know it’s there somewhere, you’ve seen it before…
After a struggle of about two or more minutes you finally find it.

For code snippets it might take even longer depending on your project portfolio’s size. I had sometimes the impression
I spent more time looking for stuff than actually programming

This time you bookmark the resource, and say to yourself – “from now on I will be
more disciplined and consciously use bookmarks and a code snippet manager
”.

So far, so good, but soon the bookmarks toolbar won’t fit into your 4k wide monitor anymore, and you might lose more
time browsing through them… Because you bookmarked it, right?

Or didn't you?
Or didn’t you?

Continue reading Efficient management of dev bookmarks and code snippets help me spare two workweeks a year

Talking MonoRepos with Manfred Steyer on Real Talk Javascript #99

By John Papa

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Manfred Steyer talks with John, Ward, and Dan about what enterprise means these days, what some of the pitfalls of monorepos are, what kind of special tooling you might need, how to track changes and use version control, how to link multiple repos, and who monorepos are for.

const podcast = { 
  episode: 99,
  title: 'So You Wanna Use MonoRepos and Micro FrontEnds in Your Enterprise Architecture?',
  topics: [ 
    'monorepo', 'micro frontend',
  ],
  guest: 'Manfred Steyer'
  hosts: [
    'Dan Wahlin', 'John Papa', 'Ward Bell'
  ]
};

John Papa @John_Papa

Ward Bell @WardBell

Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin

Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker

Manfred Steyer @ManfredSteyer

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Timejumps

  • 01:12 Guest introductions
  • 04:39 What does enterprise mean to you?
  • 07:00 What are the pitfalls of mono repos?
  • 11:25 Why do I need special tooling?
  • 13:37 Sponsor: Raygun
  • 14:12 Tracking changes and version control
  • 30:22 Micro Front End concepts
  • 34:32 How do you link together multiple repos?
  • 36:00 Sponsor: Ag Grid
  • 37:03 Who is monorepo for?
  • 44:28 Final thoughts

Podcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.

Source:: johnpapa