What are you working on today?

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    Been playing with dotnet core 3 more atm, found some bugs with the vsc extensions lol but has been pretty nice so far. Also been dabbling in Rust and Kotlin too.

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    Privoxy wrote:
    There is a really neat little product to help you automate those pesky pull requests, you should give it a go https://www.codacy.com/
    It does actually look really good - even if they did hire you

    Looking to pull in automatic linting and some static analysis on pull requests eventually.

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    Privoxy wrote:
    There is a really neat little product to help you automate those pesky pull requests, you should give it a go https://www.codacy.com/

    I've been learning Rust on my weekends and really enjoying it. Being a lot lower level than something on the JVM is something that was a bit of a shock to my computer science knowledge, but it's proving as a good learning experience.
    shit bro


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    As we're moving into the cloud/butts, we wanted to switch from our old metrics gathering/alerting, so I've been playing with Prometheus + Grafana.

    I've installed the Prometheus JMX exporter java agent in one of my apps, configured to emit useful metrics for all of the Kafka producers inside it, and... everything just worked.

    I can see why Prometheus/Grafana are the default for a lot of people these days.

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    Yup it's what we use.

    Kamon is a great addition to the stack if you want more specific metrics on things.

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    Overhauled our internal metrics and monitoring a few months back too.

    Looked at many options - including Prometheus. Ended up on the ElasticSearch stack.

    Fairly easy to configure their "Beats" to do what you want. We have a small agent that monitors our entire VPC.

    And we wrote a small wrapper around their .net client to push custom app metrics into an index, with support for tags and arbitrary properties.

    Kibana is pretty sweet too - probably not as good as Grafana - but you can choose your flavour of visualisations.

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    Just won two tickets to Web Summit 2019 for my open source contributions. Looking at the speakers and workshops it's pretty damn overwhelming trying to decide what to see.

    Anyone been in the past and got some sweet tips?