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May 15, 2017

STAREAST Virtual Conference

The STAREAST Virtual Conference is a conference which you can watch from your home or work desk. You can watch some keynotes and other sessions from the STAREAST Software Testing Conference via livestream and learn about the latest testing solutions and experiences of companies with testing.

May 08, 2017

Taming PostgreSQL autovacuum

We’re at Shopping24 are big fans of PostgreSQL as it leverages the latest SQL specifications in conjunction with great operability, a large open source community and last but not least incredible query performance - as long as Autovacuum is tamed. Before continuing, read the Postgres Autovacuum is Not the Enemy post by Joe Nelson.

April 27, 2017

Codetalks commerce special in Berlin

Das Code.Talks commerce special ist ein Ableger der Hamburger Code Talks. Konsequent findet sie auch in einem Kino statt - nur halt in Berlin. Wir von Shopping24 haben von unserer E-Commerce Suche, von Marketing- Nerds und Logging- und Monitoring-Tools berichtet.

March 29, 2017

TLS mit Let's Encrypt: Angst, Faulheit und ein schlechter Ruf

Im November 2016 hatte ich die Möglichkeit, unsere Erfahrungen mit dem Tuning von SSL/TLS-Verbindungen und den Einsatz von Let’s Encrypt-Zertifikaten zu berichten.

August 26, 2016

Laracon EU 2016 Amsterdam

Shopping24 on the Laracon EU 2016. These are our experiences and thoughts about this great conference in Amsterdam. Because we use Laravel for multiple PHP projects, three of our web developers went to this year’s Laracon in Amsterdam.

June 30, 2016

Monitorama 2016

Monitorama. What would expect there to happen? A bunch of bearded nerds talking about their “killer monitoring tools”. That did happen - maybe - somewhere hidden in the closet. What surprised me was, that Monitorama is not about tools and techniques, it was about human interaction, collaboration, empathy and conversation.