Using Stout to parse command-line options

A new post of mine has just been published on Mesosphere Blog: Almost every program needs to parse some form of command-line argument. Often, this is a pretty large set of possible options, and the management of the various options is usually pretty tedious while adding virtually no value to the program’s functionality. Google’s gflags … More Using Stout to parse command-line options

From null to a hundred in six months

Or how to achieve bi-weekly releases at SaaS scale Background Almost exactly a year ago I joined RiverMeadow: a self-described “cloud mobility” SaaS platform, with the modest task of improving a product I was told was “ready for market” and a team that only needed “some improvement, and a better adoption of Engineering best practices” – in slightly … More From null to a hundred in six months