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Celebrate Hacktoberfest with Gatsby!

Happy October, everyone! We’re stoked, because October means… Hacktoberfest! What is Hacktoberfest? “Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open source software run by DigitalOcean in partnership with GitHub and Twilio.” Hacktoberfest encourages open source contributions by motivating open source projects to create and label contributor-friendly issues, and pseudo-gamifying the participation of contributors. To take...

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fetch with a timeout

You may know (or will learn it right now) that new Web API fetch comes without a timeout. I guess this is because it is built more around the idea of streams. If you, like me, want to use fetch for AJAX(XMLHttpRequest) you would expect it to support timeout. I googled it and indeed people have the same issue. What I noticed is that most solution built around setTimeout and Promise.reject, most solutions don't bother to cancel the...

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IX Reach widens its Asia Pacific reach with new connections in region

Connections in both Hong Kong and Singapore make it easier for customers to get deeper access in Asia and globally, says the provider. IX Reach has extended its Asia Pacific connectivity by upgrading its Hong Kong network infrastructure, enabling the carrier to provide its own in-region IP BGP (border gateway protocol) Transit services. Whilst IX Reach has been providing SDN cloud connectivity, IX remote peering and high-speed...

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Putting the “Ops” in DevSecOps: Why It’s Hard and How to Do It

This article originally appeared in Security Boulevard. By now, you’ve almost certainly heard about DevSecOps. You understand why baking security into DevOps leads to more secure software delivery. Yet despite all of the attention that DevSecOps is now rightly enjoying, it can be easy to overlook one key dimension of DevSecOps: the Ops part. If you don’t give Ops enough love when developing your DevSecOps strategy, you risk...