In this article, I describe OneFlow, the Git workflow that I successfully use for my projects as an alternative to GitFlow, once more, but this time focusing on the case when your repository is hosted on one of the managed Git providers, like GitHub, BitBucket, or GitLab.
In the fourth part of the Truffle tutorial, we talk about parsing, and introduce the GraalVM polyglot API with the TruffleLanguage class.
In part 5 of the "CDK tips" series, we talk about one of the most fundamental rules of using the CDK effectively, which is an especially huge mindset shift if you have previously worked with CloudFormation. That rule is: in your CDK code, you should always have a separate instance of the Stack class for each stack that is actually deployed to an AWS account.
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