A recent search for a general-purpose task runner led me to Just, so I thought I’d see how it stacks up against Make. Here's what I found.
When it comes to AWS remote database management, if you can't install the agent directly on the private host, you can set up a bastion running the agent.
You have probably heard null described as the billion-dollar mistake. But null itself is not bad. Making null invisible is what tends to cause issues.
Customizing the openapi-typescript generator involves an upfront investment. But with this in place, you can have more confidence in your branded types.
For user access, AWS Cognito is a good choice for authentication and authorization. But when only machines are involved, AWS IAM may be a better fit.
Although Amazon does not offer a way to run Neptune locally, Apache Gremlin Server is a close enough approximation for testing and development purposes.