Antony Denyer

Tilling the land of software
  • Not Net Negative Developers

    I’ve worked with many developers over the years. More recently the majority of them have been junior developers. When working with someone junior the best you can hope for is not net negative NNPP. By that, I mean that the developer doesn’t have any impact on the project. [Read More]
  • Blockchain as an API

    Distributed Because blockchains are not centrally hosted, they offer a great way to facilitate communication between multiple parties. You can utilise the trusted distributed nature of blockchains to reduce costs and friction between parties. [Read More]
  • Null Object Patern And Kotlin

    By default, Kotlin is null safe. It means that you have explicitly state that you want a type to be nullable. For example, the compiler will stop you from doing stupid things. [Read More]
  • running an image on kubernetes with an interactive shell

    If you have an existing kubernetes cluster that you are using you may need to get a shell running from inside that cluster to help you debug things. In my scenario access to an ethereum client was locked down to only allow access from the cluster IP address. [Read More]