How to check if a domain name is available to be registered using Elixir and the DNSimple API.
After a few years of running our previous API in production, it no longer fit our domain management automation vision. This is the story of how we evolved the API to support our product vision.
In this talk transcript you'll discover why Go was so important to us and why it was used to guide the development design decisions.
We use Stunnel to provide secure encryption to our redis instances. Recently we embarked on a voyage deep down the rabbit hole in order to fix an elusive error. This is the story of how fixed it.
A step by step guide to successfully make your first DNSimple API call from Elixir.
How to escape the anti-pattern of building packages from source in Chef Cookbooks.
What's the difference between `#to_i` and `#to_int`? How to sum two value objects? Let's learn Ruby Coercion Protocols in depth.
The steps that we are taking to simplify and ship faster projects with less CSS.
As part of the development of the DNSimple API v2 we introduced HTTP fixtures as a way of testing behavior across multiple clients. Here is how it works.
Ruby has powerful protocols to coerce a type into another one. We'll learn how to take advantage of this mechanism to make our code open for extension.
A few months ago we released the DNSimple Slack app. This is how we built it and the challenges we faced.
How to use basic troubleshooting theory to debug your code, your infrastructure, or your malfunctioning computer or router at home.
What is and what makes a good Value Object? Learn how to implement their fundamental purposes and properties.
Ruby primitives are so powerful that we use them everywhere in our code, even when we shouldn't. Learn how to overcome this kind of maintenance problems.
Effective monitoring and alerting can be difficult; here is how we handle it at DNSimple.
Ready to automate your domain management? This post will walk you through connecting to the DNSimple API and performing basic domain operations with the official DNSimple Go API Client.
Lessons learned from a recent bug in our code, caused by nil not being handled as proper value.
David shows off some examples of the newly updated DNSimple cookbook.
Instructions to deploy a static-generated site (Jekyll, Nanoc, ...) to Amazon CloudFront or S3 using Travis.
We operate DNSimple across 5 data centers, this post covers some of the challenges we face, how we handle them today, and what the future may hold.
In this article I will try to explain the technical reason behind the ALIAS record and important limitations of the CNAME record you need to know.
An overview of how we switched the implementation of our redirector from Ruby to Go.