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How We Moved Our API From Ruby to Go and Saved Our Sanity

Charity Majors, Engineer at Parse

Learn how we improved our reliability by an order of magnitude by moving from Ruby to Go.

Moving our API From Ruby to Go, the Video

It was awesome to see how many of you were interested in our recent blogpost on moving our API stack from Ruby to Go. In fact, it’s one of our most visited and commented on posts, ever. We also blogged about some of the libraries we used. Earlier this month, Parse engineer Abhishek Kona spoke about…

Submit Your Questions for Ask Parse Anything

Last month, we took on your questions covering pricing, Cloud Code, data storage and more in the June edition of Ask Parse Anything.  Now, we’re taking your thoughts and ideas for the July installment! Submit here until 11:59 PM PDT on Friday, July 24th, and visit us on Friday, July 31st to view our responses….

How I Built Linkmoji in an Hour (and made over 100k emoji links)

This is a personal story written by Eric Nakagawa, Parse Developer Advocate, about his side-project linkmoji. linkmoji is built on Parse. linkmoji is hosted on the free tier and currently uses less than half the 30 req/s available! This story was originally published on Medium. While hanging out at my neighborhood public library this week, I built linkmoji, a…

Parse Loves Go

Recently, we shared our story on moving our stack from Ruby to Go over the course of the last two years. This week, a few of us are attending Gophercon 2015 to bond with our fellow gophers. In this post you’ll find a quick roundup with details on a few of the libraries and tools…

Ask Parse Anything – June Edition Is Here!

Our developer advocates take on your questions covering pricing, feature requests, Cloud Code, push notifications, data storage, and much more! The Questions: Can you guarantee that prices won’t go up? (0:19) Do you have any plans for autoscaling? (e.g. short-time high request rate) (0:31) Is there an automated way for me to update my Xcode…