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John Zaccone

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A Docker Captain and a Software Engineer at Ippon Technologies who likes getting things to market faster. Specializing in agile, microservices, containers, automation, REST, devops.

Thought Leadership at Ippon

One of the best parts about being an engineer at Ippon is the investment that Ippon puts into growing the skills of its employees. We are given the opportunities to become experts in different fields and technologies. As we grow and become experts we are encouraged to publicize our expertise

GraphQL for the Win

GraphQL is a powerful query language for APIs that gives the clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more. GraphQL makes it easier to evolve APIs without the need for introducing new versions. In GraphQL, every request is a POST request to a single endpoint:

Global Mentor Week Success

We just wrapped up Global Mentor Week with Docker in Richmond, VA! Docker enthusiasts huddled around tables at the Ippon Technologies office in Richmond, VA to get hands-on with docker during Global Mentor Week. The event was greatly successfully with a good turnout. It was cool to participate in a

Docker Engine 1.11: Understanding Runc

The release of Docker 1.11 is the first time that the Docker Engine is compliant with the OCI specification. What is OCI? The Open Container Initiative (OCI) is an open governance project for the purpose of creating open industry standards around container formats and runtime. Container technologies have seen

Microservices and Modularity

There is a lot of “buzz” surrounding microservices, and it seems that everyone has a slightly different definition of the term. I prefer to think of microservices as a group of small autonomous services that work together. Services evolve, operate, and are deployed independently of each other, but a group