This is cross posted from the 5th birthday celebration series on the GopherAcademy blog. When the UK Government Digital Service started working on GOV.UK, much of it was built in Ruby. Since then, we’ve used a number of different programming …
GOV.UK has used a Content Delivery Network (CDN) since its transition from beta to live in October 2012. When the contract with our first CDN provider came to an end in September 2013, we took advantage of what we'd learned …
Having created a comprehensive set of code tests for the Router (which we'll write about in this series soon) we were reasonably confident that it would do the right job in production. But "reasonably confident" isn't good enough; we wanted …
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