Blaine Osepchuk over on dev.to has an interesting counterpoint to Uncle Bob’s rip on the Atlantic’s article concerning software in safety critical usages. It is a good read and makes… Read More »Any interesting piece on the state of the the software industery.
Double down Friday! Another good article about learning Vim in 4 weeks…not saying I -will-, just saying you -can-.
If you are so inclined to be a vim uber like James LaChance ;). https://medium.com/@peterxjang/how-to-learn-vim-a-four-week-plan-cd8b376a9b85
Sometime we take the most basic of things for granted. Stable dependable internet, phone system, traffic control, having more than 50cents a day for food. Even with a mountain of… Read More »When you think you have it rough…this person learned programming, solo, in rural Uruguay.
I’ve always had a soft spot for visualizations. Info-graphics, animations, the the like. One specific tool I came across years back is Gource. Finally got around to writing a wrapper… Read More »Package release announcement. Auto-Gourcer (Repository visualizer)
Eric Elliott wrote on Medium about the fear of change and how to build high velocity development teams. If you read nothing else this week. Read there article here.
Preface: I am a huge supporter of containerized distributed applications. It give me all sorts of nerd good feelings. One of the biggest arguments for containerization of applications is that… Read More »Is the argument of ‘application portability’ a valid one for containerization?
A corner stone of the IT/Dev career field is this: ‘never stop learning’. I like to expand on it and include ‘When you stop learning, your start becoming worthless’. While… Read More »Another month, another set of continuing education courses.