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Thinking of consolidating your stash of batch scripts onto a platform? You might not realize that LOV…
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10 things blockchain isn’t – Hacker Noon
“10 things blockchain isn’t” by Jack Dossman
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There’s efficient coding, and then there’s writing a mouse-driven paint program in 16 bytes, or a full Tetris clone…
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This is what people don’t tell you about coding : that 99% of your time is spent alone, fingers primed on the keybo…
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If you want to get into using microcontrollers, this is a great way to do it.
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PhantomJS was so slow that it made programming near-unbearable. Now it's gone, so we have chromedriver instead and…
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When you're overqualified for the job
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some of the original notes on Conway's game of life, written out on a typewriter. they are so beautiful and endeari…
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Empathy is Code Deep - Speaker Deck
Slides for my keynote 'Empathy is Code Deep' at 2018
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Hey, I have a podcast, and I hate missing out….
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I understand the sentiment behind "don't complain if you're not willing to fix it yourself", but in practice it wil…
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“Even though Docker downloads layers in parallel, building the image from those layers is sequential. Fortunately,…
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Fun and useful way to showcase the power that has below the surface. The future of software is incredible.…
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"Linkerd 2.0’s data plane is comprised of ultralight Rust proxies which consume around 10mb of RSS and have a p99…
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"Decorating" your links on AMP pages to keep user session across AMP cache (aka Google serving your content) and yo…
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1041969588978819072
If there is a racing metaphor for software product delivery, it would be a marathon, not a sprint…
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27 days ago
Stacking the Bricks: My magic response to "Hey, can I pick your brain?"
This is a legit genius response habit for "can I pick your brain" inquiries
nice one & h/t
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1041722307411099648
Leading off the second day of our Software Leadership Summit will be David Copeland, who's talking about Growing an…
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1041659583087947776
I wanted to share a long-standing practice we’ve used to make it easier to organize, plan, and estimate upcoming wo…
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(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1041615504862076928
A lot of things about Docker are mysterious, but this is a nice straightforward explanation of the Union File Syste…
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Want to learn along with me? Each week I'll take you along on my journey as I scour the internet to learn more abo…
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Coverband 2.0.2 live production code coverage. Perf fix for larger codebases, filestore fix, pure rack web (d…
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Essentially, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was home-cooked. It arose out of one of the most mundane domestic circ…
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how hard i think it’ll be to fix a bug vs. how hard it really is
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Presented without comment…
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RT : Bloom filters can very quickly answer variations on the yes/no question “is this item in the set?”, like “have I se…
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I tried to clarify this master-slave thing in a blog post, hoping that this is the final word and discussion about…
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Episode 1 is available now! In our inaugural episode, Sam and Sean discuss the difficulties in asynchronous backgro…
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Learn how work on large applications while keeping your sanity at my talk, "Growing Applications and Ta…
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If your 'unexpected listening ports' check alerted on port 16385 for Linode machines recently, here's why:…
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"To Grok a Mockingbird"

Using recursive combinators to enhance functional composition
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To Grok a Mockingbird
"To Grok a Mockingbird"

Using recursive combinators to enhance functional composition
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I could refer you at Toptal, if that interests you, not sure about the current openings but I can che…
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git-ninja - I like to call it a "git file (on how to become a git ninja)", since I'm not...
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About to drop a delicious new episode of the podcast! If you're not subscribed WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!
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Time doesn't exist in decentralized systems. Stop thinking you can perform safe actions based on time.

At best yo…
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In early 2017, an unsigned and undated memo circulated among senior officials in the Trump Administration. It accus…
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figure out what your manager is great at
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Today's exercise:
a) Follow this thread, read the papers he links.
Seriously look at why we don't have more computi…
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For the parents out there, makes awesome crates of fun. The boy loves his koala crate every month. We p…
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An intelligent article on a difficult topic. Whilst I understand the point about looking to the future, we all have…
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“The patient immediately knew something had gone terribly wrong. He reported hearing a buzzing sound, which was lat…
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The CEO of that “endure immense pressure at work for 60h/week for 5+ years” didn’t seem to endure even the mild pre…
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“Every company has some unfixable pieces of broken product, process, technology, or culture. And then one day, some…
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The Winnie-the-Pooh books had unintended consequences that pleased neither A. A. Milne or Christopher Robin:…
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John Ousterhout gets it. We need something like apoptosis in software.
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Let me tell you about the engineer who went heads down for 4-5 months building dependency injection for golang and…
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8 weeks ago
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Notice that the Node ecosystem breaks every single one of these rules.
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Picked up 's book on Statically Typed Function Programming. Interested to see what…
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Untitled (https://leanpub.com/outsidefp)
Picked up 's book on Statically Typed Function Programming. Interested to see what…
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more : using git reflog to recover from git disasters
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“Every one of us has the awesome power of the greatest computers in human history in our pockets and at our desks.…
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Basically, you defer fetching the N+1 until you have all of the ids you're going to need to fetch. So…
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Have you read ’ post and/or podcast-interview about “the modular monolith”? It’s a pretty gr…
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The most sublime explanation of the USA Green Party ever provided by any human being -- "Deez Nutz with a travel bu…
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Usually thermal or low-battery throttling, kernel_task will eat up a core and lower the clock speed simulta…
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Kernel_task is a sort of catch all for things, but more often than not (for me at least) it’s Photos. Do yo…
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1. In this thread, I pull out the interesting facts I learned from the incredible Energy and Civilization by Vaclav…
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9 weeks ago
When MySQL Goes Away
What an interesting post. I wish someone write the same about ruby and mysql2
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Finding where STDOUT/STDERR debug messages are coming from
A tiny blog post to help you hunt down stray "puts" messages in your Ruby app:
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In Rails, caching is for turning a ~250 millisecond response into a ~75 millisecond response. It is NOT for turning…
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A bootable ISO image containing a playable game, that fits in a tweet. (I didn’t say it was a good game.)…
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This is harder than the professional certifications! I got 9 but missed things as easy as VPC...
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CSS Zen Garden is the long-lasting example of how CSS can drastically change the same website, with slightly differ…
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We're starting to put more work into our company blog, so I wrote about an experiment I tried a few months…
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Rob Pike on the genesis of Go: "Did the C++ committee really believe that was wrong with C++ was that…
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“Python has done pretty well for 28 years without this functionality.” But we engineers can't resist tinkering with…
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Pressuring developers to work overtime is unequivocally one of the biggest problems in the software industry.

But……
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read this on LeBron's school. then read it again. This is incredible, man. and doesn't appear to be one of those ce…
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About a year ago I made an off by one error in memory allocation in some C. I only know this because today I encoun…
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