#Microservices are just a different type of modules. If you don‘t get modularization right, microservices won‘t fix that.
It’s illegal for Uber & Lyft to pickup at SFO’s arrivals level, so they pickup at departures. This has made congestion so bad, there’s now a sign encouraging drop-offs to go to arrivals. So now departures go to arrivals & arrivals go to departures because tech fixes everything.
The person using your software doesn't care which framework you used. But they do care that you solve their problem. So use whatever it takes to create fast, working, maintainable solutions that adapt to change. Code for people, not to impress other devs with your skills.
I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of infomercials and then asked it to write an infomercial of its own. Here is the first page. pic.twitter.com/4jDje0gjxk
You’ve registered for #ALE18, the fever is rising, you just don’t know how to bridge the time until August 22? Or you simply want to continue your travel preparations? Here’s an overview of what to do in preparation of #Agile #Lean #Europe 2018: agilelean.eu/registration/c…
My product-nerd-friend @atheus...hey you should post a thread of some drawings. Here goes: 1. The classic “here’s why you do incremental delivery” drawing ... aka “how not to dig a deep hole”. Yet legacy budgeting practices encourage one/not other #prodmgmt #ux #design @atheus pic.twitter.com/LaBgZ0zHge
What kinds of monitoring solutions are available to check the health of your microservices? Peter Arijs explains what you should be looking for, and goes over the different types of service checks. jaxenter.com/monitoring-mic…
I cannot think of anyone in technology who feels confident on the topic of post-incident review that shouldn’t read this. Come on folks, you’ve read denser and less important papers than this... twitter.com/ubergeekgirl/s…
“Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project.” — #Agile Manifesto So... a tiny challenge. Biz ppl and developers literally speak a different language. It takes a minor miracle not to let the language barrier forever cloud the relationship
“Everybody just downloads precompiled binaries from random websites. Often without any authentication or signature. You don’t need to exploit any security hole anymore. Just build a container, and have people load your malicious binary to their network.” vitavonni.de/blog/201503/20…
“Sustainable shortest lead time, best quality and value (to people and society), most customer delight, high morale, safety.” Note the balancing forces (sustainable vs. time, throughput vs. value, value and quality, etc.) #leanthinking #lean #agile pic.twitter.com/nuPHgFpe91
Apple, Spurned by Others, Signs Deal With Volkswagen for Driverless Cars nyti.ms/2GITM0E
Carsharing Market Analysis: Growth and Industry Analysis movmi.net/carsharing-mar…
Victoria @doubletree announces #mystaymycar program which allows hotel guests to use an environmentally-friendly #vehicle during their stay, for $20 per night. The #EVs are innovative single passenger vehicles by @ElectraMecc. bit.ly/2IU8Ldm #carsharing #sharedmobility pic.twitter.com/Tvldp0GLVG
🙋♀️ Are you curious about using Machine Learning in the browser? I took a basic TensorFlow.js example, put a neat graph on it and commented every line of code, so you can play with it!! 💥 hello-tensorflow.glitch.me pic.twitter.com/UzBWPu3cU0
I used to think "I know a technical solution to that problem." Now I added "... and I see the organizational and cultural problems that keep you from implementing it."
Behind every dangerous and unmaintainable codebase is a set of human problems that was never properly solved. Behind every codebase that is a joy to work with, you will find an unbroken chain of skillful human interactions all the way from the coder to the customer, and beyond.
“The most striking aspect is just how stable the top ten languages are. Other aspects that stand out are the rapid decline in Perl, the stabilisation of Ruby and the ascent of Swift.” redmonk.com/fryan/2018/03/…
Great @InfoQ reporting from @_srgds -> "Package Containing Malicious Backdoor Makes its Way into NPM" buff.ly/2IC6cNf Some of the key takeaways for me include the need to audit dependencies, and also lock the versions (even automatic minor updates).
Two scientists walk into a bar. "I'll have H2O," says the 1st. "I'll have H2O, too," says the 2nd. Bartender gives them water because he is able to distinguish the boundary tones that dictate the grammatical function of homonyms in coda position, as well as pragmatic context.
This all-weather bicycle highway could fulfill the dreams of bike commuters everywhere inhabitat.com/this-all-weath…
Nice editorial on Audi on demand Singapore. myaudiworld.sg/stories/news/a…
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