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oh yeah, I wrestled up a list of observability best practices. think of it as v1 stab in the direction of what will eventually be standard knowledge. honeycomb.io/blog/2017/11/b…
"The object-oriented version of spaghetti code is, of course, 'lasagna code'. Too many layers." - Roberto Waltman
GitHub introduces security alerts! You can now track vulnerabilities in your dependency graph at the source code level. Extra dope! github.com/blog/2470-intr…
"A good programmer is someone who always looks both ways before crossing a one-way street." - Doug Linder
When people act shady, allow them. When people betray your trust, allow them. But never, ever sink to their level. Their choices are a direct reflection of who they are, not who you are. No matter how angry, hurt, or disappointed you may be, do not allow them to make you bitter.
When you’re fundraising, it’s AI When you’re hiring, it’s ML When you’re implementing, it’s linear regression When you’re debugging, it’s printf()
"California Agile" pic.twitter.com/RMtP2lGyJd
OH at #DOES17: Measure impact, not activity.
"A user interface should be so simple that a beginner in an emergency can understand it within ten seconds." - Ted Nelson
The best technical design advice I've ever received is you will get it wrong, optimize for making your code easy to modify in the future.
Every day my belief gets stronger that retrospectives, team decision making, double-loop learning, verbal communication, all should be thought of as “professional skills” and the fallacious hard/soft-skill dichotomy should be ditched. #agile #xp
“In product development, our greatest waste is not unproductive engineers, but work products sitting idle in process queues” - Donald Reinertsen
“If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.” - Edsger Dijkstra
Take a look inside an Amazon warehouse where 100,000 robots ship 1.6 million packages a day 📦📦📦 pic.twitter.com/wsY5QJY0YM
A Machine Learning algorithm walks into a bar. The bartender asks, "What'll you have?" The algorithm says, "What's everyone else having?"
If you rely on a third-party service you don't control, expect it to fail eventually and plan accordingly (or your strategy is just 'hope'). twitter.com/wimremes/statu…
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