One year and one month apart pic.twitter.com/f2URDOVFm2
The UK used to have more electric vehicles than anywhere else in the world: A fleet delivering local, organic produce on a next-day/subscription model, with payment after delivery, zero single-use plastics, and daily recycling pickups. pic.twitter.com/4BsxefcEvH
Kubernetes could benefit from a "Rails" moment. ie Embracing convention over configuration. The real power of Kubernetes won't be revealed through complex configuration, rather it will be revealed by how simply you can get stuff done.
Is a service mesh essentially aspect-oriented programming for distributed systems?
"Building more roads to prevent congestion is like a fat man loosening his belt to prevent obesity" ~Lewis Mumford (1955) pic.twitter.com/g1AdHSZ3r4
Most roadmaps are setting up their product teams to fail. That's because, even today, most roadmaps still follow the dreaded *timeline roadmap* format 😱 And here's why that sucks. THREAD 👇
I argue in the @Telegraph that Boris Johnson's prorogation of parliament violates both basic constitutional principles and fundamental tenets of conservatism. Key points for those of you frustrated by the paywall: THREAD (1/12) telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019…
PM is an awesome job: make big decisions about the product, often be the face of it in presentations/meetings, etc. I haven't been one for years now and have since led almost every other function, so I feel like I can share a different perspective freely... PM is the worst job:
On this day in 1995: Windows 95 launched “Start Me Up” was its anthem: pic.twitter.com/lyCt8b2hkk
Hoare Property: h/t @mtnygard “There are two ways to write code: write code so simple there are obviously no bugs in it, or write code so complex that there are no obvious bugs in it.”
Ik wil meer van deze timelapses. Ze geven iets weer van de rotatiesnelheid en de schaal van deze planeet. Aryeh Nirenberg schoot deze timelapse in 2017, met een equatorial tracking mount gericht op de melkweg. 1100 foto's met een 12-seconde interval, en wat software. pic.twitter.com/dzrIuA35VM
The moment when you realize that all your efforts towards microservices don't have so much impact as desired due to the monolith frontend. Nice to see that @ManningBooks is filling this gap (manning.com/books/micro-fr…) cc @fakod #microfrontends #independentsystemsarchitecture
Still relevant. pic.twitter.com/mZBgw0lEBT
Pull requests are the de facto standard workflow, but an inefficient one. In trunk-based development, everyone commits on master, unfinished features are hidden by flags, and code reviews are per-commit. It sounds appalling, but it makes sense dev.to/shubhamjain/th…
Using ITIL for microservices architectures, deployments and operations. pic.twitter.com/Tp61ZrcvLo
I've said it before, but this article from @matthewpskelton and @manupaisable really is a mandatory read for all software delivery team leaders -> "Forget monoliths vs. microservices. Cognitive load is what matters." buff.ly/2IXapsT Trust me, you'll be nodding along...
It's official: putting the Facebook Like button on your website makes you a joint data controller under the GDPR. In other words, you're liable for FB gathering and transmitting the date to itself after you deploy the Like button. Webmasters beware! theregister.co.uk/2019/07/29/…
Superb article on the rewriting of Slack desktop app to use React and Redux, in a more functional oriented style, resulting in 50% less memory usage. twitter.com/felixrieseberg…
There are two hard problems in distributed systems: causal consistency and maintaining internal wiki pages.
This thread (starting here) makes for a remarkable story. twitter.com/Foone/status/1…
2019 Audi E-Tron Takes Charge Among New EVs - Consumer Reports consumerreports.org/hybrids-e…
moral of the story: don't write the message loop yourself, you'll *definitely* do it wrong twitter.com/clemensv/statu…
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