Via Friend of the Lair ™ Hawaiian Beard, Factorio shares their insights about managing code quality and beekeeping, but mostly managing code quality. The only way to go fast is to go well!
Camille Fournier presents a brilliant list of soft skills for growing engineers. My favorite and the one I struggle with the most: 11. How to give up your baby, that project that you built into something great, so you can do something else
Brandon Smith’s post Write code. Not too much. Mostly functions. is small in size but high in quality, with no artificial fillers, just like a good program should be. Code, like food, has value…Just be aware of your project’s “appetite”: write what needs to be written, and then try not to over-indulge.
Using the “generate scripts” wizard in SSMS, I always have to stop and check my eyes on the last step. Clicking a row in the dropdown performs the action you would expect the button to do. It’s bizarre the form doesn’t use checkboxes or option buttons for picking the output format, since both are already … Continue reading UI Fails #2, SSMS Dropdown Button
Split your codebase, split your teams, create a lot of opportunities for mediocre coders to grow into mediocre engineering managers, everybody was happy. Including your hardware vendor, because suddenly you needed much more hardware to run the same workloads… The feedback cycle is truly broken – testing a microservice is merely testing a cog in a … Continue reading Cloud Skeptic #0
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