Maslow's pyramid of code review | dein.frdein.fr/2015-02-18-maslows-pyramid-of-code-review.html
Maslow's pyramid can help us think about what great code reviews look like.
How to Deal with Difficult People on Software Projectshowtodeal.dev/
Software is easy. People are hard.
What is design debt?thoughtbot.com/blog/what-is-design-debt
What does this look like in the real world? Imagine our team is working on a personal training app that lets users get on-demand virtual training from available trainers. We’ve decided to launch a new feature that also prompts the user to order fitness products. We assume this will be a bonus revenue stream. It makes sense, right? Shouldn’t more opportunities to make money = more money? If our team had done some user interviews and user testing, what we would have actually learned is...
Refrigerate your workspace. Coming soon in 2021
The Coming Software Apocalypse - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/technology/archive/2017/09/saving-the-world-from-code/540393/
A small group of programmers wants to change how we code—before catastrophe strikes.
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blokdots is a simple to use software to build interactive hardware prototypes without a line of code.
People expect technology to suck – kbpskilobitspersecond.com/2020/09/22/people-expect-technology-to-suck/
A few jobs ago, I was helping someone with a small tech issue, standing over their shoulder at their computer. The screen was unbelievably dark; I’m not exaggerating when I say it looked to be near 0% brightness. For all I knew, this person had some vision sensitivity or just a basic personal preference that […]
The Anti-Capitalist Software Licenseanticapitalist.software/
A software license towards a world beyond capitalism.
Against Testing | Hacker Newsnews.ycombinator.com/item
Writing tests (or deleting them, refactoring them, etc.) should always involve a cost/benefit calculation, even if it's a rough mental estimate that's not written down. In particular, that requires answering "How much effort will this test take me to write/debug?", "How much extra confidence will having this test give me?", "What level of confidence do I feel comfortable with?" and "Could I achieve higher confidence spending this effort on something else?".
🌳🚀 CS Visualized: Useful Git Commands - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻dev.to/lydiahallie/cs-visualized-useful-git-commands-37p1
Although Git is a very powerful tool, I think most people would agree when I say it can also be... a... Tagged with git, computerscience, tutorial.
Jitsi.org - develop and deploy full-featured video conferencingjitsi.org/
Free open-source video conferencing for web & mobile. Make a call, launch on your own servers in minutes, integrate into your app, or develop something new
Repl.it - CLUI: Building a Graphical Command Lineblog.repl.it/clui
> “Command line interfaces. Once that was all we had. Then they disappeared, replaced by what we thought was a great advance: GUIs. GUIs…
Don't Just Roll The Diceneildavidson.com/downloads/dont-just-roll-the-dice-2.0.0.pdf
A usefully short guide to software pricing