Software Defined Culture
Simply using the tools by themselves doesn’t mean you’re going to make the
cultural transformation. 4 guideline for software defined culture:
Reliability, Operability, Observability, Responsibility.
Software Testing Anti-patterns
Take a step back and catalog some high-level testing anti-patterns that
are technology agnostic. Hopefully you will recognize some of these
patterns regardless of your favorite programming language.
Parsing JSON is a Minefield 💣
JSON is the de-facto standard? But how well do you really know JSON?
We’ll read the specifications and write test cases together
Five things that make Go fast
Use Go or not, the article is sound. It dives into how Go store data
structure, make use of CPU cache, inline function, dead code elimination,
and Go routine and more…
Writing An NES Emulator with Rust and WebAssembly
Author wrote the NES emulator with Rust and WebAssembly to learn Rust.
It’s not perfect and have some audio bugs, but it’s good enough to play
Super Mario bros. Learn Rust and NES both at same time.
Union Types in Flow & Reason
The author refactored more of code to use union types then noticed that
our bundle size has been steadily increasing! Why so? We’ll start with a
problem which union types can solve, then examine the cost.
7 Basic Rules for Button Design
I love button. Who doesn’t like ability to push and let it does the thing.
The author review seven basic principles you need to know to create effective
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