The End of URLs, 20 Years of Open Source, & More…
Welcome to October and to another edition of the dev digest. The leaves are starting to change and technology is always changing. So, we’ve put together the best links to stay on top of what’s going on in the world of software and web development. Dig in!
- A team at Google is working on a way to get rid of URLs and replace them with something better
- Dropbox has a new initiative aimed at using machine intelligence to give knowledge workers fewer distractions and more space to focus
- 20 years in, open source is more popular than ever. What’s in store for the next 20 years of open source?
- Apps written in Google’s Go language can run on Azure using Visual Studio Code
- Strategy vs. factory: why these design patterns get confused and what’s the difference?
- Learn Docker with these 10 free courses
- Jeff Bezos’ words of wisdom: “If you want to be right, change your mind often.”
- Imagining how the work will go is very different from actually doing the work
- A process for making software architecture decisions by consensus
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- We have a new case study featuring the work we did for the Menta Group, a national network of schools
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