Proud Slackers, Deep Work, & More…
The dev digest returns this week with tales of slackers, quitters, and victims. But it’s not all bad! We’ve also got links to the best tutorials and insights the web has to offer. Settle in. This week’s dev digest is a good one.
- The team behind Windows 95 was full of proud slackers
- WannaCry attacks continue, simply because companies aren’t patching systems
- Spring Boot allows you to set up profiles for different properties files in dev, test, and production environments
- Don’t use the scanner class for keyboard inputs in Java. At the very least, don’t close it.
- Machine learning is increasingly important. A good place to start learning ML is with TensorFlow and ML tutorials for existing devs
- How Azure Key Vault protects sensitive patient records in healthcare applications
- The key to a great development career is deep work – no interruptions
- Successful people are always reading books to learn and improve. Here’s a list of 7 books that successful people read to improve their lives
- An oldie but a goodie – this decade-old article on why good developers leave your company, and what you can do about it
Tips from Intertech
- Learn about Kotlin and why Android is supporting it in our new post.
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