Developer Anger, 30 Years of MS-DOS, & More…
Another week, another batch of interesting links and funny jokes to get you through to the weekend. This week, we get a little emotional in the professional advice section, make some mistakes in the dev tips section, and reminisce in the top stories.
- RedHat Linux is behind a lot of enterprise deployments. What does the new IBM acquisition (the largest acquisition of a software company ever) mean for the future of open source and Red Hat?
- Microsoft is making MS-DOS open source, 30 years later
- Object oriented programming is an important paradigm for developers to know. Here are ten concepts you should be familiar with
- Dev-Oops! Common DevOps mistakes and anti-patterns, exposed
- What is Spring Boot and why is it catching on so quickly?
- Lots of companies are using microservices, buy what are the pros and cons?
- Good API documentation is key to effective collaboration, so learn how to write it well
- From junior to senior: understanding the typical software dev career ladder is the key to climbing it
- Are you putting in clock hours or good hours on your projects? Grinding it out is counterproductive, but one hour where you’re rested and focused can be a breakthrough
- We don’t often talk about the emotional side of being a programmer, but we should. Coding can bring frustration, exhilaration, exhaustion, epiphanies, despair, and sometimes anger – dealing with those emotions is important
Tips from Intertech
- Mark Root teaches you how to get started building mobile apps with Nativescript
- We’ve got a new post on the recent resurgence of functional programming
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