2019 Tech Salaries, Boring Code, & More…
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- SEC filings mandated by law show what top tech companies are paying their employees in 2019
- Currently in beta, GitHub Sponsors is a new way to support open source projects and GitHub will match donations 100%
- Dropbox runs millions of automated tests on thousands of builds every day. Their Athena build management system automates rolling back build-breaking commits and quarantining inconsistent tests
- Rust is a low-level language that’s growing in popularity, and Microsoft engineers give a great intro on this new Channel 9 video
- Interested in Kubernetes but not sure how it fits in the big picture? Read these stories of big companies using Kubernetes in various applications
- If someone reads your code and says, “That’s interesting” then that’s a bad sign. You want your code to be boring
- When we talk about habits, we often talk about learning or creating those habits – but in reality habits are always forming from the things we consciously and unconsciously do regularly
- Is obsession with productivity a worthwhile trait? Or, is it keeping us from being present in the moment and enjoying our surroundings? Maybe both.
- Working in software development, especially under a deadline, can be stressful. Here are tips for handling anxiety as a software developer
- For new grads and those early in their career, here’s how to make the most of your first job
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