Rust by AWS, Saying No, & More…
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- MIT conducted a study of effective software design – here are their findings
- AWS is sponsoring the development of the Rust language, and they released a blog post explaining why
- What metrics should you track if application speed is a priority?
- Chrome Dev Tools has a lot of neat features built-in, including some you may not know about
- When you execute a SQL query, in what order does the database resolve it?
- Here’s a useful template for non-technical users filing bug reports that make them easier to diagnose and fix
- What to do when DRY code isn’t the best option
- The CTO of Honeycomb makes the case for building a remote team and gives lessons on how to do it
- Learning how to say “no” is important to your projects and career
- An interesting look at how many syscalls popular programming languages make just to print “Hello World” got one programmer thinking about the benefits of dynamic languages
Tips from Intertech
- From a business perspective, the benefits of mobile-first design can be huge. In this guide, we cover the key principles you need to be thinking about to stay ahead of the competition