Federal Cyberattacks, Dropbox Security, & More…
It’s Friday so you know what that means, another fresh dev digest is here. Your weekly dose of the best links from across the web includes a lot of great tips and guides this week. This week’s links range from Kubernetes to code reviews to complacency and everything in between.
- The Federal Government is woefully underprepared for a cyber attack. Wired reports on the state of affairs.
- Security professionals agree that usernames plus passwords aren’t strong enough access controls. What can developers do?
- Learn the release flow used at Microsoft to improve your Git patterns (and anti-patterns).
- The Dropbox Security Team is responsible for securing around 1 exabyte of data, belonging to over half a billion registered users across the world. Learn how they secure all that data.
- Did you know? You can render browser-specific content with only one line of code in React.
- Everything you need to know about code reviews. Why, how, and what to do in a code review.
- What is Kubernetes and how do I start using it?
- The value of a good code review – how they make you and your team better
- Measuring developer productivity is notoriously difficult. Some thoughts on thoughtful measurement.
- The career danger of being complacent as a developer.
- Developer burnout is a very real phenomenon. Here’s how to respond and combat it.