Here are 10 excellent points by the engineering team at Wootric for shipping better code, including workflows, testing, and deployment. We do wish that 2017 will be fine, really!
Zach Holman gives an insightful perspective on the benefits of adopting openness in the organizational side of companies. Read the post to know what openness can bring to your company when it comes to recruitment, employees ramp-up time and guidance.
One of the most under-engineered components of software projects that can massively affect shipping is development environments. Matt Sumner from Thoughtbot team goes into the shell internals they recently adopted to improve the setup of their Rails applications. Spoiler alert: Lots of emoji!
Open AI is a non-profit working on a very exciting AI research. In this post Greg Brockman talks about his journey in the past 2 years that shaped his role being a CTO who codes.
Semantic Versioning is quite popular in the software world. It made it easier to handle dependency management and communicate how stable or unstable a release is. Brandon Gillespie writes on how semantic versioning is about the software development world before always-on continuous software delivery systems and how it may be hurting more than it helps.
This is a short concise piece by Job van der Voort. He writes on how to work asynchronously, keeping a single source of truth and how to avoid management overhead and communicate.
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