Merry Christmas, to everyone! Despite of holidays, I’ve found bunch of tweets, which you would probably like to read or comment. If no, just tweet better than authors of current release! So it’s time for #GeekListener v.9. Let’s start!
Microservices are in trend and Dan Woods knows this.
Definitely Dan means that little fishes which live in Amazon River. And I still want to know what is better microservices vs monolithic.
Do you know as much about spam as Rey Rey Bethinks knows?
Browsing your spam folder can be a source of rare delight pic.twitter.com/GIzlg73Qzs
— John Daily (@macintux) December 23, 2015
I think this email should get a personal Oscar in a “Nice try, man” nomination.
Shitty code on the radar!
I am going to pitch "How to get away with shitty code" to ABC, wish me luck.
— Slava Egorov (@mraleph) December 23, 2015
Vyacheslav, the only one way to get rid of shitty code is to eliminate a reason of its production. But I’m afraid, that developers would be against of this =)
Briefly about a machine learning
Today they study but tomorrow will work instead of you.
How recruiters match candidate’s skills with job requirements.
I see you are good in Java, OO, FP, DDD & BDD but unfortunately you only have experience of Spring 4.1.9 and we use Spring 4.2.4. Sorry!
— DDD Borat @DDD_Borat@mastodon.social (@DDD_Borat) December 27, 2015
Repost this post if you think so too!
If you like this digest, you can read the previous #GeekListener v.8!
A study is always hard.
A few hours into a Java coding session, I have about 40 tabs open and I’m running a decompiler. If you don’t hear from me, send help.
— Tero Parviainen (@teropa) December 29, 2015
Tero, when I learned Java browser didn’t have tabs! So you are lucky =)
A little about a programmer’s holidays:
things you do during the Christmas holidays: fix all the computer devices of your household
— Patrick Debois – @firstname.lastname@example.org (@patrickdebois) December 29, 2015
Patrick, you forgot to mention explanations of how that app works…
Thanks to readers for reading, thanks to writers for writing!
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|Reference:||#GeekListener v.9 from our JCG partner Alexey Zvolinskiy at the Fruzenshtein’s notes blog.|