“If you are a dyed-in-the-wool software developer, you probably don’t need to be convinced to use Git. But even if you aren’t, there are a lot of things you can do with Git that don’t fit the usual mold.”
“In 1993, a Linux engineer found a nonintuitive case with load averages, and with a three-line patch changed them forever from “CPU load averages” to what one might call “system load averages.” His change included tasks in the uninterruptible state, so that load averages reflected demand for disk resources and not just CPUs. ”
A great bit of research explaining not just what “load average” means in general, but how and why Linux load averages are computed differently from other *nix systems.
In a component-oriented application, a suggestion that code should be organized by (more-or-less) stand-alone features, rather than layers of system architecture (authentication, database, ui, api, etc.)
Agorakit is a web based open source “groupware for citizens initiatives” (which i’ve seen @buddypress used for too)…
— David Bisset (@dimensionmedia) August 18, 2017
Indiana Jones & the Nazi Dilemma:
I’ll be in Columbus, OH on 8/26 for my HAIL TO THE CHIN 2017 Book Tour. #HailToTheChin
Reference code in issues (or start a new issue) with embedded code snippets.