Today’s links look at Google Cloud’s new generative AI products, coming back to coding after an extended period away, and how we can measure developer productivity.
Author: Richard Seroter
Today’s links look at why the chat interface isn’t the ideal option for AI, the wrong way to migrate firewall rules to the cloud, and how Lyft improved their streaming data pipelines.
Today’s links look at generative AI for the busy executive, taking better work breaks, and why microservices aren’t always the answer.
Today’s links look at generative AI terminology, how to not use “they” to give generic feedback, and improving your test automation posture.
Today’s links look at how Lyft does continuous deployments, best practices for prompt engineering with LLMs, and why people don’t speak up at work about problems.
Today’s links (issue 100!) look at fighting cynicism, saying “no” more often, and how AI is helping Google engineers do their work.
Today’s links look at what a “monolith” really is, how to fix your lift-and-shift cloud mistakes, and how to be happy ALL THE TIME.
Today’s links look at multicloud apps, how to fix “software rot”, and how to handle stateful workloads in Kubernetes.
Today’s links look at whether “best in class” means a wider failure domain, a risk with serverless, and how Pinterest’s platform does background jobs.
Today’s links look books and articles about secure systems, the landscape of AI code generators, and everything you need to know to start a Go project.