A collection of 16 articles
Team Topologies: a review
Does your team’s organizational structure make sense for your company? Team Topologies provides a way to think about building teams. This review blends my own experience with the views laid out by the authors.
The Pragmatic Programmer revisited
The Pragmatic Programmer is one of the most influential books in my professional career. With more than seven new years of experience since my first reading, I re-read the book to compare it to my journey as a software professional.
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Reading through the Python standard library
What I learned about the Python standard library by reading all of it and how you can apply those learnings to your own study.
Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture
A review of “Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture”
A Layman's walk through Code
A review of “Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software”
Pretty Perl and maintainability
Perl has a bad reputation of being a “write only language.” There are ways of writing quality Perl code and Perl Best Practices covers many of those ways.
Perl Testing: A Developer’s Notebook
How can you get better at testing in Perl? This post reviews a book that focuses on automated testing in Perl.