The long way through Software Craftsmanship

On private but leaked information in a SaaS

Nov 4, 2019 - 3 minute read - Comments - gitexamplesensitive-informationcodenameuuidtoolboxtoolstealth-modenon-disclosure-agreementsecurity-clearance

This is another tool for your toolbox: how to uncorrelate public and private information. Context Context: there are clients who have sensitive information. Some is just ‘companies being stealth’ (e.g., don’t want to make public until launching), some is just protected by a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), some are protected by security clearance. The more sensitive, the greater protection needed. This tool applies to all sensitive information, regardless of where it’s stored or how it is used.

Self-Study in July 2019

Jul 1, 2019 - 1 minute read - Comments - self-study-aggregationjuly2019apiassemblerbackupbytecodecareer-managementcompensationcontroldiffyencryptionengineering-managerevan-noongolangjavajvmlake-wobegon-strategylocal-datamanagementmanagermeasuremichael-mccunemixpanelparallel-changepeer-reviewperformancepresentationpythonrevealreveal-jsrewritesalaryslideslide-deckslidesharetool

How I use reveal.js This author explains how they use reveal.js. The online editor (slides.com). The author uses plain html for storing the slides. Tags: slide, slideshare, reveal-js, reveal, presentation, slide-deck, michael-mccune Id: 41e287b4-ae15-11e9-9e8a-0242ac110003 Read: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 07:16:33 +0000 All your digital life on a single timeline, stored locally Keep your digital life under your control Tags: backup, local-data, encryption, control Id: 4d115f64-ae17-11e9-bf0e-0242ac110003 Read: Wed, 24 Jul 2019 13:31:11 +0000

Books read in 2019Q2

Jun 30, 2019 - 13 minute read - Comments - bookreading2019Q2self-studyreading-club

Read this quarter: 4 pillars of investment, the; Bernstein; own-it, finance, non-technical Candide; Voltaire; own-it, non-technical, philosophy Simple path to wealth, the; Collins; own-it, non-technical, finance Lagom; Brantmark; own-it, non-technical, philosophy Comment revivre par le jeune; Lützner; own-it, non-technical Educación financiera avanzada desde cero; Hernández; own-it, non-technical, finance Pensiones públicas, la esclavitud de nuestra época; Hernández; non-technical, own-it, finance On the shortness of life; Séneca; own-it, non-technical, philosophy Código del dinero, el; Samsó; own-it, non-technical, finance Más cosas sobre la bolsa; Hernández; own-it, non-technical, finance 4 pillars of investment, the; Bernstein Candide; Voltaire Came across this book as the source for the term ‘Panglossian’ or extreme optimist.

Self-Study in June 2019

Jun 1, 2019 - 2 minute read - Comments - self-study-aggregationjune2019bashborrowing-rulesccomparisoncompilerconcurrencyconsensuscorrectnesscovariancedebugdistributed-consensusdistributed-lockdistributed-programmingefficiencyfencing-mechanismfunction-pointergarbage-collectiongenerich0p3helplanguagelanguage-featurelifetimelifetime-parameterlockmaksym-zavershynskyimartin-kleppmannmonotonic-clockparallellismpersonal-knowledge-basepeter-hoseypointerpointer-arithmeticprogramming-languageredlockredlock-algorithmrustrustonomiconscriptstop-the-worldstringstructtrapvariancewiki

(h0p3’s Wiki) This is a highly customized tiddlyWiki, from h0p3. Tags: wiki, personal-knowledge-base, h0p3 Id: b8b3d973-9611-4180-854a-0242ac110003 Read: Fri, 7 Jun 2019 13:20:26 +0000 Debug bash scripts This article explains how to debug bash scripts using the DEBUG trap. Declares several log levels for the commands Tags: debug, bash, trap, help, script Id: 39f76af4-99ce-48b6-adc1-0242ac110003 Read: Fri, 7 Jun 2019 13:20:26 +0000 Understanding Rust Lifetimes Describes rust lifetimes, lifetime parameters. Compares them to C++ pointers (in the sense they are difficult to learn, but make things explicit).

In Defense of Tooling

May 30, 2019 - 2 minute read - Comments - tooltoolingdave-dunfieldquotecurriculum

A quote (on a curriculum vitae) that I’ve enjoyed: I am a firm believer in the value of tools, and often spend significant time at the beginning of a project developing tools specific to the needs of the project. This always pays off in the long run. I use tools to: Perform tasks not otherwise achievable Automate tedious/repetative processes Simplify steps in the build/debug cycle Eliminate “human error” in scanning, translation etc.

Automatically keeping the intermediate history of your work using git

May 29, 2019 - 2 minute read - Comments - tooltoolboxgitdocumentationspikeautomationmarkermarker-interfaceflowproblemsolution

This is another tool for your toolbox: using git to automatically document your development process (special cases only.) Context When I’m spiking a feature, I usually get in the zone (e.g., Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow), and I can forget my good engineering practices, searching for that desired answer. After a few of those bouts of coding, you realize you’re wandering. You circle around, get lost, get back on track, then get lost again.