Summer is here, and I have mixed feelings about that. I love when everything is bright, and the sun is shining. However, hay fever and bees are not high on my popular list. But, the pros outweigh the cons :D
I've managed to read some articles in June and here are some I found interesting. Hope you find something you enjoy and have a great summer.
TLDR; The Internet of Things is the extension of Internet connectivity into physical devices and everyday objects.
TLDR; Check out DistroTest.net
TLDR; The article goes through the steps on how to accomplish this through Google's Activity Controls
TLDR; But for now, everything we know about 5G networks tells us that there's no reason to be alarmed. After all, there are many technologies we use every day with a substantially higher measurable risk. And as Dr Novella says, "With 5G the hazard is low—but non-zero—and the actual risk appears to be zero. We've picked up no signal in the real world."
TLDR; It's easy to crack password people create themselves
TLDR; VPN providers say that they are not logging data, but they probably are.
TLDR; Eric Lundgren built an electric car out of recycled batteries that broke the world record for electric vehicle range. He's also going to prison.
TLDR; Arguments like happiness, productivity and profit are some reasons why a business should allow employees working remotely
- Define the development process, tooling, etc
- Build the foundations for good documentation
- Define and enforce coding standards and guidelines
- Setup static analysis tools to detect code smells early
- Automated tests suite
- Development environment
- The Delivery Pipeline
- Extra: Look for automation opportunities
TLDR; "Soft skills" sounds less important than "tech skills". "Soft skills" can imply that these skills are easier than "hard skills". Let's swap the "soft skills" terminology for "core skills."
- Be curious. Always learn new things. Learning publicly is even better.
- Be patient and perseverant. Hard work always pays off.
- Be creative and proactive. Take the lead of topics and keep the big picture in mind.
- Be egoless. Don't make fun of others, accept criticisms with kindness.
- Know how to communicate. Listen to others and learn how to be understood.
- Help others. You'll be more trustworthy.
- Be organized. Don't be late. Know what to do and when to do it.
- Lead by example
- Listen first, talk last
- Don't take sides
- Pull your weight and even more
- Take responsibility
- Keep developing your leadership skills
TLDR; Instead of waiting for your next job, raise or promotion to do your best work, but focus on the current one. Develop and long-term (5+ years) goals.
TLDR; Document daily and weekly your goals and progress.
TLDR; The title says is it all, consistency is key.