I remember when we delivered software on floppy disks, it was quite different back then… In today’s market, we don’t deliver software as a product anymore; we deliver software as a service… We need to change how we do things, one step at a time.
Mass collaboration is becoming the key to solving our big shared problems; this collaborative problem-solving resides in the core of Open Source.
Open Source has given us innovative solutions to many different problems; it is enhancing our collaboration capabilities in ways we could have never imagined.
I wanted to share this GitHub blog post that lists some of the most impactful open source projects aimed to track, understand, and respond to COVID-19.
There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after.
We all have the potential to be adventurous; it doesn’t have to be an epic trip like Bilbo’s, adventure has a lot of different meanings, we just need to find our own, be brave and grow.
There are two types of people in this world: The ones who listen to music while working and the ones who don’t.
There is an actual debate on whether music is good or bad for different types of work and activities and also several studies on this subject. Still, apparently, there is no definite answer, so, why don’t we skip the arguments and just do it if it feels good.
I’m part of the musical kind of developer, I need my music to code, and there are some tunes that just get me in the right mood.
I’m sure there are different strokes for different folks, but I want to share my Dev Tunes discoveries, so let’s make this a series.