From the Chariot Blog
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- Virtual Threads and thread per request in Java – what’s old is new again! We loved this extremely well-written post by Brian Goetz that goes into detail about virtual threads in Java.
- Stop storing your keys in source control! Toyota learns a tough lesson
- Functional Programming in Scala: Second Edition has been published (shout out to the author, our friend Michael Pilquist)
- Big changes to Akka licensing
- SourceGraph gets a new Head of Engineering, and it’s Steve Yegge emerging from retirement
- And, sidenote, one of Steve Yegge’s iconic blog posts we both love, “Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns“
- The forgotten OS keeping NYC’s subway system alive
- 7 cool HTML elements that nobody uses (OK, the meter one is pretty cool)
- JetBrains Fleet is FINALLY here
- Want cleaner code? Use the Rule of Six
Producer note: This episode took place on October 13th, 2022 at 11:30PM. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with all our new tech content.