Host Ken Rimple and Co-Host Sujan Kapadia bring this weeks’ dev news to the table: Rust, Radical Candor, virtual jam sessions, and more.
- Get your ETE 2021 tickets for only $89: an incredible value for speakers like Alan Kay, Kent Beck, Ada Rose Cannon, Jess Kerr, and more.
- Linux turns 30, and Chariot is hosting Nithya Ruff, chair of the Linux Foundation, to talk about open source. Registrations are open for this free event on March 18th.
- Mac utility Homebrew finally gets native Apple Silicon and M1 support
- Accused Jersey murderer wins right to check source code of DNA testing kit used by police. This reminds Ken of the Annie Dookhan case.
- Virtually jam with strangers (who are less than 500 miles away)
- Stanford University opens their iOS/Swift curriculum
- How They SRE – A curated collection of publicly available resources on how technology and tech-savvy organizations around the world practice Site Reliability Engineering (SRE).
- Rust forms its own foundation, and Mozilla gives it a warm welcome
- Speaking of Rust, another plug for ETE: here are some speakers we had on Rust from previous years, as the language was in its nascent. Carol Nichols’ talk, Rust: A Language for the Next 40 Years and Steve Klabnik’s Rust in Production
- Is it just an excuse for being a jerk, or is it legit? Ken talks about Radical Candor, a new framework for effective engineering management
- Beautify your CLI! Building Rich terminal dashboards
- Sujan waxes poetic about data partitioning and analyzes Spotify’s Wrapped 2020, the company’s largest Dataflow job to date
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