Tags: web-review, coaching, ai, tech, refactoring, machine-learning, webgpu, static-analyzer, programming, criticism, web, c++, agile, internet, rust, psychology, gpu, barcode, vulkan, neural-networks, state, war, browser, 3d, java
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-10.
Tags: tech, internet, war
This would indeed be a very slippery slope…
Tags: tech, state, agile, coaching
Article in French
Excellent article in French from one of the most influential people of the agile community in France. He delivers an interesting story about how state agencies started to apply some of the agile values and principles but how unfortunately this wave is already receding.
Tags: tech, ai, machine-learning, neural-networks
At last we might wake up from the “deep learning alone can solve every problems” fantasy. Looking forward to seeing human interactions and symbol manipulation come back in the AI field. Finding ways to pick and mix approaches is essential. Otherwise it’s meant to stagnate and lead to industrial hazards.
Tags: tech, java, c++, static-analyzer
Looks like an interesting static analyzer, I guess I’ll try to use it on a couple of projects.
Tags: tech, web, browser, webgpu, gpu, vulkan, 3d
Interesting introduction into WebGPU. Nice to see it’s not quite Vulkan because some abstraction is needed in the browser (although, of course the approach is similar). There’s also a couple of design choices which are welcome to improve portability.
Now let’s hope it gets stable and widely supported soon.
Tags: tech, web, browser, barcode
We’re really getting everything in the browser these days, even barcode detection.
Tags: tech, programming, rust
Interesting and fair list of pain points around Rust. This is a change from the pure fan boy articles we see most times.
Tags: tech, programming, refactoring
Good primer on refactoring, I especially appreciate the big fat warning about language erosion… the number of times I hear “refactoring” for something which is not a refactoring at all…
Tags: psychology, criticism
Interesting research explained. Apparently it’s more than time to put the catharsis hypothesis to rest.
Bye for now!