Tags: web-review, hr, design, attention-economy, history, career, rust, life, philosophy, tech, uml, refactoring, kernel, social-media, bindings, architecture, tech-lead, linux, xp, management, team, diagrams, surveillance
I’m back from Akademy, it was a blast I was glad to be there and meet people in person again. Now let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-40.
Tags: tech, social-media, surveillance, attention-economy
The most addictive and also tracking you everywhere it can (unsurprisingly). Toxicity at its highest.
Tags: tech, rust, bindings
This should hopefully ease the pain of mixing Rust with other languages.
Tags: tech, linux, kernel, rust
This is definitely a big deal both for the kernel and for Rust.
Tags: tech, architecture, diagrams
A good list of tools for making diagrams in various situations.
Tags: tech, architecture, design, uml, history
Very interesting post about the history of UML and the MDA approach. Clearly MDA and UML v2 was the beginning of the end for UML. That’s too bad, I find UML still useful for sketching and communication between humans.
Tags: tech, hr, management, career
Interesting career ladder example. I especially like the various dimensions they focus on.
Tags: tech, management, tech-lead, team
Interesting little taxonomy of staff engineer roles. This can help to know from where you’re talking in your organization.
Tags: tech, life, xp, refactoring
Good point, this little wisdom from Kent Beck goes further than just code and refactoring.
Tags: life, philosophy
Although I disagree with some of the examples she summons, I think she indeed has a point.
Bye for now!