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Heavy focus on Python’s asyncio this week. Also, one of the best books of the
NOTE: This week you’ll have async, cooking, software architecture. Expect a
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Note: this webpage seems unusually slow, but it will eventually load. I learnt of this technique by Michael Nygard (of
fame) a long time ago (even before ThoughtWorks
and applied it sparingly. Have been using it hardly lately, and it’s good in the
short term, let’s see how it fares with time.
Communication across teams is hard. Wernher von Braun had a system at NASA, and
its breakage may have been linked with later failures. But that’s not important,
the important part is how you could apply something similar in your
As a generalist, this has been such an encouraging read. Also, the choice and
point of view of the example stories (even if I had already read them elsewhere)
was much better than any other book. Highly recommended.
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