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The dbt issue
There’s a large percentage of dbt in this issue. After all, dbt is invading most job offers in the data space, better get used to it.
On other news, I am now the Data Platform Lead at Typeform. Now I have a few more meetings during work hours. And still, remember that anything I write here are my words and have nothing to do with my employer.
This is not going to tell you which app to use, but how a 30 year old theory (cognitive flexibility theory) explains why and how to use backlinking note taking apps to improve performance in ill-structured domains.
This is a very good idea: use introspection to find what needs to be documented (like arguments in a CLI) and then check that documentation actually exists for them. Particularly easy in Python, but I think it could be done in almost any language.
This was one of the articles we had in our Leadership articles reading club, something we do weekly with some other team leads. It was an interesting approach, but I prefer the learning/evolution approach in Leadership and the One Minute Manager
From AsyncAPI’s director. Read it. And to take off some edge, here’s a joke I saw on twitter:
You know who doesn’t get impostor syndrome? Cats. Not only does every cat know they’re a cat, I think every cat believes firmly, with conviction, that they are the best possible cat, the prime example of a cat, the most cat a cat could be.