Snap CI Digest - January 2016: Do you have an eBrain or a paper brain?

Posted by Louda Peña

21 January 2016

snap ci digest january 2016

We’re happy to introduce the Snap CI Digest to you. We often get asked what we’re reading or what topics we’re most interested in, so we thought we should also share some of these with you.

@nandopaf @nandopaf

How we ended up with microservices
“Microservices are a thing these days.” Phil Calçado from SoundCloud discusses his journey to microservices.

Why privacy is important, and having “nothing to hide” is irrelevant
Robin Doherty discusses how we’re moving away from a free society

Contempt Culture
Other languages sucked and the people using them were losers - Aurynn Shaw

@pm_suzie @pm_suzie

Always Ship Trunk
Managing change in complex websites - Paul Hammond

How to be a Programmer
An essay doomed to be personal opinion and opinionated on how to begin with programming - Robert L. Read with Community

No, you are not a DevOps Engineer
Let’s get one thing straight. DevOps is not a person… - Mike Kavis

@badrij @badrij

The Resolution of the Bitcoin experiment
Bitcoin is an experiment and like all experiments, it can fail - Mike Hearn

Questions for an Enterprise Architect
What is Enterprise and Evolutionary Architecture? - Erik Dornenburg

Your paper brain and your Kindle brain aren’t the same thing
Neuroscience has revealed that humans use different parts of the brain when reading from a piece of paper or from a screen - T.J. Raphael

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