Ty Franck (one half of James S.A. Corey) & Wes Chatham ('Amos Burton' on The Expanse) discuss their
Week Notes 22#18 (3 mins read).
What happened in the week of 2022-05-02?
This week we’re joined by Lara Hogan – author of Resilient Management and management coach &amp; trainer for the tech industry. Lara led engineering teams at Kickstarter and Etsy before she, and Deepa Subramaniam stepped away from their deep roots in the tech industry to start Wherewithall – a consultancy that helps le...
Documenting my experiences and learnings, with the goal of helping other software engineers on their journey
Some really great posts here that have made it much easier for me to get started with Go!
Recommended read: Bookmark of https://ieftimov.com/categories/testing-in-go/ https://ieftimov.com/categories/testing-in-go/
Ty Franck (one half of James S.A. Corey) & Wes Chatham ('Amos Burton' on The Expanse) talk hostage m
Getting the fingerprint of a certificate in Go (1 mins read).
How to retrieve an X.509 thumbprint from a remote server, in Go.
How to automagically retrieve an OpenID Connect thumbprint for use with AWS' OpenID Connect federated identity.
How to structure a Go repository to be both a library and command-line tool(s).
Episode 8 - We interview our first guest Julia.Julia is Cherry's younger sister and has supported her work career from a young age. Julia opens up about the bullying she received at school and in her workplace because of Cherry's Adult industry career choices.We also discuss how at the age of 22 she lost 1 of her ovaries which led her to doing egg freezing and the mental and emotional health impacts that she endured during these times.
Parsing AWS ALB/ELB access logs into SQLite (2 mins read).
How to take a set of ALB/ELB logs and convert them to an SQLite database for further processing.
When you should use the
env command to specify environment variables when executing a command on the command-line (TL;DR: always).
Should I commit generated Go code? (1 mins read).
go:generated code should be committed (TL;DR is yes).
Ruby made its YAML interpreter more secure by default at the cost of backward compatibility. Developers weren’t given heads up warning about the changes.
Recommended read: Ruby 3.1’s incompatible changes to its YAML module (Psych 4) https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/ruby-psych4.html
Recommended read: Twelve-factor app anno 2022 https://xenitab.github.io/blog/2022/02/23/12factor/
The best thing about getting a puppy after redecorating the living room is their very clear respect for all the nice things 🙄