Welcome to issue 27 of Hacker Bits!
We have some of the most highly-upvoted articles this month with articles about the Benjamin Franklin learning method, microservices, developer survey results and much more.
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– Ray and Maureen
- The Benjamin Franklin method for learning more from programming books by James Koppel
- Machine Learning Crash Course by Google Developers
- Ask HN: Best way to learn modern C++?
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the State Machine by Reginald “Raganwald” Braithwaite
- Ask HN: How to self-learn math?
- The hustle is dumb and killing you by Kira Leigh
- It’s Perfectly Fine to Only Code at Work – Don’t Let Anyone Tell You Otherwise by Ben Halpern
- How to Disagree by Paul Graham
- The dangerous downsides of perfectionism by Amanda Ruggeri
- Don’t Let Architecture Astronauts Scare You by Joel Spolsky
- The Death of Microservice Madness in 2018 by Dave Kerr
- What to do when tech jobs go bad by Alejandro Wainzinger
- Ask HN: What stack would you use to build a CRUD web app in 2018?
- Developer Survey Results by Stack Overflow
- Hacker News’s Undocumented Features and Behaviors by Max Woolf
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