Welcome to issue 59 of Hacker Bits!
We have a great selection of articles this month covering software architecture, being prolific, traits of great software engineers, writing technical resumes, the data science wave and so much more!
As always, please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback! 🙂
– Ray and Maureen
- A Theory of Software Architecture by Dan Haiduc
- Why deep learning works even though it shouldn’t by Ryan Moulton
- Evidence-based software engineering: book released by Derek Jones
- Problem Solving Techniques by Denver Smith
- File handling in Unix: tips, traps and outright badness by Rachel Kroll
- Be prolific by Chris Mytton
- What distinguishes great software engineers? by Paul Luo Li, Amy J. Ko, Andrew Begel
- The Rise and Fall of Getting Things Done by Cal Newport
- What is expected of a engineering manager? by Rodrigo Flores
- Extreme Debugging by Chris Chandler
- Machine Learning Research at Apple
- 2020’s fastest-rising tech jobs? Programming language PHP leads the way by Liam Tung
- What a great technical resume can do for you by Marc Cenedella
- Ask HN: Am I too late for the Data Science wave?
- IPv6 Is a Nightmare
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