Welcome to issue 75 of Hacker Bits!
We have a great selection of articles this month covering designing better APIs, NAT traversal, career ending mistakes, .NET myths, burnout in tech, chaos engineering and so much more!
As always, please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any suggestions or feedback! 🙂
- Ray and Maureen
- What does it mean to listen on a port? by Paul Butler
- A Framework for Writing Better Documentation
- How to Design Better APIs by Ronald Blüthl
- How NAT traversal works by David Anderson
- The hardest thing about engineering is requirements by Jay
- Please put units in names by Ruud van Asseldonk
- A career ending mistake by John Arundel
- The Dirty Pipe Vulnerability by Max Kellermann
- How To Do Less by Alex Turek
- One Way Smart Developers Make Bad Strategic Decisions by Adam Gordon Bell
- Windows needs a change in priorities by Den Delimarsky
- .NET Myths Dispelled by Charles Chen
- The state of burnout in tech, 2022 edition
- Why coding interviews aren't all that bad by Eli Bendersky
- What Is Chaos Engineering? by Christopher Meiklejohn
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