It takes quite a lot of time to watch what is happening in the tech sphere. So I thought it would be interesting to share what we found interesting.
Here is what I found interesting last week. If you have found interesting things that I didn't put here, please add them in the comments.
Think about this next time you do infinite scrolling:
An interesting read about why starting directly with microservices may not be a good idea.
GitLab will archive inactive making them slower to access. It made a lot of noise earlier when they announced they would be deleted.
And a discussion thread here:
(The title has not been update yet to reflect the change that projects will not be deleted but archived.)
Visual Studio Code@code📢 The July release of @code is here! Check out what's new:
🌳 Find and filter in tree views
📔 Notebooks: Go to Recent Failed Cell
📜 Editor "Sticky scroll" preview
... & much more!
Release notes: code.visualstudio.com/updates/v1_70
Download: code.visualstudio.com18:00 PM - 04 Aug 2022
And it has a new interesting experimental feature:
(The title has not been updated to reflect the change yet.)
Stefan JudisThe new VS Code version comes with an experimental "sticky" mode and I quite like it! 👏
Video alt: Scrolling in VS Code showing that function signatures are sticky.08:10 AM - 05 Aug 2022
StackBlitz Collections and Social Previews!
Now that these heavily requested features are out we can't wait to see the previews of collections y'all will share! 🥰
… Actually, our early adopters have already prepared the first ones! 🧵17:03 PM - 04 Aug 2022
It may become a good place to find tips, like with this collection.
An interesting read even for people who are not managers.
I found it interesting to see where I think I am on this graph and what I can do to do better. And there is example graphs for different roles.
Changelog@changelogA framework for Engineering Managers
changelog.com/news/8lZM14:06 PM - 29 Jul 2022