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How The Rhetoric of Imposter Syndrome Is Used to Gaslight Women in Tech by Alexis Hancock | Model View Culture
Mario Fusco 🇪🇺 sur Twitter : "The main reason why FP is taking time to become mainstream is the unnecessary complexities often introduced by many of its evangelists. Special jargon and fancy operators are mostly used to show off cleverness. If you're a FP genius you will be able to explain it in simple words… https://t.co/xBMn5HlIcM"
Rosa Control sur Twitter : "“We use X because Google does it too” is a super red flag for me. Software engineering is a lie"
John S Nolan sur Twitter : "My goodness there's a lot of nonsense talked about software architecture"
Franck Pachot sur Twitter : "So, today, #monolithic is used as a pejorative word for software which: - link their functions to be executed by one processor without unpredictable latency - are clever enough to share memory among multiple processes - can read/write to same files from multiple nodes 🙄"
Julien Ponge sur Twitter : "The most trending topic in computing is not machine learning, AI or natural language processing. It's dark mode."
Kenneth Love on Twitter: ""You have to be *passionate* about programming if you want to succeed at it!" No, you don't. You don't have to love programming to be a programmer. To be a programmer you need to write programs. That's it. Do it for the money, the love, the prestige. Passion is only a plus."
Olivier Mallassi on Twitter: "“Key participants (...) apparently define agile as “the methodology of no accountability.” Scope, time, cost? You can’t hold us accountable because(...)the greatest semantic travesty occurs when agile is used as an excuse for not getting real results" https://t.co/FOgbsOCOJi"
Jeff Atwood on Twitter: "Unpopular But Correct Opinion: password managers don't work for normal humans, and *never will*. Focus on getting people to use hardware security keys, because that DOES work. https://t.co/AnI6tDBxpL… https://t.co/ngtDK5VaGB"
Axis II of Evil on Twitter: "Why can't Republicans just use thoughts and prayers to stop abortions like they do for school shootings?"
Martin Thompson on Twitter: "I've meet so many impressive people at CERN the last few days it makes me despair that society values the wrong things. People become reality TV stars for no good reason yet amazing scientists pass by almost unnoticed. The media has a lot to answer for. Thanks #voxxdays"
Prashant Deva on Twitter: "JS Programmer Evolution: 1. Java sucks! With JS I just write code and it does stuff 2. Hmm OOP is cool = ES6 classes 3. Build systems really do help = Webpack 4. Wow Type safety is neat = TypeScript 5. So IDEs > Editors = VS Code 6. 'Write once, run anywhere' = WebAssembly"
Jeff Atwood on Twitter: "After seeing users struggle with YAML and the “two spaces at end of a line for a linebreak” rule in Markdown, I can definitively say that any tool which hinges important semantics on invisible characters ... is a mistake."
Alec ن Archambault on Twitter: "1 - en 2004 le législateur a fait en sorte qu’il n’y ait pas d’anonymat. 2 - si on cessait le concours Lépine de la loi d’émotion indexée sur les TT des réseaux sociaux pour s’attaquer enfin aux vraies causes de ce sentiment d’impunité, réel : le manque de moyens de la Justice ?… https://t.co/WRzRhnaBh5"
Julien Ponge on Twitter: "I think Kubernetes is a typical engineer thing. It seems to ignores 25 years of research about grid computing. Typical example: smarter topologies based on what pod talk to what pod and the underlying networking topology."
Clement Escoffier on Twitter: "Spent half a day writing #yaml files... The other half debugging it... Embrace Cloud-Native they say..."