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Programming got vastly more varied compared to when I started dabbling in AmigaBASIC in the mid-1990s. Back then you could buy one very big book about the computer you’re programming and were 99% there. That book, full with earmarks and Post-its, lay next to you while hacking into your monochrome editor, always in reach.
A tour of recent work to re-engineer Git’s garbage collection process to scale to our largest and most active repositories.
Earlier this year, I developed Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, a repetitive-strain injury, in both of my elbows. As a result, I pretty much can't use a mouse or keyboard; after a few minutes, I get a burning pain shooting down my arms. Even if I try to limit my computer usage to 60-second bursts, I wind up inadvertently making the situation worse.
In the good old days, applications were simple. A browser sent a request to a webapp endpoint; the latter fetched data from a database and returned the response. The rise of mobile clients and integrations with other apps upset this simplicity. I want to discuss one solution to handle the complexity in this post.
“To close the deal, we promised the customer some custom development in our SaaS product. I place my trust in you to deliver this crucial piece of functionality on time so we can finalize the deal.”
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