It's the end of summer, unless you're on the southern hemisphere that is. Enjoy, and for those of you in the US, have a great long weekend 😃 I feel like GitOps is gaining traction as a concept. Check out this tweet by Kelsey Hightower, a developer advocate at Google, who said GitOps is the best thing since configuration-as-code:
An article on the history of Git and how it won, by Jan van den Berg. With BitBucket sunsetting Mercurial support recently it's all Git now.
In this article Martin explains his definition of software architecture. Just how good is his writing? Very good. Tons of comments on HN.
A bellwether report on DevOps specifically, and modern software development in general. Disclaimer: you'll need to give Google your email address to download the full report.
Splice engineering team's year-long journey to improve how they develop and deliver software [presentation slides, but nicely designed and designed to be read].
"The root cause of bad software has less to do with specific engineering choices, and more to do with how development projects are managed. " A college in Singapore publishes this guide, and HN (mostly) approves.
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