It's time for Thanksgiving in the US, but before you watch the Bears trounce the Lions (again), why not catch up on some of the news around developer tools? Here's what I've been reading.
- How we spent two weeks hunting an NFS bug in the Linux kernel
Subtle and infrequent bugs are the hardest to track down; doubly so when they're in the kernel. A great look at the debugging and ultimate resolution of a bug in Linux NFS.
- Windows Command-Line: Unicode and UTF-8 Output Text Buffer
As a command-line junky and occasional Windows user, nothing makes me happier than the re-investment in the Windows command-line experience. Most recently: adding UTF8!
- The 4 capabilities you need to introduce true database DevOps
I see too many people "Doing DevOps" for getting their code into production but ignoring their data. Redgate's State of Database DevOps highlights 4 key areas for successful Database DevOps.
- Why do we need Q#?
I still don't really "get" quantum - but even though I don't have a use for quantum programming, I'm always fascinated by the languages and tooling around it.
- Building An Interactive Infographic With Vue.js
I don't do complicated front-end design, but this article almost made me wish I did. An amazing introduction to Vue.js, SVG and CSS to create an interactive infographic.
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