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Seth Davis
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I just released a new pet project of mine written in Go. Would love some feedback/beta testing.

#golang #adblock

Network wide ad/site blocking via DNS, with a simple web control panel.
https://github.com/seedifferently/nogo
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"The Myers-Briggs is useful for one thing: entertainment."

https://youtu.be/Q5pggDCnt5M 
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Quite the sobering read.
Forget what you've heard about The Big One. An earthquake is going to destroy a sizable portion of the coastal Northwest—the only question is when.
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OH: "You can never get too much swag." #gophercon
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"Go won't let you abstract yourself in the foot."
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I endorse this: build a monolith first, then decompose into microservices.

Another argument that +Martin Fowler doesn't make, but I would, is a kind of reverse Conway's Law: the architecture of the software will be reflected in the communication structures of the team.  When starting a project you don't want to let people or groups go off and work in isolation.  

In some sense the peeling off of microservices is a natural maturing of a project, where you think about new aspects of the project in relation to how they are different than how the project is currently.  But when starting a project there isn't the shared understanding of the existing product, and you need to actively build that shared understanding.
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"The review determined that despite spending $540 million for checked baggage screening equipment and another $11 million for training since a previous review in 2009, the TSA failed to make any noticeable improvements in that time."
In one test an undercover agent was stopped after setting off an alarm at a magnetometer, but TSA screeners failed to detect a fake explosive device that was taped to his back during a follow-on pat down.
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