Hello dear reader,
It’s been a while! Anyhow, here is a list of interesting links I came across in 2017.
Most of them are from a year ago, but still worth reading.
In Urban China, Cash Is Rapidly Becoming Obsolete
How far ahead of Apple Maps is Google Maps? 
How to do a rewrite
A great serie by a Lead Software Engineer at New Relic on how they rewrote a legacy software system and deploy it. Great insights regarding technical challenges at scale even thought they performed stress test. It’s not done until 100% of the traffic is handled by the new system!
How we build our Product Roadmap at Asana
WTF is Strategy?
Building the DOM faster: speculative parsing, async, defer and preload
Since then we got this great article by Addy Osmani: Preload, Prefetch And Priorities in Chrome
Firefox : comment WebRender va rendre l’affichage plus fluide
Amazing tool: Chrome User Experience Report
Code Review at Criteo
Manual Code Review Anti-Patterns
Yelp Code Review Guidelines
Russia Bans 1.8 Million Amazon and Google IPs in Attempt to Block Telegram [April 2018]
DRM’s Dead Canary: How We Just Lost the Web, What We Learned from It, and What We Need to Do Next
The Web began dying in 2014, here’s how
Cory Doctorow: Demon-Haunted World
Software Complexity Is Killing Us
6 Coaching Tips for Scrum Masters
The Unplayable Piano: How Frustration Makes Us Creative
A few great ways to consume RESTful API in C#
Postman best practices: How Raygun’s engineering team uses Postman to improve our workflow
I’ll definitely gonna try Postman after my small experience with Swagger
Incredible work by Netflix. No wonder their service is pristine!
AVA: The Art and Science of Image Discovery at Netflix
in case you’d like an overview of what they do:
How Netflix works: the (hugely simplified) complex stuff that happens every time you hit Play
Chaos Engineering: A Lesson From the Experts
[FR] Les valeurs en entreprise
[FR] 5 statistiques surprenantes sur le métier de développeur en France