Three-quarters of developers have experienced burnout, quit learning programs or course and almost three-quarters of them code for fun during weekends.
Baruch Sadogursky shows developers how to maximize their productivity and happiness in live coding session with ChatGPT.
The Lazy Developer pushes code to production without testing and doesn't follow security best practices. Why? Because processes and protocols slow them down.
Agile is not a fixed process or some training course everyone needs to go to.
Michael also shares his opinion on DevOps vs. SRE vs. Platform Engineering debate, and the key ingredient for successful developer platform.
Overtime, chasing deadlines and on-call rotations are some of the clear causes of burnout. But developers can get burned out even if they don't work long hours.
Developers do much more than programming - planning, communication, architecture... Many things have to happen, and decisions have to be made before the first line of code is written.
It's rubbish, says Grady Brooch. This kind of surveillance makes geeks feel less safe, says Kent Beck.
HashiCorp's change in licensing has prompted a backlash and a debate on the future of the open-source software.
The tool was used and loved by more than 1.6 million developers used and loved.
The main concept behind all of them is to unite AI's summarization, aggregation, and conversational capabilities with the immense knowledge base of the StackOverflow community.
We discuss automation and laziness, internal developer platforms and the disappearance of Kubernetes.