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Welcome to issue 114 of Programmer Weekly. Let's get straight to the links this week.
Quote of the Week 

"Good software, like wine, takes time." - Joel Spolsky


Reading List

Lessons from Writing a Compiler
Collected tips from building the Austral compiler.

Implementing "seen by" functionality with Postgres
Use HyperLogLog, it's a reasonable approach with great trade-offs and no large architectural liabilities. For a quick & dirty prototype, use hstore, which also performs the best with integer IDs.

5 Options for Deploying Microservices
From VMs to Kubernetes and Serverless, there are many ways of to deploy microservices. The perfect method is determined by size and scaling requirements.

A Staff-shaped Hole
Regardless of perception, (almost) nobody has an effective Staff+ program (yet).

Technical Writing for Developers
This article outlines how these two seemingly distinct fields — programming and writing — can come together and take our developer skills to the next level.

You will always have more Problems than Engineers.
How to deal with a sad reality.

Building a resilient system: Our journey to observability at Intercom
This post will explore the road to building a stronger culture of observability, and the lessons we’ve learnt along the way.

Running an Open Source Home Area Network
Insights on running a Home Area Network (HAN) nearly completely on open source software, including configurations and metrics.


Watch and Listen

The Dangers of Shipping at All Costs w/ CEO & Cofounder of 33 Teams, Drew McManus
A conversation that touches upon everything from tech debt, to unlocking creativity to the all-too-common danger of shipping at all costs.

Azure DevOps Tutorial for Beginners
In this video we will learn about Azure DevOps. We will see what it is and what you can do with Azure DevOps platform. How to use it for your software development projects and generally how is this relevant for you as an engineer? We will see different features and use cases of Azure DevOps. How it all works and how you can implement the whole software development and deployment lifecycle with it.


Interesting Projects, Tools and Libraries

git-story
Tell the story of your Git project by creating video animations (.mp4) of your commit history directly from your Git repo.

Carbon 
An experimental successor to C++ by Google.

lensm
A tool for viewing assembly and source.

Emoji cloud
A gateway to vector emojis.

ClientDB
ClientDB is an open source in-memory database for enabling real-time web apps.

Hono
Ultrafast web framework for Cloudflare Workers, Deno, and Bun. 

SimpleX
The first messaging platform that has no user identifiers of any kind - 100% private by design!

myAlgorithm
A self hosted recommendation feed generated from your browsing habits.

Sunmao
A Framework for Developing Low-code Tool.
 
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