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Links 1 through 10 of 426 Tom Anderson's Bookmarks

"The problem with the test pyramid model is that it focuses on the wrong thing. It reasons in terms of how tests are implemented, rather than what features the tests are testing, or why we are writing the tests in the first place. However, rather than thinking in terms of what layer is being tested or how a test is written, it is far more useful to think in terms of how a test adds value by increasing confidence or reducing risk."

Okay, it's more of a simmering indictment really.

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A classic, straightforward explanation of the only sensible way to use source control. The 'Trunk Based Development' tag on the blog has lots more around this.

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Heroku founder talks sense about scaling from two people to multiple teams. Nothing earth-shaking, and it's more assertion than argument, but at least it's sensible and dispensed from an authoritative pulpit.

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Taking direct aim at some of the most popular nonsense assertions about microservices. Good work, Stabby!

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Taking a close look at just one part of the Go universe, and finding it stained with "the psuedointellectual arrogance of Rob Pike and everything he stands for" - "everything about the implementation of the language environment feels amateurish".

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Giving Maven a bit of a kicking, always good.

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There's a pool of women who do badly at interviews and then give up. If you ignore them, men and women do equally well. Is that right? I have no idea what to do with this information.

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experimentation with David Aronson’s latest work – part 1

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"Women earn 31 percent less than men overall and 11 percent less controlling most notably for field of study and funding source. The gap disappears once we include gender interacted with marital status and children."

So, in this case, the pay gap is about two thirds choice of career (for some value of choice) and one third tradeoff of time and money, with no unequal pay for equal work.

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