Five for Friday – September 18, 2020

So. Much. Stuff. Going. On. Here are some things I found interesting and exciting over the last week.

Five for Friday – September 11, 2020

Enjoy your weekend and stay safe.

Five for Friday – September 4, 2020

How is it September already? Here are a few things I want to share from my stumbles around the web this week.

Five for Friday – August 28, 2020

Here are some links I found interesting this week.

Five for Friday – August 21, 2020

Five for Friday – August 14, 2020

More random stuff

  • I enjoyed this interview with Lee Atchison – particularly check out his answer regarding DevOps
  • Joel Montvelisky wrote a nice article on Focusing More on Quality and Less on Testing
  • Mike Cohn is one of my heroes – and he’s giving a free webinar on Tuesday
  • So…Microsoft has an “open source hub” – which is weird, because they own github. It also reminds me that Microsoft used to have their own open source site many years ago – feel free to remind me of the name if you remember. edit: CodePlex was the name of the portal from many years back.
  • I’ve been playing Fall Guys, and it’s a blast!

Five for Friday – August 7, 2020

Once again, here’s a random sampling of the internet I found interesting this week.

Five for Friday – July 31, 2020

Five for Friday – July 24, 2020

As I write this, feds are descending on our poor liberal city to help protect us from coffee overdoses and hacky-sack eye injuries. We’ll see how the weekend goes. Here’s some stuff to read if we survive.

Five for Friday – July 17, 2020

Here’s some interesting stuff I found this week.

  • I always love when Cindy Sridharan posts – this one is no exception.. Post-Commit Reviews
  • This is a great article on myths (or realities) of time management
  • Long time readers know that I ski for a week in Whistler every year – I hope to someday take longer ski vacations there…if they every let Americans back into Canada. Their total infection rate is less than any of the 50 US states.
  • Absolutely excellent post (and series) from Janet Gregory on Testing vs quality management
  • Microsoft “re-imagined” procmon for linux. I couldn’t get it to work on ubuntu 20.04, but I’m sure I’ll give it a run someday. A brief scan of comment streams tells me that nobody else can build it either. This is so microsoft.