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A print and digital magazine about how teams build and operate software systems at scale. Published by @stripe. Pitch us: https://t.co/hhn63TYvuU

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“As browsers gain more capabilities and grow more complex, our expectations of what’s possible on the web grow with… https://t.co/0Disd1BgXYIn Issue 3: Development, @YukaiDu illustrates @alicegoldfuss's article on staging environment best practices. Find… https://t.co/tP0aa3g8el
7/3
2020
“Canva’s monorepo approach makes it somewhat harder to introduce changes unless all affected parties are on board.… https://t.co/olP4OK0K2z
7/1
2020
"In open source it looks, at first glance, like just the code is open, but its public nature also means that I feel… https://t.co/yz1oT2TlZp @omervk Usually it's all shipped together like you suggest—thanks so much for bringing this to our attention!
6/30
2020
@greenchapter Email or DM us when you're about to place your next order and we can send some along with it :)"To translate the real world into code affects the real-world entities represented in our program as well as the us… https://t.co/MrqBXxfWr8
6/29
2020
Anyone who has read an O’Reilly tome will find Chaucer's "Treatise on the Astrolabe," the first clearly defined how… https://t.co/e7jFv2eqJs
6/26
2020
"Every developer wants to write the best tool they can for their peers."—@noopkat https://t.co/jXtlSEmywD
6/25
2020
“It’s counterintuitive, but by making software interoperable, by allowing people to export their data, by making it… https://t.co/PERM7I7Jl1
6/24
2020
@GaelReyrol Oh no :( Thanks for letting us know. Send us an email at help@increment.com and we will help you out.Get the next issue delivered to your door! Subscribe to Increment today: https://t.co/0gr5cHNCaj https://t.co/P0CNroanQX“The app had to be universally accessible to everyone, on every phone.”—@ipsitaag https://t.co/ebZv6u3Ip3
6/23
2020
“The point was to make [@ao3org's frontend codebase] open to people who were going to learn.” https://t.co/cCWOeutg8n
6/22
2020
“What if design tools—largely a series of separate programs, each with their own interfaces, strengths, and limitat… https://t.co/BywsqEaTsn @shreef We're so glad this copy arrived safe and sound! @viniciuskneves Thanks for asking! Currently international shipping is from the U.S.
6/18
2020
✨Collect them all.✨ Every issue of Increment is now available in print: https://t.co/rIW83dHZK2 https://t.co/7F0UFN4RdR
6/17
2020
“It’s time to author bots in ways that go beyond traditional machine learning habits of crunching a large text corp… https://t.co/2nwcr7pT72
6/16
2020
While staging is "mentioned in passing as the annoying sidekick to production," it's all too often ignored. From… https://t.co/3OfcuQw73a @AngelaRiggs_ Hi @AngelaRiggs_ , send us a DM or email info@increment.com to get in touch!
6/15
2020
Increment spoke to Google, Amazon, Dropbox, Spotify, and Netflix about why the companies are putting their develope… https://t.co/HttmW64IpW“How do we abstract the easy stuff so we can spend time on what’s interesting and new?”—@photomatt https://t.co/cW9DhOcECu
6/12
2020
“With great complexity come great bugs and even greater maintenance burdens.”—@captainsafia https://t.co/5t36Up2kmj“Our job as engineers is not just to build websites, it’s to support a business model, contribute to a culture, gro… https://t.co/OZotl1Mf8m
6/10
2020
“As a technical director at the @W3C, I often give talks about CSS’s great features and capabilities. But from time… https://t.co/tW5bq9XHmb
6/9
2020
“Assistive technologies, such as screen readers, are critical to broadening access to the internet.”—@ipsitaag https://t.co/AFQfS7PCzW
6/8
2020
“For better or worse, the stack of technology built for the web—a platform originally designed to share formatted t… https://t.co/9gcYFdQWlI“Performance is essential to frontend frameworks.” @youyuxi writes about the making of Vue 3: https://t.co/FmowxytkCI
6/5
2020
“Frontend teams face the same organizational and scalability challenges as backend teams. Shouldn’t they—shouldn’t… https://t.co/Ti6JsTEqm6 @__ccld Yes, they're all available on https://t.co/44vmqQ5Uoq!
6/4
2020
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6/1
2020
"One of my favorite expressions is fail like a scientist," says @anthilemoon. "Learn not to succeed, but to learn."If we take the wrong path in a labyrinth, we tend to feel bad or ashamed because we spent so much time going a part… https://t.co/oU8KxPi134 @lifewinning continues: "Finding community, finding space, where it is okay to be vulnerable is really important to… https://t.co/KSDJvyqodC"Being curious also requires being vulnerable. You have to be willing to admit that you could be wrong. You have to… https://t.co/uEhkaIqq1EKnowing what the foundation of technical systems are (and that it's just people) is a valuable part of making stude… https://t.co/dy0evM28Fw @anthilemoon finds meaning in the metaphor of the garden. "We don't retrieve our thoughts and memories in a chronol… https://t.co/5Fc8OzpyQY @anthilemoon talks about digital gardening, where people build detailed personal wikis to collect all their knowled… https://t.co/HXtS7kJxRU"I cannot be reading just one book, I need to jump around and aggregate and build this idea," says @old_sound. He c… https://t.co/LNrsfxJkhO @lifewinning works to acknowledge her own position in relation to her interests. Things that seem "unseen" to her a… https://t.co/V5hIi3qweZ @old_sound likes to "translate" his topic to his audience's area of expertise or locality. "Try to be where you are. Meet the locals!"Writing about and teaching other people helps @anthilemoon parse topics. Jargon can hide your own lack of clarity on a subject. @lifewinning goes down the "deepest rabbit holes" searching for the arcane. If she sees ten people quoting the same… https://t.co/yYNwIpUSaC @anthilemoon uses the principles of self-education within academia. Even if following a traditional education path,… https://t.co/yacUsK8a5k @old_sound reflects on self-guided exploration. When he's in bookshops, he has a "ritual, which is quite cheesy." H… https://t.co/zJMDPrdda3The panelists define curiosity: Curiosity is asking why and keeping on asking why.—@anthilemoon Curiosity cannot e… https://t.co/msUPbt7s5U @zer0jack @anthilemoon @lifewinning @old_sound Yes! Check the event page early next week for a recording and/or transcript.Our panel on technical learning and teaching and the power of curiosity starts in just a few minutes. You can still… https://t.co/OeFYfCWdZMJoin @anthilemoon, @lifewinning, and @old_sound today at 9am PDT as they discuss their motivations for technical te… https://t.co/VmN7shTbnl
5/29
2020
While CSS variables offer “a triumph of conciseness,” they make possible “a far greater triumph of encapsulation—a… https://t.co/VbW5M3ELUj
5/28
2020
“Frontend development is at the intersection of art and logic, business and expression, left brain and right brain,… https://t.co/Z12rzhNcgNOur Frontend issue is out today! We explore the frameworks and tools, the principles and patterns, the shifting sco… https://t.co/CVcJ7oghFn
5/27
2020
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5/26
2020
"In truth, sustaining an open-source project has very little to do with fixing bugs or adding features and everythi… https://t.co/3oOBt2L4g9
5/25
2020
Most of us have had the misfortune of reading a bad technical guide. Fortunately, as software engineers and manager… https://t.co/WRGHqUt2QJ
5/24
2020
A parade of space flamingos (naturally) introduces @GlennF's article on NASA's redundancy-focused software architec… https://t.co/vRtKJHh4cZ
5/23
2020
Join @anthilemoon, @lifewinning & @old_sound for a conversation about curiosity on Friday, May 29 at 9am PDT. They'… https://t.co/vZHyoNh035
5/22
2020
Increment asked over 30 technology companies (including Amazon, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, and Netflix) about their… https://t.co/zqqJt3rxos
5/21
2020
@jonemo This has now been fixed!
5/19
2020
Join us online Friday, May 29 at 9am PDT for a conversation with @anthilemoon, @lifewinning, and @old_sound on curi… https://t.co/owcgh2j2n0
5/15
2020
“There isn’t an itinerant fairy who comes and solves [for internationalization].…It’s not any different than softwa… https://t.co/jeiIScYtf5
5/14
2020
“Why choose between the easy maintainability of a microservice or the unified source of truth inherent in monolithi… https://t.co/nvjYQjVoaP
5/13
2020
"Given the installed base and shrinking expertise, a young person deciding to spend a life in COBOL could seemingly… https://t.co/xSTu4HeRy5
5/12
2020
“Yes, I really am proposing to solve the problem of too many tools with another tool. This is not a joke.”… https://t.co/CagZKNIkUJ
5/11
2020
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5/8
2020
“LaTeX will stay with us for a long time, largely due to the quality of the underlying TeX engine, which even throu… https://t.co/BTf0liqyCG @shelbyspees @mgill25 There will be video! If you registered, we'll email you a link to the recording as soon as it… https://t.co/Wd7HcxMled @jijosunny @ScottWlaschin Hi Jijo! While every issue of Increment is available for free online at… https://t.co/mPGH6rv0Jp
5/7
2020
@lpangelrob Hi Robert! If you registered, we'll email you a link to the recording as soon as it's available. (We'll… https://t.co/FPE9cSMr2oAll recommend books for managers & leaders—from @kartar, @skamille's THE MANAGER'S PATH; from @mipsytipsy,… https://t.co/qgWFzKxDmpDon't think about people as replaceable resources, says @kartar. You're not trying to get all you can out of someon… https://t.co/sXs5VpanfD @buritica takes burnout really seriously. It's both personal and contextual: Ensuring that people receive recogniti… https://t.co/bO1emcr5uxModerator @mglukhovsky says that happiness in a role stems from autonomy and impact. Ownership is important for res… https://t.co/K6Yer8GJpj @buritica explains that while many people in startups *think* they like change, managers should look for patterns i… https://t.co/pIJhbsXfbCOn advice for new CTOs, @kartar underscores the importance of investing in the people side of your roadmaps as much… https://t.co/A5HpknN723 @mipsytipsy notes that we don't often look at the 5- or 10-year risk of the technologies we've chosen. @buritica fl… https://t.co/CaZkrYdCQBHow can we measure resiliency? Beyond the usual metrics, @mipsytipsy recommends watching the # of on-call pings out… https://t.co/mv4rXF45saOur panel on building and nurturing resilient engineering teams starts in just a few minutes. You can still RSVP at… https://t.co/Hw2tt9jqv5Join @buritica, @kartar, and @mipsytipsy today at 9am PDT as they discuss strategies for building and nurturing res… https://t.co/fUkO222aix
5/6
2020
An all-star panel of @incrementmag contributors convenes online this Wednesday, May 6 (tomorrow!) at 9am PDT to dis… https://t.co/uZF8ZQV43a“When used appropriately, functional programming principles can reduce complexity while increasing the testability… https://t.co/fGqOGw8Tp5
5/5
2020
“Just like there is no perfect average end user, there is no perfect average programmer. Every one of us is differe… https://t.co/EiV9ru0lvSJoin us online this Wednesday, May 6, at 9am PDT for a conversation with @buritica, @mipsytipsy, and @kartar on bui… https://t.co/vZE3XiMMfj
5/4
2020
Find every issue of Increment in print—and have them sent to your front step: https://t.co/0gr5cHNCaj @rynchantress & @ktheory agree on trying not to quantify personal productivity so much. @katie_womers digs into wha… https://t.co/NoEyr5rhcI
5/1
2020
“Rewrites are a good idea—if the new version will be better.”—John Millikin https://t.co/AowTN3swqn @ktheory recommends a mental model that examines what you & your social network (family, company, society) need now… https://t.co/IcDXQhV418 @ftrain notes that it’s entirely possible that you just can’t get it done, and you may need to share that. In an en… https://t.co/JK7MTSNCqR @rynchantress also confronts our need for sustainable work and the realities of performative productivity. They sug… https://t.co/q5YApZ2pYB @rynchantress acknowledges there are more pressing issues than what some of us deal with in our daily jobs. They as… https://t.co/ZazN5bnNK6 @katie_womers describes productivity as consistently getting the important things done—the things that are both imp… https://t.co/Vxv5ZCetHHOur panel on redefining productivity starts in just a few minutes. You can still RSVP at https://t.co/JBWbZ2mw2K, or follow along here.
4/30
2020
“Computing is full of bad names for things, but if I had to pick a least favorite, it might be plain text.”—@ra https://t.co/IGZUiZmcPwTomorrow! @incrementmag & @stripepress host a conversation on redefining productivity, with @rynchantress,… https://t.co/fsyeIPLYWM @Mads_Hartmann @JorgeO Glad you're thinking of us! Here are the details on what our editors look for: https://t.co/YoCDVD2ZQd“Collaborative projects benefit from the same mix of laser focus and 10,000-foot view that software projects do: So… https://t.co/ALiRzZdewZ
4/29
2020
“Your people are the most important aspect of your business: They enable everything else.”—@kstewart https://t.co/6fOO061Mdb“Effort in localization does not end with in-market availability of products. Effective localization requires feedb… https://t.co/Nsvww60nvR
4/28
2020

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