Welcome to Issue #1 of the VirtuallyTD Newsletter!
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Issue #1, covering week 38.
News & General
You start with writing code and delivering fantastic results. You’re killing it, and everybody loves you! Rock on. Then your code hits production.
Let’s start with a puzzle. Why does this gif look totally normal?
How much is being invested in Europe and worldwide in tech trends such as Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, IoT and 3D Printing, both now and in the coming years, and which countries are ahead of the rest of Europe?
Tools & Projects
MeetingBar works on macOS with your calendar. Join and create meetings in one click.
The tmux command is a terminal multiplexer, like screen. Its advocates are many and vocal, so we decided to compare the two.
SSH-audit is a tool for ssh server auditing.
Guides & Tutorials
As a geek who has a few servers and other devices at home, I can’t stop thinking about my power output. I always wanted live stats on my power consumption.
Like many developers in the realm of Software Engineering, we are using git as our version control system.
GitHub quietly released a new feature at some point in the past few days: profile READMEs.
I am soon going to get a new Macbook, and have been thinking about how to set it up quickly and easily.
Management & Leadership
A good, blameless feedback culture is essential for working together efficiently as it forms healthy relationships, fuels personal and professional growth and aligns us with common norms.
Robert Walter Weir was one of the most popular instructors at West Point in the mid-1800s, which is odd at a military academy because he taught painting and drawing.