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Coding Magic Values

It’s 2023. I would hope all software developers would learn that hard coding specific values in your system is more likely to cause issues than not. Across the years, we’ve learned not everything is installed on the c: drive, or … Continue reading

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Forgoing Tech Investments

The US was hit with a number of storms over the Christmas holiday weekend. This disrupted air travel for many airlines and their customers, but one of the worst hit was Southwest Airlines. They accounted for most of the cancellations, … Continue reading

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Self-Service Databases

When I first started work as a software developer, I knew that getting an environment set up where I could compile a project might take a few hours or a few days. The complexities of how people built software projects, … Continue reading

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What’s the Edge Case?

Quite a few of the bugs we see in production systems come from data that isn’t handled well. Perhaps the developer never considered this data, or another bug lets data into a system that should never be recorded. These are … Continue reading

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