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  • Reply To: To Which Experts Should You Listen?

    Personally I almost exclusively watch talks online, which has the added benefit of being able to skip the first and last 20% of it.

    I couldn't care less about who the...

  • Reply To: Choosing State Over Migrations

    Personally I think the article is a bit biased against the state-based approach. Since it assumes you would be applying changes to production blindly as opposed to comparing the state...

  • Reply To: Where We Need Better AI Disclosure and Responsibility

    I don't see why we couldn't issue and retract a driver's license from an AI in the same way we do people. If a company has to take all of...

  • Reply To: The Slow Upgrade of SQL Server Versions

    I worked on an application using an old 2008 instance the other day and got hit by an unfortunate surprise. Apparently ef.core 2.x is the last version that can do...

  • Reply To: Your MTTR

    Personally I'm not a fan of using MTTI and MTTR for anything other than incident management and designing the procedures that allows the company to keep functioning as effectively as...

  • Reply To: The Danger of Management Access

    Google maps lets you search for grocery stores, which gives a pretty good idea of the impact in an area. For people in the northern half of Sweden it could...

  • Reply To: Bug Management

    I personally find myself frustrated with "lets just ignore it" being considered a valid response to an identified defect.

    To build on the example above: I think we should either get...

  • Reply To: Disclosing the How

    Unfortunately I don't think we'll ever see companies disclose the how to such a degree that anyone(with the right expertise) could do a proper audit and confirm their claims about...

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  • Reply To: Representative Data Challenges

    At the end of the day it's an algorithm that fails to find the right answer, is it really a surprise that you can find common features in the failures?...

  • Reply To: Your Favorite IDE

    Personally I mainly use Visual Studio for c# and sometimes typescript, with SSDT projects for database schema work.

    For queries LinqPad is my main tool. I find writing them in linq...

  • Reply To: Delivering Patches Quickly

    the way I see it. If you deploy every day or even once a week, you eventually either learn how to do it safely or go out of business.

  • Reply To: Privacy Problems in Apps

    I wish tech companies took the implicit confidentiality agreement regarding patient data as seriously as the healthcare profession has done over the past centuries.

    People deserve better than having to pick...

  • Reply To: The Virtual Experience

    Personally I prefer virtual conferences. Mostly because I can limit my attendance to the pieces I'm interested in, but also because they're accessible. More often than not it's a choice...

  • Reply To: Building Quality In

    I think not passing quality issues on to others is more than just learning from our mistakes though. It's also about actually doing something about them in our day-to-day work,...

  • Reply To: The Challenge of Audio Data

    Personally I think it's a must to make sure that your audio quality is good. Especially if you haven't verified your setup previously, or participate in remote meetings on a...

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