Visual Digest

Recent software engineering visuals digest

Recent software engineering visuals digest
In: Visual Digest

I've been catching up on some coding visuals and comic strips lately... ๐ŸŽจ

Here's some good stuff you should see โœจ ๐Ÿ‘€

Efficient meetings

It's funny how most (?) people think they can multi task during meetings. However, the facial expression shows immediately when someone drifted off IMHO. This is how a person looks like when they (don't even try to) pretend to be in the meeting: ๐Ÿ˜

Once upon a Teams meetingโ€ฆ
The blog relating the daily life of web agency developers

A visual in a podcast

A great episode about serializers, full on topic. Inside, Joรซl Quenneville describes a diagram in front of your mind's eye.

359: Serializers
Chris Toomey is back! (For an episode.) He talks about what heโ€™s been up to since handing off the reins to Joรซl. Heโ€™s been playing around with something at Sagewell that he enjoys. At the core of it? Serializers.

Graph theory

Rubocop is known to be implemented with graphs... But not only that, it uses the "Visitor Pattern" ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Visitor Pattern in Ruby: Examples from Rubocop
The visitor design pattern separates the operation to be performed from the object structure. We look at a concrete implementation in Rubocop, a Ruby linting and formatting library.

And if you want to know how graph theory came to being... ๐Ÿ‘‡

Kรถnigsberg

CSS selectors on 1 page

From Julia Evans' newsletter. Something I wished I had when I first learned CSS. I'd proably add some specificity indicators to it. And maybe the styles= inline tag? Should also be kind of a selector, right?

CSS selectors

Art

Some piece of art I always wished I made, this took years of training, I think first implementation took part when I was 12:

Heroku alternatives for Rails projects: Deploying my shit to fly.io
I like to develop production projects and side projects as deployment-driven as possible. Over the years I had tons of projects on Heroku and Iโ€™m grateful for the experience ๐Ÿ™ But if tons of projects are to come again, I donโ€™t see a point in paying 7$ bucks per side-project. Luckily

That's it for this week! ๐ŸŽฌ

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Rich Steinmetz
Always exploring how we developers can code, learn, communicate and create APIs with more fun. Love to chat about Productocracy. Emoji heavy-user ๐Ÿคช And much more but the limit here's 200 chars.
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