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  • Using Decorators to Instrument Python Code With OpenTelemetry Traces

    Using Decorators to Instrument Python Code With OpenTelemetry Traces

    Python decorators can help keep OpenTelemetry tracing instrumentation DRY

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  • Code Ownership in the Post Continuous-deployment Era

    Code Ownership in the Post Continuous-deployment Era

    Continuous deployment vs. continuous delivery. Here’s some ways to not lose track of the ultimate goal: continuous improvement

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  • Using the Decorator Pattern to Auto-Instrument .Net Classes With Otel Tracing

    Using the Decorator Pattern to Auto-Instrument .Net Classes With Otel Tracing

    How decorators can help keep OpenTelemetry tracing instrumentation DRY

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  • The Modern Developer Stack — 2022 Edition

    The Modern Developer Stack — 2022 Edition

    The dev stack is evolving. I asked Scott Hanselman, Juraci Paixã, and Ilai Fallach what’s new in their developer toolbox. Here’s what I found out

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  • Improving Code Design With OpenTelemetry — A Practical Guide

    Improving Code Design With OpenTelemetry — A Practical Guide

    What every developer needs to know about observability and how to leverage OSS tools to make your code better

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  • The Observant Developer — Part 1

    The Observant Developer — Part 1

    Like tests, observability tools provide a way for developers to validate code assumptions, without the added cement.

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  • You’re Never Done. By Definition.

    You’re Never Done. By Definition.

    How the ‘definition of done’ falls short of describing the required effort to bring a feature to maturity

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  • Breaking the fourth wall in coding

    Breaking the fourth wall in coding

    Logs and traces are the medium, definitely not the message

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  • CI/CD/CF? — The DevOps toolchain’s “missing-link”

    CI/CD/CF? — The DevOps toolchain’s “missing-link”

    Towards a Continuous Feedback platform for Developers

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