Here are the things that caught my eye this week. I’d love to hear what you found most interesting this week. Let me know in the comments or on Twitter.
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dotnet depends v0.1.0 has now been released. This is a tool for exploring dependencies in .NET projects, with an GUI heavily inspired from bitbake’s depexp. Hopefully this tool will be a valuable addition to your toolbox when e.g. debugging transitive dependencies. Install it by running:
dotnet tool install --global dotnet-depends, and report any issues and/or feature requests on Github.
Been playing with Buildalyzer and this is what I came up with. A simple dependency explorer for #dotnet. GUI influenced by bitbake's depexp and powered by gui.cs.— Martin Björkström (@bjorkstromm) July 3, 2018
Source can be found here: https://t.co/eJqSgjQ2ky pic.twitter.com/7DbESQUs75
A simple HTTP Request & Response Service.Pretty neat little service and Docker container for testing various HTTP scenarios such as status codes, response cache headers, response formats, etc. Link: https://httpbin.org/
Many developers have struggled with the burden of designing, building, and running large complex software systems, swearing that – next time, they’ll do it right. And yet, even with all the alternative frameworks, patterns, and cloud services that have become available over the years, even new systems can’t seem to escape their big ball of mud fate. But, there is another option available – just as challenging, but with a much brighter future. Organizations that can transform their technology, teams, management, and business will be the ones that own that future. While there’s no “cookie-cutter” approach to this transformation, Udi has some do’s and don’ts that will keep you from going astray.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iYdKQXGY2E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCX8Sox6BNQ