RT @CascadiaJS
Many thanks to @mmbogan for their detailed write-up on CascadiaJS 2020 and our efforts to create a virtual conference that didn't suck πŸ˜…


RT @ceehart
Not long ago, building software required a host of skills & infrastructure that made the barrier to entry high. On @GetLevvel’s latest podcast, @crc, Director of Dev Advocacy at @heroku, talks about how their PaaS changed the software development forever. podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/

RT @julian_duque
πŸ—£ @heroku and @salesforce DevRel Team created FOSTIVE - Free Open Source Tools for Incredible Virtual Events, we are launching our project today at @CascadiaJS.

Meet the Emote Widget πŸŽ‰


Source code πŸ‘‡


β€œThe idea of a Black woman on the Democratic Party’s White House ticket should be understood as not only logical but necessary”


RT @marcysutton
After suffering career burnout for the past 4-5 years, here's how I've come to understand its cause:

Burnout is a response to repeated attempts to make meaningful change while lacking the agency to do so. See problems > try to fix them > get shot down or ignored.

RT @julian_duque
Do you know that @heroku has a community space at @ThePracticalDev?

Take a look at dev.to/heroku, here you can find both Herokai and Community-contributed content!

Join the conversation here πŸ‘‡

RT @codefinger
Hi @heroku users: this includes you. Your voice will help us build a better platform (and support a good cause). twitter.com/screaminggeek/stat

RT @julian_duque
What do you expect to see on an Introductory Node.js course?

Pension planning sounds like a snore of a podcast topic, right? But when you mix in technology and some compassion, it gets much more interesting!

πŸ’ŽJonathan @jayfresh and team ascribe to the mantra that "technology is crystalized knowledge".
RT @heroku
New on Code[ish] - @pensionbee saw an opportunity not just to change how industries do business, but also how businesses treat their customers. CTO @jayfresh chats with @crc to talk more…

RT @heroku
New on Code[ish] - @w3c is the organization responsible for implementing , , and standards for the web. Web developer and W3C member @tobie explains to @crc how the web is built on these standards: hrku.co/codeish76

RT @tobie
Great conversation with @crc about @w3c, web standards, and two tools I built a while back to help with editing specs: Specref and PR Preview. twitter.com/heroku/status/1283

Super interesting to read about the methodical process @schneems went through to determine the best rate throttling strategy. Great merging of theory and reality.

The approach he took can be generalized to any algorithm development.
RT @heroku
On the Eng Blog: How We Added Client Rate Throttling to the Platform Gem in by @schneems hrku.co/D4dLvW

RT @mraible
UI skills *and* DevOps skills? That's right! You can add skills to your resume after perusing this blog post about , , and .

πŸ’₯ developer.okta.com/blog/2020/0

Thanks to @codefinger for his help with @buildpacks_io!

Super cool to see all these technologies coming together in a clear and useful wayβ€”@angular, @springboot, @buildpacks_io, @Docker, @heroku, . Thanks for putting this series together @mraible and team!
RT @mraible
Angular + Spring Boot + Docker: learn how to create an image with a Dockerfile, with , and using @buildpacks_io!

πŸ’₯ developer.okta.com/blog/2020/0


RT @chrismasterson
Mark thinks he’s playing some sophisticated long game where he’ll come out on top in the history books, but the reality is he’s used his money and influence to addict and misguide people.

3/ @jasonsegel and his beautiful crew reach an artistic genius not seen on television since... ever? I wish I could rewind my memory and experience it again!

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