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Friday Links 505

  1. OpportunisticRefactoring
  2. MubertAI/Mubert-Text-to-Music: A simple notebook demonstrating prompt-based music generation via Mubert API
  3. fosslife/devtools-x: Collection of offline first developer utilities available as desktop application. all in one place, cross-platform!
  4. VladimirMikulic/route-list: Beautifully shows Express/Koa/Hapi/Fastify routes in CLI.
  5. SQL Server Engineering Using Free Tools ??? SQLServerCentral
  6. davidfowl/Roslyn.Reflection: Reflection APIs over roslyn symbol APIs
  7. adminzen.org – The Admin Zen
  8. Making a change to SQLite source code
  9. 27 Life-Changing Micro Habits That Require Only A Few Minutes

 

( Summary by ChatGPT:

  1. DgrmJS is a JavaScript library for creating SVG flow diagrams, specifically for use in business process management systems. It works on desktop and mobile devices and has no dependencies.
  2. The congress.gov API is an API provided by the Library of Congress, which allows developers to access data from the U.S. Congress.
  3. Terminal.Gui is a cross-platform terminal UI toolkit for .NET, which allows developers to build terminal-based applications.
  4. The Design Patterns Library is a comprehensive collection of design patterns implemented in C#, covering a range of common and lesser-known design patterns.
  5. .NET Interactive is a tool that combines the power of .NET with other languages to create notebooks, REPLs, and other coding experiences.
  6. UnitGenerator is a C# source generator that creates value-objects, inspired by units of measure.
  7. The WSL Guide is a guide to using the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) for development, including using WSL with Kubernetes and in the cloud (Microsoft Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud).
  8. sp_WhoIsActive is a tool that can be used to catch ASYNC_NETWORK_IO in SQL Server.
  9. PSBlitz is a tool that easily outputs SQL Server diagnostics data.
  10. September Free Community Tools Awareness Month is an event focused on promoting and highlighting open source tools and resources for software development.

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Friday links 498

  1. Why you should keep a Code Journal | Code Journaling pt 1 of 4 – DEV Community
  2. The Consultant’s Craft: Becoming More Than a Programmer
  3. How We Migrated from Javascript and Flow to TypeScript at Osome – DEV Community
  4. Which Monorepo is right for a Node.js BACKEND now? | by Yoni Goldberg | Autodesk TLV | May, 2022 | Medium
  5. “Index Seek” Doesn’t Mean Much. – Brent Ozar Unlimited®
  6. 8 Shocking HTML tips you probably don’t know about – DEV Community
  7. Wait! What happened to RSS?! – Oli Warner
  8. A practical guide to writing technical specs – Stack Overflow Blog
  9. Angular Clean Http Service Methods: Handle Your Backend Communication With Ease | by Walid Bouguima | Jun, 2022 | Medium
  10. Developers spend most of their time figuring the system out
  11. How to convert a web application to Software-as-a-Service | Red Hat Developer
  12. sverweij/dependency-cruiser: Validate and visualize dependencies. Your rules. JavaScript, TypeScript, CoffeeScript. ES6, CommonJS, AMD.
  13. EbookFoundation/free-programming-books: Freely available programming books
  14. Mike Hadlow
  15. 7 RxJS Operators You Should Know About in 2022 | JavaScript in Plain English
  16. Using Graph Theory To Group Records – SQLServerCentral
  17. Using the native web share JavaScript API – DEV Community
  18. A Visual Guide to the Aztec Pantheon
  19. On rebooting: the unreasonable effectiveness of turning computers off and on again – Keunwoo Lee’s Minimum Viable Homepage
  20. https://blog.theodo.com/2022/07/simplify-your-applications-with-xstate/

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