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#[https://dev.to/devmount/which-movies-or-series-about-programming-would-you-recommend-439a Which movies or series about programming would you recommend?] - Just wanted to mention "Halt and Catch Fire", which I thought was awesome ([https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/oct/16/farewell-to-halt-and-catch-fire-the-best-show-that-nobody-watched So did this person]).
#[https://dev.to/helad11/the-world-runs-on-open-source-but-who-s-paying-for-gas-h9e THE WORLD RUNS ON OPEN-SOURCE, BUT WHOS PAYING FOR GAS?] - It's a great point: ''Thousands of open source projects are abandoned every year by their developers, leaving their users in a bind. That is a big issue for the companies who spend billions of dollars every year for handling obsolete, undocumented and generally unmaintained open source projects used in their commercial software. When a company assigns a $50/hr developer to fix a bug in a ‘free’ piece of software, it stops being free. Why not pay the original developer for a great open source project that frees corporate resources to tackle mission-critical tasks?''
#[https://dev.to/magarcia/solid-principles-of-object-oriented-design-5gh0 SOLID Principles of Object-Oriented Design]- ''When starting to write Object-Oriented programing the SOLID principles could be difficult to understand and, if they are understood, see where and when to apply them is not trivial. But they are an example of one of the most important things in software development, practice and experience will make you apply these principles in a very natural and intuitive way.'' - I also think you end up with more secure software...
#[https://dev.to/kavindyasinthasilva/top-10-algorithms-every-software-engineer-should-know-by-heart-4jag TOP 10 ALGORITHMS EVERY SOFTWARE ENGINEER SHOULD KNOW BY HEART]
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