Issue #91.1

27 July 2016

Issue #91.1: "Goodbye Object Oriented Programming", and much more...

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Goodbye Object Oriented Programming
- Written by Charles Scalfani, CTO at Panoramic Software
The Uber Engineering Tech Stack, Part One: The Foundation
- Written by Lucie Lozinski, Technical Writer at Uber
The Psychological Battles of Big Refactorings 
- Written by Ka Wai Cheung, Co-founder of Mammoth
Introducing Stack Overflow Documentation Beta
- Written by Kevin Montrose, Stack Overflow Developer
The Performance Benefits of rel=noopener
- Written by Jake Archibald, Developer Advocate for Google Chrome
Exclusive to Pointer: The Engineer’s Guide to Babies
- Written by Chet Haase, Comedian and Senior Software Engineer at Google

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Why Uber Engineering Switched from Postgres to MySQL
- Written by Evan Klitzke, Engineer at Uber
#Postgres #MySQL
The Script That Hacked the DNC
- Written by Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder & CTO at CrowdStrike
99 Bottles
- Written by Sandi Metz, Ruby Programmer
All The Little things (2014 Presentation)
- Presented by Sandi Metz, Ruby Programmer
#OOP #Rails
Go is for Everyone
- Written by Matt Aimonetti, Co-founder of Splice
What "Full Stack" Really Means to the Job Market
- Written by Christian Maioli, Software Developer  

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