Wow, this is a longer article on everything that I collected throughout the summer. From now on I will fall back into the usual cycle of monthly postings. I hope you enjoy this longer list of readings and inspiring videos.
For starters, you may spend some time with Tokyo's colorful community bus.
Tech, AI & Stuff
- It seems, some content of Ms. Rothman had been stolen by AI, that was not even written.
- Manuel Moreale takes a look on the state of the web & why it is still possible to find your quite little corner for your publications.
- Here is how a smartphone and some apps are changing the way we are reporting as well.
- Arjan is a software developer who publishes his knowledge on YouTube. This time he takes a look on ChatGPT engineer to auto-generate full code components and provide an API.
- There are more tools out there than just ChatGPT and Copilot
- Henrik Kniberg co-developed a whodunit computer game with the help of GPT (you will need an openai API key to run it)
- Syntax.fm is a great software development podcast and he has two very interesting AI episodes on Copilot and AI Tools.
- A YouTube video on using Github Copilot with a rough overview
- Here is a comparison between Copilot, Codewhisperer and Tabnine and another comparison (YouTube)
- There is a tool to use AI to create holistic and good commit messages
- You can also use Ghostwriter to have chat-based support for software development
- Codium AI writes meaningful tests and supports you with your test-driven approach to your solution
- There are some interesting tools collected on the Copilot Labs page
- The Checkly Employee Handbook on Notion
- There is Team5pm's Team Guide on Notion as well
- Here is Open Org Employee Handbook Template on Notion for you to use
- Emily Webber comes up with a beautiful summary of things you can do to transfer local cultural and social effects into remote and hybrid environments
- Thomas Auld explains Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell
- McKinsey came up with a method to measure developer productivity. Actually they copied and pasted the insights out of Dr. Forsgrens Accelerate. And Mr. Kent Beck and Gergely Orosz have an opinion about it. TL;DR: Don't do it.
- Here is an inspiring talk on Remote Working Approaches That Worked
- Christian Heilmann uses ffmpeg to create sound wave overlays on videos and pictures
- Here's an insightful example of value stream mapping inside a company from a lean veteran