accurate

accurate

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infiniteundo:

Google, Amazon and Facebook all are using very aggressive Continuous Delivery workflows and have been doing so for years.

Weekly, daily or even hourly production deployments are a commonly-practiced, enterprise-scale software development life cycle.

Today, numerous “Web-scale” organizations…

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They weren’t kidding either - Imgur

They weren’t kidding either - Imgur

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band-nonsense:

tessaviolet:

peachofcake:

tessaviolet:

i’m tupac on the inside.

tupac is dead.

exactly.

well this is more emotional than expected 

(via wlison)

"Like cocaine use, we can develop a Dopamine release from various kinds of behaviors. Computer programming is one such behavior. Consider this: you might imagine that a person would not want to spend hours on end staring at a computer screen, skipping meals, losing track of time, only using a text editor, making small changes to a text file, observing small results, over and over again - in other words, the experience of computer programming. Those who enjoy, or, dare I say, are addicted to computer programming - they spend their time in a trance, going through the motions, waiting for the moment when they have solved a problem and their code does what it was intended to do, akin to the pleasure a person might get from solving puzzles for leisure. To make things worse (from an addiction stand point) it’s hard to know when the puzzle will be properly solved, so a degree of nervous anticipation builds up before each verification and when the puzzle is finally solved, there is a mild or often intense feeling of pleasure. Which then shortly subsides as the programmer then repeats the cycle, onto the next puzzle, onto the next fix."

The Effects of Computer Programming on the Brain (via azcode)

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cyclical-deja-vus:

in certain circumstances

cyclical-deja-vus:

in certain circumstances

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The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World - Imgur

The 33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World - Imgur

3deep5u:

3deep5u:

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