The rise of protestware in open source repos: The April 2022 Build
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What We Upvoted This Month
- A breakdown of Atlassian’s biggest outage ever — and the lessons engineers can learn about incident handling by studying it.
- Protestware is popping up in open source repos to protest the war in Ukraine. But is it helpful or harmful to the open source community?
- Using Kanban boards to unlock better collaborative workflows.
- We know internal documentation is essential to success. So, how do you create a culture where everyone contributes?
- In the age of containers, orchestration, infrastructure-as-code, and Kubernetes — where it’s cheaper, faster, and simpler to deploy a new instance of an app — here’s how to build a SaaS architecture with a single-tenant application.
Open Source Projects Worth Checking Out
- Dagger – A portable dev kit for CI/CD from the founder of Docker.
- xGitGuard – A security tool from Comcast to detect secrets exposed in GitHub repositories.
- FastTreeSHAP – A Python package from LinkedIn for fast interpretation of the TreeSHAP algorithm.
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