Geek Reading March 21, 2016 #1067

It was a fairly light weekend, but there is still plenty of good reading. At Twitter, they talk about observability, where they give us a technical overview of what they are doing. On Keeping It Classless, we get an interesting post about test-driven network automation. It is odd to see test automation in the world of networking, but it seems to work, so why not? On the Clean Coder Blog, Robert Martin has a rebuttal to the “giving up TDD” post that has been talked about recently. The summary is “you’re doing it wrong”, but it is a good read on how to not make some common mistakes.

As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.

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