I was busy this month, both personally and professionally, due to the move. Although I cannot tell all details, my recent tasks have been mainly a migration: transfer data to a new structure. It is no sophisticated works. But any discrepancy can introduce catastrophic side-effects, so it has kept me
an engineer's home.
I'm reading Lab Girl (Hope Jahren) these days and have struggled with my lack of vocabulary. I have been used to engineering and some political/economics jargon, but English literature (mostly emotional/descriptive terms) is still challenging. The book is more a poem than an ordinary memoir. So, I've tried
Two years ago, some engineers in my company had a study on the book "Hands-on Dependency Injection in Go." Overall, the book was about the famous SOLID principles: Single responsibility principleOpen/closed principleLiskov substitution principleInterface segregation principleDependency inversion principleAt that time, I couldn't get the last one: the dependency inversion