Browsing through Thoughtworks’ 25th edition of their technology radar, I found some tools that look interesting, in no particular order:
- “Comby is a tool for searching and changing code structure” (source: comby’s website). It’s a little like grep, but specifically for source code, as it actually seems to generate an abstract syntax tree internally. Looks very cool.
- ProxyMan is a (macOS only) and Charles are proxies for debugging network traffic.
- gopass team password / secret manager based on git and gpg.
- Berglas manages secrets using Google Secret Manager.
- mob simple command line tool that helps with remote mob programming by handling the necessary “git handover”-workflow
- headless UI by the creators of tailwind css, is a set of unstyled, fully accessible UI components
- DoWhy is “an end-to-end library for causal inference”
- Prefect is an airflow-alternative that lets you create workflows by annotating plain Python functions
- Pulumi is a terraform-alternative that is not declarative and thus in some cases better suited, especially for handling dynamic deployments
The complete Thoughtworks technology radar can be found here.
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