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  1. http://aras-p.info/blog/2018/12/28/Modern-C-Lamentations/
  2. https://ayende.com/blog/184993-A/the-fear-of-an-empty-source-file
  3. https://css-tricks.com/code-review-etiquette/
  4. I've been using http://valgrind.org/ for years and I'm getting curious about ASan, do you have experience with the tool or did you just gave it a try ? Could you try running master with valgrind too ? Thanks
  5. https://www.daedtech.com/expert-developers-still-make-mistakes/
  6. https://hackernoon.com/the-myth-of-software-time-estimations-576a7466d91a
  7. You can also add the remote repo where the pull request is and then merge it into the local TC branch (3.3.5 or master). It will be up to you to deal with merge conflicts and updates tho (probably requiring to rebase from time to time).
  8. http://blog.cleancoder.com/uncle-bob/2017/02/23/NecessaryComments.html
  9. https://heatst.com/tech/drupal-contributors-threaten-to-quit-after-a-developer-is-banned-for-his-private-sex-life/ Once again I find myself to support the https://github.com/domgetter/NCoC "No code of conduct" idea
  10. Please fix the crawled repos https://www.openhub.net/p/TrinityCore/enlistments , it still points to 6.x branch
  11. https://www.kennethreitz.org/essays/the-reality-of-developer-burnout
  12. https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/display/tc/Monitoring+a+TrinityCore+server might help you monitor what's happening on the server. You should also check the configuration of every involved application (authserver, worldserver, MySQL), fine-tuning them for best performance (which may vary on your usage and hardware resources)
  13. https://www.trinitycore.org/ homepage still references 6.x branch that is no longer maintained and shows https://github.com/TrinityCore/TrinityCore/commit/a249d86b00eb0854cb925f8bea76ddbb364208df as most recent commit, instead of showing commits of branch "master". The "View Details" link should point to the new master branch too
  14. https://aeon.co/ideas/coding-is-not-fun-it-s-technically-and-ethically-complex
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