Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.

 

A Highly Biased Review of C# Changes from Version 1.0 to 9.0 – We’ve lived with C# for two decades. How much has it changed?

 

This incredible Google experiment lets you time travel to your hometown 200 years ago – The open-source map shows the changes that happen to city streetscapes over time.

 

Ransomware Hits Dozens of Hospitals in an Unprecedented Wave – As Covid-19 infections spike in many parts of the US, malware gangs are wreaking havoc on the health care system.

 

Successful Remote Teams Communicate in Bursts – Managing the flow of communication among remote teams can be tricky. Some new research has come out, identifying which concepts can foster creativity, streamline processes, reduce the stress of multi-tasking, and improve team performance.

 

Beware a New Google Drive Scam Landing in Inboxes – Scammers are luring people into Google Docs in an attempt to get them to visit potentially malicious websites.

 

Mentoring During a Crisis – Mentors can play a critical role, providing a stabilizing force by being a reassuring voice during stressful times.

 

Keeping Netflix Reliable Using Prioritized Load Shedding – Ever wonder how Netflix keeps its content delivery from failing? Three of their engineers explain how the system works.

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