This, on the other hand, is huge: trunk-based development.
I'm really tired of having a dev branch with periodic commits to master so we can deploy from master. It's so much nicer to tag a release and deploy that.
Here's the top 10 Python list for September 2017.
Learning Python: Zero to Hero: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/learning-python-from-zero-to-hero-120ea540b567
Why we switched from Python to Go: https://codeburst.io/why-we-switched-from-python-to-go-60c8fd2cb9a9. We distribute a CLI for our API in Go because it's slightly simpler to provide executables in Go. However, our user community has Python already... We need to provide similar functionality in Python.
Technical Debt: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/what-is-technical-debt-and-why-do-most-startups-have-it-9a54458daabf
Software Engineering v. Programming. https://medium.com/@samerbuna/software-engineering-is-different-from-programming-b108c135af26
Annotations in Java? Ugh. The level of complexity seems to have gotten out of control. https://blog.softwaremill.com/the-case-against-annotations-4b2fb170ed67