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Toot of the Week
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- Don't be afraid to be wrong (nlopes.dev)
Norberto shares strategies to be more resilient and relaxed in cases where you could be wrong.
- 30 Criticisms That Hold Women Leaders Back, According to New Research (sheknows.com)
Lauryn Higgins about gender bias in the workplace and gives tips to fight it.
- A Senior Engineer's CheckList (littleblah.com)
A checklist for a senior engineer (with 60 items!)
- 7 simple habits of the top 1% of engineers (engineercodex.substack.com)
A list with seven useful engineering habits.
- Using Zig in our incremental Turborepo migration from Go to Rust (vercel.com)
Nicholas Yang explains how and why they use Zig as a compiler to enable the move from Go to Rust in Turborepo.
- Linear code is more readable (blog.separateconcerns.com)
Pierre ‘catwell’ Chapuis about the benefits of linear code and how to get most of the benefits of abstractions.
- Aging Code (vadimkravcenko.com)
Vadim Kravcenko about the glow of a maturity in an old(er) codebase and why it might outweigh the reasons to do a rewrite.
Cutting Room Floor
- Your customers hate MVPs. Make a SLC instead. (longform.asmartbear.com)
Jason Cohen explains why Minimal Viable Product (MVP) is a selfish process and you should instead build something Simple, Lovable and Complete (SLC).
- What if civilisation *doesn't* collapse? (shkspr.mobi)
@edent about the advantages of an eReader and risk management.
- An Opinionated Personal Folder Structure (stefanzweifel.dev)
Stefan Zweifel explains their folder structure, adapted after Johnny Decimal. Thanks, Jan!
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