117 / Don't be afraid to be wrong
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Toot of the Week
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Don't be afraid to be wrong
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
Lauryn Higgins about gender bias in the workplace and gives tips to fight it.
A Senior Engineer's CheckList
A checklist for a senior engineer (with 60 items!)
7 simple habits of the top 1% of engineers
A list with seven useful engineering habits.
Using Zig in our incremental Turborepo migration from Go to Rust
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
Pierre 'catwell' Chapuis about the benefits of linear code and how to get most of the benefits of abstractions.
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.
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?
@edent about the advantages of an eReader and risk management.
An Opinionated Personal Folder Structure
Stefan Zweifel explains their folder structure, adapted after Johnny Decimal. Thanks, Jan!
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