Hope your weekend has been good, enjoy this weeks issue! ✌️
Tweet of The Week
y’all asked for hot girl summer and instead we got climate change-induced heatwaves — @dontdoitjoe on Twitter
- Asynchronous Design Critique: Getting Feedback (alistapart.com) — Erin Casali explains how to ask for feedback and why “any questions?” won’t cut it.
- The Weakness Question (jacobian.org) — Jacob Kaplan-Moss is writing a series about interviewing questions, this time about the dreaded weakness question.
- Harder Than It Looks, Not As Fun as It Seems (collaborativefund.com) — Morgan Housel explains how everything is sales.
- Polymorphism in Rust (oswalt.dev) — Matt Oswalt talks about the two different ways to do polymorphism in Rust (static and dynamic dispatch).
- Parse, don’t validate (lexi-lambda.github.io) — Alexis King explains the advantages of parsing a value into a type over just validating it using Haskell.
- Botnets, or This is Why We Cannot Have Nice Things (sheep.horse) — Andrew Stephens describes his steps to deal with an increasing amount of bots accessing his site.
- Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend (programmingisterrible.com) — tef in an amazing writeup on how to write code that is easy to delete.
- Things I wish Git had: Commit groups (blog.danieljanus.pl) — Daniel Janus about the one feature he’s missing from Git and why merge commits aren’t cutting it.
- git undo: We can do better (blog.waleedkhan.name) — Waleed Khan has written a git command that can undo almost everything.
Cutting Room Floor
- Notes on How to Live (conordewey.com) — Conor Dewey has some great notes on the book How to Live by Derek Sivers.
- How to work hard (paulgraham.com) — Paul Graham explains why it’s not enough to have talent or work hard; you need both.
- Where Jobless Benefits Were Cut, Jobs Are Still Hard to Fill (nytimes.com) — Patricia Cohen about how the pandemic made less people accept low wages and bad conditions when it comes to jobs.
- The economics of dollar stores (thehustle.co) — Zachary Crockett about what makes a dollar store profitable.
- Why wood has gotten so dang expensive (constructionphysics.substack.com) — Brian Potter explains why lumber prices have been skyrocketing.
- Points of view: Color blindness (nature.com) — Bang Wong has put out guidelines for graphics that are accessible to people with vision deficiencies.
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