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Toot of the Week
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- RFC processes are a poor fit for most organizations - Jacob Kaplan-Moss (jacobian.org)
Jacob Kaplan-Moss explains why RFCs typically don’t work for corporations.
- Redefining Developer Experience (begin.com)
Cole Peters about modern web DX and why we need to move from Swiss Army Knifes to dedicated tools.
Kilian Valkhof lists ways to build common web dev components using only HTML and CSS.
- My Toddler Loves Planes, So I Built Her A Radar (jacobbartlett.substack.com)
Jacob Bartlett talks about the process of creating a radar app for his daughter.
- 10 Weird HTML Hacks That Shaped The Internet (tedium.co)
Ernie Smith shows 10 HTML hacks, from conditional HTML comments to using tables for layouts.
- Examples of Great URL Design (blog.jim-nielsen.com)
Jim Nielsen shows some examples of great URL design and explains why they like them.
- Code is run more than read (olano.dev)
Facundo Olano about different factors in software development and how changing the priorities affects the software quality.
Cutting Room Floor
- Waluigi creator reveals scrapped ‘Bad Peach’ designs — behold Wapeach (polygon.com)
Michael McWhertor about published sketches of an evil princess peach, “Wapeach”.
- Why We're Dropping Basecamp (blogs.library.duke.edu)
Will Sexton explains why the Duke University Libraries is moving away from Basecamp by 37signals.
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