Toot of the Week
Doomsday prepping, except instead of doing it by yourself you do it with your neighbors, and instead of building a bunker you build a just, compassionate, and sustainable community. — @firstname.lastname@example.org
- How Often Should We Sharpen Our Tools? (tratt.net)
Laurence Tratt talks about sharpening our software engineering tools, giving an example where he migrated from NEdit to Vim to NeoVim.
- Practical Ways To Increase Product Velocity (blog.staysaasy.com)
This blog post explains why your team velocity is down and how to improve it!
- How to ship fast (wraptext.equals.com)
Ben McRedmond lists eight things you can do to ship fast.
- All my favorite tracing tools: eBPF, QEMU, Perfetto, new ones I built and more (thume.ca)
Tristan Hume lists a ton of tracing tools and technologies.
- Writing a file system from scratch in Rust (blog.carlosgaldino.com)
Carlos Galdino wrote a file system in Rust and explains how they typically work in the process.
- Correctly Configure (Pre) Connections (csswizardry.com)
Harry Roberts explains how to best configure preload tags on websites.
Cutting Room Floor
- The Soil We Eat (lostsupper.substack.com)
Taras Grescoe explains how modern technology leads to less fertile soil and how we might only have 60 harvests left in the world.
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