Greetings from rainy Germany, hope you’re enjoying your weekend 🛋
Tweet of the Week
"Electron is Docker for GUI" is an entirely correct take that I was nonetheless not emotionally prepared for — @Lucretiel
- Rust for the Polyglot Programmer (chiark.greenend.org.uk)
If you’re an experienced programmer that want’s got get their feet wet with Rust, check this out.
- Work Is a False Idol (nytimes.com)
Cassady Rosenblum about the Lying flat movement and people embracing the freedom of rest.
- Briefing a Delegate (jacobian.org)
Jacob Kaplan-Moss on the most important things when it comes to delegation.
- How Big Tech Runs Tech Projects and the Curious Absence of Scrum (blog.pragmaticengineer.com)
Gergely Orosz about project management techniques and how Scrum can get in the way of shipping.
- We deserve better than Confluence and Notion (blog.luap.info)
Paul why often used enterprise documentation software doesn’t cut it.
- Reading Code is a Skill (trishagee.com)
Trisha Gee about the aspect of reading code and how readable code is subjective.
- Practical Makefiles, by example (nuclear.mutantstargoat.com)
John Tsiombikas has some practical advice on writing Makefiles.
- Common Newbie Mistakes and Bad Practices in Rust: Bad Habits (adventures.michaelfbryan.com)
Michael-F-Bryan has collected some common pitfalls for people starting with Rust (esp. coming from C/C++).
Cutting Room Floor
- An ultimate guide to memory palaces (metacognitive.me)
Sergiy about memory palaces and good ways to get started.
- Parallel Play Isn't Just for Kids (nytimes.com)
Sophie Vershbow explains why spending time in the presence of other people while doing your own thing is a great thing, not just for children.
- Dude, Where’s My Stuff? (am.jpmorgan.com)
Michael Cembalest explains the “global supply chain mess” with tons of graphs.
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