This is issue #34 of Arnes Weekly.

34 / Inspiring Resilience

Hope you're doing okay ✌🏻

Tweet of the Week

If you wondering what’s Tech Twitter been up to lately. A meme. A boy with a trumped follows a girl that covers her ears. Text on the boy reads "crypto/nft/web3/dao", text on the girl reads "tech twitter"@tweevtran

Favourites

  • 100 years of whatever this will be (apenwarr.ca, 6 min) — apenwarr about distributed systems in the real world and how they all eventually go awry if they're not regulated.
  • I will pay you cash to delete your npm module (drewdevault.com, 1 min) — Drew DeVault will pay NPM maintainers cash to delete their module, the more weekly downloads the more cache. The idea is to disrupt and question the crazy JavaScript ecosystem.
  • Surprise! Inspiring Resilience (youtu.be, 31 min) — Cory Watson looks at real-world resilience at the Navy, NASA and others to find inspiration for the tech sector.

Culture

  • Pair Programming (jacobian.org, 6 min) — Jacob Kaplan-Moss wrote another part of his series on work sample tests and explains how to structure and evaluate pair-programming tests.
  • Being Opinionated Is Good And Bad. (mastrolinux.medium.com, 3 min) — Luca Cipriani about being opinionated vs. holding back.
  • Will Nix Overtake Docker? (blog.replit.com, 6 min) — Connor Brewster compares Nix and Docker and explains each system's advantages.

Software Engineering

Cutting Room Floor


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