39 / Who Uses To-Do Lists?
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Tweet of The Week
continually amused by blockchain proponents who are fundamentally unable to understand that there exist people for whom money is not the #1 motivator — @molly0xFFF on Twitter
7 min · scylladb.com
Piotr Sarna explains the process of debugging concurrency issues in a Rust library and their solutions.
2 min · arunkprasad.com
Arun Prasad makes a counter-argument to the "to-do lists don't work" posts by listing some successful or influential people and how they use(d) them.
3 min · twitter.com/nathanbarry
Nathan Barry shares 10 tipps on connecting remote teams. I love the private team stories podcast idea, maybe I'll start something like this.
28 min · kalzumeus.com
Patrick McKenzie teaches you the basics of not-sucking at salary negotiations and the importance of it.
6 min · eng.uber.com
Cristian Velazquez about the impact tuning the Go garbage collector GOGC had on services at Uber.
15 min · finnian.io
Finnian Anderson explains how their team did HTML-over-the-wire using Turbo/Hotwire and Rails and their experience with it.
9 min · blog.frankmtaylor.com
Frank M Taylor has a comprehensive guide on naming things in frontend projects.
9 min · ncameron.org
Nick Cameron (who was on the Rust core team) about the things Rust should focus on in 2022.
4 min · poignardazur.github.io
Olivier Faure about a feature they wish Rust had: inout methods, which inherit the mutability status of
self for the return type to get rid of
4 min · deterministic.space
Pascal Hertleif explains how the Rust game engine Bevy uses traits to label systems in a type-safe manner.
8 min · kevinhoffman.medium.com
Kevin Hoffmann about their frustrating experience when getting started with the internals of async Rust.
Cutting Room Floor
9 min · antipope.org
Charlie Stross about his predictions of 2022 and how he "clearly wasn't pessimistic enough". Make sure you're in a good mood before reading this, it's a bit grim.
8 min · stephendiehl.com
Stephen Diehl talks about some counterpoints against the cryptocurrency-bubble, namely how they don't solve a real problem, they aren't actually currencies and more.
9 min · profgalloway.com
Scott Galloway about the reality of the so-called web3:
Web3 has different-colored hair, but the same DNA as earlier web paradigms, which decentralized services at an unprecedented scale to centralize wealth and influence at an unprecedented scale. [...] So far, web3 is web2.01.
5 min · keygen.sh
Zeke Gabrielse quit caffeine after 15 years and tells you about the cold-turkey experience and how it turned out.
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