41 / Contemplating calendars
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Tweet of the Week
truly blessed day— @tmandry on Twitter
Devon Zuegel has an interesting way to use their calendar and seems to get way more out of it than the average person.
The complexity of knowledge and skill transfer
Dan Luu about the importance of experience in the software engineering field.
@lilykonings on Twitter
Lily Konings has five questions to ask your future manager back in your interview.
Tim Reynolds describes the job of a tech lead, arguing that feasibility should be the central theme.
The Biggest Mistake I See Engineers Make
Zach Lloyd about the problem with engineers working on a big or important project without involving their team.
Go is about to get a whole lot faster
Dominic Tobias ported a library to new generics and the benchmarks show a 2-3x increase.
Tutorial: Getting started with generics
The official Go tutorial to get started with generics, one of the most exciting (and controversal) features ever for the language.
I'm porting tsc to Go
DongYoon Kang explains why he chose to rewrite the TypeScript Type Checker in Go instead of Rust.
Hosting my static sites with nginx
Julia Evans explains her infrastructure and deployment setup for the websites they host.
The Curse of NixOS
Wesley Aptekar-Cassels about NixOS and it's flaws, but also why he can't go back.
Prefer to change the code rather than write a workaround
Spencer Baugh makes the point that unless you have a valid excuse (which you most likely don't have), you should fix code instead of working around it.
Cutting Room Floor
A Science Experiment: published!
Bert Hubert has a list of tips to get your paper published in a journal as an outsider.
Yet Another Hot Take on “Folders versus Tags”
Eleanor Konik prefers folders to tags in his slip-box.
Buy Things, Not Experiences
Harold Lee in an argument against the trend to "buy experiences, not things".
Kevin Wong created a browser extension that replaces the term "nft" with "silly jpeg" and I'm here for it.
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