46 / Editing stuff in prod
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40 min · ciechanow.ski
Bartosz Ciechanowski built an amazing interactive blogpost that explains how GPS works and why.
How “Engineering-Driven” Leads to “Engineering-Supremacy”
9 min · charity.wtf
Charity explains how Honeycomb went from an engineering-driven company to hiring people with actual degrees and experience in other fields (Sales, Marketing, etc.) and the dangers that come with being engineering-driven.
We DO NOT hire engineers who talk shit about sales and marketing.
Times are great for programmers now. How does it end?
3 min · vaghetti.dev
Douglas Vaghetti explores different ways programming work could evolve.
Editing stuff in prod
3 min · rachelbythebay.com
Rachel about the bad practice of editing your production deployment and when it can be necessary.
SPAs were a mistake
2 min · gomakethings.com
Chris Ferdinandi about the complexity SPAs introduce and how your browser already does that for you with a traditional website.
8 min · lexoral.com
Stop Storing Secrets In Environment Variables!
2 min · blog.forcesunseen.com
Matt Hamilton argues that instead of storing secrets in environment variables you should use ephemeral file system mounts.
Reasons for servers to support IPv6
7 min · jvns.ca
Julia Evans has 12 reasons why you would want to support IPv6.
Rust’s Rules Are Made to Be Broken
6 min · blog.warp.dev
Chuck Pierce explains four Rust concepts that “break” existing rules.
Inspecting Web Views in macOS
1 min · blog.jim-nielsen.com
Jim Nielsen about a way to inspect system web views on macOS (e.g. System Settings). Thanks, Jan!
Cutting Room Floor
Notes apps are where ideas go to die. And that’s good.
6 min · reproof.app
Matthew Guay about the importance of writing things down to close open loops and why, in their opinion, second brain systems don’t work. Thanks, Michal!
The Ultra-Introverts Who Live Nocturnally
15 min · theatlantic.com
Faith Hill has talked to nocturnals, people that sleep during daytime and enjoy the dark, calm night and discusses its effects on their mental health. Thanks, Mom!
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