47 / Falsify yourself
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i love how americans are like "if anyone is in michigan let's meet up" where michigan is like the size of my entire country
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54 min · fasterthanli.me
Amos dives deep into caching responses for concurrent requests in Rust.
3 min · morling.dev
Gunnar Morling built a great chart of questions to ask in different layers of code reviews.
4 min · alexanderell.is
Alex Ellis about their inability to resist the temptation of social networks with infinite scrolling.
When I think about how I feel after 30 minutes of letting my mind wander on a walk versus 30 minutes of scrolling, it’s night and day.
6 min · iamjonas.me
Jonas Lundberg about the importance of falsifying your ideas and plans before presenting them to others.
3 min · tuple.app
A great list of things to improve your pair programming skills.
3 min · blog.sunfishcode.online
sunfishcode about a bug that appears in most Hello World programs: Handling a full disk.
4 min · jvns.ca
Julia Evans writes about tiny programs that solve a specific problem and they're great.
10 min · jesseduffield.com
Jesse Duffield explains different viewpoints on testing private methods.
23 min · christine.website
Xe Iaso continues their Nix flake series to talk about packaging.
18 min · blog.darrien.dev
Darrien explores the gif binary representation and some edge cases, like a true-color gif.
Cutting Room Floor
5min · sive.rs
Derek Sivers about the time in 2003 after the initial iTunes launch, when Apple wanted to add music from independent labels and Steve Jobs blocking their access.
3 min · newyorker.com
Sheelah Kolhatkar about the limited effects of the SWIFT ban.
41 min · lowtechmagazine.com
The Low-tech Magazine explains how they built a bike generator that can charge USB-devices, power a lamp or even a workstation.
4 min · paulgraham.com
Paul Graham about the importance to write down ideas to really know their flaws.
3 min · arne.me
I wrote a blogpost about an email strategy that puts humans first.
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