54 / Crimes with Go Generics
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Tweet Of The Week
Remember like two weeks ago when Elon was like “tell me how to end world hunger and I’ll do it” and then he bought twitter for $44 billion instead
— @rivbutcher on Twitter
4 min · acjay.com
Alan Johnson share some great principles to look for when being an engineering manager.
5 min · freakingrectangle.com
The author explains why having people read code is superior to writing silly functions or drawing on whiteboards.
10 min · christine.website
Thanks to Go generics we finally have more ways to commit Go crimes! Xe Iaso has a few examples of Go code where generics might actually not be the best choice.
33 min · fasterthanli.me
Amos writes about all the things about Go that frustrate him.
31 min · typesanitizer.com
Varun Gandhi describes their experience of using Go for 6 months now and surfaces a lot of absurd behaviour.
3 min · kerkour.com
Sylvain Kerkour imagines a programming language better than Rust.
Cutting Room Floor
2 min · buzzfeednews.com
Katie Notopoulos writes an honest dourness of why you probably won't quit Twitter, even if it now belongs to the bad rocket man. Thanks, Jan!
4 min · arstechnica.com
Sam Machkovech reviews the Playdate, of which apparently the first batch is being sent out right now!
10 min · kk.org
Kevin Kelly turns 70 and shares 103 great bits of advice. I love these lists!
1 min · krausefx.com
Felix Krause made a public website with all kinds of data about him, including location, planned travel, local weather, mood, etc.
3 min · brainbaking.com
Wouter Groeneveld has collected a list of cool things you can do with your website.
5 min · news.mit.edu
Adam Zewe about a paper-thin loudspeaker design that could be used for 3D sound or noise cancelling an airplane cockpit.
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