Tweet of the Week
Get A Good Night’s Sleep by Uninstalling PagerDuty and Throwing Your Phone Into A Lake — @Luna on Twitter
- Honesty is a professional behavior (jacobian.org)
Jacob Kaplan-Moss explains in which cases it’s okay to lie at work.
- Management @ PlanetScale (gist.github.com)
Sam Lambert, the CEO of PlanetScale talks about the management values at his company.
- Firefox Addons for 2022 (smcleod.net)
Sam McLeod has some great recommendations for Firefox adding that improve privacy and make your life easier.
- Math on GitHub: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (nschloe.github.io)
Nico Schlömer about all the little details in GitHub’s new math support.
- The Surprising Truth About Pixels and Accessibility (joshwcomeau.com)
Josh Comeau explains when to use rem, px or em in CSS with a great mental model.
- Rust Ergonomics: Default and From (elijahcaine.me)
Elijah Caine M. Voigt about Rust ergonomics and why it’s better to be explicit than „sprinkle magic automatically“.
- Rust: A Critical Retrospective (bunniestudios.com)
Bunnie reflects on using Rust for an OS they’ve been writing, especially the supply chain attack surface.
- Golang Diaries: Generics (tbray.org)
Tim Bray describes some footguns when working with Go generics.
Cutting Room Floor
- The wonder material graphene may have found its killer app (economist.com)
Graphene can make concrete 30 % stronger, allowing the use of less material, especially cement and therefore producing greener concrete. But that’s not the only promising use-case for the relatively new material.
- The Crypto Crash Feels Amazing (theatlantic.com)
Ian Bogost describes the feelings of an outsider to the crypto bubble, including relief and schadenfreude.
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