59 / Programming in the Apocalypse
Hey, how's it going? Hope you enjoy this weeks curation 🤞🏻
Tweet Of The Week
Writing is not a result of thinking.
Writing is thinking.
— @fortelabs on Twitter
1 min · typeshare.co
KimSia Sim divides all problems into five levels and uses them to allocate their energy.
10 min · future.com
Jeremiah Lowin about designing for failure and resilience and how it can impact your productivity.
15 min · matduggan.com
Mathew Duggan paints the picture of a software engineer in 2050, dealing with missing parts (due to floods and other catastrophes), spotty internet and other issues caused by the climate crisis.
10 min · itsallaboutthebit.com
Piotr Sarnacki answers to a blogpost which argues that Rust is (too) hard and explains why it's actually not that hard in most cases for application developers.
9 min · leerob.io
Lee Robinson tells the story of early Heroku, which was a pioneer in DX, and introduces some modern alternatives.
6 min · dx.tips
Shawn Wang introduces methods to create an end-to-end developer journey. If you care about DX, this is a must-read.
69 min · fasterthanli.me
Amos dives deep (as usual) into Rust type issues he's encountered and how to get out of them.
26 min · mazzo.li
Francesco optimises a write and read program to achieve a throughput of over 60 GiB/s over a pipe.
3 min · xeiaso.net
Xe shares how to store an SSH key on a YubiKey.
4 min · learnui.design
A well-made interactive page to learn typography design. It even works on mobile!
Cutting Room Floor
3 min · hard-drive.net
The Hard Drive team summarises the hilarious Twitter conversation with the evil rocket man.
8 min · bert.org
Bertrand Fan bought an old payphone and installed it in his office, then connected it to an old phone in the kids room.
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