Arnes Weekly: The Minimum Viable Company
Hello friends, hope you enjoy this weeks issue!
Tweet of The Week
java is the denim of programming languages — @Foone on Twitter
- Quitting Has Become the Ultimate Form of Self-Care — Katie Heaney describes why it’s okay to quit your job for self-care only (if you can afford it).
- True Product Market Fit is a Minimum Viable Company — Ann Miura-Ko talks about why you not only need a minimum viable product, but also a minimal viable company.
- Clarity is an underrated skill — Tom Gamon introduces you to three rules of clarity.
- Text Rendering Hates You (2019) — Alexis Beingessner about some of the edge cases you will run into when implementing a text rendering engine.
- The tools and tech I use to run a one-woman hardware company — Thea guides you through the (mostly well-known) tools she uses.
- Rust heads into the kernel? — Jake Edge summarises the discussion about Rust in the kernel.
- Naming Your Lifetimes — Andrew Lilley Brinker makes a point of more-than-one-letter lifetimes in Rust.
- How to look at the stack with gdb — Julia Evans shows you how to check out the stack in GDB with an example program.
- Crust of Rust: Subtyping and Variance — If you think you’ve understand the Rust borrow checker and lifetimes, watch this video by Jon Gjengset.
Cutting Room Floor
- Selling Tiny Internet Projects For Fun and Profit — Ben Stokes about how he built and later sold his “Tiny Project” Earlynames.
- The Strange Story of Dagobert, the “DuckTales” Bandit — Super interesting story about a criminal in Germany and how he managed to evade the police so many times.
- In the Cloud — A poem by Rachel Hadas.
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