66 / Things you’re allowed to do
Tweet of the Week
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6 min · bstulberg.medium.com
Brad Stulberg lists 19 habits for sustainable excellence.
3 min · medium.com/nick-tune-tech-strategy-blog
Nick Tune about the structure and process fallacy; thinking a reorg alone will make the company more efficient.
9 min · jvns.ca
Julia Evans about terminal history, escape codes and the quirks of a 40-year old standard.
5 min · v5.chriskrycho.com
Chris Krycho lists reasons people like Zig even with the lack of memory safety.
4 min · slightknack.dev
Isaac Clayton about designing software with Rust's strengths in mind.
17 min · fly.io
Thomas Ptacek tells the story of implementing SOC2 at Fly.io.
6 min · brandur.org
Brandur argues that soft-deletion is mostly complicating things, actually undeleting something happens very rarely.
4 min · endler.dev
Matthias Endler tries to implement the unix
yes command in an efficient way, which is more complicated than you probably thin
4 min · dorianlistens.com
Dorian Scheidt about a recent change he contributed to rust-analyzer.
13 min · htmx.org
This article is about JSON-RPC APIs wrongly being called REST APIs nowadays and what a real REST API actually looks like.
Cutting Room Floor
8 min · milan.cvitkovic.net
Milan Cvitkovic has a cool list of things that you're allowed to do, but didn't know you were or didn't even think about it.
8 min · chess24.com
Interesting story happening in the world of chess: Magnus Carlsen won't play another tournament after being world champion for 10 years.
7 min · theguardian.com
Oliver Burkeman has eight secrets to a fulfilled life.
11 min · sevarg.net
Russell Graves goes into detail on the new lockdown mode coming in iOS 16. TL;DR: you should enable it.
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