66 / Things you’re allowed to do
Tweet of the Week
not-wanting-people-to-get-mad-at-me-driven development— @mycoliza on Twitter on Twitter
The Habits of Sustainable Excellence
Brad Stulberg lists 19 habits for sustainable excellence.
The Structure and Process Fallacy
Nick Tune about the structure and process fallacy; thinking a reorg alone will make the company more efficient.
What happens when you press a key in your terminal?
Julia Evans about terminal history, escape codes and the quirks of a 40-year old standard.
Some Thoughts on Zig
Chris Krycho lists reasons people like Zig even with the lack of memory safety.
Building a Rust Mentality
Isaac Clayton about designing software with Rust's strengths in mind.
SOC2: The Screenshots Will Continue Until Security Improves
Thomas Ptacek tells the story of implementing SOC2 at Fly.io.
Soft Deletion Probably Isn't Worth It
Brandur argues that soft-deletion is mostly complicating things, actually undeleting something happens very rarely.
A Little Story About the `yes` Unix Command
Matthias Endler tries to implement the unix
yes command in an efficient way, which is more complicated than you probably thin
Improving “Extract Function” in Rust Analyzer
Dorian Scheidt about a recent change he contributed to rust-analyzer.
How Did REST Come To Mean The Opposite of REST?
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
Things you're allowed to do
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.
Magnus Carlsen to give up World Championship title
Interesting story happening in the world of chess: Magnus Carlsen won't play another tournament after being world champion for 10 years.
Oliver Burkeman's last column: the eight secrets to a (fairly) fulfilled life
Oliver Burkeman has eight secrets to a fulfilled life.
Analyzing iOS 16 Lockdown Mode: Browser Features and Performance
Russell Graves goes into detail on the new lockdown mode coming in iOS 16. TL;DR: you should enable it.
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