78 / No, you're not entitled to your opinion
2 min · blog.jim-nielsen.com
Jim Nielsen about what work looks like and why work away from a computer can be real work as a tech worker.
7 min · hpdailyrant.medium.com
Hà Phan has seven qualities of healthy teams.
5 min · martinfowler.com
Martin Fowler about Conway's Law, how an organisation structure is reflected in the systems it designs.
6 min · karlsutt.com
Karl Sutt has some great tactical advice for writing as an engineer.
11 min · github.com
Russ Cox proposed an iterator in Go.
15 min · blog.m-ou.se
Mara Bos about a possible Rust specification and standard (similar to C or C++).
3 min · sharats.me
Shrikant has an opinionated guide to shell scripts.
19 min · quadratic.fm
Ilija Eftimov has case studies in how tech giants support If-Modified-Since and other HTTP preconditions.
7 min · jrsinclair.com
James Sinclair explains why you should write your code for the right audience, just like a writer.
11 min · sidbala.com
Sid Bala explains why H264 is as good as it is.
12 min · matduggan.com
Mathew Duggan explains why vendor lock-in is an issue with the new Passkeys standard.
Cutting Room Floor
4 min · theconversation.com
Patrick Stokes explains why not everyone is entitled to an opinion.
6 min · washingtonpost.com
Faiz Siddiqui, Elizabeth Dwoskin and Gerrit De Vynck explain what’s going on at Twitter in the recent days.
5 min · theverge.com
Nilay Patel explains the trouble Elon will get into with his goals to allow all free speech on Twitter.
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