87 / The internet wants to be fragmented
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Toot of the Week
Rebasing is just gaslighting for computers.
3 min · mikefisher.substack.com
Mike Fisher about their favourite response when given a task.
8 min · nationalgeographic.co.uk
Stacey Colino has the neurological explanation for the reasons you get great ideas in the shower or find bug fixes when on a walk: The default mode network in your brain.
10 min · noahpinion.substack.com
Noah Smith about centralised social media, why community moderation works and the trend towards a decentralised internet.
6 min · goretro.ai
David Pereira about four common reasons roadmap trap teams and negatively impact the results and what to do instead.
11 min · randsinrepose.com
Michael Lopp about the right way to "save" someone who's decided to quit.
2 min · martinrue.com
Martin Rue explains why preparation is a requirement for motivation.
3 min · breakingpoint.substack.com
Sean Byrnes says you need two metrics in your team: One for success and one for velocity.
14 min · longform.asmartbear.com
Jason Cohen has a recipe for fulfilment: Joy, skill & need.
19 min · matklad.github.io
Alex Kladov has some great advice for testing software.
6 min · joelonsoftware.com
Joel Spolsky gives a list of reasons why you probably don't want to rewrite your software product.
23 min · threedots.tech
Robert Laszczak with an opinionated list of Go libraries you might need — this is super useful for people starting out!
12 min · blog.yoshuawuyts.com
Yoshua Wuyts about state machines in Rust, existing challenges and possible language features that would make it easier to work with.
10 min · blogs.newardassociates.com
This post describes the advantages often listed for microservices and why you can achieve most of them with modules in your application.
Cutting Room Floor
4 min · humantransit.org
Jarrett Walker about the results of elites making decisions for many people that are only useful for them.
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