Erlang by Example, Accessibility, Good StackOverflow Answers, Testing, Flexbox, HTTP Server in C, Icecream Affecting Cars.
Reddit and LinkedIn Apps Capturing iOS Clipboard, Python Library for Pretty Terminal Apps, Zola Workflow, Modern Pascal, Bash Test Framework, Dependency Manager for Python, C Quirks.
GoodReads Summary: When companies develop a new technology, do they ask how it might affect the people who will actually use it? That, more or less, sums up Brian David Johnson's duties as Intel's futurist-in-residence. In this fascinating book, Johnson provides a collection of science fiction prototyping stories that attempt to answer the question.
Rust Async and Tide, Github Redesign, Apple Declining Web APIs, Fira Font, Runbooks, Zig Async.
Google Lawsuit for Ignoring Incognito Mode, Chrome Exploit in the Wild, Benchmarking HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2.0, Creating Tables in C++, Understanding Emacs, Open Source Licenses, Builder Pattern in Rust, Why Leave Medium.
SIGSEGV, ActivityPub Conf, Git Branch Names, Rust Ecosystem, Learning Rust with CLI, Design Problems, SCP.
GoodReads Summary: Imperial Intelligence couldn't find them, the Imperial Fleet couldn't catch them, and local defenses couldn't stop them. It seemed the planet-wrecking pirates were invincible. But they made a big mistake when they raided ex-commando leader Alicia DeVries' quiet home work, tortured and murdered her family, and then left her for dead. Alicia decided to turn "pirate" herself, and stole a cutting-edge AI ship from the Empire to start her vendetta. Her fellow veterans think she's gone crazy, the Imperial Fleet has shoot-on-sight orders. And of course the pirates want her dead, too. But Alicia DeVries has two allies nobody knows about, allies as implacable as she is: a self-aware computer, and a creature from the mists of Old Earth's most ancient legends. And this trio of furies won't rest until vengeance is served.
Commit Messages (again), Ansible, CLI Names, Feature Flags, Rust Binary Sizes, Mongo with Rust, Command Line Task Manager.
Infrastructure as (Python) Code, Pong in Elm, Alan Kay and Objects, Paywalls, Brave, Note Taking, Rust From Scratch, Writing, 51 Concepts You Should Know, MAD in CSS, Magic Algorithms.
On this year StackOverflow Survey, Python lost its 2nd place in the "Most Loved Languages" ranking to TypeScript. On our Python group, people started wondering why. And I just thought it would be nice to post my thoughts on the situation.