It's probably time to stop recommending Clean Code.
It's incredibly hard to figure out what any of this code does, because all of these incredibly tiny methods do almost nothing and work exclusively through side effects.
Relevant: OOP books by Sandy Metz.
Bailong Elevator in Zhangjiajie, China.
The world’s tallest outdoor lift stretches along the stone pillars that inspired the floating mountains in the movie “Avatar.”
Foam is a personal knowledge management and sharing system inspired by Roam Research, built on Visual Studio Code and GitHub.
You can use Foam for organising your research, keeping re-discoverable notes, writing long-form content and, optionally, publishing it to the web. Foam is free, open source, and extremely extensible to suit your personal workflow.
The Q Project, an open-ended typographic play system
The Q Project is a game-like type system that enables users to create a nearly infinite number of variations. Inspired by toys like Lego or Meccano, Q invites you to explore its vast creative space and discover not only new solutions, but also new problems.
Been there, still being there.
With YouTube Music, Google is holding my speakers for ransom.
YouTube Music charges a monthly fee to play my music on my speaker?
The three traps of medical AI articles.
They either don’t understand medicine, they don’t understand AI, or they don’t actually compare doctors and machines.
ncdu, htop, tldr, jq and fd.
5 modern alternatives to essential Linux command-line tools.
You know that thing where everyone on a software engineering team turns up and just writes code for eight hours a day and then later the project is successful? No you don't. Projects don’t work like that!