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In our culture, stopping is often seen as failure. We're taught to persevere; to keep going. But we can't expect people to continue every project they start.

We need to make room for people to quit.

justinjackson.ca/moving-on

Still not sure how one can work with AWS and be happy at the same time...

Computers. That's why we can't have nice things.

Sometimes I think composes so well it's like object-oriented programmer's wet dream.

Mocking types you don’t own can make maintenance more difficult.

Instead of using a mock, use the real implementation, or if that’s not feasible, use a fake implementation that is ideally provided by the library owner.

testing.googleblog.com/2020/07

Video conferencing is still an unsolved problem.

Just finished "The Good Parts of ". I'm disappointed. First part is way too short. The second part is mainly about (lot's of code snippets!) and... it ends abruptly without any conclusions, summary, or next steps for curious readers.

goodreads.com/book/show/499661

Old (?) but gold: great marketing tips from Justin Jackson, Jon Buda - people behind transistor.fm

tactics for your : how to get the word out

saas.transistor.fm/episodes/ma

Dear folks! I need your !

Topic: background jobs.

Would you like to see them backed by a:
- message queue (, )
-
- DB ()

Share please! 🙇🏻‍♂️

What is going on? Looks like everyone is switching (finally?) from laptops to desktops.

And everyone uses AMD CPUs these days...

We try to become richer, thinner, more successful, to find a better house in a nicer area, and so on. A few of us think about trying to spend less time working, and more time on hobbies or with friends and family.

ox.ac.uk/research/research-in-

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