My Pocket reading list

last updated 2020-02-25T19:19:55.207Z

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  1. GraphQL Batching Attack
  2. Firefox continues push to bring DNS over HTTPS by default for US users
  3. $1,000 MRR: Harder Than I Expected
  4. Food for Thought: Five Ways to Eat More Healthily at Work and Eliminate Stress
  5. The dark side of gamifying work
  6. 5 easy steps: How to start a successful and profitable blog
  7. A thread written by @Yannick_Veys
  8. 15 proven methods to make money with your blog in 2019
  9. A thread written by @david_perell
  10. A Brief History of Erlang and Elixir
  11. No Silver Bullet (1986) [pdf] : Hacker News
  12. Business is like surfing
  13. The Impact of Web Performance
  14. A thread written by @testobsessed
  15. A thread written by @kakape
  16. The 1 Type of Complaining That Will Make You Feel Better, According to Science
  17. How to Deal with Debt Stress
  18. Stop Using Encrypted Email
  19. I Spoke Out Against Sexual Harassment at Uber. The Aftermath Was More Terrifying Than Anything I Faced Before
  20. The UK Is Cutting Coal Use, Fast — Beautiful News
  21. The Wall of Technical Debt
  22. Ten things we know to be true
  23. ‘There’s no future in cross-site tracking’: Confessions of a publisher on the death of third-party cookies
  24. Summary of changes – Privacy & Terms – Google
  25. A group of ex-NSA and Amazon engineers are building a ‘GitHub for data’
  26. Exploring the New GitHub CLI
  27. You're Missing the Point of Promises
  28. Momentum > Urgency
  29. Watching you watch: the tracking system of over-the-top TV streaming devices
  30. Twitter OAuth by example in Node.js
  31. A thread written by @ItayPerry
  32. Jeff Bezos announced a $10 billion fund to fight climate change
  33. Moving Towards Domain Driven Design in Go
  34. Compiling Dark to SQL
  35. What happened to Slack today
  36. The Benefits of Sharing Your Salary
  37. Google Cuts Jobs at Cloud-Computing Group
  38. Get a basic chat application working with WebRTC
  39. Building the DOM faster: speculative parsing, async, defer and preload
  40. I Add 3-25 Seconds of Latency to Every Page I Visit
  41. I asked my users to explain my product to me
  42. I asked my users to explain my product to me
  43. The deal Jeff Bezos got on Basecamp
  44. Implementing DTOs, Mappers & the Repository Pattern using the Sequelize ORM [with Examples] - DDD w/ TypeScript
  45. Why are we so bad at software engineering?
  46. Jeff Bezos bought the most expensive property in LA with an eighth of a percent of his net worth
  47. Software Testing Guide
  48. All The Apps That I Pay For
  49. Conversation
  50. Eleventy Collections - Pulling in the products via API
  51. Retiring the free plan
  52. Quick thoughts on FOSDEM
  53. Is running ads on a programming blog worth it?
  54. Domain Knowledge & Interpretation of the Single Responsibility Principle | SOLID Node.js + TypeScript
  55. 95%-ile isn't that good
  56. Two principles for improving code quality
  57. Scaling to 100k Users
  58. A thread written by @shreyas
  59. Continuous Integration without unit tests
  60. Behind Amazon’s HQ2 Fiasco: Jeff Bezos Was Jealous of Elon Musk
  61. How to Start a New Month in YNAB
  62. The Clean Architecture
  63. How Dark deploys code in 50ms
  64. Please Stop Using Local Storage
  65. Announcing the 2019 Golden Kitty Award Winners | Product Hunt
  66. Health-Records Company Pushed Opioids to Doctors in Secret Deal With Drugmaker
  67. A thread written by @Vinrob
  68. Joining Tailscale: Simplifying Networking, Authentication, and Authorization
  69. Promise.allpocalypse
  70. The only guide you need to build better API products
  71. React Native is the Future of Mobile at Shopify
  72. Our Experience With Meetings as a Fully Distributed Company
  73. A thread written by @shl
  74. JavaScript Libraries Are Almost Never Updated Once Installed
  75. I wrote 1 blog post every day for 2 years. Here's 5 things I learned about SEO
  76. Zero to One by Peter Thiel: Book Summary & PDF
  77. Bitcoin Is A Leading Indicator Of The Coronavirus Outbreak
  78. Is High Quality Software Worth the Cost?
  79. Domain-Driven GraphQL Schema Design | Enterprise GraphQL
  80. If training is not realistic, you’re in the wrong industry.
  81. A thread written by @stemmlerjs
  82. No, disabling a button is not app logic.
  83. Video games have helped one email company succeed
  84. It’s never been this easy to build a webapp
  85. Change your market, save your product
  86. Inception: How it all (re)started!
  87. How to build a growth engine without ads or content: Lessons from Superhuman
  88. Pattern matching in JavaScript
  89. He Wanted a Unicorn. He Got ... a Sustainable Business
  90. Using Golang Concurrency in Production
  91. Text Classification Demystified: Word Embeddings
  92. Thank HN: My SaaS paid my rent this month
  93. Progressive Web Apps: Escaping Tabs Without Losing Our Soul
  94. Albert Learns to Read
  95. Why Your SaaS Business Needs Free Tools
  96. Home ownership is the West’s biggest economic-policy mistake
  97. 5 Things I've Learned While Creating a SAAS
  98. How is computer programming different today than 20 years ago?
  99. On Pair Programming
  100. Snowpack
  101. You Don't Know JS Yet (book series) - 2nd Edition
  102. Google's stunning plan to avoid apps slurping Gmail inboxes: Charge devs for security audits
  103. REST vs GraphQL: The Main Differences
  104. Goodbye, Clean Code
  105. Goodbye, Clean Code
  106. I went to see a movie, and instead I saw the future
  107. I almost sold Baremetrics for $5m
  108. A thread written by @awilkinson
  109. 'Oh my God, this is a sexual harassment claim waiting to happen' : Early Google insiders describe Sergey Brin as a company 'playboy' who 'got around' with female employees
  110. The Ultimate Guide To Memorable Tech Talks
  111. Minimalism — The most undervalued development skill
  112. Frontend Design, React, and a Bridge over the Great Divide
  113. I Don’t Hate Arrow Functions
  114. How JavaScript Event Delegation Works
  115. On Writing
  116. Integrating physical devices with IOTA
  117. How I replicated an $86 million project in 57 lines of code
  118. Beyond Test Driven Development
  119. Craft of Code
  120. JavaScript Promises: Zero To Hero Plus Cheat Sheet
  121. JavaScript Promises: Zero To Hero Plus Cheat Sheet
  122. 2019 In Review and 2020 Goals (with numbers and earnings)
  123. Liberland, the Blockchain-Powered Nation
  124. Life in 2030
  125. A Simple Investment Strategy That Worked in 2019: Buy Almost Anything
  126. Twitter’s big bet on topics and lists is just getting started
  127. Who are you trying to impress with your deadlines?
  128. How I automate my home
  129. Putting Devs Before Users: How Frameworks Destroyed Web Performance
  130. How To Publish an NPM Package
  131. Rust and WebAssembly for masses - Introduction
  132. 2019 In Review and 2020 Goals (with numbers and earnings)
  133. The Crypto Paper
  134. Privacy Simplified
  135. The Comprehensive Guide to Speaking at Technology Conferences in 2020
  136. What Is the Most Valuable Thing You Can Learn in One Hour?
  137. What Will Happen In The 2020s
  138. Everything I Knew About Reading Was Wrong
  139. I’ve never had a goal
  140. No, that dot in the domain name of the URL is not a mistake.
  141. A thread written by @tobi
  142. Why Canada's cannabis bubble burst
  143. Why do my service design projects fail?
  144. Why Do Nigerian Scammers Say They are From Nigeria?
  145. The CEO of $48 billion Shopify says long hours aren't necessary for success: 'I'm home at 5:30pm every evening'
  146. Write Junior Code
  147. How I built 100 Projects in 100 Days
  148. Moving on from N26
  149. Chef Rubio: "Ecco perché ho lasciato la tv. In missione umanitaria a Gaza."
  150. Making Money
  151. Refactoring: Guard Clauses
  152. Bitcoin by Ross: Read This First
  153. Bitcoin by Ross: An Elliot Wave Primer
  154. Bitcoin by Ross: On Charts
  155. "server" is hard to define
  156. A thread written by @levelsio
  157. User:Guy Macon/Wikipedia has Cancer
  158. The Holidays Suck For Gig Workers
  159. 4 Tips for Mastering Test-Driven Development
  160. NSA's Backdoor Key from Lotus-Notes
  161. UnDraw | Colorful illustrations
  162. Apple's products are getting harder to use because they ignore the ​principles of design.
  163. How to start a Node.js project
  164. Fast · Patrick Collison
  165. Finland is making its online AI crash course free to the world
  166. The Da Vinci Curse by Leonardo Lospennato
  167. Neal.fun
  168. New Java Debugger - Debug Across Time With Mouse
  169. Work is a Queue of Queues
  170. Ask HN : CS, still a good career in : years? : Hacker News
  171. 4.2 kiloyear event
  172. Driving sideways to move forward: Stanford engineers show how an autonomous, drifting DeLorean can improve driver safety
  173. U.S. Navy bans TikTok from government-issued mobile devices
  174. On let vs const
  175. New to SDR?
  176. Gravis, fortunately on Twitter
  177. What is Dark?
  178. Real problems with functional languages
  179. State of JavaScript 2019
  180. Samsung chair imprisoned and 24 others found guilty in union-busting case
  181. Synchronous Messaging at Mozilla: The Decision
  182. Announcing Rust 1.40.0
  183. Xor Filters: Faster and Smaller Than Bloom Filters
  184. The modern web is becoming an unusable, user-hostile wasteland
  185. The 84 biggest flops, fails, and dead dreams of the decade in tech
  186. DigitalOcean
  187. A thread written by @RebeccaRHelm
  188. What it’s like managing 10 million users as a solo developer
  189. ‘Ndrangheta, la maxi-operazione scompare dalle prime pagine dei grandi giornali: niente su Stampa e Repubblica, un box sul Corriere
  190. A Manifesto for Preserving Content on the Web
  191. Redis 6 RC1 is out today
  192. Threading the web with module workers
  193. Node.js & JavaScript Testing Best Practices (2019)
  194. What is Consento?
  195. Use web workers to run JavaScript off the browser's main thread
  196. 2020: Another Year to Accelerate & Innovate
  197. "almost everything on computers is perceptually slower than it was in 1983 amber-screen library computer in 1998 : type in two words and hit F […]"
  198. Undocumented Catalina file access change
  199. Building a new Win 3.1 app in 2019 Part 1: Slack client
  200. Ho, Ho, Ho: how to survive Secret Santa in the office
  201. Your DNA for Sale: 23andMe, Drug Giant Make $300 Million Deal
  202. Hexagonal Architecture with Java and Spring
  203. Over 100 PBS local stations start streaming today on YouTube TV
  204. Hector Martin on Twitter
  205. Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance to develop connectivity standard
  206. Purchase IOTA Directly from Trinity with Moonpay
  207. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) brings a new language to the Web as WebAssembly becomes a W3C Recommendation
  208. Don’t Learn to Code — Learn to Automate
  209. A guide to distributed teams
  210. A Distributed Meeting Primer
  211. The Feedback Fallacy
  212. Why Kansas City’s Free Transit Experiment Matters
  213. Boeing to Suspend 737 MAX Production in January
  214. Security engineer says Google fired her for trying to notify co-workers of right to organize
  215. Introducing Hornet
  216. You Might Be Buying Trash on Amazon—Literally
  217. Google Brass Set 2023 as Deadline to Beat Amazon, Microsoft in Cloud
  218. Why Programmers Love Macbooks?
  219. SQL Murder Mystery
  220. .ORG Update
  221. 49% of workers, when forced to update their password, reuse the same one with just a minor change
  222. Nebraska farmers vote overwhelmingly for Right to Repair
  223. The Product-Minded Software Engineer
  224. My Bootstrapped Micro-Startup got acquired for $22k
  225. Challenging projects every programmer should try
  226. Taylor Swope on Twitter
  227. DHH on Twitter
  228. Having Kids
  229. Compensation: Lifestyle Calculator Series | Chapter 1
  230. Chetan Puttagunta on Twitter
  231. A simple wrapper to the mam.client for NodeJs
  232. Why NUKEMAP isn’t on Google Maps anymore
  233. Tony Brooker, Pioneer of Computer Programming, Dies at 94
  234. Node.js & JavaScript Testing Best Practices (2019)
  235. IOTA Foundation launches Industry Marketplace, the World’s First Autonomous and Decentralized Marketplace
  236. How to get Started With the IOTA Industry Marketplace: A Step-by-Step Guide
  237. Golang Rest API for NodeJS developer - Intro
  238. Google Hands Feds 1,500 Phone Locations In Unprecedented ‘Geofence’ Search
  239. Golang Rest API for NodeJS developer - Part 1
  240. “Join Reddit to keep reading” - an account is now required to read comment threads
  241. Prioritization Shouldn’t Be Hard
  242. Switch2OSM
  243. Huginn/huginn
  244. What is the best time to post to Hacker News?
  245. Jason Scott on Twitter
  246. Crows could be the smartest animal other than primates
  247. My Pair Programming Diary
  248. S&P 500 Buybacks Now Outpace All R&D Spending in the US
  249. The ZedRipper: Part 1
  250. Ultrasound destroys 80 percent of prostate cancers in one-year study
  251. Learning for a Living
  252. Facebook and Barr Escalate Standoff Over Encrypted Messages
  253. Occupational Licencing Makes Grindr Users Poor on Twitter
  254. How to speed up the Rust compiler one last time in 2019
  255. Osxfuse is no longer open source
  256. Apple sues iPhone CPU design ace after he quits to run data-center chip upstart Nuvia
  257. Jack ??? on Twitter
  258. ACLU sues Homeland Security over ‘stingray’ cell phone surveillance
  259. Micro Frontends Curry
  260. Record and share your terminal sessions, the right way.
  261. The sad state of sysadmin in the age of containers
  262. Don’t Learn to Code — Learn to Automate
  263. Why databases use ordered indexes but programming uses hash tables (evanjones.ca)
  264. Nick Walton on Twitter
  265. O(n^2), again, now in WMI
  266. Operations and Internal Communication Strategies For Effective CEOs
  267. Le secret des futurs grands leaders : l’humilité
  268. Made in America
  269. Hakim El Hattab on Twitter
  270. Why Quality Over Quantity Isn’t Entirely True for Web Design
  271. Under Pressure: Your Brain on Conflict
  272. Human-Assisted Archival of Yahoo Groups
  273. W3C Recommends WebAssembly to push the limits for speed, efficiency and responsiveness
  274. Braves Passes 10 Million Monthly Active Users, and Sees 19% Growth since 1.0 Launch
  275. Building a search engine from scratch
  276. VERIZON / YAHOO! BAD FORM!
  277. Markdown-wasm demo
  278. Netdev Group's -next networking tree
  279. JR on Twitter
  280. Hakim El Hattab on Twitter
  281. Mario Fusco ?? on Twitter
  282. --- Day 9: Sensor Boost ---
  283. We are not normal people
  284. Adopting Memory Safe Recursion
  285. The Product-Minded Software Engineer
  286. Wes Bos on Twitter
  287. For beginners: Upload Audio Files onto the IOTA Tangle
  288. Moving on
  289. Reconceptualising organisations: from complicated machines to flowing streams.
  290. Is it Just Deserts or Just Desserts?
  291. Modelling New Business Models with IOTA
  292. How to Use Google Trends: 10 Mind-Blowing Tricks for Entrepreneurs
  293. Encapsulation in JavaScript
  294. My experience as a remote worker
  295. Viaggio nel futuro. Senza conducente
  296. Integrating physical devices with IOTA
  297. R/science - Study on the perceived harmfulness of sexual advances: Men overall find advances less negative then women, both genders find advances from attractive people less negative then unattractive people
  298. Does my company have IP rights to the stuff I do in my spare time?
  299. Bitcoin for laypeople
  300. Choose Boring Technology
  301. How to Lead a Remote Development Team
  302. AI today and tomorrow is mostly about curve fitting, not intelligence
  303. The Node.js Philosophy
  304. Modern Script Loading
  305. Running WebAssembly on ARM
  306. Prime Directive
  307. Announcing core Node.js support for ECMAScript modules
  308. Send Your Team’s Productivity Soaring With Retrospectives
  309. The 4 Questions of a Retrospective and Why They Work
  310. Slack accuses Microsoft of ripping off its ads
  311. WeWork begins laying off 2,400 employees
  312. Google Is 2 Billion Lines of Code—And It's All in One Place
  313. How I Become THE MOST HATED MAN In Tech
  314. Ports & Adapters Architecture
  315. Shebang (Unix)
  316. TDD: Purposes and Practices
  317. How to teach yourself hard things
  318. Governance without rules: How the potential for forking helps projects
  319. Thoughts on Foreign Keys? · Issue #331 · github/gh-ost
  320. Fourteen years after launching, 1Password takes a $200M Series A
  321. Agile Spaghetti Hurling Velocity
  322. Are Algorithms Sexist?
  323. Design words with data
  324. Alex Gladstein on Why Bitcoin Matters for Freedom
  325. Patreon CEO says the company's generous business model is not sustainable as it sees rapid growth
  326. Introducing Hypercore 8
  327. WaterfallProcess
  328. To fix Climate Change, stop being a techie and start being a human
  329. NPM today stands for Now Pay Me: JavaScript packaging biz debuts conduit for funding open-source coders
  330. 12 Hurtful Cognitive Biases and How to Overcome Them
  331. Viral Tweet About Apple Card Leads to Goldman Sachs Probe
  332. Moving beyond post-install messages
  333. Berliners are trolling Trump by shipping him a 2.7-ton piece of the Berlin Wall
  334. Reflecting on My Failure to Build a Billion-Dollar Company
  335. Easier Node.js streams via async iteration
  336. Start Contributing to Node.js in the New Year
  337. Using Rust to Scale Elixir for 11 Million Concurrent Users
  338. What Most Remote Companies Don’t Tell You About Remote Work
  339. Fitbit users fear privacy invasion after $2.1bn Google acquisition
  340. The making of the HoloLens 2: How advanced AI built Microsoft’s vision for ubiquitous computing
  341. Insurers Rethink Infrastructure and Workflows to Meet New Accounting Requirements
  342. I’m Ben and I am a Rails developer
  343. Long Running Processes with Event Sourcing and CQRS
  344. What are long running processes?
  345. My favourite Git commit
  346. Decisions, Decisions or Why Baskets of Options Dominate
  347. How Superhuman Built an Engine to Find Product/Market Fit
  348. Behavior Driven Development (BDD) and Functional Testing
  349. Test Stub
  350. Nichilismo
  351. Think different about mock objects!
  352. Tesla Autonomy Day
  353. Mocks are not evil
  354. A 100x Investment (Part 1)
  355. The Coming Battle About Psychological Safety
  356. 2 commenti per “Roberto Saviano: scrittore anti-mafia o Arlecchino dell’Imperialismo?”
  357. 4 Reasons Why You’re Always Hungry
  358. A 100x Investment (Part 2)
  359. Salary ranges for IT roles in Berlin, from a Director of IT
  360. About Brave Rewards
  361. SRE as a Lifestyle Choice
  362. CO2: Foe, or… Friend?
  363. Configuring automated security fixes
  364. Silicon Valley Is Trying Out a New Mantra: Make a Profit
  365. A thread written by @aslamkhn
  366. What happened to NodeSource?
  367. A Person Paper on Purity in Language
  368. OpenJS Certification Program: Pricing Feedback
  369. 11 Growth Principles to Become a Valued Software Engineer
  370. Please Don’t Write “Clever” Code
  371. Reporting copyright infringements
  372. Well, that escalated quickly
  373. Hello, production
  374. Barricades burn on Lebanon's streets as PM expected to address a second day of protests
  375. OpenJS Node.js Developer Certification: What to Expect
  376. How to avoid S3 data leaks?
  377. Don't get pwned: practicing the principle of least privilege
  378. All you need to know about caching for serverless applications
  379. What’s the friction with Serverless?
  380. No Alcohol, No Coffee for 27 Months
  381. Why we think terrorism is scarier than it really is (and we probably always will)
  382. Waymo to customers: ‘Completely driverless Waymo cars are on the way’
  383. Making Instagram.com faster: Part 3
  384. Asynchronous Communication: The Real Reason Remote Workers Are More Productive
  385. Test Desiderata
  386. The perfect architecture flow for your next Node.js project
  387. The problem with metrics is a big problem for AI · fast.ai
  388. Why You Never See Your Friends Anymore
  389. The Millennial Urban Lifestyle Is About to Get More Expensive
  390. After the gold rush
  391. Mark Zuckerberg took on China in a speech defending free expression
  392. JavaScript for People Who Hate JavaScript
  393. Exclusive: Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard talks about the sustainability myth, the problem with Amazon—and why it’s not too late to save the planet
  394. Blood money is fine with us, says GitLab: Vetting non-evil customers is 'time consuming, potentially distracting'
  395. It's Nice To Be Important, But It's More Important To Be Nice!
  396. We Has Some Bonds to Sell
  397. Websites should work without JS. Yep? Nope?
  398. Cut out everything that’s not surprising
  399. Don’t build systems. Build subsystems.
  400. Troubleshooting Cloudflare 5XX errors
  401. A Vacancy Has Been Detected
  402. Il sistema carcerario italiano è ancora in condizioni disumane
  403. Pricing niche products: Why sell a mechanical keyboard kit for $1,668?
  404. Ken Thompson's Unix password
  405. 20,000 Startup Ideas
  406. Writing is Thinking: Learning to Write with Confidence
  407. Why you should have a side project
  408. Apple Hides Taiwan Flag in Hong Kong
  409. Dylan Byers on Twitter
  410. Tim Cook’s Company-Wide Memo on HKmap.live Doesn’t Add Up
  411. The Obvious UI is Often the Best UI
  412. California bans private prisons and detention centers
  413. Twitter under fire for profiting from millions of UK users' data sold to advertisers
  414. Dyson has scrapped its electric car project
  415. Why Event Sourcing is a microservice communication anti-pattern
  416. Why Event Sourcing is a microservice communication anti-pattern
  417. ICE Sought Student Records From a Nashville Elementary School
  418. Microsoft Employees Call to End GitHub ICE Contract
  419. $30k
  420. Sid Sijbrandij: “People don’t want to commute; they just don’t want to miss out”
  421. The Disruptive World of Edward Norton
  422. Investor money vs. public interest: did Google fail to build a non-evil platform?
  423. Scribe: Transporting petabytes per hour via a distributed, buffered queueing system
  424. 150 successful machine learning models: 6 lessons learned at Booking.com
  425. Dutch government ditches Holland to rebrand as the Netherlands
  426. Page Weight Matters
  427. An example of preparatory refactoring
  428. Facebook, WhatsApp Will Have to Share Messages With U.K.
  429. Events: implement captureRejections for async handlers
  430. Create a semantic “breakout” button to make an entire element clickable
  431. Welcome Antonio Nardella to the IOTA Foundation
  432. Why Finland leads the world in flexible work
  433. I wasn’t getting hired as a Data Scientist. So I sought data on who is.
  434. Welcome Antonio Nardella to the IOTA Foundation
  435. How to do a code review
  436. Cloud AI
  437. “I know it’s bad – but everyone’s doing it”
  438. The boring technology behind a one-person Internet company
  439. 4 Rules for Intuitive UX – Learn UI Design
  440. Here’s why so many apps are asking to use Bluetooth on iOS 13
  441. Apple security updates
  442. Webmention
  443. Sending your First Webmention from Scratch
  444. A Set of Unit Testing Rules
  445. Is #TDD a belief?
  446. Exploring Web Monetization ?
  447. Essays and Articles
  448. Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend.
  449. The Apple is still rotten: Why you should avoid the new iPhone
  450. What the hell is REST, Anyway?
  451. How Dark deploys code in 50ms
  452. Every productivity thought I've ever had, as concisely as possible
  453. Famed Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Described Epstein Victims As 'Entirely Willing'
  454. Where to put buttons on forms
  455. I’m Taking Ownership of My Tweets—zachleat.com
  456. The Internet Relies on People Working for Free
  457. Computer Scientist Richard Stallman Resigns From MIT Over Epstein Comments
  458. Richard M. Stallman resigns
  459. Richard M. Stallman resigns
  460. Site Monetization with Coil (and Removing Ads for Supporters)
  461. Nullish coalescing · V8
  462. 6 Top Link Building Tools for Content Marketers
  463. Semantic Versioning 2.0.0
  464. The FOSDEM Conundrum
  465. Renowned MIT Scientist Defends Epstein: Victims Were ‘Entirely Willing’
  466. Socio-Technical Seeing
  467. 40 Favorite Interview Questions from Some of the Sharpest Folks We Know
  468. Gold Master Testing
  469. InnerSourceCommons/InnerSourcePatterns
  470. The Often Forgotten Scrum Master Competencies
  471. Are you making your website vulnerable by adding target="_blank"?
  472. The Myth of the Autistic Jerk
  473. Cargo cult
  474. INVEST in Good Stories, and SMART Tasks
  475. Law of triviality
  476. Configuring NPM for use with GitHub Package Registry
  477. About GitHub Package Registry
  478. Taking a year to explain computer things
  479. An Open Letter to JavaScript Leaders Regarding No Semicolons
  480. New features available with iOS 13.
  481. Iota⠛eu
  482. Open Data, the IOTA IoT protocol and our #STODT
  483. Representational state transfer
  484. Raspberry Pi 4: a full desktop replacement?
  485. Reverse interview
  486. Making our own tiny Google Maps
  487. 10 ways to prevent developer burnout (free PDF)
  488. Privacy Policy
  489. How to Use the Google Drive API with JavaScript
  490. The Amazing Ways Telecom Companies Use Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning
  491. Something Very Strange Is Going On With Bitcoin And BTC Google Searches
  492. How to put an HTML page on the internet
  493. A thread written by @levelsio
  494. Agile Is Not Just Another Management Fad
  495. Tired of Stack Overflow
  496. How to CI and CD a Node.JS Application Using GitHub Actions
  497. Should open source software advertise?
  498. Why Don’t We Just Call Agile What It Is: Feminist
  499. No Software: No Agile, No Scrum
  500. Agile is an Adjective
  501. The 8 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Applying For a Remote Job
  502. Friday Deploy Freezes Are Exactly Like Murdering Puppies
  503. Sponsor @feross on GitHub Sponsors
  504. Hackers Hit Twitter C.E.O. Jack Dorsey in a ‘SIM Swap.’ You’re at Risk, Too.
  505. "Page Saved!" Here are some tips to get started with Pocket
  506. How to Present Yourself in a Remote Developer Interview
  507. Reflecting on My Failure to Build a Billion-Dollar Company
  508. How to Improve Your Chances of an X-Team Invite
  509. Basecamp Didn’t Want to Run This Ad
  510. Vergogna Roma, disabile bloccato sotto la metro: tutti gli ascensori rotti. «Ho perso l'esame all'università. Ero in trappola sotto la stazione»
  511. Don't Play in Google's Privacy Sandbox
  512. License Zero // Subsistence Programming
  513. SaaS, Planning, and #NoEstimates
  514. Open Source Sustainability Wars : Episode V : The Funding Strikes Back by sgentle · Pull Request #28 · feross/funding
  515. Meet the influential programmer who's helping $3.8 billion Gusto make sure that its software always stays ahead of the times
  516. A huge database of Facebook users’ phone numbers found online
  517. IANAL
  518. Pair Programming Antipatterns
  519. Cocaine Is Back. Blame Technology for It.
  520. Delete Revolut right now, because of this guy
  521. X-Team: the Most Energizing Community for Developers
  522. Npm bans terminal ads
  523. Supporting Open Source Maintainers
  524. Justin On JavaScript
  525. A thread written by @mikesherov
  526. Conversation
  527. Tips for Sensitive People to Protect Their Energy
  528. A year of making and nomading
  529. How to write zines with simple tools
  530. WTF is JSX
  531. The information apocalypse
  532. The Principal Developer - August 2019
  533. The SaaS CTOSecurity Checklist
  534. Supporting Open Source Maintainers
  535. StandardJS Ends Controversial Funding Experiment
  536. Things I Learnt from a Senior Software Engineer
  537. Open Source Maintainers Owe You Nothing
  538. Apple Addresses Siri Privacy Protections
  539. Stop Mocking Vegans
  540. The presence prison
  541. Recap of the `funding` experiment
  542. Turning Ideas into Code
  543. Sondaggi politici, Salvini perde la fiducia degli elettori: 15 punti in meno rispetto a luglio
  544. Every little bit helps
  545. This Is Lean: Resolving the Efficiency Paradox
  546. You can heal the internet
  547. Continuous Integration
  548. A Genocide Incited on Facebook, With Posts From Myanmar’s Military
  549. SCARF
  550. React
  551. Developers mentoring other developers: practices I've seen work well
  552. Testing the boundaries of col­labo­ra­tion
  553. Guided Conversations
  554. Y2Z/monolith
  555. TinyGo on Arduino ↦
  556. The End of Agile
  557. General Data Protection Regulation
  558. Free Software vs Open Source vs Freeware: What's the Difference?
  559. Write your own Excel in 100 lines of F#
  560. Request to end experiment · Issue #7 · feross/funding
  561. Lies We Tell Kids
  562. The Ratio of Women Speakers in Tech
  563. Zach Holman
  564. An introduction to distributed systems
  565. Double Shipping
  566. Don’t ask forgiveness, radiate intent
  567. Coding is Like Baking (and Cooking)
  568. Facebook’s Libra backers look to distance themselves from project
  569. Npm install funding · Issue #1381 · standard/standard
  570. Frequent Releases Reduce Risk
  571. Five Steps to Reduce Your Company’s Carbon Footprint
  572. The Amazon is burning because the world eats so much meat
  573. Part-of-speech tagging
  574. Sentiment analysis
  575. NaturalNode/natural
  576. 25 aprile, le bufale del fascismo: pensioni, bonifiche, case, stipendi. Le cose buone che Mussolini non ha mai fatto
  577. 25 aprile, le bufale del fascismo: pensioni, bonifiche, case, stipendi. Le cose buone che Mussolini non ha mai fatto
  578. Codice Amministrazione Digitale
  579. Dlgs 36/06
  580. Quanti migranti arrivano davvero in Italia con le ong?
  581. Job title inflation. Are you truly a Senior?
  582. Debugging Titles: Part I
  583. Señor or Senior: about the inflation in tech career progression
  584. Why Jerks Come Out On Top - And Three Ways To Become One
  585. Are software titles inflating during the years?
  586. Amazon Forecast – Now Generally Available
  587. X-Team: the Most Energizing Community for Developers
  588. The Amazon rainforest is ablaze, turning day into night in Sao Paulo
  589. How my colleagues and I stay sane in our open office
  590. Yes, I’m Feeling Bad About Climate Change. Let’s Discuss.
  591. Career Titles and Levels in Tech
  592. What titles like Junior, Senior, and Expert actually mean in the software business
  593. Trenitalia fa causa a una app che mostra i ritardi dei treni: è giusto che dati di interesse pubblico non siano aperti?
  594. Motion sensing using the doppler effect
  595. Agile is not dead, quite the opposite
  596. Un politico scarso
  597. Unit tests are tests of modularity
  598. CSS Guidelines
  599. AHA Programming ?
  600. Hacker Releases First Public Jailbreak for Up-to-Date iPhones in Years
  601. The Lengths of CSS
  602. The Fermi Paradox
  603. “Tomato” versus “#FF6347”—the tragicomic history of CSS color names
  604. Becoming American
  605. Mystery 'Satoshi Nakamoto' Claims He's Hodling $10 Billion in Bitcoin
  606. What You Need To Know First About The Inexplicable World Of Quantum Computing
  607. Elon Musk Relaunches Tesla Solar: 'Like a Money Printer on Your Roof'
  608. A Proven Method For Showing The Value Of Good UX
  609. Facebook and Twitter Say China Is Spreading Disinformation in Hong Kong
  610. Anachronism
  611. Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends For 2020
  612. We Have Ruined Childhood
  613. Fun with single letter commands
  614. Cool URIs don't change
  615. Connoisseur
  616. Building and Playing the Go Game with Phoenix LiveView
  617. The bug I wish I hadn't caught
  618. GitHub stars won’t pay your rent
  619. Upgrading to Latest GitHub Actions
  620. Germany to close all 84 of its coal-fired power plants, will rely primarily on renewable energy
  621. Lambda the Ultimate
  622. Why Dependent Haskell is the Future of Software Development
  623. Building a GraphQL server on the edge with Cloudflare Workers
  624. Decrement carbon: Stripe's negative emissions commitment
  625. I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have.
  626. CutiePi tablet - Your Pi Projects, Untethered
  627. The bug I wish I hadn't caught
  628. What Does a Coder Do If They Can't Type?
  629. Clever Vanity License Plate Backfires On Man, Winds Up With Tons Of Tickets
  630. GitHub stars won’t pay your rent
  631. A List of "No Code" Software
  632. Twitter is Trying to Erase the Past
  633. Are Men Singing Higher in Pop Music?
  634. Building fast.com
  635. Less than Half of Google Searches Now Result in a Click
  636. India Shut Down Kashmir’s Internet Access. Now, ‘We Cannot Do Anything.’
  637. Redirecting
  638. How a 'NULL' License Plate Landed One Hacker in Ticket Hell
  639. It's Gotten Too Hard to Strike It Rich In America
  640. The banana is one step closer to disappearing
  641. Ebola Is Now Curable. Here’s How the New Treatments Work
  642. Solar now ‘cheaper than grid electricity’ in every Chinese city, study finds
  643. Veil of ignorance
  644. What is Paged Out!?
  645. Monads as a Programming Pattern
  646. This Teen Hacker Found Bugs in School Software That Exposed Millions of Records
  647. Social exclusion fuels extremism in young men
  648. Google Chrome Incognito Mode Can Still Be Detected by These Methods
  649. The planet has a fever, and the cure is more capitalism, a prominent researcher argues
  650. Insect 'apocalypse' in U.S. driven by 50x increase in toxic pesticides
  651. Company of One: Why Staying Small Is the Next Big Thing for Business
  652. Spying on HTTPS
  653. What Happens To My Bitcoin When I Die? Simplifying Estate Planning Of Digital Assets
  654. Why is modern web development so complicated? A long yet hasty explanation: Part 1!
  655. Want the best prices for your trip? Google can help.
  656. Pcgrosen/bashfs
  657. What Does a Coder Do If They Can't Type?
  658. More capable form controls
  659. I Tried Hiding From Silicon Valley in a Pile of Privacy Gadgets
  660. America’s social-media addiction is getting worse
  661. Come programmatori esperti e informatici, quali sono alcuni vecchi libri (o addirittura dimenticati) che pensi qualsiasi nuovo programmatore debba leggere?
  662. Why Aren’t We Talking About LinkedIn?
  663. Building a Full-Stack Serverless Application with Cloudflare Workers
  664. ‘No One Saw a Thing’: When a Small Midwest Town Banded Together to Kill the ‘Town Bully’
  665. Eat less meat: UN climate-change report calls for change to human diet
  666. Responding to Firefox 0-days in the wild
  667. Hundreds of exposed Amazon cloud backups found leaking sensitive data
  668. Why is modern web development so complicated? A long yet hasty explanation: Part 1!
  669. Chris's Wiki : blog/unix/NoSwapConsequence
  670. Welcome!
  671. One job, many roles. The different skills needed to be a successful CTO
  672. TCP head of line blocking · HTTP/3 explained
  673. The Real Dark Web
  674. Luxembourg to be first European country to legalise cannabis
  675. Compilers are the New Frameworks
  676. Science Says Drinking Coffee Helps People Slow Aging, Lose Weight, and Cheat Death. These Fascinating Studies Explain Why It's a Miracle Drink
  677. Learn Startup - Build a successful business and change the world
  678. Learn JavaScript Closures in 6 Minutes
  679. Five Unusual, Evidence-Based Ways To Get Better At A New Language
  680. Data Structures and Algorithms in JavaScript
  681. To Code or Not to Code: should lawyers learn to code?
  682. How millions of selfie-seeking Instagrammers are ruining the world's most beautiful places
  683. When should you be using Web Workers?
  684. Client side caching in Redis 6
  685. Software has bugs. This is normal.
  686. Death Note
  687. America’s DIY Phone Farmers
  688. Stop designing products for random people
  689. Stack Overflow: How We Do App Caching - 2019 Edition
  690. Top 5 Docker Vulnerabilities You Should Know
  691. Turn Sketch into front-end code
  692. Millions of Books Are Secretly in the Public Domain. You Can Download Them Free
  693. Turning a MacBook into a Touchscreen with $1 of Hardware
  694. Seattle-area AT&T employees were bribed to install phone unlocking malware on company network, authorities say
  695. Social Network for Developers
  696. Pattern: Backends For Frontends
  697. Split Phase
  698. Terminating Service for 8Chan
  699. All the best engineering advice I stole from non-technical people
  700. Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Stock Market But Were Too Afraid To Ask
  701. Practical Networked Applications in Rust, Part 2: Networked Key-Value Store
  702. A more
  703. Speed matters: Why working quickly is more important than it seems
  704. Why I Turned Down an AWS Job Offer
  705. 8chan goes dark after hardware provider discontinues service
  706. How to run effective meetings
  707. Amazon Is a Monopoly, an Interview With Sally Hubbard
  708. How SVG Line Animation Works
  709. Build Your Own Text Editor
  710. Tony Hawk on Twitter
  711. What If We Haven’t Met Aliens Yet Because They’ve Messed Up Their Planets Too?
  712. 8chan Is a Normal Part of Mass Shootings Now
  713. Exploring Mathematics with Matplotlib and Python
  714. I care about Ansible
  715. AP Sources: Boeing changing Max software to use 2 computers
  716. Why I love Trunk Based Development (or pushing straight to master)
  717. Uses
  718. When Worse Is Better
  719. Bali Sea Cable Status
  720. Regex For Noobs (like me!) - An Illustrated Guide
  721. Innocence lost: what did you do before the internet?
  722. The Surprising Reason Millennials Check Their Phones 150 Times a Day
  723. Dear Agile, I’m Tired of Pretending
  724. Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain
  725. React + Redux + Comlink = Off-main-thread
  726. One Misconfig (JIRA) to Leak Them All- Including NASA and Hundreds of Fortune 500 Companies!
  727. Changelog on Twitter
  728. This Ain’t Disney: A practical guide to CSS transitions and animations
  729. N-Shot Learning: Learning More with Less Data
  730. A Future Without Webpack
  731. Warum halten einige Entwickler in starken Unternehmen wie Google Agile Softwareentwicklung für Unsinn?
  732. Ask HN: How can we destroy AMP?
  733. Social Network for Developers
  734. From 30 to 230 docker containers per host
  735. North Pacific Gyre
  736. Programmers: Before you turn 40, get a plan B
  737. Great Pacific garbage patch
  738. Receiving payouts
  739. What's New In DevTools (Chrome 77)
  740. Marvin Hagemeister ⚛️ ?? on Twitter
  741. Pika — DEV Profile
  742. Marvin Hagemeister ⚛️ ?? on Twitter
  743. Lastminute.com Trusts Cloudflare to Stop Bots Across Its 800 Sites
  744. Pomodoro.cc - Time tracking with the Pomodoro technique
  745. Cache-Control for Civilians
  746. Measuring Our Continuous Delivery Progress
  747. CodeMaster
  748. SolarLiner on Twitter
  749. FerdinandoSantacroce on Twitter
  750. Emoji Mashup Bot on Twitter
  751. Space Explorer Mike on Twitter
  752. My classifier would be the end of humanity.
  753. Syntax error on token "}"
  754. Jose Cardona ?? on Twitter
  755. Asynchronous stack traces: why await beats Promise#then()
  756. Facebook Is Already Working Towards Germany's End-to-End Encryption Backdoor Vision
  757. Electron 6.0.0
  758. Noi-techpark/webcomp-generic-map
  759. The Encryption Debate Is Over - Dead At The Hands Of Facebook
  760. Physics & Astronomy Zone on Twitter
  761. Tomasz Łakomy on Twitter
  762. Matteo on Twitter
  763. Electron 6.0.0
  764. Tests and types
  765. Why remote work is inclusion work
  766. Nomad List 5.0
  767. Thousand-yard stare
  768. Shell shock
  769. Mozilla brings Python data science to the browser
  770. Adopting Typescript at Scale - Brie Bunge | JSConf Hawaii 2019
  771. Pranay Pathole on Twitter
  772. 1995parham/github-do-not-ban-us
  773. T0py on Twitter
  774. Lionel Page on Twitter
  775. Lionel Page on Twitter
  776. E^?? on Twitter
  777. The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse on Twitter
  778. ?Julia Evans? on Twitter
  779. JavaScript Joel ? on Twitter
  780. Emoji Mashup Bot on Twitter
  781. Swyx ? on Twitter
  782. SMB payroll startup Gusto raises $200M Series D, plans R&D expansion to NYC
  783. GitHub blocked my account and they think I’m developing nuclear weapons
  784. German Greens propose homeworking to beat the heatwave
  785. Greg Young on Twitter
  786. TellDontAsk
  787. Imaging the entire Earth, every day
  788. Modern JS for SSR Bundles
  789. ANTIREZ on Twitter
  790. Mithril vs Template Literals
  791. FoundationFramework
  792. Balloon effect
  793. Tc39/proposal-nullish-coalescing
  794. Guest Post: Challenging the Testing Pyramid
  795. Saving Lydia: Why I’m Open Sourcing My Baby To Save Her and Millions of Others
  796. The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse on Twitter
  797. @john
  798. Visual Information Theory
  799. Browser diversity starts with us.
  800. Mitì Vigliero on Twitter
  801. ?????? on Twitter
  802. WebReflection/hypersimple
  803. Emoji Mashup Bot on Twitter
  804. People Of Earth on Twitter
  805. 200072 – [ESNext] Implement nullish coalescing
  806. Domain-Driven Design Europe 2020
  807. Test && Commit   Revert (TCR)
  808. Netflix Italia on Twitter
  809. Manual Work is a Bug
  810. An introduction to WebAssembly
  811. Some thoughts on GraphQL vs. BFF
  812. Carbon calculator: how taking one flight emits as much as many people do in a year
  813. When a rewrite isn’t: rebuilding Slack on the desktop
  814. Physics & Astronomy Zone on Twitter
  815. Cache asset graph, bundle graph, and packager/optimizer results by devongovett · Pull Request #3254 · parcel-bundler/parcel
  816. Linode on Twitter
  817. No CS Degree
  818. Joachim Viide on Twitter
  819. Weird History on Twitter
  820. Diminishing returns
  821. Why You Only Need to Test with 5 Users
  822. Quiet Hacker News
  823. How does Apple (privately) find your offline devices?
  824. Algebraic Effects for the Rest of Us
  825. Ira. on Twitter
  826. Jerod Santo on Twitter
  827. Things You Should Never Do, Part I
  828. Space Explorer Mike on Twitter
  829. The Clever Cryptography Behind Apple's 'Find My' Feature
  830. Physics & Astronomy Zone on Twitter
  831. Mark Dalgleish on Twitter
  832. Stefano Salsi on Twitter
  833. Jackie Peters on Twitter
  834. Xpeppers/starway-to-orione
  835. Frantisek Kusovsky on Twitter
  836. Bybit on Twitter
  837. Hackers breach FSB contractor, expose Tor deanonymization project and more
  838. Physics & Astronomy Zone on Twitter
  839. Node-tap
  840. We have an epidemic of bad posture
  841. Slack Security Incident for Keybase CEO
  842. Monitor air quality with a Raspberry Pi
  843. I Was A 10x Engineer. And I’m Sorry.
  844. Details of the Cloudflare outage on July 2, 2019
  845. Improving how we manage spreadsheet data
  846. Ask HN : How to deal with constantly getting cut off in work discussions? : Hacker News
  847. DIY Data: Web Scraping with Python and BeautifulSoup
  848. QuickJS Javascript Engine
  849. Good naming is a process, not a single step
  850. Introducing WebAssembly Interfaces
  851. Anosognosia
  852. Dunning–Kruger effect
  853. How Verizon and a BGP Optimizer Knocked Large Parts of the Internet Offline Today
  854. An Exercise Program for the Fat Web
  855. I’ve Picked My Job Over My Kids
  856. Preserving Laptop Stickers on MacBooks
  857. 7 rules of hiring a remote team for your project
  858. How to Begin to Shape Up
  859. L’Alto Adige fonde bit e natura: l’internet delle cose è ovunque
  860. Wishful thinking
  861. 5 Questions Every Unit Test Must Answer
  862. Mocking is a Code Smell
  863. Rethinking Unit Test Assertions
  864. TDD Changed My Life
  865. In person with NearForm founder, Cian Ó Maidín
  866. Remote Joins: A GraphQL API to join across your database and other data-sources
  867. The Twelve-Factor App
  868. The Innovation Dead End
  869. Bodies in Seats
  870. Concurrency is not a language thing anymore
  871. Witchcraft: the magic of math, functional programming, and community
  872. Why Enterprises Choose Serverless Architecture
  873. Goodbye Facebook, Hello Robinhood
  874. Can Agile Principles Save the World?
  875. Leading a living, breathing and agile enterprise
  876. How to bring passion into a team, one that lasts forever
  877. Stop Using Story Points
  878. Emscripten and npm
  879. Enabling Modern JavaScript on npm
  880. Floating Point Math
  881. #NoEstimates
  882. Do as Little as Possible
  883. Job Title: It’s Complicated
  884. WebAssembly at eBay: A Real-World Use Case
  885. The Case For Tracking Your Time
  886. Easy apps with hyperHTML — 2
  887. When Not to Use Lock Files with Node.js
  888. Scrum is fragile, not Agile
  889. Extending the microservice idea to frontend development
  890. Functional-ish JavaScript
  891. GDPR After One Year: Costs and Unintended Consequences
  892. CQRS and Event Sourcing Intro For Developers
  893. Elixir and The Beam: How Concurrency Really Works
  894. Story Points Revisited
  895. Understanding Fake Agile
  896. You procrastinate because of emotions, not laziness ↦
  897. Case Study
  898. Dead Letter Queues
  899. 5 Key Factors to Achieve Agile Testing in DevOps
  900. Event Storming lessons from Post-It haters
  901. The visual learner’s guide to async JS
  902. Node.js memory management in container environments
  903. Home : Scrum Guides
  904. #noprojects - A Culture of Continuous Value
  905. Argo and the Cloudflare Global Private Backbone
  906. Culture & Methods – the State of Practice in 2019
  907. The great agile transformation misunderstanding
  908. Elegant error handling with the JavaScript Either Monad
  909. Why Good Developers are Promoted into Unhappiness
  910. Doing Background Work Using a Native Elixir Approach
  911. Raw WebAssembly
  912. The struggles of an open source maintainer
  913. Simplicity, Please - A Manifesto for Software Development
  914. Npm-package-lock.json A manifestation of the manifest
  915. Hopefully simple WebAssembly starting guide
  916. Scrum di moda come i risvoltini dei ggiovani!
  917. Who to Sue When a Robot Loses Your Fortune
  918. Inheritance versus composition
  919. A horrifying globalThis polyfill in universal JavaScript · Mathias Bynens
  920. Deliberate Practice
  921. The IoC Container Pattern with Vue.js
  922. Everyone claims they are following “agile methods” but few actually do
  923. Problems with Test Automation and Modern QA
  924. HTTP headers for the responsible developer
  925. Why It’s So Hard to Learn French in Middle Age
  926. Remote Code Execution on most Dell computers
  927. Don’t try to create and analyze at the same time
  928. How Language Shapes the Brain
  929. Remote versus Co-located Work
  930. My Billion Dollar Mistake
  931. Announcing WAPM: The WebAssembly Package Manager
  932. The Wrong Abstraction — Sandi Metz
  933. Functional farming with Nerves
  934. Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)
  935. How I got my first 1,000 visitors in a month
  936. Name It, and They Will Come
  937. Working for a startup makes increasingly less sense
  938. JSX
  939. A complete guide to threads in Node.js
  940. Secure Contexts
  941. Just Enough Technical Documentation
  942. What the Hell is Going On? — David Perell
  943. Finding inspiration and creating SVG
  944. The Secret to Becoming an Annoyingly Productive Early Morning Person
  945. Patagonia’s CEO is donating company’s entire $10M Trump tax cut to fight climate change.
  946. Facial recognition's 'dirty little secret': Millions of online photos scraped without consent
  947. How my side project became my full-time Startup!
  948. DARPA Is Building a $10 Million, Open Source, Secure Voting System
  949. Event Sourcing With Elixir - Part 0
  950. Event Sourcing With Elixir - Part 1
  951. Event Sourcing With Elixir - Part 2
  952. 4 tips to begin to work remotely
  953. Cybersquatting
  954. Thread pool
  955. The Complexity Trap: Think Before You Leap
  956. The future of Bitcoin and Ethereum
  957. How Jeff Bezos Turned Narrative into Amazon's Competitive Advantage
  958. Fighting the surveillance economy
  959. Apple to contribute to U.S. teen's education for spotting FaceTime bug
  960. Secure Dependencies with GitHub and Dependabot
  961. Resource Efficiency vs. Flow Efficiency, Part 1: Seeing Your System
  962. Angular: You may not need NgRx!
  963. Component Teams vs Feature Teams
  964. Google has quietly dropped ban on personally identifiable web tracking
  965. ZEIT – Serverless Slack Apps with Now
  966. The Trident Model of Career Development
  967. Redirecting
  968. How big data has created a big crisis in science
  969. Building Event Sourced Apps
  970. The worst career advice I ever received
  971. Blue Ocean Strategy
  972. Gamergate
  973. The magic notebook for visualization
  974. The myth of passive income
  975. Travel app case-study (Design sprint, UX, Visual Design)
  976. S-expression
  977. Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work?
  978. Trash talk: the Orinoco garbage collector
  979. Why I use old hardware
  980. The most important skill you need to succeed as a developer
  981. Why I care so much about DevOps
  982. Why Instagram Is the Worst Social Media for Mental Health
  983. Coolest Things I Learned In 2018 — David Perell
  984. How to Choose a Startup to Work For by Thinking Like An Investor
  985. Using Fourier Transforms To Multiply Numbers - Interactive Examples
  986. How I Built A $5,000 Per Month Side Project
  987. New – Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB Compatibility): Fast, Scalable, and Highly Available
  988. Fast Integration Tests for 3rd Party Services - The Easy Way
  989. SEARCHING FOR THE KILLER APP: DISCOVERING THE PROBLEMS DECENTRALIZED CAN SOLVE
  990. Top JavaScript Frameworks and Topics to Learn in 2019
  991. New year, new GitHub: Announcing unlimited free private repos and unified Enterprise offering
  992. Scalable Tech Stack - Cost Effective secure infrastructure
  993. KidkArolis/jetpack
  994. Monorepo: please do!
  995. Programmer as wizard, programmer as engineer
  996. Automatic categorization of text is a core tool now
  997. Blockchain study finds 0.00% success rate and vendors don't call back when asked for evidence
  998. Dear Developer, The Web Isn't About You
  999. People with depression use language differently – here’s how to spot it
  1000. GOTO 2018 • Computer Science - A Guide for the Perplexed • Joe Armstrong
  1001. LOLWUT: a piece of art inside a database command
  1002. 5 Fatal Docker Gotcha's ? - for new users
  1003. Microsoft totally changed how it does interviews in its developer division to make sure candidates have the actual skills to do the job
  1004. Risk-first/website
  1005. A Harvard psychologist says people judge you based on 2 criteria when they first meet you
  1006. My carnivore diet: what I learned from eating only beef, salt and water
  1007. How We Reached Millions With A $0 Budget - The 24 Hour Startup
  1008. Seeing Theory
  1009. Here’s what a Bitcoin address does (and why you definitely shouldn’t reuse it)
  1010. End of year crypto roundup: How did IOTA perform in 2018?
  1011. How Vaping Giant Juul Explains Everything That’s Wrong With Our World
  1012. Digest of Papers: Monads For Functional Programming
  1013. The demoralized mind
  1014. JIRA is an antipattern
  1015. OrbitDB
  1016. You Are Not A Software Developer
  1017. FAQGURU/FAQGURU
  1018. The Machine Learning Race Is Really a Data Race
  1019. Revisiting Ukraine’s startup ecosystem: Confidence, ambition, and aspiration
  1020. Node.js Fundamentals: Web Server Without Dependencies
  1021. Why your phone’s notifications are the way they are
  1022. 2018 was a crappy year for tech and science
  1023. Entscheidungsproblem
  1024. Stop Learning Frameworks
  1025. The Market for Lemons
  1026. The Ultimate Guide to Personal Productivity Methods
  1027. Redirecting
  1028. "Back to values" agile retrospective format
  1029. Google isn’t the company that we should have handed the Web over to
  1030. As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants
  1031. How freeCodeCamp.org uses the JAMstack + a single API server to help millions of people learn to code every month
  1032. Ask HN : What should an ideal developer interview process look like? : Hacker News
  1033. Npm
  1034. Dr. Elon & Mr. Musk: Life Inside Tesla's Production Hell
  1035. Liberating Structures
  1036. People who disagree with you aren't trying to make things complex. Maybe you're wrong. - No Fun Allowed
  1037. Twenty Years of Open Source Erlang
  1038. On Shutting Down
  1039. Semver: A Primer
  1040. Unix Philosophy and Node.js
  1041. "Uncle" Bob Martin - "The Future of Programming"
  1042. Machine Learning Glossary
  1043. Microsoft Edge and Chromium Open Source: Our Intent
  1044. Simple SEO Techniques 2019: Grow your Organic traffic Quickly
  1045. How Does setState Know What to Do?
  1046. Addy Osmani's 18-Point Web Performance Checklist
  1047. This is how I started a successful B2B tech company
  1048. - Feature Branching considered Evil
  1049. A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics
  1050. Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10
  1051. ‘It’s a man’s problem’: Patrick Stewart and the men fighting to end domestic violence
  1052. Why I'm studying math at 39 years old.
  1053. Proof That iOS Still Hasn’t Gotten Undo Right
  1054. Collective Ownership
  1055. Extreme Programming Values
  1056. 20 Questions To Ask Before Joining A Startup
  1057. How to balance full-time work with creative projects
  1058. Intelligence explosion
  1059. The DOM Is NOT Slow, Your Abstraction Is
  1060. Why Don’t We Forget How to Ride a Bike?
  1061. Paperclip maximizer
  1062. People leave managers, not companies. Don’t let that manager be you.
  1063. Machine Learning in Node.js With TensorFlow.js
  1064. Easy apps with hyperHTML — 7
  1065. Cambridge Analytica Used Fashion Tastes to Identify Right-Wing Voters
  1066. Streamlabs CEO describes building money-making tools for Twitch & YouTube
  1067. DevOps in 3 Sentences
  1068. DevTernity 2018: Surviving Legacy Code
  1069. The deepest problem with deep learning
  1070. Fetch
  1071. We don't need a Tech Lead
  1072. Revolut, the UK's $1.7 billion star fintech, has big dreams as it takes on the American market
  1073. GraphQL: A Retrospective
  1074. Amazon officially joins the blockchain party
  1075. World War II Vet Sees Haunting Signs of War in Modern America
  1076. Details about the event-stream incident
  1077. How to Survive the Next Era of Tech (Slow Down and Be Mindful)
  1078. How Postgres is more than a relational database: Extensions
  1079. Do NOT Measure Developers – Measure Projects
  1080. Fortran is still a thing
  1081. A tale about not-so-much-dead JavaScript
  1082. GDPR complaints against Google’s deceptive practices to track user location
  1083. We are Google employees. Google must drop Dragonfly.
  1084. Pony Foo on Twitter
  1085. Google employees: We no longer believe the company places values over profits
  1086. I don't know what to say. · Issue #116 · dominictarr/event-stream
  1087. Ncc: Node.js Compiler Collection
  1088. Going to university does not broaden the mind
  1089. ...And Monads for (Almost) All: The State Monad
  1090. The entire cryptocurrency market is now worth less than McDonald’s
  1091. Tumblr was removed from Apple’s App Store over child pornography issues
  1092. Products Over Projects
  1093. Popular Dark Web hosting provider got hacked, 6,500 sites down
  1094. Developer eXperience - Pietro Campagnano - Crafted Software Milan 15/11/2018
  1095. Hackers erase 6,500 sites from the Dark Web in one attack
  1096. Sousveillance
  1097. The Genius Neuroscientist Who Might Hold the Key to True AI
  1098. A look at a small Elm application
  1099. Ask HN: Resources for introverted devs to learn workplace politics?
  1100. How I got my startup to #1 on both Product Hunt and Hacker News by accident
  1101. This Strategy Makes It Impossible To Procrastinate
  1102. Why Big Tech pays poor Kenyans to teach self-driving cars
  1103. Fear, trust and JavaScript: When types and functional programming fail
  1104. Sorry for the Delayed Response
  1105. 6 Things You Need to Recover From Every Day
  1106. Making The Move From Scala To Go, And Why We’re Not Going Back
  1107. 17 Proven Productivity Techniques You Can Start Using Today
  1108. The Life Changing Magic Of Tidying Up
  1109. The End of Enterprise IT
  1110. A Look Back at the Memes of the Obama Administration
  1111. Writing software is hard
  1112. Don’t Set Too Many Goals for Yourself
  1113. FP vs. OO
  1114. It Takes 6 Days to Change 1 Line of Code
  1115. 2016 Hardware Product of the Year
  1116. Grow with LEAF
  1117. A Brief History of MILF Porn
  1118. Logojoy
  1119. I don’t belong in tech
  1120. Agile Has Failed. A Peek at the Future of Programming
  1121. How Exercise Shapes You, Far Beyond the Gym
  1122. The 100% correct way to do CSS breakpoints
  1123. Programming Has Changed My Life
  1124. Here’s Why Ambiverts Are More Influential and Successful Than Extroverts
  1125. 20 Ways to Improve Your Presentation Skills
  1126. How to encrypt your entire life in less than an hour
  1127. Harmonious Typography and Grids
  1128. Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better
  1129. The Ultimate Guide to Minimum Viable Product
  1130. Please Stop Telling Us How ‘Busy’ You Are.
  1131. Why 30 is the decade friends disappear — and what to do about it
  1132. You Are Not Paid to Write Code
  1133. Software Developers: Here’s how to get a raise without changing jobs
  1134. Design Principles for Reducing Cognitive Load
  1135. The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars
  1136. Rails Anti-Pattern: Fat Decorator
  1137. Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend.
  1138. Browsers, not apps, are the future of mobile
  1139. 10 principles for smooth web animations
  1140. Y Combinator's Hardware Guy Leaves After 14 Months
  1141. I don’t like computers
  1142. Utopia
  1143. Are service objects enough?
  1144. Why We Chose Vue.js
  1145. Why Haters Hate: Kierkegaard Explains the Psychology of Bullying and Online Trolling in 1847
  1146. It's Not Just Standing Up: Patterns for Daily Standup Meetings
  1147. Is Design Dead?
  1148. Agile Software Guide
  1149. The Agile Fluency Model
  1150. ExtremeProgramming
  1151. Redirecting
  1152. TDD - From the Inside Out or the Outside In?
  1153. Serverless architectures: game-changer or a recycled fad?
  1154. How to read a book a week
  1155. How being alone may be the key to rest
  1156. Never accept a counter-offer
  1157. I could do that in a weekend!
  1158. Employee #1: Coinbase
  1159. Hello, I'm Mr. Null. My Name Makes Me Invisible to Computers
  1160. LambdaConf Fuckery: White Supremacy Under the Guise of “Inclusion”
  1161. 15 Ways to Calm Your Nerves Before a Big Presentation
  1162. The Difference Between “Remote” and “Remote-First” – ReadThink (by HubSpot)
  1163. Here’s How to Become More Creative in the Next 10 Minutes
  1164. The best productivity system for procrastinators is to work with your natural tendencies
  1165. The end of capitalism has begun
  1166. The Myth of Quality Time
  1167. How to Charge for your Open Source
  1168. 31 Ways to Improve Your Life in Just a Month
  1169. Financial technology
  1170. Complice
  1171. 30K Page Views for $0.21: A Serverless Story
  1172. What Great Listeners Actually Do
  1173. The traits of a proficient programmer
  1174. Ask HN : How to get out of Tech and still make a decent living? : Hacker News
  1175. Ask HN : Did some of you try the digital nomad lifestyle and not like it? : Hacker News
  1176. Ask HN : How have you achieved financial independence? : Hacker News
  1177. Appointment Reminder
  1178. Shogun
  1179. Amon
  1180. Destroy All Ifs — A Perspective from Functional Programming
  1181. The Mind of an Architect
  1182. Why Google Stores Billions of Lines of Code in a Single Repository
  1183. The UK will now become a tax haven for the rich
  1184. How to Stop Being Boring
  1185. JavaScript performance updates in Microsoft Edge and Chakra
  1186. How Technology is Hijacking Your Mind — from a Magician and Google Design Ethicist
  1187. The first rule of pricing is: you do not talk about pricing
  1188. Being A Developer After 40 — Free Code Camp
  1189. Have Software Developers Given Up?
  1190. The Increasing Problem With the Misinformed (by @baekdal) #analysis
  1191. You (probably) don't need a JavaScript framework
  1192. Why Uber Won — Greylock Perspectives
  1193. The Most Object-Oriented Language — NoRedInk Tech
  1194. SmartBear Blog
  1195. Why Erlang Matters
  1196. Managed services killed DevOps
  1197. Edonismo
  1198. Utilitarismo
  1199. Eudemonismo
  1200. EDONISMO in “Enciclopedia Italiana” – Treccani
  1201. ActiveRecord is Actively Harmful
  1202. How Facebook ruined Instagram
  1203. Squash your commits
  1204. The bots are coming:​ Conversational UI and introducing the Skyscanner Telegram Bot
  1205. Anxiety and Depression Are Symptoms, Not Diseases
  1206. Software has bugs. This is normal. — Signal v. Noise — Medium
  1207. Functional architecture is Ports and Adapters by Mark Seemann
  1208. Discourse in a Docker container
  1209. Facebook is the new Excel
  1210. Work for only 3 hours a day, but everyday
  1211. Mathematicians Discover Prime Conspiracy
  1212. Bias (psicologia)
  1213. The 'premature optimization is evil' myth
  1214. So you want to talk at conferences? This is what it's like.
  1215. What Makes Software Good?
  1216. 7 Quotes To Remember When You’re Surrounded By Negativity
  1217. Why do we work so hard?
  1218. A Canadian province is about to start trialling universal basic income
  1219. Work for only 3 hours a day, but everyday
  1220. 钢企网-钢材-钢铁-钢材价格-钢铁价格-钢企网钢铁现货交易平台 - 优乐娱乐_优乐国际官网_U乐国际娱乐官网
  1221. BlueGreenDeployment
  1222. Agile Is Dead: The Angry Developer Version
  1223. CanaryRelease
  1224. JavaScript founder Brendan Eich: WebAssembly is a game-changer
  1225. Add Reactions to Pull Requests, Issues, and Comments
  1226. Frameworks don't make any sense
  1227. 5 Things To Ask Yourself When You Have Negative Thoughts
  1228. How to Deploy Software
  1229. How to Level up as a Developer — Medium
  1230. How Bad UX Killed Jenny
  1231. A succesful Git branching model considered harmful
  1232. Set theory
  1233. Venn diagram
  1234. Essays ☿ Kenneth Reitz
  1235. How to fall in love with your job (again)
  1236. Why Are So Many Animals Homosexual?
  1237. Sign in to continue to Gmail
  1238. Nbspjordan-dimov Resources and Information.
  1239. Brian Williams Misremembers
  1240. Why I don’t want stuff
  1241. How Meditation Changes the Brain and Body
  1242. How to stop functional programming
  1243. How to Set Up a CDN in Phoenix — Red Shift — Medium
  1244. Building Large Flask Apps In The Real World
  1245. Why I No Longer Use MVC Frameworks
  1246. Too many tools... not enough carpenters!
  1247. Cosa c'entra Kanban con la Piadina
  1248. Who Killed Nokia? Nokia Did
  1249. Douglas Rushkoff: 'I’m thinking it may be good to be off social media altogether'
  1250. What Pigeons Teach Us About Love
  1251. To Annoy or Not To Annoy: That Was The Question
  1252. Guida alla retrospettiva
  1253. Extreme programming
  1254. The Number One Secret To Sleep That No One Tells You
  1255. How I Got Jobs I Was Unqualified For
  1256. The 11 Daily Habits of Supremely Happy People
  1257. You probably shower way too often
  1258. Why Everyone Wants You To Fuck Up.
  1259. “Never Drink Airplane Coffee” and Other Secrets From Airline Employees
  1260. How to declutter your life by not giving a fuck
  1261. How To Learn
  1262. The Number One Secret to Superhuman Willpower
  1263. Making sense of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) – and why I prefer Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable
  1264. Most of your Facebook friends couldn't care less about you
  1265. Uber’s virtuous cycle. Geographic density, hyperlocal marketplaces, and why drivers are key
  1266. The Biggest Wastes of Time We Regret When We Get Older
  1267. Here’s What We’ll Do in Space by 2116
  1268. Heisenberg Developers
  1269. January 28th Incident Report
  1270. If corporations are people, then startups are children
  1271. A Drug to Cure Fear
  1272. Machiavellianism
  1273. Technical debt
  1274. Egocentrism
  1275. Visualizing Parallel Requests in Elixir
  1276. Being a deaf developer
  1277. Why Big Companies Keep Failing: The Stack Fallacy
  1278. How You Can Leverage Technical Debt & Why You Should
  1279. Narcissism
  1280. Serendipity
  1281. Isaac Newton
  1282. Token bucket
  1283. Psychopathy
  1284. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  1285. Europe
  1286. Istanbul
  1287. Browserify vs. Webpack
  1288. Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Adult ADHD and What You Can Do About It
  1289. Composition vs. Inheritance: How to Choose?
  1290. How To Learn a New Programming Language While Maintaining Your Day Job
  1291. Polyfill, Ponyfill & Prollyfill
  1292. Three hundred programming interviews in thirty days — Triplebyte Blog — Medium
  1293. Ditching Scrum for Kanban
  1294. Economic Inequality
  1295. Say “agile” one more time
  1296. 2015, a year of firsts
  1297. Dutch govt says no to backdoors, slides $540k into OpenSSL without breaking eye contact
  1298. Economic Inequality : The Short Version
  1299. Finally, the 7th row of the Periodic Table of the Elements is complete
  1300. Shut Up, Paul Graham : The Simplified Version / fuzzy notepad
  1301. An open letter to Paul Graham
  1302. Why privacy is important, and having "nothing to hide" is irrelevant
  1303. The man who studies the spread of ignorance
  1304. Why I love Snapchat
  1305. When Are You Really an Adult?
  1306. A Beginner's Guide to Scaling to 11 Million+ Users on Amazon's AWS
  1307. Feature Flag-Driven Development
  1308. The disintegration of the parent-child bond
  1309. Life is Short
  1310. Making WhatsApp free and more useful
  1311. Don't Learn to Code
  1312. Drinking Too Much Coffee Won’t Make Your Heartbeat Irregular
  1313. We are not fucking competent
  1314. Never Use The Confirm Dialog
  1315. Saving Agile with BDD and Cucumber – Interview with Matt Wynne
  1316. Inside Popcorn Time – the world's fastest growing piracy site
  1317. Life, Offline
  1318. Dear Dad, Send Money – Letters from Students in the Middle Ages
  1319. Migrant crisis: Applause as hundreds arrive in Munich
  1320. Why you should build your product in public
  1321. My five promise patterns
  1322. Telephone Keypad Design
  1323. Learning to be homeless
  1324. The only competitor that matters
  1325. College Is Not the Best Four Years of Your Life
  1326. The Minimum Viable Prototype
  1327. The Friend Break-Up — Personal Growth — Medium
  1328. The Business Benefits of Building Your Next Project With Go
  1329. August 21, 2015:Daniel Ek and Minecraft creator Notch debate Spotify privacy policy
  1330. Spotify says sorry after privacy policy anger
  1331. Does it have to be always an object?
  1332. Laying Out A Flexible Future For Web Design With Flexbox Best Practices
  1333. Why You Should Never Be Bored
  1334. On Contributing to Open Source
  1335. Harmful GOTOs, Premature Optimizations, and Programming Myths are the Root of all Evil
  1336. How Airbnb uses machine learning to detect host preferences
  1337. Change Your Name
  1338. I Kanban sono Agili?
  1339. When would you choose Erlang?
  1340. ParallelChange
  1341. Developer & Designer
  1342. Um, Agile Software Development requires Software Development
  1343. The 'No True Programmer' Fallacy · Jacques Mattheij
  1344. With Payouts, Gittip is Minimally Viable (Gittip Blog)
  1345. How To Make The Whole Organization Agile
  1346. The Facebook Method of Dealing With Complexity
  1347. Design Principles: Visual Perception And The Principles Of Gestalt
  1348. Design Principles: Space And The Figure Ground Relationship
  1349. Design Principles: Connecting And Separating Elements Through Contrast And Similarity
  1350. Design Principles: Visual Weight And Direction
  1351. Design Principles: Dominance, Focal Points And Hierarchy
  1352. Design Principles: Compositional Flow And Rhythm
  1353. Codeship
  1354. The self-hating Web Developer
  1355. Writing Testable JavaScript
  1356. You’re Missing the Point of Server-Side Rendered JavaScript Apps
  1357. Want a Better Pitch?Watch This.
  1358. Tracking down the Villains: Outlier Detection at Netflix
  1359. Standing Desks – Save your back, change your life!
  1360. DB performance issue
  1361. The Home Cloud
  1362. PUT or POST: The REST of the Story
  1363. Why I Don't Like Mocks
  1364. Nobody Understands REST or HTTP
  1365. Pocket
  1366. Component Specs and Lifecycle
  1367. User Stories
  1368. Eight Docker Development Patterns
  1369. Execution sequence of a React component’s lifecycle methods
  1370. 24 random docker tips
  1371. Load Balancing with HAProxy
  1372. I'm Sorry, But Agile Won't Fix Your Products
  1373. The anatomy of a credit card form
  1374. SpikeBytes
  1375. Ruby is defined by terrible tools
  1376. Impulsive Rich Kid, Impulsive Poor Kid
  1377. React for Designers
  1378. Finish your stuff
  1379. Ask HN : What is the actual purpose of Docker? : Hacker News
  1380. > I am busy with too many things at once
  1381. Design Principles: Compositional, Symmetrical And Asymmetrical Balance
  1382. The best icon is a text label
  1383. Unit testing a TCP stack
  1384. Some Functional Programmers Are Arrogant
  1385. Carlos Ble
  1386. Software bloat makes me sad – Remarkably Restrained
  1387. Trending at Instagram
  1388. Microservice Trade-Offs
  1389. Designing Data-Driven Interfaces
  1390. In 1900, Los Angeles had a bike highway — and the US was a world leader in bike lanes
  1391. ‘You’re Really Being an Asshole, Officer.’
  1392. We failed to change...
  1393. Well, after all there are nuts in it.
  1394. Understanding the Node.js Event Loop
  1395. Maintaining Open Source Projects: Documentation
  1396. The Role of a Senior Developer
  1397. Why Don't Software Developers Use Static Analysis Tools to Find Bugs?
  1398. The most important skill in software development
  1399. Running Lisp in Production
  1400. Why you might not need MVC with React.js
  1401. ReactJS For Beginners
  1402. Managing Technical Debt Using Total Cost of Ownership
  1403. Commit messages are not titles
  1404. The most important skill in software development
  1405. So Yeah We Tried Slack... and We Deeply Regretted It
  1406. Introducing JSON
  1407. Event Collaboration
  1408. ZenPayroll's Engineering Principles and Values
  1409. How a keyboard changed what I look for in an editor
  1410. ‘The Dorito Effect,’ by Mark Schatzker
  1411. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1412. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1413. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1414. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1415. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1416. Why you should never present more than one mockup to a client
  1417. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1418. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1419. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1420. 52 weeks of UX A discourse on the process of designing for real people
  1421. How to undo (almost) anything with Git · GitHub
  1422. Plans for Redis 3.2
  1423. How Is Critical 'Life or Death' Software Tested?
  1424. Why Software Engineering Isn’t Engineering, and the Implication for Deadlines
  1425. Product Hunt Made My Start-up 75k (& we aren’t a tech company) — Uber for X — Medium
  1426. Interview with Gerald Weinberg!!!
  1427. Talking microservices with the man who made Netflix’s cloud famous
  1428. The Relativity of Wrong By Isaac Asimov
  1429. Optimistic UI with Meteor
  1430. The responsibility we have as software engineers
  1431. Readme Driven Development
  1432. Why you should really start doing more things alone
  1433. How 500px serves up over 500TB of high res photos
  1434. Move fast and don’t break things! Testing with Jenkins, Ansible and Docker
  1435. Understanding the Docker Cache for Faster Builds
  1436. Ask HN: Is it just me or why does Docker suck so much?
  1437. Faster Builds with Container-Based Infrastructure and Docker
  1438. Fast code deployments with Docker
  1439. Content Not Available
  1440. 7 Patterns to Refactor JavaScript Applications: Value Objects
  1441. How I Got 345k Page Views In Just 7 Days
  1442. The Dark Side of Scrum
  1443. Agile Retrospective Technique #2
  1444. The Agile Taxi Driver
  1445. Agile Living: Part One — What Is Agile?
  1446. Hacking Company Culture
  1447. The Agile Manifesto and Holacracy
  1448. How Agile got Command and Control Wrong
  1449. 10 Ways To Improve Your Agile Process
  1450. Agile is DEAD, long live agile.. ! — Medium
  1451. When Agile Fails — Graham Anderson — Medium
  1452. Continuous Integration
  1453. When A Student’s Baby Started Crying In Class, This Professor Had The Best Response Ever
  1454. Git in six hundred words
  1455. Code Review Best Practices
  1456. On Becoming Agile
  1457. What I Wish I Knew When Learning Haskell 2.3 ( Stephen Diehl )
  1458. A re-introduction to JavaScript (JS tutorial)
  1459. Accepting payments is getting harder
  1460. Talking About Money
  1461. Leaving Stripe
  1462. Test, Develop, Build, Stage with Docker
  1463. Ask HN: Should I unplug my laptop charger at 100%?
  1464. What DONE Looks Like in DevOps
  1465. Its high time that we stop using Velocity
  1466. Fired
  1467. Pretty Unmistakeable
  1468. The Dao of Immutability
  1469. Is Haskell the Cure?
  1470. ‘Killed myself. Sorry.': Transgender game developer jumps off bridge after online abuse
  1471. Inside Popcorn Time, the Piracy Party Hollywood Can't Stop
  1472. Why and How to Use Docker for Development
  1473. 10 Benefits of Agile You Definitely Don’t Want to Miss Out On
  1474. Chris's Wiki : blog/programming/ProgrammingViaSuperstition
  1475. Product Prioritisation 101
  1476. Learn You Some Refactoring For Great Good
  1477. Rewriting a large production system in Go
  1478. Becoming an accomplished software designer – jbrains
  1479. Don't Let Miscommunication Spiral Out Of Control
  1480. The Broken Windows Theory of Technical Debt
  1481. Scrum is just a tool
  1482. RE: What's so cool about Scheme?
  1483. CallSuper
  1484. What agility means to me
  1485. Chapter 6: Functional Programming
  1486. Modern Extreme Programming
  1487. Microservices - Not a free lunch!
  1488. Your Password is Too Damn Short
  1489. Musings on Science, Health Care, and Business
  1490. The sad state of sysadmin in the age of containers
  1491. Best Time to Post? It’s Irrelevant
  1492. Modern XP, Join The Mob
  1493. Spotify engineering culture (part 1)
  1494. Serving All Your Heroin Needs
  1495. How Our Product Team Works
  1496. Microsoft Just Took Android’s Future Out of Google’s Hands
  1497. Double-clicking On The Web
  1498. Why (and How) I Wrote My Academic Book in Plain Text
  1499. The Code Is Just the Symptom
  1500. Fixing Italy, a little bit at a time
  1501. Arduino web architecture, back to the future
  1502. TDD is Not Magic!
  1503. Making Sense of Docker Volumes
  1504. Disrupt NY 2015
  1505. Container Wars
  1506. Why, oh WHY, do those #[email protected]! nutheads use vi?
  1507. Dependency Injection is EVIL
  1508. Why we don't sell ads
  1509. Software Development Today, writings on Agile and Lean businesses
  1510. Hierarchies remove scaling properties in Agile Software projects
  1511. 7 truths about Agile and Scrum that people don't want to hear. Part 1 of 7 Wrong Focus!
  1512. 7 truths about Agile and Scrum that people don't want to hear. Part 0 of 7 Introduction
  1513. Developer Creativity
  1514. 7 truths about Agile and Scrum that people don't want to hear. Part 3 of 7: Stakeout Stakeholders or Stakeholders will stake you out.
  1515. The Truth about BDD
  1516. Let the team decide the tools
  1517. Gmail
  1518. Pageviews vs. Engaged Time in web analytics
  1519. Git workflows: Centralized or Feature Branching?
  1520. The JavaScriptWorld Domination
  1521. Sign in
  1522. Putting An Age-Old Battle To Rest
  1523. What I’ve learned so far about software development
  1524. Estimates or #noestimates... It's All a Matter of Context -LeadingAgile
  1525. Agile Is About Risk Mitigation -
  1526. Why I Don't Want to Talk About 'Women in Tech' : Life as I Know It
  1527. Refactor to remove duplication
  1528. Manifesto for Agile Software Development
  1529. Http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Zero.html
  1530. Agileoverflow.com - agileoverflow Resources and Information.
  1531. Dad and the Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming
  1532. Socket.IO — Docs
  1533. The Four Elements of Simple Design
  1534. Bliki : BeckDesignRules
  1535. CamelCase vs underscores: Scientific showdown
  1536. Introducing Content Security Policy
  1537. CSP (Content Security Policy)
  1538. AngularJS
  1539. Astronomers Discover A Supermassive Black Hole Dating To Cosmic Dawn
  1540. Forget the 'To-Do' List, You Need a ‘Stop Doing’ List
  1541. Essence of functional programming
  1542. Docker Expands Broadest Orchestration Ecosystem to Ensure Distributed Application Portability
  1543. TDD: A Blueprint for Choosing Metrics
  1544. Where do you find the time for side projects?
  1545. An Introduction to Unix
  1546. Turtles all the way down
  1547. Chicken or the egg
  1548. Invented here syndrome
  1549. The Sorrows of Young Developer
  1550. The Instant Retrospective
  1551. How To Do A Damn Good Daily Standup Meeting - Prismatic
  1552. Money Doesn’t Buy Happiness, But Time Just Might Do It
  1553. If you are storing important info in Evernote, think twice.
  1554. Yes, You Can Spend $750 in International Data Roaming in One Minute on AT&T
  1555. We Learned Us Some Erlang
  1556. From Zero to HIPster (Haskell In Production)
  1557. Million user webchat with Full Stack Flux, React, redis and PostgreSQL
  1558. Extreme programming
  1559. Understanding Scopes · angular/angular.js Wiki · GitHub
  1560. Self-Organizing Teams... Really? : The Agile Management Blog
  1561. Redirecting...
  1562. The Tyranny of the Forced Smile
  1563. Why OCaml, why now?
  1564. Stop wasting time trying to get estimates right! – and what to do instead
  1565. Var self = lame
  1566. Client-side MVC's major bug
  1567. Why Is The Dollar Sign A Letter S?
  1568. Principles behind the Agile Manifesto
  1569. Don't Call Yourself A Programmer, And Other Career Advice
  1570. TestPyramid
  1571. Do call yourself a programmer, and other career advice
  1572. In search of the perfect JavaScript framework
  1573. Screw motivation, what you need is discipline.
  1574. Moving from Node.js to Go at Bowery
  1575. A practical introduction to functional programming at Mary Rose Cook
  1576. CORE JAVA QUESTIONS FOR INTERVIEW : Part 1
  1577. Agile is dead! Oh, really? — Medium
  1578. Microservices : Building Services with the Guts on the Outside
  1579. Why JavaScript Is Doomed
  1580. You Aren't Doing Scrum If...
  1581. The New Stack Makers: Mitchell Hashimoto on Vagrant, Containers and Growing Up with Open Source
  1582. An Unconventional Review of AngularJS
  1583. Neutron Drive Blog
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  1725. A Day of Communication at GitHub
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  1733. Npm and front-end packaging - Prismatic
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  1741. Bevacqua/js
  1742. Carlo Pecchia
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  1763. Building Good Docker Images
  1764. Why AngularJS is Known to Have a Steep Learning Curve?
  1765. How Tech Companies Can Help Their Coders
  1766. Sorry but not sorry
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  1768. SSL Endpoint
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  1772. Gocardless/angularjs-style-guide
  1773. Job Title: It’s Complicated
  1774. How Buffer Works Smarter, Not Harder
  1775. How Bad UX Killed Jenny — Tragic Design — Medium
  1776. It’s 2014, and Android fragmentation is no longer a problem
  1777. AngularJS: Looking under the hood [Part 1]
  1778. Technology Radar Vol.21
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  1780. Don’t Do the Things You Love
  1781. 3 radical habits of highly successful remote teams
  1782. An Overnight Success — How Product Hunt + Hacker News fueled 300k views in 30 days
  1783. The Last Question by Isaac Asimov © 1956
  1784. Horror Vacui
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  1786. UX Thought of the Day
  1787. How to Avoid Feminist Burnout
  1788. Write every day – Mathias Lafeldt
  1789. A Long, Ugly Year of Depression That's Finally Fading : Rand's Blog
  1790. Out in the Open: The Site That Teaches You to Code Well Enough to Get a Job
  1791. Optimizing AngularJS: 1200ms to 35ms
  1792. Why Some Students Don’t Learn to Code — Bloc Weekly — Medium
  1793. A Great Introduction to Docker, and Where It's All Going
  1794. Go Programming For Beginners
  1795. It's called "Ship" not "Shit".
  1796. The ROI of UX
  1797. A Developer’s Guide to Perform SEO on AngularJS Web Apps
  1798. AngularJS Authentication and CORS
  1799. Pirate Bay Moves to The Cloud, Becomes Raid-Proof
  1800. The Log: an epic software engineering article
  1801. The Pirate Bay Runs on 21 "Raid-Proof" Virtual Machines
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  1803. Running a website: Google App Engine vs. Amazon EC2
  1804. Angular: Filter already selected items from ng-options
  1805. Unit Testing Best Practices in AngularJS
  1806. HTTP access control (CORS)
  1807. Hosting static sites with Docker and Nginx
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  1812. The laws of shitty dashboards
  1813. Rebuilding Stackoverflow with AngularJS
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  1825. Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For September 5th, 2014
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  1836. 5 AngularJS Antipatterns & Pitfalls
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  1840. HTTP API Design Guide
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  1845. Visualising Test Terminology
  1846. Getify/You-Dont-Know-JS
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  1856. The Blank Slate
  1857. Dependency Injection in JavaScript
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  1860. How To Migrate Linux Servers Part 3 - Final Steps
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  1862. Why we left AngularJS : Hacker News
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  1869. Error handling and Go
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  1871. Organizing Go code
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  1874. Go Concurrency Patterns: Timing out, moving on
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  1877. Automated deployment with Docker - lessons learnt
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  1879. Demystifying Secret
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  1881. X to Close
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  1956. How To Build And Develop Websites With Gulp
  1957. Design a beautiful REST API
  1958. An update on container support on Google Cloud Platform
  1959. Understanding Angular’s $scope and $rootScope event system $emit, $broadcast and $on
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  1965. Creating Custom AngularJS Directives Part 2 – Isolate Scope
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  2022. Mocks Aren't Stubs
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  2033. How to Unit Test Private Functions in JavaScript — Philip Walton
  2034. Comparing Node.js Promises, Try/Catch, Angular Zone.js and yes, Zone
  2035. Interview: Ron Jeffries on Running Tested Features
  2036. The Difference Between Ruby Symbols and Strings
  2037. Write Better JavaScript with Promises
  2038. AngularJS vs Ember
  2039. Meteor is F***ing Awesome — Medium
  2040. Understanding the “this” keyword in JavaScript
  2041. Theniravshah.com - This website is for sale! - theniravshah Resources and Information.
  2042. What UX isn’t
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  2044. When two-factor authentication is not enough
  2045. Absolute, Relative, Fixed Positioning: How Do They Differ?
  2046. A Set of Unit Testing Rules
  2047. The Heartbleed Bug
  2048. Why UPS Trucks Don't Turn Left
  2049. Digital Ocean needs to start showing outages on their status page
  2050. More Efficienter JavaScript — CSS Perverts — Medium
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  2076. In what cases could `git pull` be harmful?
  2077. Popping Out of Hidden Overflow
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  2080. Things to do in your 5 minute break
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  2092. Engineer's Guide to US Visas
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  2098. DigitalOcean Raises $37.2M From Andreessen Horowitz To Take On AWS
  2099. Please stop using Twitter Bootstrap
  2100. Ultimate guide to learning AngularJS in one day
  2101. 7 Reasons Why You Will Never Do Anything Amazing With Your Life
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  2103. Chrome 34: Responsive Images and Unprefixed Web Audio
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  2107. Code Guide by @mdo
  2108. Securing a Linux (Centos) VPS in 10 minutes
  2109. Tal Bereznitskey : The impact of appearing on HN's front page and the secret of getting there
  2110. Javascript is hard. Let’s not keep it that way.
  2111. R/cscareerquestions
  2112. IE10 falls below IE9 in market share, Firefox hits 60-month low, and Chrome again gains the most
  2113. Tal Bereznitskey : 5 Javascript debugging tips you'll start using...
  2114. What to say when someone is being an asshole
  2115. Fvck school
  2116. Searching For The Holy Grail Of Blogging
  2117. The History of User Experience Design
  2118. Cross-browser handling of Ajax requests
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  2121. Check Out Atom, GitHub's New Development Editor
  2122. Npm’s Self-Signed Certificate is No More
  2123. Good Design Makes a Product Understandable (Part 4)
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