I read a lot.
At least I think I do. At the very least, I read whenever I get a chance.
Anyway, in this section I aim to provide a list of interesting reads. This allows me to keep track of all the interesting stuff I find on this world-wide-web of ours – And share it!
Readings of the Month
SES-10 – History is made! Humanity has lunched for the first time ever the same rocket to space twice!
- Show the Docs
- Identity Server Videos
- A three part video that explains what Identity Server is and how it can be used from one of the developers
- Uncle Bob – TDD Harms Architecture
VS 2017 Release Notes – YAYY!!
crypto101 – with crypto there is no such thing as 101, but we can try
Alestorm – A pirate metal band. I don’t know that to think about this.
- The Guy that is saving the world (Elon Musk)– I would not have said it better myself
- An AI rant… or is it? Why AI will probably kill us all
The Happiness Experiment – or how to build a “commitment contract” with yourself
- TED Talk on Procastination
- Shakespeare’s Words
- Spectacular Video Putting WWII Deaths in Perspective
- and this
- Yellow River flood – In 1938, China flooded the yellow river to (try to) stop japanese troop’s advance.
- An Lushan Rebellion – In 755, general “An Lushan” declared himself emperor in Northern China, starting a war with the current Tang dynasty. Eventually he lost, but the death toll reached two-thirds of the population of the empire – around 36 million souls – a sixth of the worlds population at the time.
New Battery? – 3 times the energy density? (a.k.a 3 times more range) Faster charge/discharge cycles (a.k.a more power)? made of glass and sodium? I can definitely say: Looks promising.
- Honest Feedback
- Jaguar I-pace
- REST without PUT
- Mediatr Pattern
- Some internet dude writes his own ramblings about each top link in Hack News every week. The dude’s a god!
- Libre Taxi
- Interesting Idea… More about how it come to life
- Japanese Internment
- I did not know what Japanese Interment was. These crimes against humanity ought to be remembered not to be repeated. It is so sad.
Architecture Astronauts an oldie from 2006 – always a good read/re-read
- Awsome Idea: fuzzy-search to kill processes – Seek and destroy !!
Debug Node in Visual Studio Code when all else fails…
Wireless Power Transfer – always good to read some science fiction …
Sam Altman - What I Heard From Trump Supporters – “not statistically significantly different from 0”, but a very good read
- AWS S3 went Down and half the internet stopped – funny when it is not your code !
- Uncle Bob – The dark Path
- which lead me to this: Uncle Bob – The Churn
- SemVer – an Anti-pattern
- But is it?
- Docker Containers are not VMs
- True that. It’s not rocket science, but some concepts take time to sink in.
- Live Reload with Jekyll
- Do a Live reload of the browser when editing code on jekyll. We need yet another gem but it works. On windows, we need ruby DevKit installed. Hey, but it works.
- Raising chickens, low-cost dinosaurs
- Reverse Engineered 16k apps
- How to C in 2016
- Ask HN: If you were to switch career, what would you do?
- Ask HN: If you restarted your career, what would you do differently?
- You Dont Need JS
- Date Dropper
- a jquery date that is really easy to use
- The Outrageous Cost of Skipping TDD & Code Reviews
- We all know this, but it never gets old.
- Google Has Started Penalizing Mobile Websites With Intrusive Pop-Up Ads
- Just a Litle AWK
- PIP-ENV for mac