Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-16. I need some rest, so no web review next week. If I’m motivated we might have a double issue the week after. We’ll see.

It’s Still Stupidly, Ridiculously Difficult To Buy A ‘Dumb’ TV

Tags: tech, TV, low-tech, obsolescence

I feel less alone. I guess my next TV (hoping the current one will last though) will be a video projector.

Memray is a memory profiler for Python

Tags: tech, python, memory, profiling, performance

That looks like a very interesting tool for larger Python based projects. Definitely need a way to profile memory use in there.

How to Freaking Hire Great Developers

Tags: tech, interviews

I like this approach to technical interview questions. I do something similar in some cases with a mix of reading and writing.

The Rise of the 9 p.m. Work Hour - The Atlantic

Tags: tech, management, remote-working, life

Interesting to see how a more widespread remote work impact people. Unexpected patterns appear, it’s clearly not all for the better though.

The Dunning-Kruger Effect is Autocorrelation – Economics from the Top Down

Tags: psychology, science, statistics

Very interesting debunk of the Dunning-Kruger effect. This is welcome since I see it pervasively cited. Also comes with a few interesting facts introduced by the papers which critiqued it first.

Bye for now!