Tags: web-review, security, firefox, linux, surveillance, optimization, google, surprising, performance, funny, agile, product-management, desktop, economics, craftsmanship, data-science, cult, c++, foss, project-management, programming, maintenance, engineering, browser, tech, python, low-tech
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-24.
Tags: google, cult, surprising
Such cults are freaky… I’m always baffled at their ability to put their fangs into an organization and grow in there.
Tags: tech, browser, firefox, surveillance
This is definitely a welcome move to improve protection from tracking.
Tags: tech, foss, maintenance, economics
This is definitely well put, users shouldn’t feel entitled. Maintainers do what they can (even if there’s a company backing up your favorite FOSS project) and if you use the software for free with no support contract… things will be done when they’re done.
Tags: tech, desktop, low-tech
I didn’t know about the Lindy effect, this is an interesting point. Obviously I have a different setup (Plasma has been around longer than XMonad after all) but the overall advice is good.
Tags: tech, linux, security
Alright, this one looks somewhat concerning…
Tags: tech, programming, python, c++, optimization, performance, data-science
And this is why you likely need to optimize your data pipelines at some point. There are plenty of levers available.
Tags: tech, agile, product-management
Good ideas to improve your user stories. I often see not so complete stories, it doesn’t stop at the title, there’s more to do. The proposed canvas is interesting and definitely helps.
Tags: tech, agile, engineering, craftsmanship
As always, what really matters in the end is the context
Tags: tech, agile, project-management
Interesting take as usual. Utilization doesn’t matter, throughput is what you need to keep in mind.
Tags: tech, funny
Alright, this definitely escalated beyond imagination. Still it’s a fun project.
Bye for now!