Tags: web-review, interviews, email, performance, art, career, remote-working, business, climate, web, programming, deployment, python, culture, portability, management, life, usb, tech, hr, react, frontend, craftsmanship
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-36.
Tags: culture, art, business
There is indeed something concerning with the current trends in the arts and entertainment. This is clearly stagnating and looking back, barely creating novelty.
Tags: tech, email
The sad state of self-hosting emails. Even though it might not be as hopeless as it sounds.
Tags: tech, email
A good list of tricks to ease the pain with email hosting. I use some of it to deal with the delivery pain.
Tags: tech, usb
Looks like a good cheatsheet to navigate the maze of the USB marketing terms…
Tags: tech, climate
Sounds like a potentially interesting tool to estimate web applications CO2 impact. Looks far from perfect but this is better than nothing.
Tags: tech, web, frontend, react
Indeed, React is a bit too much of the default choice right now while clearly it shouldn’t be that way. Let’s hope it’ll change and something else with more merit will take its place.
Tags: tech, python, portability, deployment
Python is making progress regarding portable binaries and it is welcome.
Tags: tech, python, performance
This has some interesting promises in terms of performance using Python. Looks a bit like a CUDA for Python… to be seen how it fares in practice.
Tags: tech, programming, craftsmanship
Indeed a good list of attributes. Not sure if that’s the only attributes you want in a team but that’s definitely must haves in at least one person.
Tags: tech, programming, culture, craftsmanship, career, life
Lots of good insight for a long career as a programmer. Definitely a few things I live by and a few… I tend to loose sight of. More progress to be made.
Tags: management, remote-working
Very thorough breakdown on the things to keep in mind around remote work. We definitely still need offices and ways to meet. It “just” needs to be rethought how we use them and how we’re reachable.
Tags: hr, interviews
A very good list of criteria… Definitely questions we should ask ourselves regularly to know where we stand.
Bye for now!