Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-44.
Tags: tech, twitter, attention-economy
Spot on analysis. What could Musk do with Twitter? Why? Several theories but clearly this will impact and distort even more the information landscape.
Tags: tech, agile, criticism, safe
Finally out of Google Docs it seems. Better version for sharing around. Still an interesting list of case studies and opinions around SAFe. I learned a few things, I didn’t realize it’s creation was so disconnected from the pre-existing agile community. It all seems to confirm my opinion that it’s better to stay away from it though. The few organizations I know of which use it are clearly very much in a command and control mode. This is going backwards.
Tags: tech, python, security, supply-chain
OK, this is a weird but real supply chain attack on going in the Python ecosystem.
Tags: tech, kde
Always pleasant to see a nice and positive review!
Tags: tech, programming, safety, type-systems
Definitely this! It’s important to model properly your domain and leverage smart value types everywhere it makes sense. This can prevent quite a few different types of bugs.
Tags: tech, programming, optimization, performance
Good reminder that “premature” doesn’t mean “early”. Poor Knuth is so often badly quoted in the context of optimization that it’s really sad. The number of times I see “early pessimisation” on the pretense of avoiding “premature optimization”. Such a waste…
Tags: tech, programming, optimization
What the title said, there’s nothing fancy about optimizations. It’s mostly well known knowledge, doesn’t change much over time or on different stacks… still it’s very satisfying.
Tags: tech, communication, writing
If you like remote work, then you need to make sure your written communication is good. There’s a handful of proper guidelines in this paper. Good reminders.
Bye for now!