Tags: web-review, failure, tech,, postmortem, rss, diagrams, fediverse, foss, web, history, python, tech, css, social-media, blog, frontend, complexity, browser, mathematics, japan, vendor-lockin, performance, programming, git, ecology, optimization, project-management
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2022-47.
Tags: tech, vendor-lockin, foss
Definitely something to sign, let’s get back some freedom on the device we got in our pocket.
Tags: tech, ecology
I often find tools regarding environmental impacts on the client side. This group seems to focus more on the server side, definitely something to look into.
Tags: tech, fediverse, social-media
This sudden rise of the Fediverse is indeed a chance. Let’s hope it’s not wasted. Good list of things to pay attention to in this article.
Tags: tech, blog, rss
Woa, that’s definitely welcome. A strong list of blogs to use in your feed aggregator. Time to explore.
Tags: tech, web, frontend, css
Nice CSS trick to make collapsable trees without too much fuss.
Tags: tech, frontend, browser, css
Nice guide, the interactive parts definitely help. Good way to improve CSS use.
Tags: tech, python, performance, optimization
Interesting deep dive on how sets and dicts are implemented in CPython. There are a couple of interesting tricks in there.
Tags: tech, programming, mathematics
Good reasons to use [closed, open) intervals. If you didn’t know where it was coming from, here it is.
Tags: tech, diagrams
That looks like a nice declarative language to make diagrams. Missing sequence diagrams but otherwise seems fairly useful and readable.
Tags: tech, git
Now this is a very interesting trick for git. This way large reformatting commits are less of a concern when exploring commit history.
Tags: tech, complexity, project-management, failure, postmortem
A bit heavy handed in the way it tries to paint Root Cause Analysis as evil. Still it has good points about its shortcomings. In particular I appreciate the emphasis on complexity which indeed points to have contributing factors and unexpected outcomes. Definitely things to keep in mind for any postmortem efforts.
Tags: history, japan, ecology
Very interesting technique. Clearly some more work but prevents deforesting like mad for lumber. It’s amazing to see those… clearly a bit like giant bonsais.
Bye for now!