Tags: web-review, programming, tech, secrets, architecture, tools, yaml, science, fediverse, management, logic, meetings, security, culture, social-media, unix, command-line, browser, prolog, web, python, funny, cpu, automotive, ux, diagrams, date
Let’s go for my web review for the week 2023-02.
Tags: tech, social-media, fediverse, culture
A very interesting metaphor. Indeed on social media we’re not dealing with gardens.
Tags: tech, automotive, ux
Not very scientific, but indeed thought provoking and taps into safety considerations.
Tags: tech, security, secrets, python
This is apparently a somewhat common mistake. Something is apparently not easy enough to handle and error prone.
Tags: tech, yaml
A few examples of why yaml is getting out of control. It is very very error prone at this point.
Tags: tech, web, browser
Interesting approach although you probably don’t want to do this systematically. For some applications it is a good idea.
Tags: tech, tools, command-line
Interesting little tool. I usually use make for this kind of things, but it seems to bring some benefits for non build tasks.
Tags: tech, command-line, tools, unix
A love letter to Makefiles. A couple of interesting tricks in there.
Tags: tech, cpu
Nice nugget reminding us the early steps and basic mechanisms of the CPU life at boot.
Tags: tech, programming, logic, prolog
Nice resource to get started with Prolog.
Tags: tech, architecture, diagrams
I’m more and more tempted by this kind of approach. Managing architecture models using code seems fairly neat. That said I wish we’d have better free software tooling for that, I find it still fairly limited. Maybe I should check out the Haskell library which is mentioned.
Tags: tech, management, meetings
Always a good idea to seek reduction in time spent in meetings. I’ve seen this being too often a drain. Can get quickly out of control.
Tags: tech, unix, date, funny
It’s comiiing! OK… not quite yet. But if that prevents your sleep here is an easy way to check.
Finally, we have an idea of why we get ideas in “strange” moments. Fascinating stuff.
Bye for now!