Always be quitting - jmmv.devjmmv.dev/2021/04/always-be-quitting.html
A good philosophy to live by at work is to “always be quitting”. No, don’t be constantly thinking of leaving your job 😱. But act as if you might leave on short notice 😎. Counterintuitively, this will make you a better engineer and open up growth opportunities. A thread 👇.
5 steps to faster web fonts /// Iain Beaniainbean.com/posts/2021/5-steps-to-faster-web-fonts/
Fine-tune your font files and optimise your loading strategy for maximum speed + minimum FOUT
A complete guide for Apple displays
The big benefits of little changes.
136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling – Baldur Bjarnasonbaldurbjarnason.com/2021/100-things-every-web-developer-should-know/
Everything I’ve learned about web development in the almost twenty-five years I’ve been practising. All boiled down into a neat little list that I put together over a week. I’m Icelandic, so I’m prone to absolute statements. It’s a cultural thing. No, I’m not going to explain any of these. There are exceptions to most rules. Web development becomes more complicated the more you pull it apart and less so the more you step back.
Maslow's pyramid of code review | dein.frdein.fr/2015-02-18-maslows-pyramid-of-code-review.html
Maslow's pyramid can help us think about what great code reviews look like.
Those pesky pull request reviews – Jessitronjessitron.com/2021/03/27/those-pesky-pull-request-reviews/
No one wants to review pull requests. This is a sign of a deeper problem than "people aren't following the process"
Why your team doesn't need to use pull requestsinfrastructure-as-code.com/book/2021/01/02/pull-requests.html
Github introduced the pull request practice, and features to support it, to make it easier for people who run open-source projects to accept contributions fr...
How to Make Your Code Reviewer Fall in Love with You · mtlynch.iomtlynch.io/code-review-love/
Updates about my life and what I learn about creating software
Psychology of Code Readability | by Egon Elbre | Mediummedium.com/@egonelbre/psychology-of-code-readability-d23b1ff1258a
By no means should this be regarded as truth, but rather a model that I’ve found extremely helpful in understanding and finding better ways of writing code. I think one of the things every programmer…
The CNIL publishes a GDPR guide for developers | CNILcnil.fr/en/cnil-publishes-gdpr-guide-developers
Is this guide only for developers? This guide is mainly aimed at developers working alone or in teams, team leaders, service providers but also at anyone interested in web or application development. It provides advice and best practices, and thus gives useful keys to understand the GDPR for every stakeholder, regardless of the size of their structure. It can also stimulate discussions and practices within the organisations and in customer relationships.
Introduction - Vimevime-js.com/
All your media player needs in one place - a modern alternative to Videojs and Plyr. Supports Html5, Hls, Dash, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and more to come.
How to do a code review | eng-practicesgoogle.github.io/eng-practices/review/reviewer/
Google’s Engineering Practices documentation