I'm writing an app https://arne.me/posts/im-writing-an-app
Monoliths are the future — https://changelog.com/posts/monoliths-are-the-future
I don’t even know what to say other than you should definitely not use their products.
Facebook Says It Won’t Back Down From Allowing Lies in Political Ads — https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/09/technology/facebook-political-ads-lies.html
I have no words.
„Polyglot Front-End Solution for running multiple frameworks as one“ — https://github.com/eavichay/microfronts
This is terrifying.
‘I lost my £193,000 inheritance – with one wrong digit on my sort code’ — https://www.theguardian.com/money/2019/dec/07/i-lost-my-193000-inheritance-with-one-wrong-digit-on-my-sort-code
Why use an SPA? — https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=21665285
I‘m using DuckDuckGo for over a year now exclusively and I got no regrets. Interesting article.
I ditched Google for DuckDuckGo. Here’s why you should too — https://www.wired.co.uk/article/duckduckgo-google-alternative-search-privacy
It‘s in a Deref trait implementation for a custom connection type, getting a `diesel::PgConnection` from an r2d2::PooledConnection<r2d2::ConnectionManager<diesel::PgConnection>>>` if anyone cares.
I hope this works.
> QuickCheck is a way to do property based testing using randomly generated input.
Super easy fuzzing in Rust 🦀: https://crates.io/crates/quickcheck
And I‘d much rather have the compiler shout at me than angry people because of a nil-pointer or whatever.
I love Go and I still think it‘s the best choice for most projects (due to its simplicity). But everyone I use Rust, I‘m delighted by the language design.
This is a great read. I do the same when facing complex problems.
The Myth and Magic of Generating New Ideas — https://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-inquiry/the-myth-and-magic-of-generating-new-ideas