Coding Horror

Coding Horror is a great read written by Jeff Atwood, the co-founder of Stack Overflow. I’ve organized interesting posts into loose categories such as Dev (ie. software engineering), UX, security and other topics.

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Design Crimes, Dev Crimes and Vacuum Cleaners are Becoming Level Designers (TWIL)

https://www.theguardian.com/news/2019/jan/03/why-exercise-alone-wont-save-us
Do not exercise, but keep moving. #fitness

https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/the-future-of-computing-depends-on-making-it-reversible
About reversible computing – “A conventional computer is, essentially, an expensive electric heater that happens to perform a small amount of computation as a side effect.” #tech

https://trends.uxdesign.cc/
The State of UX in 2019. #UX

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How to collaborate in Unity team and Horses were faster than cars (TWIL)

https://qz.com/1245933/twenty-years-ago-netflix-com-launched-the-movie-business-has-never-been-the-same/
Netflix is 20 years old! And coincidentally it was founded on the Judgment Day when Skynet is activated and becomes self-aware.

https://growthlab.com/evergreen-funnel/
Automate emails and sell

Every week I read a bunch of articles, watch videos, chat with people, discover new websites, tools, games, books and then some. This amounts to a lot of new information to absorb. So I figured why not write it down and make a summary every now and then to keep track of it all? That’s This Week I Learned (TWIL) in a nutshell. And what did you learn this week? 🙂

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