Goodbye, Clean Code by Dan Abramov is something I think many developers can identify with.
Swift Playgrounds for the Mac.
I did not see that coming. I wasn’t expecting this until WWDC, if at all.
Time for the latest season of Homeland. 📺
At the library with the kids.
Are there any better place than the library?
So far today I’ve had about three ideas that I’ve wanted to blog about. And as usual I haven’t done anything with any of them.
About time I start to write any of them down? 🤔
After reading thisWatchOS 7 concept I also want to ask for “A Damn Day Off”.
So many of the improvements here are things I’ve wanted as well. 🤞
Ken Segall has “unmasked” The first Mac’s speechwriter.
Interesting little story.
In this Hello World comparison, I do prefer the syntax of Rust over Go.
I really like this rendition of The Game Of Thrones Theme Song.
Interesting twitter thread by Steven Sinofsky on the launch of the iPad.
I watched the first episode of Star Trek: Picard today.
I enjoyed it a lot. Patrick Steward is really good.
Must watch for me going forward.
This is just crazy.
Scott Hanselman with a walkthrough of a project to run .NET on Windows 3.11 and DOS.
Watched the first episode of Little America. Surprised, in a good way.
Will be watching more. 📺
Daniel Ehrenberg talks about how the TC39 committee work in a presentation from dotJS 2019.
Interesting talk, not too long.
PPK has an interesting post about a new browser called Flow.
Not ready to download yet, but will be interesting to see what they can do in the long run.
Harry Roberts discusses Performance Budgets, Pragmatically.
I love this part:
Our budget for [metric] is never-worse-than-it-is-right-now.
Performance budgets is something I care about and I think this is solid advice to get started.
Friday afternoon my wife got home from work and were told the main water pipe to our area was damaged. And the earliest they could start repairs would be Monday.
For two days now we have been without any running water. Who knew I would miss it so much so fast. 💦
So once again I find myself going through my list of unfinished games thinking I should finish more of them.
There are always some more moons to be found in Super Mario Odyssey I guess.😎
Yesterday 44 people in my department were told they wouldn’t have a job there anymore. Most of them were contractors, and as a former contractor I know this is part of the job.
It still sucks though.
Jason Snell argues for new Apple hardware for home strategy.
Finally, consider how much more intelligent a “smart home” could become if there’s a device at the center of it, orchestrating different devices through automation rules both simple and complex?
I’d like that.
Peter-Paul Koch of QuirksBlog fame believe we should state that CSS4 is here!
He argues that it would be a benefit to the community. And I think he might be right.
Will be interesting to watch it unfold.
Marco Arment argues that we need a Low Power Mode for Mac laptops.
Mac laptops need Low Power Mode, too. I believe so strongly in its potential because I’ve been using it on my laptops (in a way) for years, and it’s fantastic.
Longer battery life? Yes please.
Do you want to learn the basics of Svelte in under 3 minutes?