• Spontant: in praise of grey Baldur Bjarnason

    The weeknotes that were For a while there, back in 2019, I got into the habit of writing regular weeknotes: weekly reports that served more as grab-bags of tidbits and ideas and spontaneous reactions…

    Today · 06:56
  • It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work Jason Fried

    “It’s crazy at work.”How often have you heard that? Or said it yourself? Probably too often.For many, “it’s crazy at work” has become their normal. But why's that?At the root is an onsl…

    Yesterday · 17:24
  • Memories cost money Dave Rupert

    One thing my wife and I are coming to terms with is that memories —or experiences— cost money. Typically this is in context of making memories or providing experiences for our children, but it cou…

    Three Days Ago · 09:14
  • Datasette - an ecosystem of tools for working with small data Simon Willison

    This is the transcript and video from a talk I gave at PyGotham 2020 about using SQLite, Datasette and Dogsheep to work with small data. I really like the term "small data", as a counterpoint to big d…

    Four Days Ago · 12:13
  • DX, to me Dave Rupert

    A while ago Sarah Drasner wrote a great post on her view of Developer Experience (DX) at Netlify and how that manifests in roles like Developer Advocate. I felt prompted to write a bit about how I, a…

    Four Days Ago · 11:17
  • Debugging JavaScript, DOM, CSS and accessing the browser console without leaving Visual Studio Code Christian Heilmann

    Now that Visual Studio Code has an in-built JavaScript debugger, it has become incredibly convenient to debug your project without leaving the editor. You can debug JavaScript, tweak CSS and the DOM a…

    Four Days Ago · 04:27