This is my second quarterly list of good reads. The first can be found here.
Probably the best introduction I’ve seen.
I’m a bit skeptical of the data modeling he mentions, simply because we are almost always terrible at predictive modeling. That said, the model he mentions seems to have played out very well so far.
This is an interesting, counter-cultural read. At work, we have a grindingly slow deployment due to SCSS compilation of loads of custom styles. These could relatively easily be written as CSS and my tests show it would shave 8-9 minutes off of our 11 minute deploy.
Really good (and fun!) presentation on how to become a more effective public speaker.
This was a great read. It’s a touchy subject. Something I’m terrible at doing, but super important. Check it out.
Sounds boring? It’s not. Fascinating read, and a great explanation of binary arithmetic!