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"“The digital equivalent of alchemy” — what a great turn of phrase to describe the persistent notion that it’s possible to create strong encryption with a backdoor that only “good guys” can use."
daringfireball.net/linked/2022

"Imagine if Doctors Relied on Google As Much As Programmers Do" | Farai's Codelab codelab.farai.xyz/posts/pros-u

lapcat/Bonjeff: Bonjeff is a Mac app that shows you a live display of the Bonjour services published on your network. github.com/lapcat/Bonjeff#bonj

Good list I have found the same thing myself. Especially for these:

"Typed languages are better when you're working on a team of people with various experience levels"

"Clever code isn't usually good code"

"DRY is about avoiding a specific problem, not an end goal unto itself"

"In general, RDBMS > NoSql"

"YAGNI, SOLID, DRY. In that order"

"Monoliths are pretty good in most circumstances"

"Software development topics I've changed my mind on after 6 years in the industry" chriskiehl.com/article/thought

"This is an extraordinary amount of power, and one that is not suitable for Google's "an AI will review your problem when and if it finds it convenient to do so" approach."
gomox.medium.com/google-safe-b

"noodlewerk/NWPusher: OS X and iOS application and framework to play with the Apple Push Notification service (APNs)"
github.com/noodlewerk/NWPusher

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