World of BS: All Programming Philosophies Are About State
Shut up about scalability, no one is using your app anyway.
Ted Dzubia: I'm Going To Scale My Foot Up Your Ass
Engineers love to talk about scalability. It makes us feel like the bad ass, dick-swingin' motherfuckers that we wish we could be.
Saying "Rails doesn't scale" is like saying "my car doesn't go infinitely fast". Alternatively, saying "We'll have no problems scaling because we're using Django" is like saying "I will win every race because my car is the most powerful". Maybe so, but you suck at driving, and you're up against professionals.
Pema.dev: Haskell is not category theory
Computer Things: I am disappointed by dynamic typing
Luke Plant: Python’s “Disappointing” Superpowers
Svelte Blog: Virtual DOM is pure overhead
Kislay Verma: Guidelines for writing useful libraries
XKCD: Code Lifespan
Torsten Curdt: Modulo of Negative Numbers
Whatheco.de: CamelCase vs underscores: Revisited (2013)
David Buchanan: Hello, PNG!
Mike Sukmanowsky: Authentication with Django and Single Page Apps (2020)
Deus In Machina: Weird Ones👽: 30 years of Brainfuck
Brainfuck (from now on BF) turns 30 this year. This puts it in the same league as Python (32), Java (28) and Haskell (33).
A server-side web framework written in Forth
Blog dot information dash superhighway dot net: What the hell is Forth? (2019)
“If you've seen one Forth, you've seen one Forth.”
Julia Evans: Examples of floating point problems