Via Hacker News today: New HTTP standards for caching on the modern web.
Today via Hacker News: 136 facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to landscape painting or nude modelling.
Server-routed sites aren’t perfect, but there’s a lot less that can go wrong.
Via r/programming today, this is great: WinBox.js.
Via r/programming today: Intelligent brute forcing.
Today via r/programming: Speed matters. My favourite quote was from the end:
I like being able to make more things. I like being able to take on more ambitious projects. I like being good at what I do, and I like trying to get better.
This via r/programming today: Smart CSS Solutions For Common UI Challenges.
It’d be cool if your version control system could report through your text editor who else is working on any given file at the same time as you.
So over on The Configuration Complexity Clock the author says “at a certain level of complexity, hard-coding a solution may be the least evil option.” Programmers disparagingly call it “hard-coding” but I call it “specific”. Write specific applications! Generalisations aren’t useful until you have specific uses of them.
I am pleased to hear that Peter Norvig has left Google.
Today via Slashdot: Microsoft Warns of New Windows 11 Problems With Apps Using Unusual Registry Keys.