So I’m back on buttondown.email. It was great when I was using it before the brief move to Substack and then the move to Revue. The only reason I moved to Revue was because it was tightly integrated to Twitter in what appeared to be a good thing. Twitter followers could discover my newsletter a lot easier. Fast forward to 2022 and it looks like they’re phasing out Revue at Twitter.
Sorry for leaving you Buttondown! 😎 Alright, with that, back to regular scheduled programming.
Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
Jamstack 2022! I was working virtually for the event, but I still got to catch a lot of the talks. Really great stuff! Check out the Jamstack YouTube Channel for this year’s videos. They’re not all there yet, but they should be in the next week or so.
An interesting read about time that my coworker shared with me. Falsehoods programmers believe about time, in a single list · GitHub
I’ve only seen part of the keynote so far, but I’m excited to check out all the talks from GitHub Universe 2022.
This week I discovered that Morse code is designed so that you can decode it with a binary tree! 🤯
“It’s Dev Rel, not Dev Sell” – Tejas Kumar on the Modern Web podcast S09E19- The Future of DevRel and Databases with Tejas Kumar
The recording with Michael Chan, a.k.a. Chantastic, is up on YouTube! It was so much fun hanging with Chan and it was such a great conversation.
This coming week, I’ll be hanging with my good friend Bekah to work on the Deepgram browser extensions on stream.