Another week, another newsletter. Let’s get to it!
HTTP3 has been standardized
Today, after over 5 years of work, HTTP/3 was finally standardized as RFC 9114! https://t.co/IGMNam0AOS— Robin Marx (@programmingart) June 6, 2022
Together with RFC 9204 (QPACK header compression) and RFC 9218 (Extensible Priorities) it ushers in an important new chapter for the Web!
Proud to have been part of this! pic.twitter.com/pzVKRxGRsb
I always love reading the Rapid API Tweets for explainers
How does JSON web token (JWT) authentication work?— RapidAPI (@Rapid_API) June 7, 2022
My coworker Ryan dropped a great read
It’s not for everyone maybe, but I like the spirit and fun of badges. The YOLO one cracked me up. 🤣
You’ll need to click the Tweet to see the TikTok, but it’s worth it
Thor has competition
A year ago today I took a photo of a cow pic.twitter.com/W1vm75pJM1— Freddy McKinney (@FreddyMcKinneyR) June 10, 2022
This made me laugh, but it’s also a friendly reminder to get your stuff out there and learn in public
Remember it’s called a garbage CAN. Not a garbage CANT.— Shaundai Person @email@example.com (@shaundai) June 7, 2022
I got to hang with my friend Dan Ott and talk about moving the Virtual Coffee site to Remix. Thanks for hanging Dan!
I’ll be speaking on a panel at Front-End Test Fest 2022! I’m not gonna lie. I’m pretty excited! Hope to see you there virtually!