I’m back from Bangalore after my PTO — it was surreal to be able to get out of the house, and I got to meet my girlfriend as well! I love her a lot, and she totally didn’t ask me to write this 😄
The StackOverflow Developer Survey results came out yesterday, and I’ve been going through them — so cool to see the most loved vs. dreaded languages (I love TypeScript and have been a recent admirer of Elixir as well!) and more innovative ways of debugging code 😂
StackOverflow Developer Survey 2021 Super interesting to see how the developer landscape evolves every year and a great way to know what you can try out whenever you’re looking to dip your feet into something new.
Safari isn’t protecting the web, it’s killing it I’ve had my own fights with Safari, but it really is incredible that even today there are a considerable number of features and CSS specs that it just refuses to support.
No code reviews by default Having replaced Alfred with Raycast recently, interesting to see how they’ve built an engineering culture based on trust that allows us to move incredibly fast without requiring code reviews.
25 Tips for New Developers: Advice from a (Mostly) Self-Taught Software Engineer Ali Spittel’s tips for the question “What is your advice for new programmers?” are crisp and genuinely helpful!
That’s all for now, have a great week! If you’re in India and over the age of 18, please get vaccinated asap :)