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Tools and products you should know about, tips about UX, management, infosec; random and funny stuff
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This week we ask who’s responsible for technical decisions, dig into the origins of spaghetti code, discover a new dopamine loop, talk a lot (too much?) about generative AI, and wrap it up with a better chat UI.
This week is loaded with AI. We use it to summarize and de-summarize, help us SQL, spoken words, and handwritten notes. We also settle a semantic debate and cure our Python envy.
This week we load up on SVG, pay back tech debt, fight name complexity, learn how to build ChatGPT, and go in search of SF/Mission super burrito.
This week we compare JS component libraries, steer clear of YAML, impressed by text-to-draw tech, and dream of a giant dog bed.
This week we draw with SVG, learn garlic expressions, watch an epic battle unfold, explore AI as assistive technology, replace .env with 1P, and bake an octopie.
I’m ready for 2023, are you? This week we got fresh UI components, rendering HTML with React, GPT prompt reverse engineering, and ultimate LEGO.
This week our train leaves every 5 minutes, we capture some packets, zoom through meetings, and buy bubble wrap in bulk.
This week we discover the legendary software entrepreneur J.Mastodon, punch holes in cards, choose a new timezone, and worry about dark chocolate.
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