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January 30th, 2021 8 min read

Weekend Reading — 🤯 Can't wait to explain this week to my therapist

This week we watch the GameStop Show, dig into the history of lower case letters, drop into Clubhouse, and dig some Cookie Monster rocks.

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January 23rd, 2021 9 min read

Weekend Reading — 👋 Ban the dangling “hi”

This week we accidentally continue our subscription, reveal a fad, witness real patience, lolz a short-seller, repel mosquitos, and play for the win.

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January 16th, 2021 10 min read

Weekend Reading — 🤐 De-platform as a Service

This week we discover new genders, design our own retro computer, trust but don’t verify, explore the sea shanty, and ride our bikes around town.

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January 10th, 2021 10 min read

Weekend Reading — 👈 Progressive Web App

This week we watch a coup, Big Tech goes 180 on content moderation, we release the Roombas, and observer the perfectly rectangular month.

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January 4th, 2021 2 min read

It's pull from production, not push to production

This is erroneous because Continuous Integration by definition means frequent merges into mainline. The whole point is to keep multiple developers in sync. https://t.co/GqmZt77GCT pic.twitter.com/uLS9a41Srv — Martin Fowler (@martinfowler) January 4, 2021 If continuous integration is “developers push their work into the mainline”, then

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