Bookmarks

A collection of random links I saved over the years. Mainly for me, feel free to follow this also.

  • Things I want to see in JavaScript and Frontend development in 2023 • Paul Armstrong

    Things I want to see in JavaScript and Frontend development in 2023 • Paul Armstrong

    We’re now nearly a month into the year 2023. I’ve started a new job and have been doing a lot of research for new projects and auditing old ...

  • Evaluating Managers: 5 heuristics to measure managerial impact – CodeKraft

    Evaluating Managers: 5 heuristics to measure managerial impact – CodeKraft

    Measuring a manager's impact is hard since outcomes take time. The manager takes full responsibility for the team - be it stagnation, execu...

  • ‘Some Things Never Leave You’: Christian Livermore on Poverty’s Indelible Marks - Longreads

    ‘Some Things Never Leave You’: Christian Livermore on Poverty’s Indelible Marks - Longreads

    “For me, passing means trying to be anything other than what I was, and what I fear so desperately I always will be: poor white trash.”

  • All the Personal-Finance Books Are Wrong - The Atlantic

    All the Personal-Finance Books Are Wrong - The Atlantic

    They tend to treat their readers like fools without willpower. So you could argue that they’re wrong for the right reasons.

  • Well-being: These countries are looking beyond GDP and economic growth

    Well-being: These countries are looking beyond GDP and economic growth

    For a small but growing network of countries, the world's go-to metric of economic health is no longer fit for purpose.

  • Why the super rich are inevitable

    Why the super rich are inevitable

    Why some mathematicians argue the economy is designed to create a few super rich people – unless we stop it.

  • Astro Islands 🚀 Astro Documentation

    Astro Islands 🚀 Astro Documentation

    Astro Islands (aka Component Islands) are a pattern of web architecture pioneered by Astro. “Islands architecture” was first coined by Etsy...

  • OKRs are hard. But I still love them | by Camille Fournier | Dec, 2022 | Medium

    OKRs are hard. But I still love them | by Camille Fournier | Dec, 2022 | Medium

    I see a lot of bad OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). Usually they are just KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) given the OKR name. You know ...

  • Why a global recession is inevitable in 2023 | The Economist

    Why a global recession is inevitable in 2023 | The Economist

    The world is reeling from shocks in geopolitics, energy and economics, which dominated the news in 2022. The question now is what comes nex...

  • What Will Happen In 2023 - AVC

    What Will Happen In 2023 - AVC

    I want to focus this post on the macro environment for tech, startups, web3, and climate because that is where my head is at right now. I b...