Links from around the web
The lines of code that changed everything slate.com
75 coders pick the 36 pieces of code that changed the world. You wouldn’t be reading this email without them.
Product management, fast and slow intercom.com
When should you make snap product decisions and when should you noodle on it a while?
Flash memory wear killing older Tesla’s due to excessive data logging: report tomshardware.com
Your beloved Tesla Roadster might need to head to the shop thanks to too much information.
Free for developers free-for.dev
If you’re looking to experiment with new technologies, here’s a great list of free resources and services for developers!
Designing accessible color systems stripe.com
One of the most important aspects of accessibility on the web is colors, which developers often overlook. Here’s a great guide on designing accessible color systems.
Announcing WebAssembly.sh medium.com/wasmer
I know a lot of us probably avoid Assembly like the plague, BUT WebAssembly is pretty dang cool and innovative, and this online WebAssembly Terminal can help you get up and running to understand the power of the language.
Easy concurrency in python pljung.de
Python isn’t normally one’s first choice for concurrent programming, but never fear, though there’s a GIL, there’s a way!