Welcome to ISSUE #3 of The Overflow, a newsletter by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams of React Training. You can read more about it here.
This week, we have developers discussing ADHD, some surprising facts about the nature of statistics, and a look at the lines of code that changed history.
From the blog
Check out podcast episode #126!stackoverflow.blog
We chat with guests Chloe Condon and Iheanyi Ekechukwu about the pros and cons of being a programmer with ADHD. Plus – giants waves of molten molasses!
Free for developersfree-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 systemsstripe.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.
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 pythonpljung.de
Python isn’t normally one’s first choice for concurrent programming, but never fear, though there’s a GIL, there’s a way!