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May in review

May 13, 2020

Once again, a lot of bookmarks have been piling up all over my computer. Needless to say, the fact that Apple removed the possibility we earlier had to access our iPhone Safari tabs from our Macbook directly does not make it any easier. Anyway, here we go with a short list of interesting links I found while browsing the interweb lately.

If, on the other hand, you’re interested in enlightenment, academic research or a start-up, the criterion by which you should choose your next language is not employability, but expressiveness. In academic research and in entrepreneurship, you need to multiply your effectiveness as a programmer, and since you (probably) won’t be working with an entrenched code base, you are free to use whatever language best suits the task at hand. — Advanced programming languages

♪ John Butler Trio • Flesh & Blood


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