Welcome to issue 14 of Hacker Bits!
You gave us feedback, and we’re making some adjustments to Hacker Bits.
What we’re hearing is that the 3 key themes continue to be:
- Learning more
- Working less
- Staying current
Additionally, Hacker Bits will move towards an email magazine/newsletter format.
Although you love the content of the magazine, you found the PDF/Yumpu format too heavyweight. We get it. With a busy professional or student life, there’s too much friction to open up the magazine.
Also, there’s content that you’d love to see in the magazine (e.g. technology + societal impact, more C/C++) that aren’t featured.
With our new newsletter format, we hope to better serve you. If you have a few minutes, please hit reply ande let us know what you think. (The email only goes to Ray and Maureen)
– Ray and Maureen
PS: Thank you for all the feedback, and special thanks to Ariz, John B., Zlatin, Rik and Srinath for their very detailed responses! 🙂
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- Google’s SRE book is now public by Betsy Beyer, Chris Jones, Jennifer Petoff, Niall Richard Murphy
- The Practice of Programming: 18 Years Later by Katharine Jarmul
- Learning from a Year of Security Breaches by Ryan McGeehan
- Instrumentation: The First Four Things You Measure by Antoine Grondin
- Unlearning descriptive statistics by Stijn Debrouwere
- The traits of a proficient programmer by Gregory Brown
- The Reality of Developer Burnout by Kenneth Reitz
- On Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport
- Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging
- Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber by Susan J. Fowler
- NIST’s new password rules – what you need to know by Chester Wisniewski
- What makes Rails a framework worth learning in 2017? by David Heinemeier Hansson
- Front-End Developer Handbook 2017 by Cody Lindley