Welcome to issue 22 of Hacker Bits!
We're excited this month about completing the move of Ray's writing to the Hacker Bits blog! Currently, it's mostly about coding, data, home and life hacks.
We will absolutely continue with the monthly issues of Hacker Bits.
The blog provides an outlet for unique pieces that have only a single common theme: being better every day. The hope is that this won't just be Ray's writing, but we'll see how things evolve. 🙂
On the topic of this month's issue, there's a bunch of great articles this month about becoming a better programmer and the state of programming as a career.
Enjoy the new issue!
-Ray and Maureen
- A Guide to Crypto Currencies (NOTE: this guide does cryptojacking)
- Web frameworks are transforming from runtime libraries into optimizing compilers, Tom Dale
- What every software engineer should know about search, Max Grigorev
- How to Learn Vim: A Four Week Plan, Peter Jang
- Ask HN: What habits make a programmer great?
- Rob Pike's Rules of Programming (1989)
- The power of a 'not-to-do' list, Alison Birrane
- Uncle Bob and Silver Bullets, Hillel Wayne
- Data Structure Visualizations, David Galles
- As Coding Boot Camps Close, the Field Faces a Reality Check, Steve Lohr
- Betting on the Web – Why I Build PWAs, Henrik Joreteg
- Why Is Python Growing So Quickly?, David Robinson
- Is the Rise of Contract Workers Killing Upward Mobility?
- Key Reinstallation Attacks – Breaking WPA2 by Forcing Nonce Reuse
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