Friday, December 03, 2021

Friday Links 21-38

Screenshot of a house from the game Townscape
Short one this week. I did catch up with my podcasts, but not many made it to the list.

I found the article series on architecture and devops interesting reads.


Operator's Manual #2: What Does It Mean To Let Others Lead? - with Ali Schultz & Jerry Colonna [Podcast] - “The simplest way to trust is to let go of perfection. If you can allow the team to make mistakes then it’s a lot easier to trust.”

TBM 49/52: Your Calendar = Your Priorities - analysing your calendar a few times a year is a good idea, though I am not sure I like what I would see

The Secrets of Productive Virtual Offsites - Tips from GitHub [Podcast] - now I want to work at GitHub

Scaling the Practice of Architecture, Conversationally - on-going article series about decentralised architecture decisions for autonomous teams

How to Integrate Operations Into the Daily Work of Development  - different approaches to DevOps in teams


Upgrading MySQL at Shopify - quite an effort for only a minor update

You Can't Buy Integration - another article series focusing on integration and how they should be a core focus of your business 

Random Towns

Townscaper Demo - I am sorry for wasting your time already

Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath | The Story Behind The Song | Top 2000 a gogo [YouTube] - "everybody has do to something for the environment" says man living in a castle with his dog

Johnny lo da todo | Tibidabo Hill Climb | Juan Flecha [YouTube] - I didn't make it this year. This looked like a lot of fun again. 

I can't ride a bike. How fast can Mike Boyd teach me? [YouTube] - It is like watching someone getting into drugs 

A 'Fully Charged' City Built Around Bicycles? | Fully Charged LIVE is coming to Europe! [YouTube] - I got bike lane envy again! 

How Cassette Tapes Changed the World [Podcast] - one forgets that this was probably the first easy portable medium people could record on, this was a catalyst for change

Smart Contract Bug Results in $31 Million Loss - oops

Friday Links Disclaimer
Inclusion of links does not imply that I agree with the content of linked articles or podcasts. I am just interested in all kind of perspectives. If you follow the link posts over time you might notice common themes though.
More about the links in a separate post: About Friday Links.

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