Feeds I follow: Citylab, Commitstrip, MKBHD, Offsetting Bahaviour

I thought I’d list of the feeds/blogs/sites I currently follow. Mostly I do this via RSS using Newsblur.

LInks: WW1 Maps, Shawshank, Microservices, Dev Interviewing

Links: Efficient Software, West Wing history, $20k houses, Damn boomers

Links: Legal marijuana, curry, LOTR, Moon Towers

Links: Containers, Performance, Backpack Nukes, New Countries

Links: Spinning Levers, Redis, College a bad investment, Playing the World Champ

Links: Parody trailers, Obama fundraising, Japan!, American academic jobs

Links: Exercise, Radio NZ Hosting, Scale in the Cloud, Philip Roth

Links: A/B testing, Road safety, Where IT goes to die, The Cheapest Generation

  • 23 Tips on How to A/B Test Like a Badass – Really great article, mostly applicable to ecommerce sites but plenty of general ideas. I’d like to say I do this at work but unfortunately the culture isn’t there.
  • What an RAF pilot can teach us about being safe on the road – Interesting view on how easy it is for motorists just “not to notice” cyclists. I commonly see cyclists these days with flashing lights (front and back) turned on during the day to help improve their visibility.
  • The Cheapest Generation – How the consumer wants of young adults differe from those of the previous generation(s). Phones & Walkable neighbourhoods are in, Cars and big houses in the suburbs are no longer as important.
  •  Where IT goes to die – How large company/Enterprise IT works from an author with experience at smaller companies. He is accerate and it is not very pretty.