“The right tag for the job: why you should use semantic HTML - localghost”

“No thanks to the App Store - Riccardo Mori”

“The Entire Amount of Commerce – tyler.io”

“An incomplete list of skills senior engineers need, beyond coding - by Camille Fournier - Jun, 2021 - Medium”

“Hixie’s Natural Log: Extracts from a private Q&A retrospective about the WHATWG”

HTML5 and WHATWG needed to happen and I don’t think they would have happened without Hixie. He has blindspots, though.

“Lux Year 4: Doubling Down”

“Adactio: Links—Two articles on SPA or SPA-like sites vs alternatives — Piper Haywood”

“Two articles on SPA or SPA-like sites vs alternatives — Piper Haywood”

“Age of Invention: Why Didn’t the Ottomans Print More? - Age of Invention, by Anton Howes”

“Non-uniform memory access - Wikipedia”

Have any of the tech sites covered the possibility of Apple using NUMA to extend the M1’s RAM beyond 16GB? Or is that sort of speculation too nerdy even for the nerd sites? 😄

“For Apple to continue to deny these is dishonest, factually wrong, and extremely insulting — not only to our efforts, but to the intelligence of all Apple developers and customers”

“Gaining a Competitive Advantage with a Solid Experience Vision”

“Competitive parity ultimately leads to experience rot”

“I helped pioneer UX design. What I see today horrifies me”

“What got lost along the way was a view of UX as something deeper and more significant than a step in the software delivery pipeline”

“The take-away here is when anyone starts talking about various testing categories, dig deeper on what they mean by their words”

“On the Diverse And Fantastical Shapes of Testing”

“Similarly their notion of integration test sounds very much like what I would call a sociable unit test.”

This. A lot of what people call integration tests are unit tests without mocks.

“On the Diverse And Fantastical Shapes of Testing”

“it’s not clear what people see as the difference between unit and integration tests.”

“TBM 23/52: The Mediocrity Trap - The Beautiful Mess”

“1997: The Year of DHTML – Web Development History”

I remember being very excited about this. Which in turn makes me feel very old.

“Trying Your Best is really bad advice (and strategy) - Zell Liew”

“The hidden world of aria-hidden – HTML Accessibility”

“Tech interviews are stupid - Go Make Things”

“Embracing Design Constraints - Adrian Roselli”

“Reflections on HTML - Jim Nielsen’s Blog”

“How to Write Creative Fiction: Umberto Eco’s Four Rules”

‘What are “unusual characters” – Terence Eden’s Blog’