The past weeks, I came across some fascinating articles and videos, so I thought I'd share those with you. Grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage and enjoy!
- Check out the session recordings from the Git Merge 2015 Conference.
- Get a full fake REST API with zero coding using JSON Server.
- The engineers at GitHub have started blogging about their development practices.
- Learn a modern command line workflow with the Command Line Power User series.
- A brilliant quine, this Ruby program emits itself through 100 languages.
- Web Typography lists resources for building beautiful websites using Web Fonts.
- When you're totally stressed out, syncing to paper might help.
- For a provocative read, learn why you should never use MongoDB.
- How good is your company culture? The Culture Test helps answer this question.
- Watch the Computational Complexity Zoo, a great explanation of P vs. NP.
- I'm sensing a theme with Elon Musk: how Tesla will change the world.
- Somebody plotted the Paris Metro lines using a Git graph. Because why not?
- And then there's bling.js. Because you want the
$of jQuery without the jQuery.
- The ECMAScript 2015 language specification has been finalized in June!
- Generate collision-resistant ids optimized for scaling using cuid.
- Here's the fundamental theorem of agile software development in 7min, 26sec.
- GitHub's Atom editor has finally reached v1.0!
- Paul Irish has been doing a performance audit of Reddit's new mobile website.
This article and 4 others are part of the Tasty Links series. Have a look!