Anyone own a Dyson Pure Cool and found a good 3rd party replacement filter? @Dyson@twitter.com has been out of stock of theirs for months with no idea of when they’ll come back in stock.

Pretty frustrating to fork out for a high quality air filter only for it to become obsolete within a year because replacement filters are not available.

I need a new word for "complexity" that isn't about saying "this is hard" but means "this adds more things to think about, manage, and debug". Any tips?

T (repeating something mama says): You’re my favourite girl!
Mama: Awww. Who’s your favourite boy?
T: Not papa.

Oh boy. The paragraph about falling in love with the solution over the original problem. 💯 I’m could be so much better at this.


Accentuate the negative: making the non-perfect decision

Accentuate the negative: making the non-perfect decision

The power of honesty


goodnight sweet prince pic.twitter.com/6ZZFZcnKnl

— everest (@everestpipkin) April 3, 2021

Folks! Please a send me your favourite articles, videos, and books on automated e2e browser testing. I’m particularly interested in the practice and architecture of a comprehensive e2e testing platform. Thankssss 🙏 🙇‍♂️ ✅

Mapping the immovable objects in engineering projects

Mapping the immovable objects in engineering projects

Accepting what you can't change and changing what you can


Really excellent article by @whereistanya@twitter.com on, well, being kind, particularly in tech. Soooo many ways I need to be better at this stuff. 📝


  • FrontPage 🙈
  • DreamWeaver
  • TextWrangler
  • Coda
  • SublimeText
  • TextMate
  • RubyMine
  • Vim
  • WebStorm
  • Vim ✨

What is your history of text editors/IDEs?

I know I’m missing some, but mine over the course of 14 years...

- Dreamweaver
- Netbeans
- Notepad++
- Brackets
- Sublime Text
- Atom
- VS Code

— Brad Traversy (@traversymedia) March 13, 2021

Today I'm working at the office for the first time since May 2020. I'm suddenly aware of how much I talk to myself while I work.