Top Reads for April
I do a lot of reading. Most of what I read comes from a combination of Twitter, Hacker News, Reddit and a long list of blogs in my RSS feed. (My RSS feed obviously includes quite a few aggregate feeds as well, such as ThoughtBlogs and Alvin Ashcraf’s Morning Dew)
The result is that I go through quite a few articles in a month. This blog post is my attempt at highlighting the best ones I’ve read in the past month. ‘Best’ in this context could mean quite a few things – interesting, thought-provoking, funny or a cool new open source project. This is my first attempt at creating such an aggregate – only time will tell if I can make it into a monthly post.
So here are the top things I read in April.
- Comments: Here’s my code and I’m sorry
- Video Tutorial: AngularJS Fundamentals in 60-ish Minutes
- How not to do Interviews
- Video by a Google Engineer about what it takes to render a web page in under 1 second
- What is your best programmer joke?
- The Trick To Good Software
- Pinterest – Scaling from 0 to 10s of Billions of Page Views a Month in Two Years
- A Comparison of Angular, Backbone, CanJS and Ember
- Star Wars Intro in Pure CSS
- DHH: Every employee should work from home
- AngularJS and SEO