🏒 Hockey sticks, Hacker culture and Getting Senpai To notice you
I've been working on making some improvements to this newsletter's archive over at sreetamdas.com/newsletter, you can check out my progress. Truth be told, I'm very much looking forward to all the new stuff that's going to be introduced in the next major version of Next.js (you can read more about them in the Layouts RFC).
Hope you have a great week ahead! I'm taking the week off to hopefully meet a bunch of people over at React India. 😄
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Getting Senpai To Notice You "How to break the cold start problem in content creation as a new entrant to any field, and getting the leaders of that field to at least read your writing and know your name."
In a component library, should you version and publish each component as a separate package or publish the whole library together? — Siddharth Kshetrapal "this is a ranty rant, not technical advice. okay? okay."
Death by Hockey Sticks "This post is structured as a gauntlet of hockey stick curves that may leave the reader feeling a bit bruised. Depending on what’s being plotted, many of the graphs shoot up like an exponential, but a few are careening downwards. A theme emerges: the “bads” go up, and the “goods” go down—and not by coincidence."
- Ever wondered how a QR code works?
- How to blow $85 million in 11 months: The inside story of Airlift’s crash "15 former employees reveal how mismanagement and inefficiencies brought down Pakistan's first would-be unicorn."
- Linus Torvalds: Rust will go into Linux 6.1 Note: "Torvalds warns in this first release, Rust will "just have the core infrastructure (i.e. no serious use case yet).""
- Japanese train station has no entrance or exit, only used to admire the scenery
That's all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜