⌨️ New MDN, Browsers working together and a new keyboard! ...kind of
I moved yet again last weekend and now I'm in the outskirts of my hometown: Bhubaneswar. I finally got a chance to settle down and unpack the stuff that I'd got back from the US—and got to put on my new keycaps, and IT LOOKS SO GOOD! 🤩
What's Really Going On Inside Your node_modules Folder? Examples of recent supply chain attacks and concrete steps you can take to protect your team from this emerging threat.
Interop 2022: browsers working together to improve the web for developers For the first time ever, all major browser vendors, and other stakeholders, have come together to solve the top browsers compatibility issues identified by web developers. Interop 2022 will improve the experience of developing for the web in 15 key areas. Find out how they got here, what the project focuses on, how success will be measured, and how you can track progress.
Why Apple’s New M1 Chips Are Essential for Rapid iOS Development — Doordash Engineering "In our case, we were able to estimate that upgrading an iOS engineer would result in about 35 minutes of “saved time” each and every day. Multiplying that by the average cost of employing an iOS engineer, we found a “payback period” of less than two months!"
- A new year, a new MDN
- They Want to Break T. Rex Into 3 Species. Other Paleontologists Aren’t Pleased. — The New York Times The premise, put forth in a new paper, highlights an assortment of tensions in dinosaur paleontology, including how subjective the naming of species can be.
- The new silent majority: People who don't tweet — Axios Most people you meet in everyday life — at work, in the neighborhood — are decent and normal. Even nice. But hit Twitter or watch the news, and you'd think we were all nuts and nasty.
- I went out for dinner and I took some endpoint
That's all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜