Book List

I'm frequently asked by friends or family to recommend good books and occasionally forget if I have read a specific book, so posting my thoughts here is meant to fix both. The rough goal was to be short enough to fit in a few sentences while also not spoiling any major plot points.

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  • RT @vRallev: The M1 performend 32% better than one of the largest EC2 instances with 48 CPU cores and 192 GB of RAM, which costs $15,000 within two years (assuming 8 hours per week, 48 work weeks per year). pic.twitter.com/i6TYHA9kXs 16 hours ago
  • RT @pennig: The Client Infrastructure team @SlackHQ—my team!—is hiring a Sr iOS engineer. Remote? Heck yeah! Happy to answer Qs. Kindly reach out 🤗 11 days ago
  • RT @johnnyrodgersis: In 2020 we kicked off a big re-investment in our mobile codebases at @SlackHQ. Here's the first in a series of blog posts about this effort, including completion of our Obj-C => Swift migration on iOS and breaking up monolithic interfaces on Android. slack.engineering/stabilize-modu… 12 days ago