I really like that SpeedCurve tried to innovate with this recent "User Happiness" metric. It aggregates multiple technical metrics to decide if users visiting the page are happy or not with it. But I see several issues in this metric.
Experienced plane pilot and software developer Gregory Travis explains in details what led to Boeing 737 Max recent disasters in this long article: How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer.
100000 tweets. Already! Only? A little more than 11 years on Twitter, since I signed up May 25th 2007, and today I post my 100000th tweet. A lot have changed on Twitter, and it has brought me a lot of great things.
Pile up enough treasure behind the castle walls and you'll eventually attract someone who can climb them.
I like animated GIFs, like most people these days I think, but they are really heavy, hurting the performance of web pages, and consuming data plans faster than should be needed. So we need to convert them to videos, which are much lighter, for the same visual result. Let's use Cloudinary.
Je ne sais pas si vous avez déjà été confronté au SAV de Lapeyre, mais je peux vous dire qu'il vaut son pesant de cacahuètes.
I'm fed up with waiting for an updated Mac mini, but I need to replace one that is 10 years old (yes, 10 years!), so I'm considering other options.
500px once was a light in the dark, when Flickr stopped evolving, years ago. But 500px gradually descended from its pedestal, as decisions were made against users' interests.
J'adore me tromper…Non, j’adore apprendre de mes erreurs, surtout si ça peut aider d’autres à apprendre en même temps.
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