Good morning, and happy Sunday! I know it’s been a while since the last BRUNCH, but I’m hoping to start publishing regularly again.
Here’s what I found interesting recently…
- An old but still very informative article from Ars Technica about how even “strong” passwords like “qeadzcwrsfxv1331” are quickly cracked when an attacker has access to hashed passwords.
- Chelsea Troy has a wonderfully insightful series on why remote meetings suck and how to make them better. Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
- As I’m starting to develop my next talk, Kent Beck’s three questions for talks are on my mind.
Here’s some stuff I’ve published recently:
- RubyTapas subscribers can check out Episode #528: Refactoring for Interviews with Nickolas Means and Episode #527: OpenAPI and Apivore with Ariel Caplan
- Not a subscriber? You can now check out the very first episode ever, on using beautiful binary literals to work with UNIX file permissions, for free!
- I’ve been adding a bunch of material to my Master the Object-Oriented Mindset course in preparation for the final release. If you want to be the first to know when the course goes on sale again, make sure you’re on the waiting list!
Thanks for joining me for BRUNCH. Happy hacking, and see you next week!