Good morning, and happy Sunday! Here are some things I found interesting in the past week.
- Chelsea Troy, who made a thought-provoking guest episode on risk-oriented testing, wrote up her experiences in a blog post about what it’s like behind the scenes at RubyTapas
- A Theory of Reality as More Than the Sum of Its Parts: This is an intriguing write-up of research that applies math and information theory to show that reductionist approaches can’t fully account for the world we live in.
- I really appreciated this Twitter thread from Sarah Mei on how you can be a “smart” person and still be really crummy at some aspects of life. Anyone who thinks I’m smart BUT has had to wait a month for an email reply from me knows what I’m talking about here.
Here’s some stuff I’ve published recently:
- New RubyTapas episode: Building queries with rom-rb. This is the third and last in a series from guest chef Tim Riley on the rom-rb library.
Thanks for joining me for BRUNCH. Happy hacking, and see you next week!