Business and (side)project section
1. The age of average
An interesting look on… a lot of things, like cars, homes, interiors which looks the same. But that means you can aim for originality (with the product, marketing, posters etc.) to stand out from the others.
2. Co-Founding Considered Harmful
Interesting view on running a startup solo (single founder) versus with other people (multiple co-founders). Worth reading because of advice in the latter part of the article - especially “find someone whose character and integrity you trust”.
3. Things they didn’t teach you about Software Engineering
There are a lot of things that people teach you (at school, at work, at boot camps) about Software Engineering. But there are some stuff not said like that documentation is underrated, business value is more important than clean code and more. Open and see all 10 points.
4. Ergonomic tips from over-full-time programmer
A couple of tips from a fellow programmer who works more than the typical 8 hours a day. Standing desk, good keyboard and some other tips.
Other interesting links
6. How I used indie hacking to sponsor my own greencard
It is a story of a developer who creates the possibility to get a USA green card (permanent residence) entirely with his own “hands” - from working on a visa sponsored by another company, through a visa sponsored by his own company to get a green card.