Another week of sheltering in place, and I hope that you're staying safe and healthy. If you're working from home and struggling, the team at fournova has tips for you. Stay home. Save lives.
- Tower: How we Work
In the Covid culture, remote work is a necessity, not a luxury. The team that builds the Tower Git client has been working remote since 2015. They've written an insightful post about how they avoid the 24/7 expectations of remote work and succeed at asynchronous communication.
- Using Git for a compliance audit trail
If you were looking for a system to store immutable, journaled data for a compliance audit trail, you could look at a regular database, a document database, or even the blockchain... but as a developer… you could also use a developer tool to solve the problem. Enter: git!
- Building dark mode on Stack Overflow
A confession: I don't like dark mode interfaces. I find them low-contrast and hard to read - but understanding how people add support for multiple themes to their apps is interesting. (Especially when the person adding that support also prefers light mode. Vindication!)
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