Four short links: 27 September 2018

Calendar Fallacies, Data Lineage, Firefox Monitor, and Glitch Handbook

By Nat Torkington
September 27, 2018
Four short links
  1. Your Calendrical Fallacy is… — odds are high that if a programmer is sobbing into their keyboard, it’s because of these pesky realities.
  2. Smoke: Fine-Grained Lineage at Interactive Speedlineage queries over the workflow: backward queries return the subset of input records that contributed to a given subset of output records while forward queries return the subset of output records that depend on a given subset of input records. (via Morning Paper)
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  4. Introducing Firefox Monitor — proactive alerting of your presence on HaveIBeenPwned. Introduced here.
  5. Glitch Employee Handbook — fascinating to see how openly they operate. (via their very nicely done “come work for us” site)
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