Basecamp have released an online book called Shape Up about how Basecamp development gets done. The book describes how the company works on six week cycles, how they use budgets instead of estimates and how they tackle the backlog.
Calibre have published an informative article about the changes to the Google search algorithm recently, in particular how page speed and mobile first have become the primary factors looked at by Google's algorithm. The article breaks down the details fo page speed and identified time to interactive as the most important factor in achieving a good page speed score.
This is a good story by Ibrahim Diallo about how he quoted $18,000 to build a single HTML page and got away with it, or rather, he quoted for all the time the company took to give him what he needed to build the page.
Life On Marts describes some mental fallacies that can interfere with successful software engineering, and any other work for that matter. I'm sure we've all encountered or been guilty of succumbing to historian's fallacy or survivorship bias at some point in our working lives :-)
Selenium is an automated UI testing tool whereby you can record interactions to replay later. Weskerfoot has published instructions on github on how to use Selenium to delete all of you Facebook wall posts.