Product Dave over on Product Coalition published a great step by step guide on how to make modern product specifications. The guide covers making wireframes, to feature identification with the team, through to wiki docs and high fidelity prototypes.
Onat Yigit Mercan posted a great explainer on Bloom filters, a data structure used as a sort of fuzzy hash map for membership of collections. The filters can be used to query if items are in a large database without using large amounts of memory. For example, a database of 1 million entries can use a bloom filter of just 1.14MB.
Russ over on Twitter highlighted that 29 years ago, the first webpage was published by Tim Berners-Lee. Here it is.
29 years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee posted the first ever web page.This is ithttps://t.co/MSxAZ2cMZK
The Climate Strike Licence is a software usage licence that software developers can apply to their open source projects to prohibit the use of their code by applications or companies that threaten to accelerate climate change through fossil fuel extraction.
Gergely Orosz published an interesting post describing which computer science data structures and algorithms he has used in real life while working at tech companies such as Skype, Skyscanner and Uber. The article is in response to criticism of overly complicated algorithm technical interview questions.
France's Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés published a great wide ranging GDPR guide for developers, covering compliance, securing source code, infrastructure selection and data retention management among other things.