tl;dr: If you don’t do the core parts of your job, no matter how many extras you do, eventually your job probably will be in danger. This is a common trap people fall into and it's important to explain to your coworkers that you need to hit the pause button on electives, and not get sucked into them.
tl;dr: "Thanks to progress in networks and browsers (but not devices), a more generous global budget cap has emerged for sites constructed the "modern" way. We can now afford ~100KiB of HTML/CSS/fonts and ~300-350KiB of JS (gzipped). This rule-of-thumb limit should hold for at least a year or two."
tl;dr: An organization needs 3 things to be resilient (1) Learning skills to develop a body of shared knowledge to prevent wasted efforts of addressing the same problems. (2) Tools, processes and psychological safety to communicate effectively. (3) Slack for engineers to be able to perform both proactive and reactive work.
tl;dr: This is unproductive and common. If you start paying attention to what others think and less about your talents, beliefs and values, you'll harm your potential. Develop a deeper sense of who you are, and that starts with self awareness, to tackle this.
tl;dr: "Rust programs also optimize quite well, sometimes better than C. While C is good for writing minimal code on byte-by-byte pointer-by-pointer level, Rust has powerful features for efficiently combining multiple functions or even whole libraries together."
tl;dr: (1) Physical activity i.e. walking, running, cycling, dancing... (2) Breathing exercises e.g. box breathing allows CO2 to build up which stimulates the nerve system (3) Positive social interactions and laughter.