And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Good Day, Sir! Show, a Salesforce Podcast: Degraded Performance

Fireside – Jeremy Ross – October 30th, 2019 • 1 hr 12 mins • Download (49.8 MB) • Link with Timestamp In this episode, we discuss Trailhead Live, unlocked packages, Microsoft’s win of the Pentagon’s cloud bid, Facebook, and Tableau.

Sideclick Remotes SC2-FT16K Universal Remote Attachment

At my house we are almost constantly looking for one of the remotes. I saw these and thought we’d give them a try. So far they have been great! Set up was easy and it seems the kids are less likely to lose a remote if there is not work-around when one, in this case all, of the remotes are missing* (I took the real tv remote out of the room).

A Look at JAMstack’s Speed, By the Numbers

CSS-Tricks – Nov 1, 7:29 AM – People say JAMstack sites are fast — let’s find out why by looking at real performance metrics! We’ll cover common metrics, like Time to First Byte (TTFB) among others, then compare data across a wide section of sites to see how different…

Advantages of monorepos

danluu.com – Advantages of monorepos Here’s a conversation I keep having: Someone: Did you hear that Facebook/Google uses a giant monorepo? WTF! Me: Yeah! It’s really convenient, don’t you think? Someone: That’s THE MOST RIDICULOUS THING I’ve ever heard. Don’t…

Microsoft to release an alpha of WinUI 3.0 next week

ZDNet – Mary Jo Foley – Oct 30, 4:58 PM – Microsoft is making progress toward its goal of closing the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and Win32 divide. Next week, timed with Microsoft’s Ignite conference, the company is planning to release an alpha version of Win UI 3.0, its…

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* Missing – in/under the couch, or some other place that’s not plainly visible