Hello again – for those of you who were there, the highlight of my week was definitely a 60-minute AMA with Tristan Lombard at TestBash home. Ministry Of Testing Pro members should have access to the recordings shortly.
In other world news, here are some links I thought were interesting this week
- I’m in the generation and geographic location where I never heard of Juneteenth until a few years ago. While it pisses me off that I was taught a history of convenience, there’s still time to learn
- Juneteenth aside, now is as good of a time as any to recommend Lies My Teacher Told Me – a fantastic read on lies, half-truths, and missing items ignored (at least for me) in school history courses.
- Jack Black – check. Kevin Smith – check. Dungeons and Dragons – check. I’m a big fan of all three, and they’re all coming together.
- I try not to link to every single Michael Lopp post, but his post on decision making hit really close to home. I Think in Flowcharts
- A horrible, horrible chain of events in Finland led to a lot of lost privacy and a lot of lost trust – What Happens When Everything Goes Wrong