Five for Friday – October 23, 2020

Here’s some stuff I liked this week.

  • I’m going to prepare a talk for TestFlix – you should too.
  • Speaking of presentations, I am using Pitch for my Testflix presentation – I’m not doing a lot with it, but it seems to work well
  • Once upon a time, I wrote the daylight saving time detection logic for Windows CE, and I remember doing some work to make sure it worked in every time zone. Fortunately for me, all the details of time zone oddities were in a data file (same as on “big” windows). This article on Falsehoods programmers believe about time zones is a good reminder on why this stuff is so damn hard.
  • Just in case you need it – 5 Countries to Move to if Trump Wins Again, Ranked
  • If you ever wanted to administrate your kubernetes clusters in Minecraft, now you can

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