⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 20 Nov, 2020

  • by Iris Won
Continue reading takes about 5 minutes

1. The ‘arctic fox’ model of software delivery

The

Recently, I celebrated my seven year anniversary of originally starting at Xero, and it got me thinking about what we’ve achieved in that time.


2. Graphics for JVM

Let’s say I want to build high-quality desktop apps. I also want to do it on JVM. Don’t get your hopes up—we are not there yet. But I have a plan. It’s high level enough—performant, yet doesn’t make you overthink every memory allocation. It is cross-platform.


3. Numbers Show We’re Not as Addicted to Fossil Fuels as You Think

Numbers

Sign up to receive the Green Daily newsletter in your inbox every weekday. The way we think about how much fossil fuels contribute to our energy mix overplays its utility.


4. The 2020 Mac Mini Unleashed: Putting Apple Silicon M1 To The Test

The

Last week, Apple made industry news by announcing new Mac products based upon the company’s new Apple Silicon M1 SoC chip, marking the first move of a planned 2-year roadmap to transition over from Intel-based x86 CPUs to the company’s own in-house designed microprocessors running on the Arm ins


5. Finding Startup Ideas and Building in Heavily-Regulated Spaces — Lessons from Cash App & Carbon Health

Finding

This article is a lightly-edited summary of the key takeaways from Ayo Omojola’s appearance on our new podcast, “In Depth.” If you haven’t listened to our show yet, be sure to check it out here.


6. Scientists Grow Bigger Monkey Brains Using Human Genes, Replicating Evolution

Scientists

It’s our larger brains that set us apart from other primates. Back when we evolved from non-human primates, one specific gene came into play, which made our brains bigger while theirs stayed smaller.


7. Weekly To-do

Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS



Thanks for your reading, save as your bookmark if you like my website.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *