Things I read last week… (WB 22 November 2021)
“…over-engineering has killed more products than the absence of good development practices.”
How over-engineering can kill products.
A criticism of proof-of-stake versus proof-of-work for consensus.
About the collapse of Zillow’s iBuying business.
“On Broadway, ~80% of producers and investors struggle to recoup their investments, a number that has stayed consistent since at least the 1960s.”
The economics of Broadway shows.
Ways to measure software complexity.
Fermilab on Dark Matter. [YouTube]
A talk by LockPickingLawyer about security. [YouTube]
Difference between US and UK Cider. [YouTube]