Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article we’d didn’t include and you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Q&A: How Google Implements Code Coverage at Massive Scale – Analysis by Google researchers reveals how their engineers manage code coverage across one billion lines of code.
On Nintendo’s 130th birthday, here are five books about its history – Nintendo recently celebrated its 130th birthday. Here are five books that look back on its storied history, from playing cards to Mario.
Google may have just ushered in an era of ‘quantum supremacy’ – 3 minutes and 20 seconds vs 10,000 years – that’s a pretty big jump in computational power. While there are no practical uses for quantum computing right now, this is another step toward bringing about huge implications for many areas.
My Biggest Competitive Advantage Is to Look You in the Eye – Legendary film and television producer Brian Grazer shares the importance and the impact of face-to-face communication.
The Top 20 Business Transformations of the Last Decade – Some of these companies you know, some you probably don’t. But each of them developed new-growth businesses outside their traditional core and infused purpose as part of their change.
A Love Letter to .NET – With Microsoft’s official release of .NET Core 3, this developer looks back on what he loves about .NET – a technology he’s been using for 18 years.
10 best Chrome extensions for designers – Designers are always on the lookout for tips, tricks, and tools to improve their work and their workflow. This designer spent the last few months testing out Chrome extensions and plugins to build this list.