Kevin McMahon

Enthusiast

Favorites from June 2019

A collection of some of my favorite links, images, tweets and quotes from June. While these aren’t a comprehensive look at or summary of June 2019, they do capture the things that I found interesting, thought provoking, and/or cool over the past month.

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Favorite Links

  • The American Revolution with Joanne B. Freeman – Getting ready for the 4th. The first video of the top 5 tips for studying the revolution was particular interesting.

  • [Animated Knots by Grog Learn how to tie knots with step-by-step animation](https://www.animatedknots.com/) – Refer back to this more than a few times a year.
  • [Undervalued Software Engineering Skills: Writing Well Gergely Orosz](https://blog.pragmaticengineer.com/on-writing-well/)
  • [What does debugging a program look like? Julia Evans](https://jvns.ca/blog/2019/06/23/a-few-debugging-resources/)
  • [“These are the two axes of professional design and engineering. Did you produce within the constraints? Did you deliver measurable results? That’s it.” – Constraints and measurement Seth’s Blog](https://seths.blog/2019/06/constraints-and-measurement/)

Favorite Quotes