The Overflow #102: Clouds For The Independent Developer
Welcome to ISSUE #102 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams at Netlify. This week: Talking turkey on the cooking Stack Exchange site, fuel efficiency in rocket ships, and building 3D scenes in React Three Fiber.
From the blog
Exploding turkeys and how not to thaw your frozen bird: Top turkey questions from our Cooking Stack Exchange stackoverflow.blog
While Thanksgiving is over here in the US, this collection of the best turkey-related questions on Seasoned Advice, our Q&A site for cooks of all skill levels, will help you plan your next celebration.
Who owns this outage? Building intelligent escalation chains for modern SRE stackoverflow.blog
Before your organization can resolve an issue, you need to know who is on deck to respond.
Podcast 395: Who is building clouds for the independent developer? stackoverflow.blog
Enterprise clients looking for “lift and shift” are lucrative prospects for cloud companies. But millions of independent developers also need cloud tech scaled for their projects.
Ask the Experts: Schema Design promotion
Join MongoDB experts in this interactive session to learn how MongoDB makes it easy to design and optimize schema based on your app’s needs, discover guidelines on how to structure your data, and get your questions answered in a live Q&A.
Why does the number 23 come up so often in long arithmetic progressions of primes? math.stackexchange.com
The mathematical equivalent of a conspiracy theory.
React hooks: Why do several useState setters in an async function cause several rerenders? stackoverflow.com
Check out these hooks while the JS revolves it.
What are these “dogbone” traces for on (1970s era) PCB? electronics.stackexchange.com
Ancient traces from the time when building circuit boards was art.
How much has fuel efficiency increased in rockets since the Apollo missions? space.stackexchange.com
Just because modern rockets are cheaper to operate doesn’t mean they’re more fuel-efficient.
Links from around the web
Adding a dyslexia-friendly mode to a website www.smashingmagazine.com
A little CSS goes a long way toward accommodating folks with dyslexia on your website.
Using WebAssembly (created in Rust) for Fast React Components www.joshfinnie.com
Rust can be integrated into a web development workflow relatively easily, if you follow the right steps.
How to build stunning 3D scenes with React Three Fiber varun.ca
3D can be built beautifully, and this great tutorial shows you how.
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