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DeveloPassion's Newsletter - Energy crisis

DeveloPassion's Newsletter
DeveloPassion's Newsletter - Energy crisis
By Sébastien Dubois • Issue #89 • View online
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Welcome to the 89th edition
Another week, another newsletter! I hope that you all had a great one 🤩
I’ve had a really stressful week (yes, one more :o). I have good hopes to be past the stressful times by the end of the year, but as the weeks pass, I realize that I may be over-optimistic about that.
I also feel a massive lack of energy. I feel depleted. I’ve lost a lot of momentum on social networks and find it hard to resume sharing and engaging, which has ripple effects on the rest of what I do.
My main goal, for now, remains to fix the issues I’ve been battling for months because those prevent me from really putting my energy into my projects. My head is clearly elsewhere, and at the end of the day, I can’t find the energy to work on side projects anymore. Bummer!
So it’s an energy crisis, just like Europe is facing right now. A different kind of crisis, but still a crisis. Europe is filling the tanks as much as possible and preparing for the Winter to come. And on my end I’m trying to waste as little energy as I can on things that don’t deserve it. But just like Nord Stream, there are energy leaks, and I can only try to cope with those.
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Alright, let’s goooooo 🚀

Recent articles
No new article this week
Quotes of the week
  • “The key to success is to ask for what you want”
  • “The more you share, the faster you learn”
Book of the week
The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity by David Graeber
How cool is that?!
Pianist SHOCKS Audience With Moonlight Sonata Dubstep Remix
Thinking and learning links of the week
Obsidian 1.0, the all-new Obsidian.
🌲The Konik Method for Making Useful Notes
TfT Hacker - Exploring Tools for Thought and PKM
1/7 The definitive "RUNNING" list of learning material for @tana_inc

Since Tana is so new and there is a budding list of new learning content, I started this thread as way of capturing online Tana learning material.

Feel free to add if you find something else not on my list.
My Notetaking Workflow and How I Get Notes Into Obsidian | by Jeffrey V Sibley | Sep, 2022 | Better Humans
Bob Doto: Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten (Plus Writing and Anarcho-Marxism)
Bob Doto: Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten, Zettelkasten (Plus Writing and Anarcho-Marxism)
Tana Fundamentals 01 – UI Overview
Tana Fundamentals 01 – UI Overview
Santi Younger
1/11🧵 Does Tana replace Obsidian? = No.
Does Tana replace Logseq? = Maybe.
Does Tana replace Roam? = Yes.
Does Tana replace Notion? = Definitely.

@tana_inc vs @obsdmd vs @logseq vs @RoamResearch vs @NotionHQ
🧵👇🧵
Tech links of the week
How AI Image Generators Work (Stable Diffusion / Dall-E) - Computerphile
GitHub - leeoniya/uFuzzy: A tiny, efficient fuzzy search that doesn't suck
GitHub - devcontainers/spec: Development Containers: Use a Docker container as a full-featured development environment.
GitHub - fosslife/devtools-x: Collection of offline first developer utilities available as desktop application. all in one place, cross-platform!
JavaScript is no longer the favorite programming language for developers | TechRadar
Mark Russinovich
Speaking of languages, it's time to halt starting any new projects in C/C++ and use Rust for those scenarios where a non-GC language is required. For the sake of security and reliability. the industry should declare those languages as deprecated.
Indie Hacking and bootstrapping
How and why I built Japan Dev | Japan Dev
Surviving solopreneurship — an interview with Justin Welsh ($135K/mo)
Denis Shatalin
You can add $13 000 in revenue in 1 week.

The best part?

You can do it without even touching your product.

Steal my pricing tactics that have brought easy sales for 50 startups: https://t.co/KzPHg2RFgJ
Ronen 🗣️
31 simple sentences that'll teach you more about sales than a $4,995 course:
That’s all folks!
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