August 2023 Reading & Listening Bibliography

I have been using Zotero to keep track of great articles, podcasts, and content that I’ve come across. I try to include things that have substance and things that I may want to reference in the future. Below is a summary of what I’ve read and listened to in August 2023. I read the forum on the correct use of Re: in an email at the end of July, but that was basically the start of August, so it’s included here.

Base.cs Podcast. S1:E1 – “Bits, Binary, and Bytes,” 2017.

———. S1:E1 – “Bits, Binary, and Bytes,” 2017.

———. S1:E2 – “What Is Encoding?,” 2017.

———. S1:E3 – “Hex Queen,” 2017.

———. S1:E4 – “Hexes and Colors,” 2017.

Belle Beth Cooper. “4 Ways to Leave Work on Time Without Feeling Guilty.” Todoist Inspiration. Accessed August 19, 2023.

Ferris, Clem. Stewarding Prophecy: Waging Warfare with God’s Words. Clement Ferris, 2020.

Inside Google Cloud. “Meet Kelsey Hightower, Google Cloud’s Principal Developer Advocate Bringing Empathy and Emotion to Engineering.” Accessed August 26, 2023.

Jason Fried. “How We Acquired HEY.Com.” Accessed August 18, 2023.

Jeff Atwood. “Hardware Is Cheap, Programmers Are Expensive.” Coding Horror, December 18, 2008.

Mike Melanson. “Marie Kondo Your Software Stack with Open Source.” GitHub, November 15, 2022.

Oz Nova. “The Case against CS Master’s Degrees.” Oz Writes. Accessed August 13, 2023.

Oz Nova and Myles Byrne. “Teach Yourself Computer Science.” Accessed August 13, 2023.

Press This WordPress Community Podcast. “You Should Be Using Newsletters!” Accessed September 1, 2023.

Tengshe, Devdatta. “Regarding Re: ; What Is the Correct Usage in an Email Subject Line?” Forum post. English Language & Usage Stack Exchange, September 5, 2010.

The ReadME Podcast. Kelsey Hightower—Present. Podcast, 2023.

Tower, J. “One Dash vs Two Dashes in Shell Commands,” August 21, 2019.

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