Workaday Readings are the droll, dry, and dear pages I continuously tick through during my day.

This is shop talk, not for general consumption! (lest you want to fall asleep 😉 )

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Sorted Tables for Faster Range-Scans

“Most developers will use an automatically incrementing column for the primary key with insertion-order sorting for the table’s data by default. However, rows belonging together are stored in the database file very far away, resulting in many disk fetch operations. When instead e.g.”


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Understanding WebViews

“WebViews allow you to display web content inside a native app, but they hide more tricks than just that. Find out what those tricks are! When it comes to accessing internet content, we typically use a browser like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge.”


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How To Optimize Laravel for Performance

“Laravel is a popular open-source PHP framework that’s known for its robust security and simple yet sophisticated coding architecture. It’s a great choice for building cutting-edge web applications capable of driving revenue and propelling businesses forward.”


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Software Engineering – The Soft Parts

“Today I’ll share some of the software engineering “soft skills” I’ve learned from my first 10 years on Google Chrome, where I am a Senior Staff Engineering Manager. On my 10th anniversary, I wanted to reflect on some of lessons that have stayed with me.”


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