This week has been about executable PNGs, burnout, a graph configuration language, D3 tutorials, HTTP/2 security and the tyranny spreadsheets.
An article on what is the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI), how it has been used (and misused).
A paper on the security flaws of HTTP/2 with comprehensive examples of how each attack works.
An article introducing Virgo, a configuration language aiming to express direct acyclic graphs (DAGs) instead of trees (e.g. JSON, YAML).
An article on the sloppy usage of spreadsheets with a bit of quiz history of its origins. A reminder that easy to use does not equate to properly used.
[...] a tool like a Swiss Army knife for numbers, sitting in your digital back pocket. Any idiot could use it. And goodness, we did.
A collection of tutorials to get the grips with D3 for data visualisation.
An article exploring stenography as a way to make PNGs executable programs just for fun.