- [Git hacks you should know about](https://dev.to/teamxenox/
git-hacks-you-should-know-about-16pk) – these could save you one day.
- [Top 10 books for getting started with automation testing](https://
– Automation testers, how are you doing with that 2019 reading list?
Deeksha Agarwal has some titles you might want to add.
- [When “Zoë” !== “Zoë”; Or, why you need to normalize Unicode strings](https://
“Never heard of Unicode normalization? You’re not alone. But it will save
you a lot of trouble.”
- [Iodide: An experimental tool for scientific communication and exploration
on the web](https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/03/
– Mozilla recently released Iodide, an open source experimental tool to
help scientists write beautiful interactive documents using web
technologies, using a familiar iterative workflow. Brendan Colloran walks
you through the tool and explains how (and why) it was built.
- [The 737 Max and why software engineers might want to pay attention](https://
In the wake of the Boeing aircraft’s two fatal crashes, J. Paul Reed
discusses how the situation can apply to the complexity of the software