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How To Make Life Easier When Using Git — Smashing Magazine
How To Make Life Easier When Using Git 19 min read Git, Tools, Techniques Share on Twitter or LinkedIn You don’t need to know your trees from your dangling blobs. If you use Git every day and feel like it’s a juggling act, then here are some tricks and tips to help make your life a bit easier. Git was released almost 15 years ago. via Pocket
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12 days ago by jeremyday
Event Driven Architecture - Pradeep Loganathan
Event Driven Architecture Event driven architecture (EDA) is an architectural paradigm where behavior is composed by reacting to events. In this paradigm events imply a significant change in state. This allows you to create a systems architecture in which the flow of information is determined by events. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by jeremyday
Your first 90 days as CTO or VP Engineering.
Your first 90 days as CTO or VP Engineering. Whenever I transition to a new opportunity, I think about how to start well. How can I ramp up as effectively as possible? How do I balance the urge to “show value” early with making the right decisions? via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by jeremyday
From Vision to Values: The Importance of Defining Your Core
From Vision to Values: The Importance of Defining Your Core As obvious as that may sound, many companies are either moving so quickly that they don't take the time to define themselves; define themselves too loosely (e.g. via Pocket
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7 weeks ago by jeremyday
paperplanes. On Drafting an Engineering Strategy
On Drafting an Engineering Strategy During the first weeks in a new role, one of the things I’ve most recently focused on is to assess the direction of the engineering department as a whole. Will Larson has written at length about the first ninety days in a senior engineering leadership role. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by jeremyday
Inside Mozilla's internet privacy fight with Google, Facebook - protocol
Mozilla lost the browser wars. It still thinks it can save the internet. In 2016, Mitchell Baker, the chairwoman and interim CEO of Mozilla, sat down to update her manifesto. Well, technically, it's Mozilla's manifesto, but it's Baker's handiwork. via Pocket
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8 weeks ago by jeremyday
What’s more fantastic than fantasy land? An Introduction to Static land
What’s more fantastic than fantasy land? An Introduction to Static land Written by on the 29th January 2020 via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by jeremyday
How To Lead Self-Organising Teams - LaterPay — Behind the scenes - Medium
How To Lead Self-Organising Teams The easiest way to understand what self-organising is, is to understand what it is not. People and teams are usually instructed on how to work, who to work with, what project they will be assigned to and, in extreme micromanaging cases, can be assigned specific tasks from management. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jeremyday
Mediating Consent
Mediating Consent When theologian Martin Luther debuted his Ninety-five Theses in 16th-century Germany, he triggered a religious Reformation — and also a media revolution. via Pocket
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12 weeks ago by jeremyday
Brett van Zuiden | Managing product requests from customer-facing teams: top 2 things
Managing product requests from customer-facing teams: top 2 things Customer-facing teams are inundated with feedback from customers, and in turn tend to inundate product managers with far more requests than can be prioritized. via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
How Billion Dollar Marketplaces Are Built with Marco Zappacosta, Co-Founder & CEO of Thumbtack
How Billion Dollar Marketplaces Are Built with Marco Zappacosta, Co-Founder & CEO of Thumbtack @PeteFlint). Pete is a Managing Partner at NFX, a seed-stage venture firm based in San Francisco. via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
Reflections on Teaching Wargame Design - War on the Rocks
Reflections on Teaching Wargame Design Disaster loomed for the hard-pressed U.S. Strategic Command team and the nascent U.S. Space Force. Negotiators toiled to maintain an international coalition against Iran’s accelerating nuclear program while under U.S. via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
How To Lead Self Organising Teams - Adam Blanchard
How To Lead Self Organising Teams The easiest way to understand what self organising is is to understand what it is not. People and teams are usually instructed on how to work, who to work with, what project they will be assigned to and in extreme micromanaging cases be assigned specific tasks from management. via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
Runbook: A Ruby DSL for Gradual System Automation - Braintree Product and Technology - Medium
Runbook: A Ruby DSL for Gradual System Automation At Braintree, we like to write tools to automate our work. Our latest tool is Runbook, a Ruby DSL for gradually automating system operations. I know what you’re thinking: Why build yet another tool to automate an engineer’s job? We already have bash scripts! via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
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Event Sourcing May the source be with you. I recently became intrigued by the concept of event sourcing as applied to back-end architecture, specifically a microservice-oriented approach. via Pocket
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january 2020 by jeremyday
Align Engineering Metrics to Business KPIs - LinearB
Align Software Engineering Metrics to Business KPIs What’s your cycle time? If you can’t answer it, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Many engineering leaders couldn’t tell you without some significant number-crunching. Gaining visibility into performance is only half the battle though. via Pocket
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december 2019 by jeremyday
The Product-Minded Software Engineer
The Product-Minded Software Engineer Product-minded engineers are developers with lots of interest in the product itself. They want to understand why decisions are made, how people use the product, and love to be involved in making product decisions. via Pocket
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december 2019 by jeremyday
How to build a startup engineering team – Increment: Teams
How to build a startup engineering team In early 2015, after spending more than a decade working at Adobe, I was itching to return to the startup world. While working at a larger company had its benefits and I learned a lot, I missed the fast pace, the ambiguity, and the no-risk, no-reward elements of startup life. via Pocket
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december 2019 by jeremyday
Similarity in Postgres and Rails using Trigrams · pganalyze
Similarity in Postgres and Rails using Trigrams You typed "postgras", did you mean "postgres"? Use the best tool for the job. It seems like solid advice, but there's something to say about keeping things simple. There is a training and maintenance cost that comes with supporting an ever growing number of tools. via Pocket
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november 2019 by jeremyday
In Defense of Utility-First CSS | frontstuff
In Defense of Utility-First CSS “Favor composition over inheritance”. This piece of wisdom from Design Patterns, one of the most influential software engineering books, is the foundation of utility-first CSS. via Pocket
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november 2019 by jeremyday
Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Service Agreements
Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Service Agreements The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation is the most significant advance in data privacy in history, but little about the actual end-user experience of data privacy has changed. Here’s why tech companies need simpler terms of service agreements. via Pocket
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november 2019 by jeremyday
Running cron jobs in the cloud - Amazon EC2 vs AWS Lambda
Running cron jobs in the cloud - Amazon EC2 vs AWS Lambda Cron jobs are one of the things that have gotten harder, not easier, when moving to the cloud. via Pocket
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november 2019 by jeremyday
The Passion Economy and the Future of Work
The Passion Economy and the Future of Work The top-earning writer on the paid newsletter platform Substack earns more than $500,000 a year from reader subscriptions. The top content creator on Podia, a platform for video courses and digital memberships, makes more than $100,000 a month. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Event Modeling: What is it? - Event Modeling
Event Modeling: What is it? Digitized Information Systems are a relatively new concept. Humans have been working with information systems for thousands of years. Over centuries banks, insurance companies and many other large scale organizations have managed to succeed. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
JavaScript Destructuring ES6: The Complete Guide - Buginit
JavaScript Destructuring ES6: The Complete Guide The JavaScript destructuring assignment syntax is expressive, compact and more readable that makes it possible to “destructured” (upwarp) values from arrays or properties from objects, into different variables. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Everyone Thinks They’re Managing by Outcomes. Here’s How to Actually Do it. | Product Talk
Everyone Thinks They’re Managing by Outcomes. Here’s How to Actually Do it. Last month, I spoke at the Business of Software (BoS) conference in Boston. BoS has been on my short list for a very long time and it did not disappoint. Mark Littlewood, the organizer of the event, does a fantastic job and it shows up in every little detail of the event. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Why This Opportunity Solution Tree is Changing the Way Product Teams Work | Product Talk
Why This Opportunity Solution Tree is Changing the Way Product Teams Work I’ve found a visual aid that is profoundly changing the way teams work. It’s working so well that I feel compelled to write a book about it. But that’s going to take time and I want you to have it today. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Ronald Knox: 10 Commandments of Detective Fiction - Gotham Writers Workshop
Ronald Knox: 10 Commandments of Detective Fiction Ronald Knox was a mystery writer in the early part of the 20th century who belonged to the Detection Club, a society peopled by such legendary mystery writers as Agatha Christie, Dorothy Sayers, G. K. Chesterson, and E. C. Bentley. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Courteney Cox Friends Quiz Charlie Puth Jennifer Aniston
Could Courteney Cox’s Friends Quiz Be Any Harder? You don’t need to know a damn thing about Charlie Puth to enjoy this 15-minute video of Monica (sorry, Courteney Cox) quizzing him about Friends trivia, but you do need to brush up on the show’s factoids if you wanna pass this increasingly persnickety quiz. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
What nobody tells you about documentation - Blog - Divio
What nobody tells you about documentation However hard you work on documentation, it won't work for your software - unless you do it the right way. They are: tutorials, how-to guides, explanation and technical reference. They represent four different purposes or functions, and require four different approaches to their creation. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Some Design Advice - Cloud Four
Some Design Advice As Cloud Four’s Creative Director, a big part of my job is setting direction and providing feedback for both our team and any external teams we collaborate with. A while back, I started a list of my most frequent suggestions as a resource for new team members. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
Why We Need to Address Ethical Issues In Software Engineering - Simple Programmer
Why We Need to Address Ethical Issues In Software Engineering When we think about software development, ethics isn’t always the first thing to pop into our minds. After all, when creating software, you as a developer are supposed to address technical questions such as functionality and project specifications. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities List — You’re Probably Using It Wrong
OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities List — You’re Probably Using It Wrong 1?arguments[1]:null,a=0;a1?arguments[1]:null,i=0;i<0&&m(Array.prototype,"indexOf",function(t){var e=A(this,arguments);return 0===e&&1/e<0?0:e},!0),Dt(Array.prototype,function(){return this.values()}),Object.getPrototypeOf&&Dt(Object.getPrototypeOf([]. via Pocket
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october 2019 by jeremyday
10 culture fit interview questions—and what to look for in the answers | Hire by Google
10 culture fit interview questions—and what to look for in the answers Think of these questions as conversation starters. They are a springboard for a deeper discussion about how a candidate could potentially fit into the culture of your organization. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? - ReadWrite
How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Writing a welcome email is an essential part of the orientation process. In the past, we used to write or receive welcome letters. Due to the rapid advancement of technology, we have progressed and started using emails. Emails are cheap, efficient, and accurate. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
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A few handy Vue.js tricks If you are a Vue.js developer, at some point you will surely be writing a component which is merely “wrapped” around another component. A so-called wrapper component will often be accepting all props that the component which it wraps also accepts. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
A Taxonomy of Moats | Reaction Wheel
A Taxonomy of Moats Value is created through innovation, but how much of that value accrues to the innovator depends partly on how quickly their competitors imitate the innovation. Innovators must deter competition to get some of the value they created. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
The Essential Guide to Building Balanced Development Teams
The Essential Guide to Building Balanced Development Teams According to StackOverflow’s 2016 Developer Survey, participating in a mentorship program is more highly correlated with job salary than a PhD, and devs value learning new things over other job motivators like building new things, believing in the company mission, and promotions. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
How to motivate employees? Don’t. - Signal v. Noise
How to motivate employees? Don’t. Do this instead. Here are 6 ways to motivate your team that doesn’t undermine their intrinsic employee motivation that they already have. “I need to figure out how to motivate my employees. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
Behaviours That Transform Organisations - Adam Blanchard
Behaviours That Transform Organisations I recently attended a workshop around digital transformation at techfestival.co. Here I’ve followed up with some of the things I learned about including some of my own thoughts on the topic. I’ll discuss and summarise both in this post. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
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I recently finished reading Donella H. Meadows’ Thinking in Systems. [1] I really enjoyed this book. While I thought that I approached my work as an engineer holistically, Meadows’ introduction to systems thinking filled in many gaps. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
Elided Branches: Building and Motivating Engineering Teams
Building and Motivating Engineering Teams I have agreed to give a guest lecture for a class at Yale, and they’ve asked me to speak about “building and motivating engineering teams” from the perspective of a smaller startup. The readings for my section include A Field Guide to Software Developers by Joel Spolsky. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
Documenting Software Architecture – @herbertograca
Documenting Software Architecture This post is part of The Software Architecture Chronicles, a series of posts about Software Architecture. In them, I write about what I’ve learned on Software Architecture, how I think of it, and how I use that knowledge. via Pocket
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september 2019 by jeremyday
Bottom Navigation Pattern On Mobile Web Pages: A Better Alternative? — Smashing Magazine
Bottom Navigation Pattern On Mobile Web Pages: A Better Alternative? 11 min read Responsive Web Design, Mobile, Patterns Share on Twitter or LinkedIn Earn your master’s degree online Get Angular code from Sketch designs with 1 click As our phones are getting bigger, we need to adjust how we build and design our websites. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
VuePress: Documentation Made Easy — Smashing Magazine
VuePress: Documentation Made Easy 11 min read Vue, Tools, Workflow Share on Twitter or LinkedIn Earn your master’s degree online Get Angular code from Sketch designs with 1 click One of the most overlooked aspects of creating and/or maintaining any software library is good documentation. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
4 Rules for Intuitive UX – Learn UI Design
4 Rules for Intuitive UX – Learn UI Design This is my advice on improving the UX of your designs WITHOUT hours of user research sessions, paper prototyping playtime, or any other trendy UX buzzwords. Who’s this article for? I’m looking at you: via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
Fail Fast and Fail Often: Handling API Errors at Scale | Blog | Monolist
Fail Fast and Fail Often: Handling API Errors at Scale At Monolist, we’re building the software engineer’s ideal inbox. Our users depend on us to surface all relevant and actionable tasks and context across all the tools and services they use. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
GitHub - google/open-location-code: Open Location Code is a library to generate short codes, called "plus codes", that can be used as digital addresses where street addresses don't exist.
google/open-location-code Open Location Code is a technology that gives a way of encoding location into a form that is easier to use than latitude and longitude. The codes generated are called plus codes, as their distinguishing attribute is that they include a "+" character. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
Inventing Monads | Kabir Shah
Inventing Monads Monads are an esoteric concept to many, resulting in hundreds of tutorials, guides, and examples attempting to explain them. Curious developers might look into them only to find the classic answer, "Monads are monoids in the category of endofunctors". via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
Understanding Serverless: Tips and Resources for Building Servicefull Applications
Understanding Serverless: Tips and Resources for Building Servicefull Applications Key Takeaways Serverless is more than just Functions as a Service. Do not fear vendor lock-in; embrace the power the vendor provides through event integration. Open source tooling can help simplify building complex applications. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
Design Patterns for Microservices - DZone Microservices
Design Patterns for Microservices Microservices can have a positive impact on your enterprise. Therefore it is worth knowing how to handle Microservice Architecture (MSA) and some Design Patterns for Microservices, as well as, general goals or principles for a microservice architecture. via Pocket
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august 2019 by jeremyday
Innovation Isn’t All Fun and Games — Creativity Needs Discipline
The Hard Truth About Innovative Cultures The conventional wisdom is that successful innovation depends on providing an environment where there’s a tolerance for failure and a willingness to experiment, it’s safe to speak up, and it’s highly collaborative and nonhierarchical. The reality is that these elements do not suffice. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
A software engineering manager guide to measuring a software engineers performance
A software engineering manager guide to measuring a software engineers performance Be a better management with transparent performance reviews and quick feedback with on focus areas. To effectively measure software engineers, a manager needs to ask why they are measuring, agree upon on what to measure and then land on how to measure. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
Opening Native Map Apps From The Mobile Browser - Colin Lord - Medium
Opening Native Map Apps From The Mobile Browser People may argue about their preference of the native apps for Google Maps and Apple Maps. But there is no question that either of those apps are a vastly superior experience than trying to get directions in the mobile web version of Google Maps. Google seems to agree. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
How to start marketing your hypergrowth startup | VentureBeat
How to start marketing your hypergrowth startup Three years ago, Drift’s founders took a chance on me as the company’s first full-time marketing hire. Since then our marketing team has grown to 20+, and people from other startups sometimes come to me for advice on how to handle marketing in a young company. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
Why am I interested in Elixir? - Underjord
Why am I interested in Elixir? Strategy for businesses & tactics for teams Home | Experience | Training & Mentorship | BlogWhy am I interested in Elixir? The juicy bits I’ve had Elixir on the brain recently. And by recently I probably mean 2 years. In my defense I think it is fair to say it is blooming right now. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
Mistaeks I Hav Made: Mistakes we made adopting event sourcing (and how we recovered)
Mistakes we made adopting event sourcing (and how we recovered) The app maintained a relational model of the current state of its entities alongside the event history. That in itself wouldn’t be a bad thing, if it had been implemented as a “projection” of the events. via Pocket
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july 2019 by jeremyday
150k Small Business Website Teardown 2019 • Fresh Chalk
150k Small Business Website Teardown 2019 Welcome to the 2019 Small Business Website Teardown Report from Fresh Chalk. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
How To Create A PDF From Your Web Application — Smashing Magazine
How To Create A PDF From Your Web Application 10 min read CSS, Browsers Share on Twitter or LinkedIn From Sketch To Code Explore Their Image Library Earn Your Master’s Degree Online There is a wide variety of choices when it comes to creating a PDF from a web application. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
The best bosses do these things, according to Google - Business Insider
Google spent 10 years researching what makes the 'perfect' manager — here at the top 10 traits they found A company could spend all the money it wants recruiting, interviewing, and hiring the best people around. But if the boss is a jerk, those people will leave the first chance they get. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
30 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Tech Specialist - #1 Relocation jobs provider
Recruiter Checklist: 30 Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Tech Specialist So, you’ve got a tree a software developer or any other tech position to fill. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
Using PostgreSQL and jsonb with Ruby on Rails - Nando Vieira
Using PostgreSQL and jsonb with Ruby on Rails PostgreSQL 9.4 introduced jsonb, a new column type for storing documents in your relational database. jsonb and json columns look exactly the same on a higher level, but differs on the storage implementation. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
Minimal Project Management - Hiltmon
Minimal Project Management With my team starting to grow at work, its time to add some Project Management to our process. However, I do not want this to add any additional time, meetings or burden on them (or myself) and so all of the popular formal processes are no good for my needs. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
Transducers: Efficient Data Processing Pipelines in JavaScript
Transducers: Efficient Data Processing Pipelines in JavaScript Prior to taking on transducers, you should first have a strong understanding of both function composition and reducers. A transducer is a composable higher-order reducer. It takes a reducer as input, and returns another reducer. via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
I don’t understand micro-frontends.
I don’t understand micro-frontends. Yesterday, after coming back from the walk with my dogs, I have seen a few notifications on Twitter where people tagged me asking to share my thoughts on the thread started by Dan Abramov regarding… via Pocket
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june 2019 by jeremyday
Information Security Mental Models – Chris Sanders
Information Security Mental Models I’ve argued for some time that information security is in a growing state of cognitive crisis. Even with a deluge of freely available information, we do a poor job identifying and teaching the skills necessary to be a competent practitioner across the variety of available specialties. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
How to Move Beyond a Monolithic Data Lake to a Distributed Data Mesh
How to Move Beyond a Monolithic Data Lake to a Distributed Data Mesh Many enterprises are investing in their next generation data lake, with the hope of democratizing data at scale to provide business insights and ultimately make automated intelligent decisions. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
America's loneliness epidemic: A hidden systemic risk to organizations | SmartBrief
America's loneliness epidemic: A hidden systemic risk to organizations Much has been written about America’s loneliness epidemic, including in the workplace. The word “loneliness” in the work context is a misnomer. It doesn’t capture the whole story. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
3 exercises to craft the kind of employer brand that actually makes engineers want to work for you - interviewing.io blog
3 exercises to create the kind of employer brand that actually makes engineers want to work for you If I’m honest, I’ve wanted to write something about employer brand for a long time. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
Git Protection From Repository Attacks in 15 Minutes - Rietta
Git Protection From Repository Attacks in 15 Minutes An anonymous attacker has been compromising Git repositories and demanding ransom. This attacker stole the contents and used a force push to wipe the remote repository causing many to lose access to their critical source code assets. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
Matthew Ström: designer & developer
The Slippery Slope of In-Product Messaging In-product education is a pattern that has emerged from the overlap between user experience design, marketing strategy, and product management. A brief definition: in-product education markets a product to someone who already uses that product. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
101 Visual Identity Tips (That Actually Work) - Simpaul Design
101 Visual Identity Tips (That Actually Work) Getting the best out of your visual identity along your marketing goals can make a huge difference in your sales. Bringing in more sales without risking your brand identity on advertising can be a great way to build your empire. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
Getting to Know and Love AWS Elastic Beanstalk Configuration Files (.ebextensions)
Getting to Know and Love AWS Elastic Beanstalk Configuration Files (.ebextensions) AWS Elastic Beanstalk is the service offered by Amazon to make your life easier when you need to deploy applications. I've been using AWS Elastic Beanstalk to host a rails app I'm working on and I have learned a few things along the way. In this guide I'll share with you how to: via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
Mapping: An introductory guide for product teams by Teresa Torres
Mapping: An introductory guide for product teams Visual thinking is one of the most valuable parts of the creative process. It helps you think: drawing makes you get specific with your ideas and see them in new ways, so you can continue to iterate. via Pocket
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may 2019 by jeremyday
All Remote | GitLab
All Remote For more information on working remotely at GitLab check out our Remote Manifesto blog post. How do we manage our entire team remotely? Sid Sijbrandij, CEO, shares the secrets to managing 200 employees in 200 locations. via Pocket
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april 2019 by jeremyday
Responses to Negative Data: Four Senior Leadership Archetypes. - Occam's Razor by Avinash Kaushik
Responses to Negative Data: Four Senior Leadership Archetypes. Not everything a company does works out. If you are in the data business – my bread, butter and tofu – you often carry the burden of being the bearer of bad news. via Pocket
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april 2019 by jeremyday
Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind
Should that be a Microservice? Keep These Six Factors in Mind You’re writing more code than ever before. The trick is knowing what should be a microservice, and what shouldn’t. These days, you can't swing a dry erase marker without hitting someone talking about microservices. Developers are studying Eric Evan’s prescient book Domain Driven Design. via Pocket
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april 2019 by jeremyday
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