To my great surprise, young people now somewhat frequently contact me in order to solicit career advice.They are usually in college or highschool, and want to know what the best next steps are for a career in security or software development.This is, honestly, a really complicated question, mostl...
What to Do with Climate Emotionsnewyorker.com/news/annals-of-a-warming-planet/what-to-do-with-climate-emotions
If the goal is to insure that the planet remains habitable, what is the right degree of panic, and how do you bear it?
Etiquette Rules for Tipping, Parenting, Friends, and Workthecut.com/article/tipping-rules-etiquette-rules.html
Expert advice on how to text, tip, ghost, host, hook up, parent, friend, and survive online and at work. Got questions? We have answers.
Welcome to Talking Points for Lifetalkingpointsforlife.com/
Too many people are left wandering through Reddit threads and Quora posts looking for advice on what to say. Communication is tricky. We all bring our own biases, emotions and histories to the table. This site will help you navigate those tricky subjects, allowing you to build healthier and happier relationships.
How to plan? | Kellan Elliott-McCreakellanem.com/notes/how-to-plan
Let’s also set aside the question of trade-offs for the moment, except to say, trade-offs are the very heart of engineering and engineering leadership. Software as a medium is so malleable that functionally anything can be made to work. Any language, architecture, approach, style, process, etc can be made to work given sufficient effort. Meaning we find ourselves not asked to choose between right and wrong answers, but between trade-offs.
A development process startup founders should use to ship features weirdly fastgrowing-products.paralect.com/a-development-process-startup-founders-should-use-to-ship-features-weirdly-fast
Here are 9 specific steps founders can use to ship features faster, keep their product team aligned and build what their users really want.
Your Career Is Just One-Eighth of Your Life - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/newsletters/archive/2022/09/career-ambition-advice-data/671374/
Five pieces of career advice, shaped by economics, psychology, and a little bit of existential math
how to stop being "terminally online" | nights's blognights.bearblog.dev/how-to-stop-being-terminally-online/
has something being present on social media (a frequently talked about movie, author, or political viewpoint, for example) ever made you come to the conclusion that it is just as present in "real life"? is this actually true?
AddyOsmani.com - Software Engineering - The Soft Partsaddyosmani.com/blog/software-engineering-soft-parts/
Today I will share some of the software engineering soft skills I have learned from my first 10 years on Google Chrome, where I am a Senior Staff Engineering...
How to Write Better with The Why, What, How Frameworkeugeneyan.com/writing/writing-docs-why-what-how/
A lightweight commenting system using GitHub issues.
How to Freaking Find Great Developers By Having Them Read Code | Freaking Rectanglefreakingrectangle.wordpress.com/2022/04/15/how-to-freaking-hire-great-developers/
Reading probes the most fundamental skills. Reading code is probably 95% of what a developer does as part of their job. Whether a developer is writing new code, fixing bugs, or creating documentation, they are constantly reading. What abilities does a coder need to read code well? There are two important ones: 1) The ability to remember variables and stack locations and 2) The ability to generalize a piece of code once they understand it. I can memorize interview coding quest...
How To Do Lessalexturek.com/2022-03-07-How-to-do-less/
You probably need to do fewer things right now. Prioritization, the other definition There’s two loose definitions of prioritization. Prioritization(1): Ordering a todo list. You make a giant list of things you could do, things you should do, things you’d like to do… and then you put a unique number...
How to Prepare for Thanksgiving Dinneryoutube.com/watch
This is my Thanksgiving Dinner checklist, but I've only ho...