Your product is a joke - The Paperclip by eesel.appeesel.app/blog/your-product-is-a-joke
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Budgeting for creative departments | by Matthew Cunningham | Mar, 2021 | Bootcampbootcamp.uxdesign.cc/budgeting-for-creative-departments-95b8843e24b6
The following information targets in-house corporate design leaders, managers, or operations who have departments for which they have financial accountability. This article does not cover the…
Competitive Analysis For Product Engineers | Stay SaaSystaysaasy.com/product/2021/05/02/competition.html
In my experience, most professional software engineers in industry have little to no experience doing competitive analysis. That’s a shame, because competitive analysis is one of the most useful skills that an engineer can have.
White women are the most dangerous upholders of white supremacy in Silicon Valley, and holding them accountable could cost you your career, your community, and your sanity. | by Britt Caldwell | Apr, 2021 | Mediumbrittwcaldwell.medium.com/white-women-are-the-most-dangerous-upholders-of-white-supremacy-in-silicon-valley-and-holding-ee62b2ec1bc1
Remote to who? A working lettertinyletter.com/aworkinglibrary/letters/remote-to-who-a-working-letter
It was probably inevitable that sitting through a whole lot of job interviews and considering several offers would mean I would end up spending a disproportionate amount of time these past months thinking about what work means to me. This is a topic I am predisposed to (witness the title of this newsletter), and the activity of applying for jobs pretty much made everything else unthinkable. What I’m sharing today is some very rough thoughts about one corner of the way we talk about w...
No Free Plannofreeplan.com
Why you should probably not offer a free plan.
Common Causes of Very Bad Decisions · Collaborative Fundcollaborativefund.com/blog/bad-decisions/
Italian psychologist Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini was once asked why people keep making the same mistakes. He said: Inattention, distraction, lack of interest, poor preparation, genuine stupidity, timidity, braggadocio, emotional imbalance, ideological, racial, social or chauvinistic prejudices, and aggressive or prevaricatory instincts. Let me add some more: Incentives can tempt good people to push the boundaries farther than they’d ever imagine. Financial boundaries, moral boundarie...
The economics of vending machinesthehustle.co/the-economics-of-vending-machines/
[…] Ibanez’s YouTube channel, which chronicles his life as a vendor, boasts 362k subscribers and now earns more than his machines.