We Don’t Talk Enough About Money In Silicon Valley. No, Really.
“Look, I’m incredibly thankful for this industry. It made me a millionaire.” The person seated across the table from me went through a series of facial microexpressions as I said this — surprise, disgust, analysis and finally, calm. We don’t really talk about money in Silicon Valley.
What to put on your team meeting agenda
Here’s the #1 thing your team meeting should be focused on – and exactly how you should structure your team meeting agenda.
Why I Stopped Using Multiple Monitors
Many developers believe multiple monitors improve productivity. Studies have proven it, right? Well, keep in mind, many of those studies are commissioned from monitor manufacturers like Dell and NEC. ?
What Went Down at WWDC 2019
WWDC, in case you aren’t familiar with it, is Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, which they hold annually.
Zoom Zero Day: 4+ Million Webcams & maybe an RCE? Just get them to visit your website!
As far as I can tell this vulnerability also impacts Ringcentral. Ringcentral for their web conference system is a white labeled Zoom system. This vulnerability allows any website to forcibly join a user to a Zoom call, with their video camera activated, without the user's permission.
A Day in the Life: Maria Stylianou (Engineering Manager, Monzo)
Maria is an Engineering Manager who loves capoeira, improv, teaching, and taking on lots of exciting personal challenges. She shares what it’s like to work in an engineering management role at Monzo, the UK-based fintech going through hypergrowth.
Microsoft's Hypocrisy on DACA
Microsoft’s president Brad Smith regularly tweets in support of the so-called Dreamers—the 800,000 people who were brought to America as children, and who cling to a precarious legal status. Microsoft sued the Trump administration over their cancellation of the DACA program in 2017, and Mr.
Agile means literally nothing and everything, and that's alright
This post explains why they're both right, and wrong at the same time. So first off, why does Agile mean "literally nothing"?
Foxconn exec complains about not being able to change Wisconsin plans whenever it wants
Foxconn’s plan to build an LCD factory in Wisconsin — subsidized by up to $4 billion in tax credits, infrastructure investment, and direct cash payments from the state — isn’t going so well.
Why does Amazon have so many clothing brands?
Today, BuzzFeed News posted a reminder of exactly how enormous and inescapable Amazon is. In a single list, reporter Leticia Miranda went through all of Amazon’s various subsidiaries and sub-brands, many of which you probably haven’t heard of.
Agile is like Thai street food Thursday, July 4th, 2019
This was going to be a comment on Agile is Literally Meaningless by Theodore Bendixson, until it got too long. You should read his one first. Much like Thai street food, most people have tried Agile and formed an opinion of it.
Introduction to GraphQL
What is GraphQL? GraphQL is a query language for API. It fulfils the client's need on runtime. It gives the client power to decide the API data format, dataset. History behind the awesome GraphQL The awesome GraphQL was invented by Facebook in 2012. At that time Facebook internally used it.
Elon Musk says free self-driving chip upgrade could come to older Teslas this year
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the company will “most likely” start retrofitting its new, more powerful processing chip into older vehicles near the end of the year. The new FSD chip is the first to have been designed in-house.
British Airways faces record-breaking GDPR fine after data breach
The UK’s data watchdog has announced plans to fine the airline British Airways a record £183 million over last year’s data breach.
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