Author: Tristan Harris I’m an expert on how technology hijacks our psychological vulnerabilities. That’s why I spent the last three years as a Design Ethicist at Google caring about how to design things in...
When you replace your non-working code with something copied from StackOverflow pic.twitter.com/fGQXIGYdjr
X : One of our customers wants a new feature in our product. Me : Sounds good. Add it to the backlog. X : No other customer seems to want this. It's unique to them. Me : Is it a generally useful feature that others might want? X : I doubt it Me : Then super low priority.
The Plus Four Wristlet Route Indicator, a British product from the 1920s, is a scroll-map navigator in the shape of a watch. It came with tiny interchangeable instructions that you scrolled manually to see which roads to take when driving. pic.twitter.com/HoZvLjrxbU
This is one of my favorite programming jokes. If you don't get it, you've probably lost the thread. 😁 pic.twitter.com/gyHEvGRXh2
Großartig! Allein der Blick des Trolls...😂 twitter.com/ScheererDaniel…
The practical limit to team size is communication paths (n*(n-1)/2). A team with 15 people on it has 105 possible communication paths (everybody talks to everybody else) that have to be explored before decisions can be made. A team of 5 has 10.
sorry to say pic.twitter.com/qzIcq6irzE
The library is charging me late fees for a book. I can't return the book because the library has closed early due to covid. The library has also blocked the self-service drop-off due to covid. The book is Catch-22.
Try and fail, but don't fail to try. ~ Stephen Kaggawa
In pre-covid times, it was common for teams to do group bonding activities like mini gran prix, bowling, escape rooms, picnics, paintball / laser tag, etc. Question: what are teams doing now? Are there virtual activities that fulfill the same need? RTs for reach appreciated.
"We identified more than four different private-cloud initiatives—converged infrastructure, OpenShift, Mesos/Marathon, and OpenStack—each struggling to achieve scale" mckinsey.com/business-funct…
been watching this on repeat pic.twitter.com/Dt9VnlVQtQ
A startup selling their first Enterprise contract pic.twitter.com/mKM6zkzMkW
SpaceX agile. Boeing waterfall. SpaceX won. qz.com/1878725/boeing…
It’s the year 2037. All viruses are compromised Office365 tenants attacking eachother with macros running in Excel Online so they can try to get Azure accounts to mine BortCoin which they use to pay simulators that let them experience what it feels like to be Leondaro DiCaprio
July 2019-June 2020 was tied as the warmest 12 months on record. That’s +1,39°C above preindustrial levels and rapidly closing in on 1,5°. So I ask again: where are the breaking news? Where are the front pages? Where are the emergency meetings? Where are the adults? twitter.com/CarbonBrief/st…
Non-Euclidean game worlds boingboing.net/2020/07/07/non…
LinkedIn is copying the contents of my clipboard every keystroke. IOS 14 allows users to see each paste notification. I’m on an IPad Pro and it’s copying from the clipboard of my MacBook Pro. Tik tok just got called out for this exact reason. pic.twitter.com/l6NIT8ixEF
After weeks of virtual training, I'm finally ready to cut my wife's lockdown hair. pic.twitter.com/Y61OzWU7D8
parent: if all your friends jumped off a cliff, would you do it too? machine learning model: yes
In Brazil this is a common practice by the guy who installs your protection net. How many software engineers would show the same level of confidence towards their code? 😬 Like @khenidak says, test until boredom replaces fear twitter.com/holdmyale/stat…
Germany lowers the VAT from 19% to 16% for 6 months (Corona relief). Can we have a moment of silence for all the dev teams having to readjust their sprint plannings to make this work 😬😀
By the end of the decade JSON parsing alone is going to account for 0.5C of temperature rise.
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