The Overflow #113: Top-paying tech jobs
Welcome to ISSUE #113 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams. This week: tech’s top-paying jobs, building a killer company brand, going from C-suite to IC, and that one developer who’s always doing Leetcode puzzles at work.
From the blog
The three top-paying tech roles in 2022 and the skills you need to land them stackoverflow.blog
Looking for the skills that pay the bills? Skillsoft ran a survey to find out the highest-paying roles and the skills they require.
Attracting developers with a company brand that slays stackoverflow.blog
If you want to get your company brand noticed, why not get a little adventurous?
Moving from CEO back to IC: A chat with Mitchell Hashimoto on his love for code (Ep. 412) stackoverflow.blog
A fascinating discussion with Mitchell Hashimoto, cofounder of HashiCorp, who recently returned to the role of independent contributor after stints as both CEO and CTO.
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Discovered developer doing Leetcode puzzles when he should be working workplace.stackexchange.com
Set deadlines and deliverables; the rest is just noise.
Find the area of an n-interesting polygon stackoverflow.com
Recursion is cool and all, but sometimes a simple formula does the trick.
Is it safe to store a password using a secure hash followed by an insecure hash? security.stackexchange.com
Like a late night trip to Denny’s, covering a poor hash requires more hash and plenty of salt.
How to balance spellbooks looted from enemy wizards? rpg.stackexchange.com
Pretty soon, you’ll be running a campaign with a level 10 library.
Links from around the web
React: the missing parts acko.net
What if React patterns could be used for non-UI applications?
Reducing the web’s carbon footprint: optimizing social media embeds smashingmagazine.com
Improve site performance while reducing environmental impact.
Yes, I can connect to a DB in CSS www.leemeichin.com
But should I?
German court rules websites embedding Google fonts violates GDPR thehackernews.com
If you use Google Fonts on your site, this could be a very big deal.
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