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If you want to get the attention of a employer, marketing has the techniques to get you there.
Attention—the time and freedom to focus—is your team’s most valuable resource.
Pierre-Étienne Meunier, creator and lead developer of open-source version control system Pijul, joins the home team to talk about version control, functional programming, and why OCaml is a source of French national pride.
Miško Hevery, creator of Angular and longtime Googler, tells Ben about building the future of web applications in his new role as CTO of Builder.io.
The only constant is change – a company that built a global network by integrating into financial institutions, even before the world wide web was invented, shares how they’re rallying their development teams around an API first approach.
Do you want to be a tools company or is there some other product you'd like to ship?
Discouraging main character syndrome on an astronomical scale.
References on how to interpret significant but dubious results (i.e. small numbers, plus borderline p-value)
Neither significant nor not significant but a secret third thing.
Five people talking at once in a meeting should do it.
Links from around the web
Sometimes services make it difficult to unsubscribe using less than user-friendly UI techniques.
A/B testing and feature flags are great for determining which features you're going to release (and how)...if you do them right!
The great browsers of today are working together to establish if a given API is safe to use on your website.
AI is incredibly cool...but make sure it actually adds value to your product.
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