63 / The Death Spiral Of Bullshit
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Tweet Of The Week
All humans implicitly understand the value of "a good stick" from a young age
— @no_goblins on Twitter
1 min · swyx.io
Shawn Wang summarises a chart by John Cutler into 8 jobs of management.
10 min · departmentofproduct.com
Jade Rubick explains different ways to build a solid structure that will reduce the usual growth pains.
3 min · twitter.com/Austen
Austen Allred about the death spiral of bullshit; as companies grow often the need for buy-in grows, rewarding persuasiveness instead of building things.
3 min · twitter.com/Jobvo
Job has 20 great tips for managers of remote teams.
27 min · youtube.com
Mason Egger has an amazing collection of tech writing tips, be prepared to take notes.
16 min · joshwcomeau.com
Josh Comeau has a nice newsletter workflow with great tools.
6 min · architecturenotes.co
Mahdi Yusuf covers 8 fallacies of distributed systems and how to mitigate them.
2 hours, 30 min · youtube.com
Jon Gjengset streams the everyday of an open source developer, reviewing pull requests and more.
5 min · erikmcclure.com
Erik McClure tries to optimise the startup time of their JIT language on Windows and dives deep into the rabbit hole of LLVM and Windows allocators.
Cutting Room Floor
6 min · theatlantic.com
Phillips Payson O’Brien about realists calling Russia a "great power" and how the war exposed a different reality
10 min · dkb.show
DKB does a fictional interview with the philosopher Seneca:
The most surprising thing is that you wouldn’t let anyone steal your property, but you consistently let people steal your time, which is infinitely more valuable.
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