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- How to Get Promoted at Work (clipcontent.substack.com)
Steve Dennis has 7 steps to maximise your chances for success on the career ladder.
- Evaluating Managers: 5 heuristics to measure managerial impact (abdulapopoola.com)
AbdulFattah Popoola has some advice to measure your impact as a manager.
- Management Debt (staysaasy.com)
This article compares tech debt to management debt and explains common scenarios for management debt.
- The yaml document from hell (ruudvanasseldonk.com)
Ruud van Asseldonk explains different YAML footguns on one example and lists some alternatives.
- Just use a monorepo (buttondown.email)
Justin moved all of Buttondown into a monorepo and explains why they love it.
- Your tech stack is not the product (hoho.com)
Mike Wakerly explains why your tech stack is means, not an end — especially in early stage startups.
- Guide to Web Authentication (webauthn.guide)
Suby Raman explains how WebAuthn works and how to implement it.
- Easy, alternative soft deletion: `deleted_record_insert` (brandur.org)
Brandur has a good alternative for the
Cutting Room Floor
- If you really want to remember a moment, try not to take a photo (ideas.ted.com)
Manoush Zomorodi explains why you remember less of an experience if you took a photo.
- Extreme questions to trigger new, better ideas (longform.asmartbear.com)
Jason Cohen has 15 extreme questions to broaden your idea scope, some interesting, some controversial.
- The rules of improv can make you funnier. They can also make you more confident. (npr.org)
Oluwakemi Aladesuyi and Audrey Nguyen about five rules of improv you can apply to your life.
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