Friday, March 18, 2022

Friday Links 22-9

Blue lobster
Blue Lobster
Some longer reads and good podcasts about leading and structuring teams. 

And mostly amusing random links.


The SPACE of Developer Productivity - framework for thinking about developer productivity

Refactor → Organisation - story of the reorganisation of BBC's website team

When There’s Doubt, There’s No Doubt: How to Protect Culture and Eliminate Hiring Biases (with Nick Dimitrov, Founder of Bar Raiser) [Podcast] - good strategies for hiring

Is there ever a good time for a code freeze? [Podcast] - not really

What Team Structure is Right for DevOps to Flourish? - like Team Topologies, but focused on DevOps 

How Engineering Managers Are Set Up To Fail - nothing especially new, but a good summary 

Hard to work with - how much of conflict should be resolved by the managers vs the team


2022 Pay Analysis: Our Unadjusted Gender Pay Gap is Below 1% - Buffer is inspiring as always

Random Lobster

Leon VS The killifish [YouTube] - I still follow the adventures of Leon the rescued lobster

Learn Vim in Less than 2 Minutes [YouTube] - the guy is annoying, but this is quite funny

‘We’ll be back … stay tuned’: Kermode and Mayo’s BBC Radio 5 Live film show to end after 21 years - oh no! Also: have I been listening for 21 years now? 

Meta employees left to do their own laundry as perks get cut - poor guys!

Lunaz Design - Where Old World Charm Meets New World Technology [YouTube] - electric car conversions that are probably the only reason to be filthy rich

An OpenStreetMap viewer for Emacs - Emacs does everything 

Daylight Saving Time Gripe Assistant Tool - nobody wants shorter evenings! 

Sitcom 'Servant of the People' Back on the Streamer - I watched one episode on YouTube, it is quite funny

Friday Links Disclaimer
Inclusion of links does not imply that I agree with the content of linked articles or podcasts. I am just interested in all kind of perspectives. If you follow the link posts over time you might notice common themes though.
More about the links in a separate post: About Friday Links.

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