Friday, June 17, 2022

Friday Links 22-20

Acid House flyer with smiley illustration

For some reason I have no urbanism topics or podcasts! 

Dave Kellogg brings an interesting perspective on leadership levels. It is an old article but still valid. He seems to be going against the stream in general. Worth a follow! 


Career Development: What It Really Means to be a Manager, Director, or VP - interesting perspective I agree on 

What we learned in studying the most effective founders - mostly as expected, but this is interesting: "While most people would expect self-confidence to grow with time, our data suggests the most effective founders are not nearly as confident as the least effective founders are." 

Stop Interviewing With Leet Code - everybody hates them, all of FAANG loves them


Your Roadmap Isn’t Really a Road Map - everybody knows this, right? 

Product Backlog Building Canvas - good user stories are hard, here are some helpful frameworks

“Measure Twice, Cut Once” isn’t very Agile. - do experiments, not perfect planning


End of an era: Microsoft retires Internet Explorer - about bloody time, but now we have Chrome as the new IE

How we think about browsers - from GitHub


The title Chief Notion Officer is popping up more and more — here's what it looks like - I posted about CNO before, but this is how it could look in practice 

Research Concludes: We Waste Our Time At Work - less meetings are good, especially if you are an IC

Random Acid

No card, no entry: documenting the world’s biggest collection of membership cards from the infamous acid house era - iirc I only had one or two club cards

‘It changed lives and opened minds’: a visual record of the birth of acid house - I was a little bit late to the party 

Heatwave in Spain to drive temperature above 40C in parts of country - I know!

Other Links 

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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