Joel Bez

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Joel Bez

81 days ago

Do engineering managers need to be technical?

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Joel Bez

81 days ago

SPAs were a mistake

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Joel Bez

103 days ago

Not sure where I stand on this but interesting read

The New Enemies of the Open Society

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Joel Bez

103 days ago

A spoiler for the future - Bitcoin

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Joel Bez

152 days ago

The Third Web

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Joel Bez

193 days ago

Let’s Redefine “Productivity” for the Hybrid Era

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Joel Bez

463 days ago

I don't want to know a bit about everything and a lot about nothing.

Site Currently Unavailable

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Joel Bez

473 days ago

This isn’t about minimalism, mind you; it’s about clarity. Expressing yourself so clearly that someone doesn’t have to perform any gymnastics to follow along with what you’re saying. The problem here is that a lot of writers think that the gymnastics is what makes for good writing

Indeterminacy

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Joel Bez

479 days ago

An extensive piece on the current best monitor setup for programming

Time to upgrade your monitor

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Joel Bez

578 days ago

Great in depth article about naming in design systems

Naming Tokens in Design Systems

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Joel Bez

578 days ago

How methodologies made software development loose it's focus

Computers Are Hard: building software with David Heinemeier Hansson

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Joel Bez

750 days ago

Managing Remotely

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Joel Bez

827 days ago

Some gold content for UI developers. What they talk about is really the latest learnings about how to build quality UIs

134: Mark Dalgleish - You Should Be Using Layout Components

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Joel Bez

852 days ago

Rather than beeing focused on beeing 100% correct with the delivery date we can paint the reality with statistical forecasts

Quick and accurate forecasts with ActionableAgile for Jira

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Joel Bez

855 days ago

The power of yet (growth mindset)

Developing a Growth Mindset with Carol Dweck

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Joel Bez

855 days ago

A reflection on where we stand with technology as a society.

#bits19 I Aza Raskin (Center for Humane Technology): The digital attention crisis

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Joel Bez

855 days ago

A great essay about intellectual humility

Intellectual humility: the importance of knowing you might be wrong

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Joel Bez

867 days ago

Why the famous Peter Thiel interview question is so predictive

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Joel Bez

881 days ago

Never Is Now 2019 | ADL International Leadership Award Presented to Sacha Baron Cohen

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Joel Bez

881 days ago

It’s not about the giving answer. It’s about discovering questions

A Different Kind of Theory of Everything

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Joel Bez

881 days ago

Do you have to love what you do?

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Joel Bez

884 days ago

Great essay about a different aspect of parenthood

Having Kids

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Joel Bez

937 days ago

Culture: Drafting your team’s Constitution

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Joel Bez

957 days ago

Culture: Drafting your team’s Constitution

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Joel Bez

1003 days ago

Old yet great read. The plan is only a tool. What matters is the outcome of the project.

FeatureDevotion

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Joel Bez

1004 days ago

Mind. blown.

Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Explained

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Joel Bez

1125 days ago

Great look at svelte an it's motivation.
Opinion a bit too one sided but this probably make our development tools better

Rich Harris - Rethinking reactivity

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Joel Bez

1145 days ago

From the Author of emotion (css-in-js library).
Very wise words there.
I have huge respect for people like him that can put opinions in context and don't tell only a one sided story

Narrow down the problems you would like to solve and then ask yourself if CSS-in-JS is going to help you with those or avoid them altogether. Let’s pretend it will. Ok, now you’ve got a new set of problems you are going to learn how to solve and they are much more interesting than the problems that classical css presents, but you still have to learn how to deal with them. That takes time and energy that is precious in development cycles.

My larger point is to think about why we chose to use a library, framework, or pattern. Sometimes we create a problem for ourselves just so we can try something new. That is perfectly fine and its how we learn but just know that the context of that decision is everything. From my experience, the better route is to learn about this new thing and gain some understanding of the context of its use but do not force it but rather wait for a situation to arise when it is needed. Just be patient.

Why Don’t I Sell the Idea of Static Extraction with CSS-in-JS?

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Joel Bez

1160 days ago

Nice concise article about a few biases relevant in a work environment.
Pleading guilty on many

11 ways our brains trip us up at work

range.co

Joel Bez

1193 days ago

OKRs misconceptions and best practises

Are you doing OKRs right?

range.co

Joel Bez

1193 days ago

"Bring your own design" components

Renderless or Bust! Why Renderless Component Libraries will Make Web Dev Easier and More Inclusive

vuejsdevelopers.com

Joel Bez

1208 days ago

Dissecting Front-end Job Titles

blog.prototypr.io

Joel Bez

1208 days ago

The Great Divide

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Joel Bez

1392 days ago

Some great parallels in this talk

Paul Green Jr. l Organisations as social technology l Meaning 2016

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Joel Bez

1497 days ago

Great read and opinion on the cryptocurrencies

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Joel Bez

1517 days ago

Multi-part article about best practices for styleguides.
Very detailed & lots of examples

Documenting Components

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Joel Bez

1537 days ago

Nice little hidden feature to turn off notifications

Disconnect and take a break from your iPhone by using this little-known feature.

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Joel Bez

1544 days ago

Even if it’s complicated, this looks like a great way to have container queries in css before it actually becomes a standard.

Responsive Components: a Solution to the Container Queries Problem

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Joel Bez

1551 days ago

Design’s Lost Generation

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Joel Bez

1551 days ago

More and more of those great posts giving a better understanding at the huge potential of decentralized networks. The bubble of cryptocurrencies/ICOs will probably burst at some point, but the technology behind is here for a revolution.

Why Decentralization Matters

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Joel Bez

1586 days ago

Great short talk about the value of passion + persistence. Via @simonraess

Grit: The power of passion and perseverance

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Joel Bez

1641 days ago

He's just one of the best at making analogies that explain complex concepts.

Running in Circles

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Joel Bez

1669 days ago

Great short explanations of a few biases in the context of programming

Cognitive Biases in Programming

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Joel Bez

1673 days ago

Jeremy sharing his thoughts about CSS utility classes movement

Problem space

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Joel Bez

1673 days ago

Great post to go further in the CSS utility classes vs components classes debate. Spoiler: it's not black and white

The Role of Utility Classes in Scalable CSS

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Joel Bez

1678 days ago

Great flow to improve personal communication

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Joel Bez

1678 days ago

Great reminder of small steps to care more about yourself

This Will Make You Rethink Your Approach To Productivity

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Joel Bez

1690 days ago

TIL Poop transplant is a thing

How Bacteria Rule Over Your Body – The Microbiome

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Joel Bez

1711 days ago

Probably would change some of the points but this phone contract is a good food for thought. Not just for kids but for anyone.

A mobile phone contract for our teenage son.

medium.com

Joel Bez

1761 days ago

This, a thousand time this,

"However, having a style guide is never the end goal. Pattern libraries are created to make it easier for designers and developers working in a company to iterate on a product or to maintain a website in a consistent way. The end goal is to have an up-to-date style guide that is consistently used by both designers and developers in an organization, thereby getting results faster."

Taking The Pattern Library To The Next Level

smashingmagazine.com

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