Alireza Ahmadi

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Alireza Ahmadi

7 days ago

Make sure to read this article in “Web View” instead of “Article View”

The Remote Worker’s Guide to Becoming a Better Writer

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9 days ago

Two Ways to Make Your Language More Conducive to Growth Mindset

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Alireza Ahmadi

9 days ago

Bad Arguments and How to Avoid Them

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14 days ago

Execution is Everything

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15 days ago

Written communication is remote work super power

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26 days ago

Failed #SquadGoals

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40 days ago

Given that 93 percent of companies that ended up being successful had to change their initial strategy, any capital that demands that the early company become very big, very fast, will almost always drive the business off a cliff instead

The Theory of Good and Bad Capital

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Alireza Ahmadi

43 days ago

Even the Pandemic Can’t Kill the Open-Plan Office

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45 days ago

Data-Driven Decisions Start with These 4 Questions

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46 days ago

From HN thread: "One could argue that Walmart didn’t pay $3B for Jet; they paid $3B for Marc Lore, which might still prove to have been a decent buy."

Walmart says it will discontinue Jet, which it acquired for $3B in 2016

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57 days ago

Delighting customers doesn’t build loyalty; reducing their effort—the work they must do to get their problem solved—does

Stop Trying to Delight Your Customers

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59 days ago

How to Manage Risk (After Risk Management Has Failed)

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67 days ago

The Predator That Makes Great White Sharks Flee in Fear

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86 days ago

How Trading Notes Can Increase Your Profits

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97 days ago

Two Stories

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99 days ago

Is this you? No, really, is this you?

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Alireza Ahmadi

101 days ago

How to do hard things

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Alireza Ahmadi

102 days ago

The new coronavirus economy: A gigantic experiment reshaping how we work and live

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Alireza Ahmadi

113 days ago

Peacetime CEO/Wartime CEO

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137 days ago

The tech industry loves to talk about ‘moats’ around a business – some mechanic of the product or market that forms a fundamental structural barrier to competition, so that just having a better product isn‘t enough to break in. But there are several ways that a moat can stop working

The End of the Beginning

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Alireza Ahmadi

137 days ago

Fast and maintainable patterns for fetching from a database

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Alireza Ahmadi

142 days ago

Let's Program Like It's 1999 | Lee Byron

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Alireza Ahmadi

158 days ago

Interesting thread on why you should or should not roll "your own authentication 🔑".

Ask HN: How do you currently solve authentication?

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Alireza Ahmadi

175 days ago

Short yet super helpful

Untwisting the Mersenne Twister: How I Killed the PRNG

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Alireza Ahmadi

211 days ago

Microsoft killed my Pappy

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214 days ago

The Risks of Aramco's Record-Setting IPO, Explained | WSJ

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Alireza Ahmadi

215 days ago

Help me ask why you didn't just…

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253 days ago

Reinventing Performance Management

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Alireza Ahmadi

265 days ago

the job of an executive is: to define and enforce culture and values for their whole organization, and to ratify good decisions.

What do executives do, anyway?

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Alireza Ahmadi

268 days ago

Lonely, burned out, and depressed: The state of millennials' mental health entering the 2020s

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Alireza Ahmadi

297 days ago

3 Kinds of Good Tech Debt — Squarespace / Engineering

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297 days ago

The 20-year-old entrepreneur is a lie

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310 days ago

Is Perl 6 Being Renamed?

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Alireza Ahmadi

323 days ago

Cloudflare S-1

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327 days ago

The worst sales promotion in history

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336 days ago

Putin’s Pledge to Ditch the Dollar Is Slowly Becoming a Reality

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350 days ago

Engines of Democracy

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Alireza Ahmadi

352 days ago

How to survive an open office.

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353 days ago

The Assumptions Employees Make When They Don’t Get Feedback

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360 days ago

How Dark deploys code in 50ms

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362 days ago

Software engineering is what happens to programming when you add time and other programmers.

Clear is better than clever

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376 days ago

Undervalued Software Engineering Skills: Writing Well

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Alireza Ahmadi

383 days ago

"The largest benefit, valued at $685.9 billion, came in the "telecommunications" category. Telematics ranked as the second at $325 billion. Location-based services on smartphones was third, valued at $215 billion."

Study finds that a GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day

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Alireza Ahmadi

383 days ago

He spoke my mind; Short yet interesting read.

German Naming Convention

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Alireza Ahmadi

384 days ago

"40,000 elephants"

This Man Shot 40,000 Elephants Before He Figured Out That Herds Of Cows Can Save The Planet

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Alireza Ahmadi

415 days ago

The Condensed Guide to Running Meetings

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Alireza Ahmadi

415 days ago

Nothing Happens Until the Sale Is Made

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Alireza Ahmadi

444 days ago

Follow-up: I found two identical packs of Skittles, among 468 packs with a total of 27,740 Skittles

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445 days ago

Great developers are raised, not hired

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Alireza Ahmadi

454 days ago

Quick and worthy read

Obvious to you. Amazing to others.

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