A Letter to Jamie Dimon
Great read and opinion on the cryptocurrencies
Multi-part article about best practices for styleguides.
Very detailed & lots of examples
Nice little hidden feature to turn off notifications
Even if it’s complicated, this looks like a great way to have container queries in css before it actually becomes a standard.
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.
Great short talk about the value of passion + persistence. Via @simonraess
He's just one of the best at making analogies that explain complex concepts.
Great short explanations of a few biases in the context of programming
Jeremy sharing his thoughts about CSS utility classes movement
Great post to go further in the CSS utility classes vs components classes debate. Spoiler: it's not black and white
Great reminder of small steps to care more about yourself
TIL Poop transplant is a thing
Probably would change some of the points but this phone contract is a good food for thought. Not just for kids but for anyone.
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."
Great GraphQL introduction
Ultra three shaking!
Let's not fear arguing and let's do it well
Great article that lays out a few options to help fight depression with better sleep.
Great write up on why medium moved away from holacraty. Few but golden infos about what they want to do differently
Good decision-making implies alignment, not consensus.
Great essay about meeting with many ressources
Which suggests that hating meetings might be akin to hating traffic, families or parties — just another way to express our deep ambivalence about that hard fact of existence: other people.
Well explained phenomena about how social media creates poorly informed partisans
I believe the tips in this article aren't reserved for tech leads but for any team member.
I like how the author exposes his opinion while still balancing it. It's not black or white and although I wouldn't agree on all he had some fair points.
Don't be scared of disagreements
Leading with core values, making decisions based on shared values, agreeing to disagree from time to time, making bold decisions, having better information — these are much easier to do, to feel good about, and to defend.