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Takk for det, og godt å høre :)
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RT : Et nikk til og i mitt seneste innlegg på bloggen til "Ingen liker å bruke t…
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RT : I feel inordinately lucky to have fallen in with such a crowd of people who are trying, loudly and in public, to se…
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Awesome, thanks! They give us beer tomorrow at around 15:00 but I hope…
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1) Dolittle is open source under the MIT license. We are building out a man…
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1) Dolittle is open source under the MIT license. We are building out a managed Dolittle Service which wi…
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Today in the middle of Oslo the has a stand about GDPR
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I'm very excited to announce that I've joined the program committee of the Mobile Era Conference (),…
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Empathy is the mindset; compassion is the act. You need both.
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TypeScript has a better type system than e.g. C#, as any object with the properties specified in an inter…
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BTW, in modern javascript you can mess with instanceOf using Symbol.hasInstance. This way it doesn't hav…
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Because spread is immutable while Object.assign changes the original object, which is often bad.

Spread…
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This day has been very frustrating, code-wise and very elucidating, domain-wise. Also - the sea a lot colder now th…
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3 days ago
Hitting refresh – dolittle – Medium
RT : was first out to post on our blog at . Enjoy his wisdom! -
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The corollary ... if you’re a startup and you aren’t capitalizing on the “agility bonus” then you have no excuse :)…
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RT : Writing highly readable code gets you about 10% of the way towards developing understandable systems.

What other g…
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RT : Passionate problem solvers crave a sense of impact, momentum, challenge, camaraderie & coherence. Yet so much noise…
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RT : Software developers:

An extra hour of sleep each night is going to help your learning much more than an extra hour…
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RT : 🔥 Don't be afraid to "think outside the database" — your UI doesn't need to map one-to-one with your data's fields…
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11 years ago today a couple of best friends said their vows to one another, and started a new chapter in an amazing…
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6 days ago
(429) https://twitter.com/i/web/status/997770818359844864
Startup diary: You can learn how to thrive from the best startups
(Each week I write a "rea…
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Startup diary: You can learn how to thrive from the best startups - Independent.ie
Startup diary: You can learn how to thrive from the best startups
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RT : Think the Laurel or Yanny thing is weird?

You can hear the words ‘Brainstorm’ or ‘Green Needle’ based on which wor…
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RT : This is how user interfaces should work. Typically CRUD makes users think because it's all data encoding. Actual UX…
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RT : “Empathy is at the heart of design. Without the understanding of what others see, feel, and experience, design is…
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RT : I think there's a very big overlap between and UX Research (very different from UI, mind yo…
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RT : If you're fortunate and put in the work, you'll become truly proficient at a few major skills in your career.

For…
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Ever wonder why older R code tends to use camelCase instead of snake_case? In ancient R, an underscore could be use…
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9 days ago
No social media in the mornings - Wrap up
Does this really work?🤔
Yes. Next question!
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10 days ago
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strict no-comments policy in action
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11 days ago
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It always comes back to two factors:
Communication and trust
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14 days ago
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Are you going to or do you just feel like a beer in the sun? For the 8th year in a row, we'll meet up the…
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Agile is no more or less than
* work in small increments
* get feedback
* take engineering seriously

If someone…
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15 days ago
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✎ Confession time: I've had a hell of a time getting my head around . I wrote about why I'm struggling here…
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16 days ago
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What some developers don't want you to know about commit messages will make you cry.
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18 days ago
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The examples of employee dissent and employer responses/actions in the comments section are worthy of a read... 😲
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22 days ago
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Typically when we argue for or against something, the objective motivating us is not seeking enlightenment, but at…
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Kunstig intelligens er god på å samarbeide med mennesker sier på Atea Norge sitt frokostseminar i ku…
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Scott, your examples are privileged, your language is privileged. Privilege…
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I usually don't endorse a product that i use but when you find something as cool and valuable as you jus…
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Artigo bem legal sobre eficiência x eficácia em times de pessoas desenvolvedoras. Me lembra muito do comen…
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For anyone else wanting to know why the whole furore about "Craftsman" is important, here's some research for you.…
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This made me feel awesome and strengthen my resolve to do more. Would love to see more people lift each other up -…
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