wirehead + blog   67

On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs | Strike! Magazine
"what does it say about our society that it seems to generate an extremely [low] demand for talented poet-musicians?"
blog  from twitter
august 2013 by wirehead
City 0.1
RT : This is fantastic work: algorithmically generated cities, in JS! RT : City Generator 0.1
blog  from twitter
august 2013 by wirehead
Blameless PostMortems and a Just Culture « Code as Craft
RT : A coworker's statement "I was doing a dumb database operation in prod" led to this Etsy Engineering post:
blog  from twitter
july 2013 by wirehead
Excuses For Lazy Coders
"It's an unexpected emergent behaviour of several last minute abstractions"
blog  from twitter
july 2013 by wirehead
Linux Kernel Internships (OPW) Update | The Geekess
RT : 13 days, 374 patches sent, 137 accepted. Our applicants for kernel internships are amazing!
ephemera  blog  from twitter
may 2013 by wirehead
Twitter / GooglePoetics: take me to the rivertake me ...
RT : take me to the river
take me to your heart
take me to a useless website

ephemera  blog  from twitter
may 2013 by wirehead
Hacker School User's Manual - Hacker School
Hacker School User's Manual has awesome social rules. @juliepagano at #PyCon2014
ephemera  blog  from delicious
may 2013 by wirehead
Bacon is bad for you. // Speaker Deck
RT : Bacon is bad for you (and so is monoculture): A really great set of slides + message from .
ephemera  blog  from twitter
april 2013 by wirehead
Twitter / imhobson: Geek productivity at work ...
RT : Geek productivity at work:

The graph is incredibly accurate.
ephemera  blog  from twitter
april 2013 by wirehead
JavaScript for Cats
RT : JavaScript For Cats ("So easy your human companion could do it too!")
ephemera  blog  from twitter
march 2013 by wirehead
Twitter / angelinamagnum: We need to be teaching people ...
@angelinamagnum We need to be teaching people that failure on a small scale is a part of programming, and that there is no shame in it. Be open about it.
blog 
march 2013 by wirehead
Twitter / DanaDanger: A day in the life of an engineer ...
A day in the life of an engineer who has appointments scheduled at 2-3 hour intervals.
ephemera  blog 
february 2013 by wirehead
If You Think You're Good At Multitasking, You Probably Aren't : Shots - Health News : NPR
"People sometimes think multitasking means greater productivity," Sanbonmatsu told Shots. "That's not what the findings in the literature say at all. A lot of times people multitask because they can't focus on the task that's most important to them."
ephemera  blog 
january 2013 by wirehead

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