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deploying your react app to heroku with webpack
this tutorial builds things, checks it into git, and has heroku server them directly.
7 days ago
My Advice for Coding Bootcamp Graduates
do big(O). take algorithms courses. =P
10 days ago
Countable
somehow i'd never before considered how people with sleep apnea can kill other people
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11 days ago
Crying
this is amazing. logs incidences of crying plus emotions, times, for over a year, 589 days. graphs and everything.
quantified_self 
11 days ago
All workers need unions – including those in Silicon Valley | Chi Onwurah | Opinion | The Guardian
Today, over 1 million people in the Bay Area are on low-wage jobs that pay only $18 an hour – well below the living wage of $22 an hour. And there is a racial dimension: black and Latino workers comprise 58% of the cleaners, bus drivers, caterers and other subcontractors working for big tech firms, but only 10% of the core tech workforce.
12 days ago
Step by Step Through a Union Campaign
on harvard business review yall

....from july 1981
12 days ago
Ursula K. Le Guin on the Future of the Left - Motherboard
Either we will establish an ecological society or society will go under for everyone, irrespective of his or her status.
12 days ago
World’s Richest Person Escapes Scrutiny From His Own Paper—and Its Rivals | FAIR
A review of 190 articles from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Bezos-owned Washington Post over the past year paints a picture of almost uniformly uncritical–ofttimes boosterish–coverage. None of the articles were investigative exposes, 6 percent leaned negative, 54 percent were straight reporting or neutral in tone, and 40 percent were positive, mostly with a fawning or even press release–like tone.
12 days ago
Peasants of Code | Julianne Tveten
Editor’s note: It has come to our attention that, while not borrowing exact language, this essay appears to take much of its core argument and many of its citations from Ben Tarnoff’s earlier Guardian article, “Tech’s push to teach coding isn’t about kids’ success—it’s about cutting wages” (September 21, 2017), and as such does not meet The Baffler’s editorial standards. We apologize to Mr. Tarnoff and The Guardian.
12 days ago
Addicted to your Smartphone? This Formula is Why | WIRED
But every class begins with his signature framework, Fogg’s Behavior Model. It suggests that we act when three forces—motivation, trigger, and ability—converge.
12 days ago
Envoy, Inc.: Every kind of engineer!
Every kind of engineer!
Posted Feb 6
Envoy, Inc.
Headquarters: San Francisco, CA
https://envoy.com/
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Envoy is on a mission to make the office feel effortless. We create technology that does its job, so people can focus on theirs. For us, it started with the front desk. Signing in with paper and pen used to be the norm, but Envoy set a new standard. It’s simple: Now, visitors everywhere are signing in on iPads. To date, Envoy has helped our customers like Slack, Box, Github and Pinterest welcome over 21 million visitors in more than five thousand offices worldwide.

But visitor management is just the beginning: We’re building a world where you know instantly when packages are delivered; where your office unlocks automatically when you arrive; where you can book a meeting room simply by walking through the door. Companies will provide this to employees and visitors alike with security and style.

We’re aways looking for our next great teammate. Our team is a mix of product engineers creating beautiful, finely polished experiences and folks focusing on scale, reliability, security, and performance. Challenging the status quo of workplace technology is a big problem with almost every type of technical challenge, so we look for fully-formed engineers that love solving problems and finding the best tools for the job.

Our stack is built on PostgreSQL, Redis, Elixir, Ruby, Javascript (Ember,js, React Native), and a few more things and we’re currently hosted on Heroku with some AWS (mostly Lambda), though we are constantly reevaluating as we scale.

We value being a top-notch organization with a strong engineering-driven culture, and have the same high standards with our code, systems, and people. We value learning and growth (and not being bored) and hire diverse, well-rounded, communicative people we can envision being friends with and trusting. Our projects tend to be 2 engineers max, so trust and accountability is required for us to work. Also helps us keep processes & overhead low. We appreciate that we've built a reasonably-sized, high-powered team so far (61 employees including 29 engineers) and are always striving to be the best place to work we can be.

If this sings to you, come join us!

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12 days ago
5 things you should do to get selected for the 2nd phase of your Google-Udacity Scholarship
So this challenge course is designed to help us figure out who has the right mindset for this, who really wants to learn and can show us that they deserve this. This is not a competition against others, this is a competition against yourself, to prove to yourself that you can do this long term.”

— Anais Bourg
12 days ago
People with depression use language differently – here's how to spot it
Those with symptoms of depression use significantly more first person singular pronouns – such as “me”, “myself” and “I” – and significantly fewer second and third person pronouns – such as “they”, “them” or “she”. This pattern of pronoun use suggests people with depression are more focused on themselves, and less connected with others.
12 days ago
QTUM
turing-complete blockchain that executes smart contracts and dapps like ethereum but uses bitcoin's scripts. wtf even am i saying. also it's chinese. WHAT IS HAPPENING
18 days ago
John_Papa - Twitch
building a new angular app every monday night
21 days ago
twilio_Democracy_Is_Built_on_Communication.pdf
twilio whitepaper on how it drives civic engagement
4 weeks ago
Nuclear deterrence is more ideology than theory | Aeon Essays
we're not just in a dark forest with deterrence as the only way to survive??? lol
5 weeks ago
d3fc
Components for building interactive charts with D3(v4)
7 weeks ago
The Glowing Python: Forecasting beer consumption with sklearn
In this post we will see how to implement a straightforward forecasting model based on the linear regression object of sklearn. The model that we are going to build is based on the idea idea that past observations are good predictors of a future value. Using some symbols, given xn−k,...,xn−2,xn−1 we want to estimate xn+h where h is the forecast horizon just using the given values.
7 weeks ago
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