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The incredible origin story of Yahoo from start to $850m IPO in 2 years.
Why I joined Temporal.io
A sampling of Tori Kelly on "Quarantea with Tori".
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
A powerful property of Apple's name that I had never considered before.
Two anecdotes from StackOverflow founder Joel Spolsky, on how Google and Amazon wrote elegant software that balances simplicity and power.
Community is so hot right now, but nobody ever talks about the downsides.
I was invited to present for GitHub's Office of the CTO and chatted dev community with Idan Gazit and Brian Douglas!
An amazing cover of a classic computer game song.
You're no better than anyone else, and no one is better than you.
The questions and rituals to prepare for death, practically and emotionally.
Write it down, practice it a lot, watch how people react.
The Nuclear Option for overriding Fear of Spiders.
My thoughts on shipping The Coding Career Handbook as a Side Project, and tips and tricks on how to do it well.
A beautiful arrangement and performance of the song from Hamilton
Why the future is remote work and location independent pay.
Snorkel.ai CEO Alex Ratner explains the big idea behind SnorkelFlow and I explain why I think it's a big deal.
I've moved back to the US! An audio update.
I joined Alexey Grigorev's DataTalks.Club podcast to talk How to Market Yourself (without Being a Celebrity).
The theme song of humanity.
5 tips to improve your writing.
Everything is copied - although Apple didn't copy as much from Xerox as most people say.
dbt is taking the data eng world by storm. this is the best 10 minutes i've heard on it.
Meditations on the meaning of life from Morrie Schwartz and Maya Angelou.
I am a mentor for the Notion Advanced track of Tiago Forte's Building a Second Brain, Cohort 12. This is the cleaned up audio of the last of 5 mentorship sessions with Q&A at the end.
I just watched the new In The Heights movie and had to mixtape my favorite moments!
How people unintentionally obstruct progress by asking for perfectly reasonable things.
Listen to Cloudflare's pitch when it was just 3 people at TechCrunch. Would you have invested?
The extremes people go to in order to reinforce a personal brand.
A short story with a message of hope for the future, recommended and read by a unique, brilliant mind.