It’s 2019 and uploading an application to Apple is still a nightmare-ish pursuit. I am so glad to be done with Apple’s bullshit.
Mid to large size teams can accrue dependencies like a katamari and then they’ll be wondering why their node_modules has become unworkably big. That is only one reason to adopt a quick RFC process for engineering decisions that have the potential to affect a bunch of people.
Dear Mr. Alper Cugun,
Thank you for your request.
A good coverage with medical services and an adequate access for all population groups belong to the central intentions of Health Policy. The question how many doctors will be needed for a suitable supply of the people and how an adequate distribution of doctors can be reached is as nearly as old as the statutory health insurance itself. The GKV-Spitzenverband is a member of the “Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss (G-BA)”, a committee that decides on legal norms on a federal level, including the “Bedarfsplanungs-Richtlinie”. That is the fundamental basis of the planning policy for outpatient doctors in the regions. Actually, the G-BA decided to change some of the norms and to increase the number of paediatricians by approximately 400.
Berlin as a metropole has altogether a very high level of doctors in the outpatient care. That includes also the number of paediatricians. In this respect, we have no shortage of paediatricians in general. Nevertheless, as in many other regions we have partially problems with a good distribution of these doctors.
For Information about concrete measures to improve the supply situation, please contact the KV Berlin. If you have problems to find a paediatrician, you can try the online search engine of the KV Berlin. There you will find nearly 400 paediatricians in Berlin (https://www.kvberlin.de/61arztsuche_en/index.html). You also can call or contact the “Terminservicestelle” of the KV Berlin. That is a special service center of the KV, that arranges appointments with doctors for you, if you can´t find a doctor on your own.
I hope this information will be helpful for you.
Referat 2140 – Bedarfsplanung, Psychotherapie, neue Versorgungsformen
I think they told me to go fuck myself. But in any case our problem finding a pediatrician has been solved through other means.
“I offer this: literature can save a life. Just one life at a time.”
Teju Cole is a treasure.
With some minor adjustments, this entire piece about the systematic advantaging of the automobile is applicable to Germany as well.
Parents driving their kids to school endanger kids who walk to school which gives parents a justification not to let their kids walk to school and thus drive them.
An impressive application of the strangle vine pattern to rewrite the Slack desktop client which everybody loved to hate. The write-up reads rather matter-of-fact but the process to get there most likely was not.
Pollution from internal combustion engines is killing everybody slowly and here we are in a country that can’t be bothered to regulate diesel engines into oblivion.
Reading Shopify’s approach to keeping their merchant’s secure at their humongous scale seems to come down to the radical standardization of everything. People think this is boring (it isn’t) but it has tons of benefits beyond just security.
One good example with an open sourced tool over at Slack of how they’ve implemented their Security Development Lifecycle to enable their developers to move forward confidently.
For most managers these responses should come naturally, but still good to reflect on how to deal positively with employees giving notice.