Not every day I find a great blog with interviews about leadership, and even rarer to find one that is this good and in German.
I want to echo this and add that once you realize what the git `master` refers to, it is unconscionable that we reproduce it so often and so callously every day of our working lives. (Disclosure: Alicia reports to me.)
I’ve always felt that programming is more similar to languages than to mathematics. The number of hard maths problems that we solve as part of this work are really limited, the number of language problems on the other hand is immense.
This interview with Marc Andreessen is mostly interesting for the talk about productivity and operations.
Challengers are great if they carry both sets of qualities: both questioning and delivering.
A useful overview of engineering manager archetypes to reflect and contrast the various responsibilities that managers can take on.
A very thorough treatment of how “Good Intent” is harmful to diversity and inclusion.
I had put the Ray Dalio book on my do-not-read pile even before knowing exactly how evil it is.
A lovely set of easter eggs hidden in Switzerland’s official maps.
An overview of the philosophical and technical revolutions that are necessary to be able to develop in production. It’s a long way but I believe even the journey to get there is worth it.