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.
First I hear about Mauerkrankheit—and I’m not the only one—but a politically triggered rise in mental health problems would explain many things both past and present.
We do our own flavor of attachment parenting and this is still one of my favorite pieces about motherhood.
Farmers are forced to be taught in a “reeducation camp” to use their mobile phones to monitor the status in the greenhouse including CO2, light strength, soil temperature, etc.
A monster post about how China feeds itself which I hope isn’t totally made up.
The dropping arises from the combination of the laissez-faire attitude of Dutch parents along with the incredible safety of the Netherlands. I have been dropped as a child and I never considered that this was a uniquely local experience.
Europe will need its own cloud, but talking will not make it so.
A more than useful read of how the CEO of Ogilvy tries to worm out of the fact that they are doing work selling concentration camps.
An incredible treatment of moving to New York that manages to make SF more than a bit lame in comparison.