We have another good mix of articles for today. Edmund Kirwan talks about structural simplicity. This is important as it helps with understanding and maintenance of your codebase. Mozilla Hacks continues their series of articles on ES6, with this one about Collections. On Flowing Data, there is a cool visualization hack using Microsoft Excel to […]

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Today we have a good mix of articles. First, we have an interesting bit of social engineering from Graham Cluley and how to get access to an email account based on someone’s mobile number. Next, Pat Kua talks about the role of the tech lead and their circles of responsibility. Lastly, there are three cool […]

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There are lots of good articles today. In the development section, Luke Wagner talks about WebAssembly and the companies that will be involved in the new initiative. Even though the large vendors are all playing nice for now, I expect to see performance comparisons well before any of them make it available to the public. […]

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We continue our streak of career and startup related articles leading the day. First, on Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about the qualities of empathy. This one is timely for me due to some recent events in my personal life, and it is a good read for everyone. Andrew Chen talks about the product death […]

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Today we have more job and process related goodness. First, Allan Kelly talks about the difference between scarcity and slack, particularly in the real of agile planning. It is definitely an interesting idea and one that I will be looking into. On Job Tips For Geeks, Dave Fecak talks about how engineers get found (or […]

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