Leading the day, we have TechCrunch reporting on layoffs at Groupon. They are dropping 1100 employees and closing operations in 7 countries. This could be a signal that the deal companies could be in trouble. Johanna Rothman continues her series on resource efficiency and flow efficiency. Sam Altman gives us an excellent post on unit […]

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It was fairly quiet yesterday, so nothing big to report. So, leading today we have an interesting post at On Software Efficiency which talks about measuring programmer competency. James K Nelson has an excellent introduction to using React.js for simple forms. Nish Tahir shows us how to use cosine similarity for fuzzy string matching. As […]

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Welcome back from the weekend! Leading today we have First Round Review giving us some simple rules to launch your product. Johanna Rothman has part 3 of a series of posts about resource efficiency vs flow efficiency. As always, Johanna’s posts are always worth reading. By now you have probably already heard about the 16 […]

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Krebs on Security leads the day again with the continuing saga about the skimmers in Mexico. This is really a fascinating story and shows the potential that the skimmer businesses have. On Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about continuous improvement through experiments. It is an interesting way to think about improvement given our productivity focused […]

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Today starts with some news reported by recode, HP will cut up to 30,000 jobs after the company splits. This is not entirely surprising, but it still sucks for a lot of people. Johanna Rothman gives us something interesting to read when she talks about resource efficiency and flow efficiency. On Diary of a ScrumMaster, […]

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