Seth Godin leads the day again with a post about entitlement and worthiness. Basically, don’t assume you are owed anything, you need to work at things in order to be rewarded. Troy Hunt talks about a large security breach at 000webhost that the company is trying to keep quiet. It is an interesting story and […]

continue reading.....

We start our day with an interesting look at software outsourcing from yegor256.com. ┬áRackspace announces Carina, their container service powered by Docker Swarm. Another interesting post can be found on Java Code Geeks, where they talk about the process of choosing a data management solution. This one is interesting because it really does look like […]

continue reading.....

Seth Godin starts our day with another excellent post, this one talking about bravery. This is not the heroism type, but the bravery in our daily lives. Matthew Daniels talks about the new trend of journalist engineers, where the stories are almost all about data and visualization, and only accompanied by some text. On DZone […]

continue reading.....

Paul Graham leads the day with hist post about writing like you talk. Paul doesn’t write too frequently, but when he does, you should probably listen. Gil Zilberfeld talks about how you can’t build an MVP if you are expecting it to make money. It is an interesting perspective on a hot current trend. On […]

continue reading.....

Leading today, we have The Verge reporting on the FCC publicly shaming robocallers and telemarketers. For personal things, I am not a fan of public shaming. However, when it comes to fairly seedy business practices, I am a big fan, especially in this case. Mozilla announces their open source support program. This is just a […]

continue reading.....

<< Older Entries