We’ve been duping ourselves, believing that packing a virtual room with faces on a screen every week fosters inclusivity, collaboration, and productivity. Yet, often, particularly in distributed teams, sync meetings devolve into grids of nodding heads, with only a few voices leading the conversation.[continue reading...]
There’s a narrative in tech companies that often goes untold: “Open product feedback.” It’s a tale of transformation. Not the kind celebrated in startup blogs, but the kind that slowly eats into the company itself. A vibrant and innovative culture turned into an over-calculated shadow of its past.[continue reading...]
The “Most Respectful Interpretation” model has sneaked into the remote working culture. It explains that you are supposed to interpret every message in the best possible light, believing the sender had only the best intentions.[continue reading...]
Many times, we become victims of our own choices. Not just the bad ones, but even worse, the choices that stick around well past their expiration date.[continue reading...]
Not all learning has to be confined within classroom walls or follow a rigid checklist. Often, the most valuable lessons emerge as we venture off the beaten path.[continue reading...]
One of the most exciting (yet obscure) changes with iOS 16.4 is the @backDeployed attribute in Swift.[continue reading...]
AI blowing us away with its superhuman abilities is cool, but that’s the tip of the iceberg. The real magic of AI, especially in search, is its availability and affordability.
With traditional search engines, you still have to dig and check a few sites[continue reading...]
Let’s assume you lead a development team and you’re given the following list of priorities.
Next year’s priorities:
- Improve app stability
- Improve app performance
While it might be tempting to go for the cheapest option, when it comes to your work tools, it’s not worth it in the long run.[continue reading...]