@ChrisHarrisJr Unless it’s January 2016 in Denver, Colorado. 20-18.
@CouRageJD Pretty funny. :-) get @NZXT to track that kid down and give him a dream PC. It’s a thankful time of year, just sayin’
@donttrythis Not as elaborate as some, but just finalizing an organizer for my leather tools. https://t.co/RlM2XVhcUz
@AqibTalib21 Such a joke. 40+ on them last week, was never even close.
@daringfireball @gruber one thing for a CEO to be pissed. Another for them to overwork employees and pretend it’s a good career move. Not to mention the public shaming bs.
Sure, maybe the bad culture runs deeper. Maybe The Verge was a tool.
Still. Damning behavior. And the firing was deserved.
@techgirl1908 So true.
I’ll just leave this here.
@bstokley14 Just me or is Lindsay totally underutilized so far.
@putthison back to basics. So much unique fashion commentary (which is cool in small doses) but I’d love those FAQ and etiquette posts back.
Just a reminder. The journey is where the joy is at.
If all you do is live to ship and get happiness from task accomplishment you’re in for a long road of temporary highs and “what’s next” syndrome.
Focus on good people and the journey. It’s where the joy’s at.
@sheelah_b We’re hiring for a Sr. UX Engineer on my team at Caliber Home Loans, if you’re interested I can send along a link and mention it to our recruiting team.
Hello world! Meet Graham, the newest member of the family :) https://t.co/bCnmkQkmBR
@gruber @daringfireball John. Come on, using the term “brain dead” in a public slack is shaming in front of ones peers. It’s unprofessional, demeaning, and inappropriate. And this isn’t the only issue.
Your defense is not on point here.
This wasn’t a private review where a small group got called out. https://t.co/qAFmYF1Vgd
@richeddy @TheStalwart As long as that’s what success looks like to *that* person. The problem is when that person mandates it for a greater group (I.e. team or company) because it’s what success means to them.
We all should be okay with different definitions of success, and accommodate as we can.
@clairej98 @juliamooon @KatHilburn @carawoelffer8
Random guy finds this amusing.
If only I could do this on a macro scale. https://t.co/WW6YxSuDMa
@aluckenthusiast @bstokley14 They’re
HTML and CSS aren’t going anywhere.
That is all.
@gruber @daringfireball First off I would avoid that public venue. And if I didn’t, here’s a stab:
“Clearly we’re missing important details with these tags, and we need to get on top of this ASAP as it’s a big CX brand problem. Team, what can we do to nail this? How can I assist, it’s very important.”
@KevinGiszewski Whenever you wanna see a great umbraco developer just look at this sweet pic. Haha. Enjoy #uWest16! https://t.co/ghii4xRoQr
Warby Parker with the absolute best service and support again. Really impressed every time I use them.
A few good things.
1. Most people seem focused on doing what’s right.
2. We get to problem solve together.
3. The environment gets a break.
4. Business opens door to more remote (permanently).
5. We all unify once this is done.
6. We all respect science a bit more.
7. Yay pets!
@ChrisHarrisJr held a team to negative yards in the first half. Amazing performance. O-line is letting you guys down.
Our honeymoon has been stunning. Full of great views and incredible food. The Greek people are so genuine and happy. https://t.co/fAn6c19IVK
Well, I can confirm London and Santorini were both incredible and full of amazing people. But damn if Denver isn’t the best place on earth.
@danbenjamin Always and forever. Monaco