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Jamison Dance
family and eng management and and and 🏋 and 🏂 and computing and business and the Dunning-Krueger effect
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Matt Pennig 20h
Once a year, for 12 hours (7a-7p), any Pull Request will be accepted without any review whatsoever. All tech debt is legal. Introducing: The Merge
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Sam Kottler Sep 16
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Jamison Dance Sep 15
Replying to @echoes2099
Also my company has 2.3 million employees, so changing the way the whole company uses email is not really an option
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Jamison Dance Sep 15
Replying to @echoes2099
Most are automated or sent to large mailing lists.
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Jamison Dance Sep 15
Replying to @rouzbeh84
I have 12. Taking six weeks at once and spreading the rest out.
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Replying to @yomilly
I keep trying to yell “whale quench” at my inbox but it does nothing
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
This is cool, haven’t seen it!
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Replying to @peterpme
Can’t, this is work emails sent directly to me or mandatory mailing lists
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Replying to @evanplaice
That’s not an option where I work. Email is for important announcements that must be read. The problem is it’s also for a bunch of other random stuff
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
I got 7,500 unfiltered emails over five weeks of paternity leave. Only 43 of them were actionable. That’s 99.5% noise. What have you folks done to increase the signal in email? I’ve got a lot of filters already but maybe I need more?
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Every time I click on the "Explore" tab in Twitter my life gets worse.
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Replying to @tom_on_the_net
Thank you, glad you enjoyed all of it!
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Jamison Dance Sep 14
Replying to @little_bret
Thank you Bret!
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Jamison Dance Sep 13
gaming keyboards are great as long as you can put up with the requirement to periodically sprinkle some Dorito dust on them to keep them fed
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Jamison Dance Sep 13
I wrote about fact-checking technical arguments and the fun you have reading underlying sources:
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Jamison Dance Sep 13
Nope, it was a GAMING KEYBOARD from Best Buy that I actually ended up liking a lot.
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Jamison Dance Sep 13
Replying to @cmnstmntmn @djsmith42
I think Dave’s talking about prose documents.
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Jamison Dance Sep 13
I had a keyboard w reds that I really liked but my cats knocked a water bottle over on it :(
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Jamison Dance Sep 12
Replying to @lara_hogan
Love love love this idea
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Dave Smith Sep 12
Incorporating feedback into a doc is like refactoring code. But you have no tools like unit tests to validate the doc still "works". Consequently, you have to re-read the whole doc every time you make non-trivial changes. This motivates writers to keep docs: 1. Short 2. DRY
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