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Arjun
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GitLab Apr 10
It's Global ! 🎉 We think work carries tons of benefits for individuals, communities, and the environment. Here are some of our favorite tips for how to make the most of it:
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Arjun Apr 10
My latest post on principles I have found useful to navigate work and life
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Arjun Apr 9
If this is true, that is kind of mind-blowing. Reminds me of the quote "Is your blue my blue?"
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Arjun Apr 9
Replying to @HarryStebbings
Totally agree with you. It's disingenuous to project your own inability to complete/comprehend tasks by painting everyone with a broad brush of them being aimless.
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Naval Apr 9
Solve via iteration. Then get paid via repetition.
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Garry() Apr 6
Talkers vs makers Talkers basically need to attract makers to succeed, and its unpredictable whether they do during the course of even a full career Makers can just keep making and they will be discovered sooner or later as long as they are good and make things people want
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taotetek Apr 5
I am completely over the phrase "cloud native". I'm running things in data centers while managing them with a control plane and observing them with logs and metrics. I was also doing this 20 years ago. The tools have gotten better and the marketing speak has gotten worse.
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Frank Wiles Apr 4
I know they say you should never invent your own authentication, but I think I'm onto something here with JET (JSON Emoji Token). It's like JWT but with 100% more emoji!
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Arjun Apr 2
Replying to @buritica
There was this one time on the street when someone told me "you f***in Indian" and I was like "why yes, that's true" 🤷🏾‍♂️
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Graham Lea Apr 2
Replying to @evolvable
There's another takeaway here: The next time you get impacted by some legacy code, don't think to yourself "What were they thinking?!" but instead "What were their assumptions way back then?" It's a good way to instil empathy for those that came before you.
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Arjun Apr 2
“The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle.” - Steve Jobs
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Arjun Mar 27
This is it man. Inspiring greatness in the next generation!
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Arjun Mar 22
"pay for what you use" is the easiest thing providers came up with, to make money
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Arjun Mar 21
My first investor will be 🙏
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Arjun Mar 20
"No good cause suffers from lack of money" - Madhav Pai
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Kelsey Hightower Mar 19
Hire the right people but not before you fire the wrong people.
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Steve Schlafman 🌎 Mar 16
“You likely have to get management approval for a $500 expense...but you can call a 1 hour meeting with 20 people and no one notices.” — (in ‘Brave New Work’)
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Kim🌻 Mar 16
I've stopped listening to all the design podcasts and started listening to comedy ones and my mornings have improved 100x bc I'm not constantly worrying about career development and whatever the heck design tool is the best
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Naval Mar 15
Ten simple truths:
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getify Mar 12
Are weathermen and developers basically the only professions where you are in effect paid to make educated guesses?
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