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Sascha Diercks
Lead Frontend Developer • Designer & Maker of useful Things. • , and • he/him Propably nerd
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Cory House Jun 22
Worth documenting: -Onboarding process (Machine setup, access requests) -Offboarding process (*Remove* access) -Team norms -Dev environment URLs, machine names, etc -Branching strategy -Deploy process -CI/CD config -App architecture -Definition of done -Code review checklist
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Kim Moir 15 Mar 18
The hardest problem in computer science is that culture takes more time to change than code
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Sascha Diercks Jun 21
Really, install this if you’re working with Projects in Code - and you probably do :)
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The Washington Post Jun 21
Review: Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch.
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Cory House Jun 20
Replying to @housecor
Within a few months, over half the team quit. Why? Because developers are motivated by impact. Money isn't enough. The result matters.
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Ian Barnard Jun 20
Scary Client Feedback Designed As Classic Horror Movie Posters by
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Brad Frost Jun 20
Irrespective of the specific tools and technologies you use, the atomic design process is the same. Through the lens of creating a screen, build out the components you need to make that screen. Repeat that process for all subsequent screens.
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Sascha Diercks Jun 20
Awesome tipp! I was very much in search of this!
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Sascha Diercks Jun 19
Whiteboard-coding (noun) - when the infrastructure fails and doesn‘t allow you to show code on a screen and you are forced to show code on a whiteboard.
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Jon Kuperman Jun 18
This site is just so good
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Sascha Diercks Jun 18
As a frontend developer our work is done at the intersection of marketing, backend and design. Sadly, we are often handed tasks to just complete without asking questions. „Build this layout. Make this look pretty, etc“ We should bring people together to improve the process.
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Tim Pritlove Jun 18
Das ist so ein bisschen wie diese T-Shirt-Faltvideos, wo man sich auch fragt, was man eigentlich bisher da immer gemacht hat.
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Danila Ulyanov Jun 17
We have released ! It is GPU physically-correct renderer for web. Import your OBJ model, configure the scene, and save the rendering result. Model from RTs appreciated!
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ppk 🇪🇺 Jun 17
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Alex 🌚 Jun 17
Small details and context matter. Shopping bag or privacy icon?
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Laurie Jun 15
If you are a lead in any capacity your primary job is no longer to be the best coder in the room. Your job is to invest in learning the skills you need to effectively communicate and grow those you lead. Your words have the potential to sit with people for years, act accordingly.
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Sascha Diercks Jun 16
Became a and installed Doom 3. The graphics are still ok, but the atmosphere is 👍💯
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Sascha Diercks Jun 16
Especially true if you‘re into CRO
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Amir Salihefendić Jun 16
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” — Will Durant
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Alex 🌚 Jun 15
A healthy relationship between a designer and developer is so important. We can make each other better and the product for our users. 🤝
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