Avichal Garg argues that hiring a well-rounded, well-coordinated team which plays off its members’ strengths goes farther than hiring a single well-rounded developer.
I like the concept, but it’s light on evidence. Is there supporting data, not anecdotes, that hiring such a 10x team is more economical than hiring a smaller group of so-called … Read more
If you ever get an error message of “configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables” when executing brew install readline, then do what’s suggested in a related Homebrew issue:
brew edit readline Comment out the line which starts with ENV.universal_binary. Re-execute your previous brew … Read more
I like to-do lists. Every day I’m either making one or maintaining one. I don’t trust my brain to remember lists, so I write them down. Big whoop, you say, and so do I. Lists are nothing special. And yet, many people don’t take advantage of lists and instead keep their to-do items in their … Read more