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Something to read 📖
On Leaving Facebook
I left Facebook (Meta) in 2021 to join a small startup called Replit. Leaving wasn’t easy, and
during the process I’ve talked to half a dozen friends who were in the similar situation. I hope
this post would be useful to senior engineers who are looking to leave.
Distributed work’s five levels of autonomy
Given the moment we’re currently living through, we naturally touched on the way companies are
adapting to a new reality — one where remote work is a model to which they must adapt.
Hire managers of one
When you’re hiring, seek out people who are managers of one. What’s that mean? A manager of one
is someone who comes up with their own goals and executes
them. They don’t need heavy direction. They don’t need daily check-ins.
Something to watch 📺
React for the Haters in 100 Seconds
React is the most popular JS framework ever, but some web developers out there say it
sucks. Let's take a look at the criticisms and hate directed towards React.js.
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while also having the possibility to come to our AMAZING offices."
Tangelo Games is looking for a UX Designer (Gaming)
"Tangelo Games is today a leading publisher and developer of social and casual
videogames. As our next UX Designer, you will be part of our Product team and contribute
to ensure our games are usable, accessible, and meet our player’s needs."
How To Become A Web3 Developer
This is a beginners guide to navigating the confusing world of web3. Everyone is talking about
web3, and there’s crazy money flowing into this space. Since the web3 industry is relatively
new, there are not a lot of resources, and a lot of them are not updated.