I chose tech because it was the only thing I was motivated to do.
But every big tech company rejected or ignored me when I applied. I made very little for a while.
I’m incredibly fortunate that, eventually, @davidkarp took a chance on me and our combo of work and luck paid off. https://twitter.com/warrenjday/status/1345396651943481351
happy to finally release Zuko!
it's a basic Lisp-like programming language that i first started work on earlier this year and finally finished it up this block leave.
go check it out on GitHub
When you only have one direction to take, take it. https://twitter.com/mcuban/status/265324459802636288
Taskade 3.0 is live on Product Hunt! 🚀
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I think Atwood's Law need an upgrade.
Founders worry too much about highly funded competitors. Usually funding matters less than the founders' ability. In the short term, a highly funded competitor can hurt you by e.g. lowering prices. But if you survive long enough, it will ultimately become a test of ability.
RT @[email protected]
The better testing/tracking you have, the less social distancing you need to achieve equivalent health outcomes. You can focus social distancing efforts more precisely at people who are sick or at immediate risk of being sick and others can get back to normal life a bit more.
If having most employees working from home makes it harder to have meetings, companies may actually be more productive.