The coronavirus pandemic is rapidly evolving. I believe that we all have the desire to contribute and help others but there is no easy way to find, sort and take advantage of all the amazing and resourceful people that are willing to help devote their time and energy to dampening this crisis.
To help people find the resources and relief that they need I’ve created a real-time Google sheet where you can find the latest resources, by category and by geography.
Here you will find everything including free mental health chat services, pro-bono legal and financial counseling, first-come/first-serve $500 relief grants and a list of products and software that are being offered for free or a steep discount. …
A crowdsourced book project powered by people and robots.
Today I’m announcing a new project where we will be writing a book about the future of work.
This will be a story where people from all walks of life get to tell their versions of what they think the future of work will be for them.
Hopes, fears, ideas and inspirations.
From the autoworkers whose jobs are dwindling due to automation to the accountant where software is literally crunching-out their world to freelancer tasks being increasingly mimicked by AI.
The most talented developers in the world can be found on GitHub. What if there was an easy, fast and free way to find, rank and recruit them? I’ll show you exactly how to do this in less than a minute using free tools and a process that I’ve hacked together to vet top tech talent at BizPayO.
For many of the side-projects, I work on collaborating with the best developers in machine learning/AI, blockchain and cryptocurrency are often a matter of checking out the most popular projects on GitHub then helping each other with open-source projects.
This is a short tutorial on how to scrape data on the top developers from GitHub and export quickly into a spreadsheet. …