Laboratories of innovation
An age old promise of state government independence is the 'Laboratories of Democracy’ claim. This is one I am sympathetic toward. Sadly, sharing (and learning) tends to happen less than we would hope. States do really smart things and then end up being the…
Focus is the currency of tomorrow (today)
Couldn’t agree more. Nothing is more depressing than reading the deeply partisan rants of family members and casual friends from college.
On top of that, we’ll look back on social media the way we now look back at…
Great and encouraging
My team could definitely use this advice. The bug backlog is the trickiest aspect. How did you treat features that were known as buggy, but likely to go away or be rewritten, soon?
Probably the most important functional iterative method to know. Virtually every other one (map, filter, reject, groupBy, indexBy, not all native) can be implemented using reduce.
I grew up playing classical music. Discipline was the fundamental long term value that parents and teachers sought via this method. At that time, discipline was primarily the path apart from boredom and simple alternatives that were forms of junk-food-like entertainment…
What you are asking for is outrageous! It’s far too reasonable.
In all seriousness. These are great ideas.
I also think consumers also need to be better shoppers and request these kinds of qualities in projects they use and…
Positive & negative incentives
Marie Kondo’s approach has a focus on positivity and joy. This approach focuses on the negativity of shame. Thinking about my family going through my stuff gives me a different viewpoint on certain items. Although a fan of the KonMari method, it still allows…