I am by no means a PS expert. Heck, I dont even rate myself a power user. This page though has a lot of great information for people who are starting to get into PS a little deeper and looking for tips on good practices for performance and structure.
“dear managers, here’s a list of 10 items you should stop doing! love, your no. 1 best programmer pal, duretti2019/02/21
Very good points for leading teams of all types. Do you want people to respect you? Respect them first and be aware of what behaviours can trigger some people.
via duretti hirpa 🎁 on Twitter: “dear managers, here’s a list of 10 items you should stop doing! love, your no. 1 best programmer pal, duretti 1. putting 10 minutes on my calendar for a “quick chat” with no context. it makes me think i’m gonna get fired 2. heck, just messaging and saying “have a minute?””
From one to many: Account sprawl With an email and a credit card anyone can sign up for AWS. And everyone did to the point that, if you are part of the team managing the AWS infrastructure at your organization, you’ve had to wrestle with this for some time now.
Saving this link for future reference. It’s a really neat comparison of human timescales and computer timescales. via The Infinite Space Between Words
I started using VS Code on Monday this week and i’m really enjoying it. Having used Atom for a long while it is refreshing to find an editor and IDE that looks great and feels robust.
I did some poking around to find information about excellent tweaks and extensions to run and so far this site has delivered the goods. The theme and font suggestion alone is A+.