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DPL Reading List – January 11, 2019

DPL Reading List – January 11, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. To Cope with Stress, Try Learning Something New – “So what else can employees do to temper the ill effects of stress? Our research suggests a third option: focusing on learning. This can mean...

The Product Design Lifecycle, Part 1

The Product Design Lifecycle, Part 1

Those who attended my Vogon Poetry talk on November 13 will notice that we’ve made a few changes to some of the visualizations that I shared. As with our software development processes, we take an iterative approach to just about everything that we do—reacting to...

DPL Reading List – January 4, 2019

DPL Reading List – January 4, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. The Worst Hacks of 2018 – “After years of targeted hacks, epic heists, and run of the mill data breaches you might think that institutions would be getting wise to the importance of strong...

DPL Reading List – December 28, 2018

DPL Reading List – December 28, 2018

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. The Yoda of Silicon Valley – “For half a century, the Stanford computer scientist Donald Knuth, who bears a slight resemblance to Yoda — albeit standing 6-foot-4 and wearing glasses — has reigned as...

Quick Look – Angular Async / Await

Quick Look – Angular Async / Await

These days, Async / Await is old hat for most C# developers. Using it in C# land makes async programming almost as readable as synchronous code. What is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous code? Quite frankly, you can read synchronous code and...

DPL Reading List – December 21, 2018

DPL Reading List – December 21, 2018

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. 7 of the year’s best books on tech – “It was the tech industry’s ugliest year yet. Fortunately, there were also big books that schooled us on where we stand in the context of a larger era. They...

On Leaving the Best Job You Ever Had

On Leaving the Best Job You Ever Had

I don’t like to use the word “quit.” It makes it sound like you’re giving up, that you are leaving things incomplete. I write that because I am leaving Don’t Panic Labs; I’m leaving the best job I’ve ever had. This was the plan all along I suppose. During one of my...