Listen now (34 min) | In today’s episode, I want to talk about an idea I call fifth-generation management. 1/ Fifth-generation management is an emerging style of management we don’t know much about because it doesn’t actually exist yet. But it is guaranteed to emerge post-Covid because historically, big sharp disruptions have reliably triggered discontinuous changes in management culture, and it is already clear that this one is doing that.
Apps like Venmo, PayPal, and Square’s Cash App have blurred the line between payment platforms and social media. Author Lana Swartz points out how technologies of money map perfectly alongside the technologies of communication and media.
Saadia Muzaffar is a tech person based in Toronto. This podcast, we talk about what we can learn about “software eating the world” from that one time colonial agriculture ate North America.
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Ben and James discuss Apple vs Facebook (and Google!).
Josh Constine: Facebook Pays Teens to Install VPN That Spies on Them — TechCrunch
Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users — Wall Street Journal
Ben Thompson: Facebook Versus Apple — Stratechery Daily Update
Ben Thompson: Manifestos and Monopolies — Stratechery
Andrew Bosworth Memo — BuzzFeed
Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery
James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review
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SE-Radio Episode 352: Johnathan Nightingale on Scaling Engineering Management : Software Engineering Radio
SE-Radio Episode 352: Johnathan Nightingale on Scaling Engineering Management
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on January 16, 2019
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Johnathan Nightingale talks with SE Radio host Travis Kimmel about scaling engineering management. Their conversation covers: how and when to hire engineering managers; how to onboard, train and plan for their growth; compensations reviews and promotions; advice for new managers, and what to expect at different management levels.
Johnathan and Melissa Nightingale’s and book
Raw Signal Group
What to do before you double in size
Episode 306: Ron Lichty on Managing Programmers
Episode 340: Lara Hogan and Deepa Subramaniam on Revitalizing a Cross-Functional Product Organization
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George R. R. Martin talks with John Hodgman about his new book FIRE & BLOOD, the first volume in a two-part history of the Targaryens in Westeros. Filmed at the Loews Theater in Jersey City, NJ. Read more about the book: http://bit.ly/2S4sact
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#250 - The Ferrett - Dealing With Angry Comments
"How Do You Deal With All These Angry Comments?” Fetlife Journal Entry by: The Ferrett
"I just saw your latest entry," goes the text. "Holy shit, how do you deal with all of these idiots leaving snarky comments?" So I thought I’d share my official Tips For Handling FetLife Comment-Storms:
Tip #1: Be A Dude. As with so many other things in Western culture, if you can manage to be a dude, and preferably perceived as a cis one, then your comments will immediately become 70% easier to deal with. People sure do love hammering on women on the Internet, so if you’re perceived as a girl, you’ll have some more work to do. Now. This isn’t to say that you’ll receive no comments as a duderino. In fact, I can hear the menfolks saying, "MEN HAVE IT SO MUCH HARDER ON THE INTERNET! I MYSELF - " Which is kinda part of the problem. Men have it so easy, they don’t understand how easy they have it. It’s kinda like birth control; women have been dealing with toxic side effects of the Pill and IUDs and other methods for years, and it’s just considered something women should deal with. But when they finally devised a chemical pill that temporarily shut down men’s ability to impregnate a woman, the side effects were considered too horrend…
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(a private presentation to Stack Overflow, Trello, and Fog Creek)
The way you are using Excel causes errors, creates incomprehensible spaghetti spreadsheets, and makes me want to stab out my own eyes. Enough of the =VLOOKUPs with the C3:$F$38. You don’t even know what that means.
Notes are located at the Trello Board https://trello.com/b/HGITnpih/you-suck-at-excel
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