Clarkesworld Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine: Dream Factory by Greg Egan (audio)
Join us on Tuesday, September 28 at 2pm CT as we host author Charles Stross to discuss his newest book, Invisible Sun. This event will livestream to Facebook, YouTube, and Crowdcast. More info and buy books: https://tubbyandcoos.com/event/charlesstross
ABOUT INVISIBLE SUN
The alternate timelines of Charles Stross’ Empire Games trilogy have never been so entangled than in Invisible Sun–the techno-thriller follow up to Dark State–as stakes escalate in a conflict that could spell extermination for humanity across all known timelines.
An inter-timeline coup d’état gone awry.
A renegade British monarch on the run through the streets of Berlin.
And robotic alien invaders from a distant timeline flood through a wormhole, wreaking havoc in the USA.
Can disgraced worldwalker Rita and her intertemporal extraordaire agent of a mother neutralize the livewire contention before it’s too late?
ABOUT CHARLES STROSS
CHARLES STROSS (he/him) is a full-time science fiction writer and resident of Edinburgh, Scotland. He has won three Hugo Awards for Best Novella, including for the Laundry Files tale “Equoid.” His work has been translated into over twelve languages. His novels include the bestselling Merchant Princes series, the Laundry series (including Locus Award finalist The Dilirium Brief), and several stand-…
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In this podcast, Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais, co-authors of the book Team Topologies, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: the role of a modern software architect, how team design impacts software architecture, creating “team APIs” in order to reduce cognitive load, and the benefits of building a “thinnest viable platform”.
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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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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
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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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