The Remote Leader’s Guide to Managing a Team

Via Angel.co: https://www.matthewbarby.com/remote-leadership/ Thoroughly agree with things like how precise communication needs to be (and how easy it is to mess up which can require much patience and forgiveness) having been fortunate to be in a globally distributed team with no timezone overlap at MongoDB (Australia, New York, Berlin), an Australia-Vietnam team at Adam & […]

6 things I loved about the most impressive resume I’ve ever seen—based on 20 years of hiring

Thank you Gary Burnison. Hopefully it helps you if stumbled across my blog and you find yourself like me today, looking to get hired. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/26/most-impressive-resume-ever-based-on-20-years-of-hiring-and-interviewing.html I can’t live up to all of this, though it’s good enough advice I remembered and was able to dig it up, and will apply what I can. I most […]

Thank you Guido, Julie, Mariatta!

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. Last Friday was one of those special moments that’s a little bigger than a tweet. Thank you to Guido van Rossum and Mariatta for reviewing and merging my PR on PEP 484. For context, it was also inspired by Julie Pagano: It’s Dangerous to Go Alone: Battling the […]

Ubuntu second monitor after sleep bug pictures

StackExchange doesn’t to my knowledge allow pictures in comments, so I’ll post my pictures here in case someone else has more time to reproduce and debug this issue. Original question (please post any comments there): https://askubuntu.com/questions/495997/how-to-properly-restart-unity Original state when I resumed my 2015 Macbook Pro with Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS and all updates applied from sleep […]