Stuff that matters #2
Here’s a selection of “stuff” that I’ve stumbled upon over the last two weeks that I think is worth remembering.
A great talk by @robfitz at The Conference. I read his book The Mom Test earlier this year and in the talk he goes through its major point: asking questions that don’t suck.
Flygpoolen.se’s customer service failure
Hej @mljungblad, det här är en social medieplattform och vi har tyvärr ingen möjlighet att besvara kundtjänst ärenden kontakta kundtjänst— flygpoolen (@flygpoolen) August 20, 2014
Failing at Microservices
This article highlights some hidden challenges that should be considered before implementing a microservice software architecture.
Building your own Lisp
Bodil Stokke held a talk at Foo Cafe earlier during the year. In it she explains how to build your own functional programming language.
TNW’s disassociation from Pavel Curda
Sexism is never OK and there have been far too many occasions that, when brought to light, haven’t been handled appropriately. The Next Web, however, did a good job when it turned out investor and contributor Pavel Curda during several occasions had behaved appallingly against women.
Following this incident, we have decided to not accept any more articles from Pavel Curda in the future.