🍅 Devs for Ukraine, An Anniversary and The Ketchup Conundrum
Today's a special day: it's been officially a year since I started this newsletter! (and published it regularly 😅) It's had such a great positive feedback loop effect on me through the weeks, and hopefully you've liked it too! 😝
My colleagues just announced Devs for Ukraine! It's a small online conference by Remote, with an amazing speaker line-up and completely free—you can donate, with all the money raised going to help Ukrainian people. 💙💛
Finally, Remote announced our Series C funding! 🚀🚀🚀
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📚 To read
Helping developers create better screencasts — Simon Vrachliotis A collection of resources to help developers create better screencasts, and level-up their overall video content creation game.
How GitHub does take home technical interviews — The GitHub Blog "How candidates at GitHub do the “take home” portion of their interview—a technical challenge done independently—and how we improved on that process."
Facebook reportedly paid firm to push message TikTok is ‘the real threat’ "The firm wanted to “get the message out that while Meta is the current punching bag, TikTok is the real threat especially as a foreign owned app that is #1 in sharing data that young teens are using,”"
👀 Some more cool stuff
- 100 cool web moments — Chrome Developers
- The Ketchup Conundrum — The New Yorker
- Hired Releases 2022 State of Software Engineers Data Report
- Inside My Anxious Brain — Ankur Sethi
That's all for now, have a great week!
Stay kind 💜