Every week I come across some great articles. Here are some of the posts I feel you will enjoy reading as much as I did.
Do you regard “no code” as a threat? Shawn Wang shares why “no code” is a lie and its a start towards moving to a GUI economy from the API economy. Its a win for coders because of the better developer tools that are available so that they can focus on solving the hard problems. After all “no code” just means “tons of code but just not your code”.
Ever wondered how Y Combinator started? I found an old post by Paul Graham which talks about just that.
Did you know that a royal family is living in a 14th Century lodge in New Delhi? I found this story by Ellen Barry truly fascinating.
What is a coach and what do they do? Joseph Mosby talks about just this and also how an organization like Delloite makes sure that each person has a coach and aligns their processes around it.
How do you decide what problem to solve when? By using Level setting, of course. Jason Lengstorf shows the three levels of problem-solving applied to a Thanksgiving dinner.
Is your site accessible to people with vision impairments? Who can use by Corey Ginnivan shows you a simulation of different vision types for two colours. The one feature that I have not seen elsewhere is the simulation for how the colours look like in direct sunlight.
Hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I did.