Weekly Roundup 36

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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.

Maxwell Forbes shares his thoughts on why we should use more examples to make it easier for our audience to understand our ideas. He also gives a counterpoint to most of the common excuses that people have to write examples.

After being rejected in an interview at a startup have you ever felt that it was a rejection of you as a person or of your skills? Charity Majors shares the 11 reasons why she might not hire someone even though they might be awesome.

When we focus only on one solution to the exclusion of others, we stop learning and can miss a different approach that might have been better. Chelsea Troy goes over how applying a single set of practices is prevalent in the tech industry and what we can do to avoid it.

A Dev huddle is a forum for developers to discuss technical topics and make decisions regarding technology. But running an effective meeting is difficult.Mario Fernandez tells you how to run an effective Dev Huddle. Some of the points that he made can be applied to other meetings as well.

Hiring good people is tough for any company. These tweaks to your hiring process by Robert Heaton can make it more likely that the people you make offers to accept them.

Prasanjit Singh shares a few ground rules for working with animations which can help your site stand out rather than kill the experience for the user.

Hope you enjoy reading these articles as much as I did.

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