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Shreyas Doshi sur Twitter : "With this contrast between how humans innately perceive problem solving vs. problem prevention, is it any surprise that this paradox permeates almost every complex organization?… https://t.co/D37jZeCOkQ"
Mercedes Bernard sur Twitter : "Hey conference organizers! Ever struggle to come up with the perfect speaker gift? My dream speaker gift would be for the conf to pay sketch noter(s) to take notes of the talks and then give them to the speaker 😍 Other speakers, what’s your dream speaker gift??"
Pascal Blanché 🌎🍁 sur Twitter : "Art Direction is never an easy journey (I love my job) But seems that lately in the entertainment industry, decisions in the big studios are only made by committees. You see more and more lack of direction, commitment and trust in experts.… https://t.co/QY7xPULV99"
Ethics in Bricks sur Twitter : "The first rule of the Dunning-Kruger club is you don't know you're a member of the Dunning-Kruger club.… "
LaPalice sur Twitter : "Merci à la @pyconfr de m’avoir donné l’occasion de préparer cette présentation, je suis très heureuse du résultat et des super bons retours que j’ai eu ! Le transcript de la conférence est disponible ici : https://t.co/xEDRpX2TzH pour les personnes intéressées :)"
Rugby World Cup sur Twitter : ".@EnglandRugby's incredible response to an intense @AllBlacks Haka #ENGvNZL #RWC2019 #WebbEllisCup… "
James Clear sur Twitter : "To improve, compare little things. -marketing strategies -exercise technique -writing tactics To be miserable, compare big things. -career path -marriage -net worth Comparison is the thief of joy when applied broadly, but the teacher of skills when applied narrowly."
Ismaïl NGUYEN on Twitter: "Do not forget, "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind, Always." @KevlinHenney #NewCrafts… https://t.co/vRwLEQF9dD"
Elise Foley on Twitter: "60% of male managers said they’re uncomfortable mentoring, working one-on-one, and socializing with women at work, according to a study by @LeanInOrg https://t.co/rnVDhvAljP"
Karen Reilly on Twitter: "Every person designing tech needs to keep asshole personas in mind: - Stalkers - Dick pic senders - Abusive partners… "
Patrick McKenzie on Twitter: "Engagement is a toxic metric. Products which optimize for it become worse. People who optimize for it become less happy. It also seems to generate runaway feedback loops where most engagable people have a) worst individual experiences and then b) end up driving the product bus."
Vlad Magdalin on Twitter: "“A growing body of research in psychology and neuroscience suggests that believing in meritocracy makes people more selfish, less self-critical, and even more prone to acting in discriminatory ways. Meritocracy is not only wrong; it’s bad.” https://t.co/EepyMEIsfU"
Alex 🦀💻📡🛰 on Twitter: "When techbros say "if women were equally interested in tech don't you think there'd be more of them here"… "
The trust equation What makes you trust someone... | Sketchplanations - A weekly explanation in a sketch
Caroline De Haas on Twitter: "Dans les formations de professionnel.le.s sur les violences conjugales, on donne un truc pour détecter les conjoints violents. #Liguedulol"
Sexactu on Twitter: "Libérées ! de @titiou est encore en kiosques. Du coup j'ai fait une mini-BD sur la thématique des chaussettes. Du coup exceptionnellement je vais taguer la terre entière @CausetteLeMag @johannaluyssen @dmascret @zappette @Georgette_Sand @LesIntelloes @Prenonsla1 @LesCouillesSLT_… https://t.co/dGCuQfKI5d"
Programming Wisdom on Twitter: ""Programmers have no idea how good (or bad) they are at programming. In fact, we all think we're pretty darn good at it.” - Steve Yegge"
Programming Wisdom on Twitter: "“A great programmer thinks about the program on a constant basis... That method takes a great amount of mental energy.” - Bill Gates"