This is the inaugural issue of my personal newsletter. I enjoy consuming lots of contents, and sharing the learnings with people around me like my coworkers and my family. As I already keep the list of contents anyway (can be found here), I recently thought that it would be an interesting experiment to create my own newsletter. So here it is.
Hope you enjoy, my friend!
“Even Koa, sometimes billed as Express’ successor, has a lower satisfaction ratio (and vastly lower usage numbers) [than Express].”
“Choosing CAP-Availability buys very little in effective availability, but the loss of consistency pushes a significant amount of complexity into the application code and has a high price in engineering effort.”
“you start looking outward (at people, teams, and related projects) and forward (to identifying opportunities, strategies, and potential pitfalls), rather than deeply down into the technical details.”
“Don’t put them out there for your team to praise you for the intention to do the work, just do it.”
“Ecommerce is still only a small fraction of retail spending, and many other areas that will be transformed by software and the internet in the next decade or two have barely been touched.”
“And while pivots can deliver all of the “rights”, I am not sure that they do that at the same percentage as the startup from scratch, given all of the baggage that they are carrying.”
“A quantum version of the building block behind neural networks could be exponentially more powerful.”
“When top-level coaches talk of what makes success, they are often thinking of the differences between atheletes whom they see within the top level of the sport. … Excellence is a qualitative phenomenon. … Excellence is accomplished throught the doing of actions, ordinary in themselves, performed consistently and carefully, habitualized, compounded together, added up over time.”
“A small win is a concrete, complete, implemented outcome of moderate importance.”
By Young Kim
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