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  1. Using Risk Management and Mitigation in Web Development

    **Using Risk Management and Mitigation in Web Development** Introduction Customers and key stakeholders place a lot of trust in the reliability of your web application. They trust that their data is secure from...Learn More
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  2. Guide to Vuex - Centralized State Management for Vue Applications

    Introduction Vuex is a library that stores data in a Vuex store, which acts as the source of data on states in a Vue application. This store contains a global state (set of properties) and functions (getters, a...Learn More
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  3. Not Every Developer Wants to Become a Manager — And That’s Okay

    Not Every Developer Wants to Become a Manager — And That’s Okay Companies should create clear career paths for individual contributors Photo by Jaromír Kavan on Unsplash I have only worked in startups with f...Learn More
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  4. How Codifying Can Help You To Communicate Effectively

    How Codifying Can Help You To Communicate Effectively Useful but straightforward techniques that can help you communicate effectively. Photo by You X Ventures on Unsplash. Table of Contents Introduction Wa...Learn More
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  5. Our onboarding process at Packlink Engineering

    New employee onboarding is one of the most critical processes in a company that genuinely cares about its culture and team members. At Packlink, this is not an exception; we take it very seriously. The onboard...Learn More
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  6. Focus on Having a Good Time to Beat Your Procrastination

    Focus on Having a Good Time to Beat Your Procrastination Focusing on micro-managing our time, just creates more boring chores to procrastinate over! Photo by Marcin Dampc from Pexels Procrastination has been...Learn More
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  7. When You Feel Like a Fraud — but You’re Really Not

    Many years ago, in another professional life as a grain trader, I was at the top of my game. I wasn’t the envy of my peers, per se, but there were some who expressed admiration for my accomplishments, among the...Learn More
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  8. 9 Ways to Avoid the Remote Meeting Death Spiral

    Everyone who works in tech has been stuck at one time or another in the dreaded Remote Meeting Death Spiral. That’s when the people in your meeting disengage and start answering email, doing other work, getting...Learn More
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  9. Formulate Effective Ways of Working for Your Agile Teams

    Formulate Effective Ways of Working for Your Agile Teams A non-exhaustive but essential set of principles that you need to establish with your agile teams Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Why Are “Ways of W...Learn More
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  10. The Social Cost of Scaling Software — and Living With It.

    “A system of cells interlinked within cells interlinked within cells interlinked within one stem, dreadfully distinct…” —Baseline test, Blade Runner 2049 (2017) What’s the problem? If you work within a fairl...Learn More
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  11. 7 Ways to Improve Your Ability to Deliver Criticism

    “The trouble with most of us, said Norman Vincent Peale, “is that we would rather be ruined by praise than saved by criticism.” Yet while a certain percentage of the population is happy to reinforce the walls o...Learn More
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  12. Unlocking a Stats Hidden Potential

    The Day Job For anyone that works in a sales-based job, you’re probably all too familiar with call boards and call reports. I know I am, and I hate them. Ok, maybe hate is a bit strong, but I’m not the biggest...Learn More
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