Weekly links curated by the product, design, and development teams at Revelry.co
Curated weekly by the product, design and development teams at Revelry.co.
“Just” by Brad Frost
I feel like an idiot while doing my job. A lot. Now there’s a damn good chance I’m actually an idiot, but the self-respecting part of me wants to challenge that notion. So what's the one word that can shoot us down when we ask for help?Guess.
Breaking news from the global game development industry
“We’re really close to the point when it will be easier to get emotions through games than actual people.” Citing the evolution of the Metal Gear series, Hideo Kojima offers bold predictions on the future of VR.
SpinThatShit: a set of SCSS mixins for single element loaders and spinners, a GitHub project by Matej Kustec.
You Cannot Learn What You Think You Already Know
What if what you know is only one of many possibilities, and some are better than others? What if what you know could be further enhanced by what others know? What if what you know is actually wrong?
How to present a GitHub project for your resume
Companies will ask for your GitHub profile. “Do you contribute to open-source?” Here's how to show it off, and what to do if you have no big projects to share.
Explain Like I'm Five
Elastic search. WebSockets. CI. Ethereum.Get it explained.Like you were five.
THE REVELRY BLOG
Scaling Systems at Revelry with Chris Tortorich
He's as cool as his picture suggests. And he keeps things running smoothly around here.
Developers and Project Managers: The Yin and Yang of Communication
Admit it: You can find plenty of articles about how project managers can lay the foundation for a developer's best work.But what about the other way around? You're welcome.
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