Curated weekly by the product, design and development teams at Revelry.co.
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PRODUCTIVITY & GROWTH
Achieving Growth Through Addressing Weakness, Revelry Style
From the Revelry blog: we get by with a lot of help from our team.Mary shares the ways we achieve growth through identifying our weakness... "Getting smart by being dumb."
Impostor Syndrome: Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Curtis opens up about impostor syndrome and how common it is among software developers. But, he points out, having gaps in your knowledge is a perfectly normal part of working together. Read about how working at Revelry helped him "love the bomb".
Habits vs. Goals
The power of habits comes from their automaticity. This is why they are more powerful than goals. The difference between habits and goals is not semantic. Each requires different forms of action.
Jean Hsu on people-centric management
Engineering leadership coach Jean Hsu, formerly of Google, Pulse and Medium, shares what she learned in her own transition to management, why a psychologically safe workplace is so important, and much more.
Building Remote Office Culture with a Watercooler Channel
By using the watercooler channel in Slack, we're able to get to know our coworkers and expose our personalities. Natalia shares how we create great office culture on the Revelry blog.
Company culture is shaped at the top, and forms at the bottom | CoderHood
Culture is shaped at the top, and forms at the bottom. It includes mission, values, environment, ethics, expectations, overall mood, goals, etc.
Hard and Soft Skills in Tech
Yonatan Zunger says it’s both more serious and less serious than we’ve admitted. What say you?
Organizing Styles in React Native
Daniel gives a useful overview on the Revelry blog: How to organize styles in React Native for improved maintenance, consistency, and organization."Easy to find, easy to read."
Save Development Time by Automating Build Pipelines with Fastlane
Since building and deploying mobile applications can be a tedious process, Nick wrote up a blog post explaining how to use fastlane.This is a collection of tools that can be used to develop what they call “lanes” that define a build and deployment pipeline.
Ten Things I Wish I’d Known About bash
From his book, Learn Bash The Hard Way", Ian Miell shares the things that either caused him great confusion or actually increased his power and productivity in bash.
How we Built a Tool to Export React Prototypes from Sketch
A very slick tool created by the team at Tictail.
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