To all employees I’d say this: when you talk to your manager, make it a point to understand her perspective on how the project needs to come together. Ask, “What do you pay attention to?” “Where do you get your information?” “What do you think the ‘pulse’ of the team is — and what makes you say so?” “What are you concerned about?” “What’s the lay of the land, as you see it?” “How is this all going to fit together?”
And to managers, I’d say: when you talk to your reports, help them think about their work and everyone’s work as subtractive, as cutting out shapes from the big space of all work. Tell them what things are clearly theirs, and talk about those with whom they share boundaries, and what those boundaries should be. Talk about imperatives: tell them what kinds of problems you foresee and what roles you see them playing in the solutions. Talk about the whole project, even the stuff they’d never otherwise hear about — especially that stuff. Give them context. Talk about convergence. Help them see their shapes.
Most of these functions are quite useful, I think this is probably faster than an SQL database
learn systems programming by creating small projects from the first principles with visual and intuitive explanations.
This is the power of the browser, this guy successfully replicated quite a few office apps with just html. However they are stateless and will disappear when you close the window
Efficient usage of memory, got to keep a look out for this new language soon.
Boiled down to macro trends and burning money too fast
Nocode is the smartest way to publish and host blazing fast, super secure and easy to manage websites built from your Google Docs.
will need to see how good this really is
Good for research for sure
This is really such an interesting concept! wonder if it can be replicated easily