RT: Great example of how expectations guide perception.
RT: there are two types of designers
Finally another launch with a booster that will actually (try to) land. It’s supposed to be routine by now. But it isn’t. It’s still awesome. And for me, that will remain so for a long time. #spacex
— SpaceX (@SpaceX) April 18, 2018
Ugh, Microsoft Bashing. Is that still a thing? I mean, you are right of course, but still, they are trying so hard 🙂
Tijd zat Patrick! 🙂 Die 15 jaar begint straks pas.
And the deliverable after 2 months is way better than what a single developer could ever do in 1 month?
Lunch & learning new stuff at #css3
My Android phone doesn’t work well with Bluetooth in my car, whereas an iPhone/iPad works perfectly and consistently. What to do in a case like this? Switch cars or switch phones?
Ja, technologische vooruitgang moet verboden worden! newsmonkey.be/article/87219 via
Password managers, de (helaas nog niet verplichte) veiligheidsgordels voor het web! buff.ly/2Izgpal
This article mentions TRS-80 BASIC. Reason enough for me to retweet this! 🙂
— John Arundel (@bitfield) March 18, 2018
You are doing it wrong:) Try this:
Een mooi lijstje voor het afwijzen van LinkedIn verzoeken van mensen op basis van deze functietitels.
Overtreffende trappen van recruitment:
2. Recruitment professional
3. Recruitment consultant
4. Senior recruitment consultant
5. Managing recruitment consultant
6. Strategisch recruiter
komt-ie dan he
7. RECRUITMENT ARCHITECT
Wat. Een. Ellende. pic.twitter.com/B3y1Mnvivl
— Laurens Tienkamp (@ltienkamp) February 27, 2018
I’m seeing a few “can’t fix your office printer” remarks in twitter bio’s. At the very moment I was wondering if that’s still a thing, a coworker stepped into my office asking me if I could fix the printer. Never mind.
Actually, I think having more browsers compete for users is a good thing. A Chrome only world is a bad world. Give me Edge, Firefox, Safari and Chrome. So that they can compete on the best support of open web standards.
Firefox actually. Also it is called karma. Microsoft killed Netscape by playing dirty. So blame your creator IE. LOL pic.twitter.com/wjZMxUMrfi
— nixCraft: The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse (@nixcraft) February 13, 2018