This week Etsy’s CTO wrote about building culture, and Brad Frost calls for "Death to Bullshit." The after-work conference NightlyBuild has a refreshing speaker lineup. Raquel explains how the book "The Design of Everyday Things" translates to our field. Will Binns-Smith built the Chrome extension that Raquel wished for in our last episode. We also talk a lot about cats and dogs.
- 00:00:00 Intro
- 00:01:03 Five years building a culture and handing it off
- 00:08:43 Death to Bullshit
- 00:33:52 NightBuild 2015 - Gender Diversity
- 00:42:46 The Design of Everyday Things
- 00:47:18 iTunes API
- 00:50:16 Shout out to iTunes reviews
- 00:51:37 Shout out to new Slack members
- 00:51:52 Will Binns-Smith built the GitHub kittens Chrome extension!
- 00:52:17 Reactive GitHub Organization
- 00:55:38 Status Cats
- 00:56:55 Status Dogs
- 01:00:34 npm Orgs
- 01:01:45 The 5 minute wrap up
- Five years building a culture and handing it off
- Death to Bullshit
- NightlyBuild 2015
- The Design of Everyday Things
- Reactive on GitHub
- Status Dogs
- Text from dog
- Dog 911
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