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To Serve
As a visualization tool, a 2×2 gets the team on the same page to externalize relative risks or priorities and work through next steps. When things seem murky or like everyone isn’t giving the same weight to particular options, try out a 2×2.

Migrations are both essential and frustratingly frequent as your codebase ages and your business grows: most tools and processes only support about one order magnitude of growth before becoming ineffective, so rapid growth makes them a way of life. This post takes a look at why migrations are so important, and also how to run them effectively.

The ideas covered in this episode: Get a better boss; Entrepreneur ≠ Freelancer; Improve your tools and your skills; and much more

If you have a pragprog.com account with a valid email address ending in .edu, you can get a free ebook of Programming Elixir ≥ 1.6.  Also valid for additional educational domains in other countries.
To Craft
For this edition of Refactoring UI, we're going to redesign WSS's plan details page, sharing lots of tips on hierarchy, table design and scannability.

Blending a rock-solid CMS and API with the absolute best in front-end tooling, built as a single project and hosted seamlessly on Heroku.

ESLint tip: Restrict imports to keep bundle size down.
This is to serve as a Rosetta Stone of state management systems.
Visualization of the difference between async rendering and synchronous rendering in React, and why async rendering has more constraints. 
This channel is focused on web development tips, tricks, and tools.
Did you already know about ‘git add -N’? I always do ‘git add -p’, but for new files I always added the file and then reviewed the cached diff. With ‘git add -N’, I can state the intention to add new files and then do ‘git add -p’ like normal!
To Ignite

Chris and guest Jason Harrison, Director of Consulting here at Zeal discuss our interest in AR and how we plan to move forward with AR as a consultancy.

ARCore 1.2, Google's updated augmented reality framework, includes a new cross-platform feature called 'Cloud Anchors,' which can allow both iOS and Android device users to share the same AR experience despite using different underlying AR technologies.

most developers: "i centered a div so..... honestly i deserve some kind of css trophy"
this developer: "here's some art i made with css—sorry, i think it only works on chrome?"
small screens: lots of short sessions
large screens: few long sessions 
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