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Polly Want A Message (DeconstructConf)
Object-oriented languages have opinions about how best to arrange code. These opinions lead OO to naturally offer certain _affordances_. Just as round doorknobs expect to be grasped and rotated, OO expects messages, polymorphism, loose-coupling and factories. The key to creating intuitive and maintainable OO applications is to understand and embrace these built-in affordances.
Here’s What You Should Do When Your Company Gets Off Track
Sharat Sharan, co-founder and CEO of ON24, explains how to stay positive when your company is struggling.
How one teenage girl is using film to fight child sex trafficking
Rebecca Dharmapalan is using art to explore activism, tackling the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Oakland through film.
9 Essential Marketing Tips from the Father of Advertising
Ogilvy on Advertising was one of the first books I had on my reading list back when I created my system for reading more. My only regret after finally reading it is having delayed for a year and a ha…
Conemaugh's new leader anticipates 2019-20 opening of Somerset outpatient center
When the Conemaugh Somerset Outpatient Center opens its doors sometime in late 2019 or early 2020, it will be part of a new movement in health care, according to Conemaugh
How advertising hijacked feminism. Big time
Adland has fallen in love with feminism. Hard. 'Femvertising' is now big business - but is that something to 'celebrate'? Claire Cohen reports
5 Ways to Kill Your Next Infographic
Infographics are beautiful things. Not only do they serve the purpose of providing awesome eye candy, but they also bring in traffic, links, comments and other good stuff. That is, if they’re good. Because the fact of the matter …
How to Excel When You Have Toxic Co-workers
The only person you can control is yourself, so start ignoring the obnoxious person in the next cubicle.
A Better Way To Seek Advice For Your Startup
Too many decisions and too little data? Rather than asking smart people for their opinion on what to do — try asking this question instead.