Creative

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Heroes and Villains of Software Development [Comic]

Backend is not the hero we need, but it’s the hero we deserve.

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Why Starting Small Is the Best Way to Break Bad Habits

If bad habits were easy to break, nobody would have any. It’s tempting to aim for big, bold change but it’s usually better to take it a small step at a time.

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10 Simple Changes To Keep Your Team On Their Toes [Comic]

Have you ever heard of the book “How To Win Friends and Influence People”? Well, this comic is the exact opposite of that.

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Career Tips From The Undead [Comic]

It might sound weird to take career tips from the undead, but they’ve been at it for a while. Elizabeth from War and Peas speaks to the dead (we think?), so we asked her top channel some hot tips from beyond the grave.

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What Most People Get Wrong About Creativity [Comic]

Creativity, unlike good hair, is not a you-have-it-or-you-don’t situation. Learn how to unlock your creative potential with these foolproof tips.

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Everyday Office Mishaps and How to Avoid Them [Comic]

Think of this comic like a zombie survival guide, except instead of preparing you to face zombies, it’ll prepare you to face your coworkers, your at-work blunders, and all your insecurities.

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Explaining Software Development Methods By Flying to Mars [Comic]

Truth be told, there’s no wrong way to manage a big software project (except “moving fast and breaking things”–that one has not aged well). Waterfall may seem rigid and old school, but it’s really just another way of saying “plan ahead.”

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How to Build a Car Like a Startup [Comic]

Building a startup is about hacking beautiful ideas into flaming wrecks and then putting people in them. It should never be used for making cars.

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Programming Languages Explained With Music [Comic]

Curious about what music genre your favorite coding language would be? We were too, so we decided to take some educated guesses. Don’t @ us PHP and country fans.

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10 Startups the World Is Missing [Comic]

There is an old adage that no idea is a bad idea. This is, of course, ridiculous. Just look at the startups world: from the $400 device that squeezes juice from a juice pack to 95% of blockchain related companies, bad ideas are abundant and frequently well funded.

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Working From Home: What Your Neighbors Think You Do vs. What You Actually Do

Working from home may seem like the perfect solution to many of your workplace woes, but one significant downside is how easily work time bleeds into home time. Living rooms become work rooms, and the temptation of working in the bedroom is often too much to resist. 

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What Your Favorite Programming Language Says About You [Comic]

Some people look at the alignment of planets and stars to reveal truths about their innermost being, but why bother with that when you can just pop open GitHub and learn about yourself from your favorite programming language.