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Please, Don’t Improvise

Written by Yegor Bugayenko / Original link on May. 20, 2019

We all know what happens when a programmer decides how a web siteor a mobile app should look. It ends up looking ugly. And why is that? I don’t know exactly,but my best bet is on the left-brained natureof programmers, who mostly are rigid and logical mathematicians. UI design, to the contrary,requi…


0rsk.com: Cause + Risk + Effect

Written by Yegor Bugayenko / Original link on May. 13, 2019

“A project manager’s work should not focus on dealing with problems;it should focus on preventing them,”—this is howRita Mulcahy starteda chapter about Risk Management in her great bookPMP Exam Prep. Sounds smart, but how doesa project manager know about the problems which are supposed to beprevent…


Sibit Demonstrates How Bitcoin Works

Written by Yegor Bugayenko / Original link on May. 6, 2019

Bitcoin was a big technical mystery for me. All the articles I’d readabout it sounded extremely complex and absolutely indigestible. UntilI got stuck with a task: I had to integrate Zold, ourexperimental non-Blockchain cryptocurrency, with Bitcoin. I had to studythe architecture of Bitcoin and I fo…


Elegant READMEs

Written by Yegor Bugayenko / Original link on Apr. 22, 2019

Some time ago I wrote a blog postAn Open Code Base Is Not Yet an Open Source Projectwhere I suggested a few important qualities of a good opensource repository/project. One of them was the well-written READMEfile. Here I will try to give a few hints on how to createa good README file and what mista…



Stop Pitching, Beg Them!

Written by Yegor Bugayenko / Original link on Apr. 8, 2019

You want your startup to be visible on TechCrunch, right? But you don’t have$15-20K per month to bribe a reputable PR firm to get you there? No worries.This blog post will give you a set of simple instructions on how you canget the attention of those tech journalists who are currently busywriting …