I’m officially seeking something new now! I’m looking for a leadership and/or management position, one with a team that I can grow and grow with. I’m looking for a company with a demonstrated commitment to inclusion.
A lot of times, AWS is like that Scooby Doo meme where Scooby and Shaggy pull the mask off the bad guy, and it just ends up being EC2. Sagemaker? EC2 with Jupyter. Lambda? Ephemeral EC2. Redshift? DB on a couple EC2s.
So proud to send @billy_penn to a wonderful home at a great Philly institution. There’s a certain symmetry to @billy_penn being the first to launch and the last to be sold, and I’m thrilled that we found such great buyers for all three properties. twitter.com/billy_penn/status/11…
– There were 3.57 billion visits to government websites over the last 90 days
– We know that because it’s public thanks to analytics.usa.gov
– We also have hard data about OS, browser + version, and format data about how Americans are using the web t.co/glBov7Z3P5
It is 4/04 and I am back on my bullshit. Your clever 404 page joke gets really tedious if a user has to repeatedly view it. Be sure to provide actionable information, and a method to contact the dev team to let you know about the error.
There’s another takeaway here: The next time you get impacted by some legacy code, don’t think to yourself “What were they thinking?!” but instead “What were their assumptions way back then?” It’s a good way to instil empathy for those that came before you.
When I was first getting into the web around ~2006, it was my daily ritual to check on each and every one of the CSS/design gallery sites and see what had appeared overnight. Now most of them don’t even exist anymore. I miss it.