Four short links: 7 September 2016

Recruiting for Managers, Designing for APIs, Editors for HTML, and JSON for Arduinos

By Nat Torkington
September 7, 2016
  1. How to Recruit (Michael Lopp) — For every open job on your team, you need to spend one hour a day on recruiting-related activities. Cap that investment at 50% of your time. No open reqs? There’s still important and ongoing work you need to do on a regular basis that I’ll describe below.
  2. API-First Transformation at Etsy Concurrency — building APIs (or “service layers” or “microservices” or sub-containerized-micro-virtualized-cloud-endpoints or whatever they are called today) presents really interesting design challenges, and it’s great to read how Etsy solved them.
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  4. Quill 1.0 — sweet in-page edit box w/formulae, styles, extensibility.
  5. ArduinoJson — small-footprint JSON library that’s particularly useful for embedded systems. Cue old-school embedded systems engineers to snort at JSON being “small footprint.”
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