tl;dr: Clearbit developed an OKR measuring employee happiness, defined by employees working (1) under a great manager (2 around people who challenge them and who's company they enjoy (3) on interesting problems.
tl;dr: Instead of starting from scratch (1) have the new code direct to the old (2) re-implement each behavior on the new codebase (3) slowly delete the old code. Nicolas gives an example of this in action.
tl;dr: A guide on decision making. The key is not to fall into old habits & having an inter-disciplinary perspective. There are several concepts we can leverage - inversion, second order thinking and the map is not the territory.
tl;dr: "Average salaries grew 13% in London and 7% in Toronto and New York, outpacing 6% increase for San Francisco Bay Area." Certain cities are focused on growing fields (e.g. Toronto on AI), and companies are less focused on SF.
“The most damaging phrase in the language is...
it's always been done this way”
tl;dr: Bruce joined Inrupt, a company bringing a new model of managing personal data to life, designed by Tim Berners-Lee. All your personal data lives in a pod and is managed by you. Each pod has granular access that you command.