Hacker Newsletter

4/11/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #549

I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took an excuse. //Florence Nightingale hackernewsletter Issue #549 // April 11, 2021 // View in your browser I forgot to mention this week's issue
4/2/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #548

Everywhere I went led me where I didn't want to be. //Paul Simon hackernewsletter Issue #548 // April 02, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Adobe Summit — The future of customer experience is
3/26/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #547

If we have data, let's look at data. If all we have are opinions, let's go with mine. //Jim Barksdale hackernewsletter Issue #547 // March 26, 2021 // View in your browser Hello! Close down
3/19/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #546

Steal a little and they throw you in jail. Steal a lot and they make you king. //Bob Dylan hackernewsletter Issue #546 // March 19, 2021 // View in your browser #Sponsor bf1c7a06-c675-44d2-8d1e-
3/13/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #545

Code is made of pain, lies, and bad ideas, all so we can pretend that electrified sand will do what we tell it to. //Yoz Grahame hackernewsletter Issue #545 // March 12, 2021 // View in your browser #
3/5/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #544

Growth and comfort do not coexist. //Ginni Rometty hackernewsletter Issue #544 // March 05, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Airtable - Orchestrate powerful business solutions with a single
2/26/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #543

An artist is waiting for the audience to understand the work. A craftsman is working to understand the audience. //Mo Willems hackernewsletter Issue #543 // February 26, 2021 // View in your browser
2/19/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #542

I disagree strongly with whatever work this quote is attached to. //Randall Munroe hackernewsletter Issue #542 // February 19, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Airtable - Orchestrate powerful
2/13/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #541

A ship in the harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for. //John A. Shedd hackernewsletter Issue #541 // February 12, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Datadog provides a one
2/5/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #540

Never let your schooling interfere with your education. //Mark Twain hackernewsletter Issue #540 // February 05, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Glitch: From idea to code in seconds, build and
1/29/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #539

Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious and adding the meaningful. //John Maeda hackernewsletter Issue #539 // January 29, 2021 // View in your browser #Favorites Part spreadsheet, part database,
1/22/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #538

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. //Dr. Seuss hackernewsletter Issue #538 // January 22, 2021 // View in your browser #
1/15/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #537

At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can. //Frida Kahlo hackernewsletter Issue #537 // January 15, 2021 // View in your browser #Sponsor bf1c7a06-c675-44d2-8d1e-0ee3f252a003.
1/8/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #536

To be good, and to do good, is all we have to do. //John Adams hackernewsletter Issue #536 // January 08, 2021 // View in your browser Big thanks to Datadog for supporting this newsletter for another
1/2/2021
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Hacker Newsletter #535

We cannot start over, but we can begin now and make a new ending. //James Sherman hackernewsletter Issue #535 // January 02, 2021 // View in your browser Happy New Year! What are you resolving to do in
12/19/2020
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Hacker Newsletter #534

Our hopes are fed by others. //MacKenzie Scott hackernewsletter Issue #534 // December 19, 2020 // View in your browser No issue next week. If you celebrate it, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas.
12/11/2020
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Hacker Newsletter #533

Rules are made for people who aren't willing to make up their own. //Chuck Yeager hackernewsletter Issue #533 // December 11, 2020 // View in your browser #Sponsor ipdata is an accurate and
12/4/2020
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Hacker Newsletter #532

Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. //Gertrude Stein hackernewsletter Issue #532 // December 04, 2020 // View in your browser #Favorites Reduce MTTR using
12/4/2020
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Hacker Newsletter #531

People may not remember exactly what you did or what you said but they always remember how you made them feel, that's what matters the most. //Tony Hsieh hackernewsletterlite Issue #531 // November
11/20/2020
12 : 24

Hacker Newsletter #530

Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things. //Robert Brault hackernewsletter Issue #530 // November 20, 2020 // View in your browser Have a wonderful