Sonntagslinks, Vol. 47

The Differences Between Feedback From Paying Customers vs. Free Users (drift.com)
«When processing feedback, you need to take into account not only what you’re hearing, but also who you’re hearing it from.»
Ich mag vor allem diese Grafik.
– via @dcancel

If you don’t finish then you’re just busy, not productive (jacksimpson.co)
«If you’re always starting interesting projects and not finishing, then no matter how hard you work, you’re just busy, not productive.»
– via @juokaz

Why not to convert a DateTime to timestamp or UTC (andreas.heigl.org)
«When you made your appointment, no one knew, that the Turkish gouvernment would decide to stay on DST even in winter. They never switched back from DSTA. […] At least 10 changes to timezone entries alone in 2016»
– via @heiglandreas

Hype Driven Development (daftcode.pl)
«Have you seen it? A team picking newest, hottest technology to apply in the project. Someone reads a blog post, it’s trending on Twitter and we just came back from a conference where there was a great talk about it. Soon after, the team starts using this new shiny technology […]. They slow down, get demotivated, have problems delivering next working version to production. »
– via @philandstuff

In eigener Sache

Aufgrund langer Pause der Sonntagslinks schon älter, trotzdem genauso noch relevant:
«Wir habens verbockt» – oder unser Versprechen im Umgang mit Fehlern (ticketpark.ch)
«Fehler passieren überall, auch bei uns. Darum ist es uns wichtig ist, wie wir mit diesen umgehen. Hier ist unser Versprechen an dich.»

Ideen reifen lassen

24, 48, 1, 2, 2 means when you have an idea, you first write it down and set a calendar reminder to ping you 24 hours from now. If 24 hours later it still makes sense, set another reminder for 48 hours. Then 1 week, 2 weeks and finally 2 months. If after all this time, the idea is still solid – go do something about it.

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