Tech companies must keep shipping cool new things or die. Not because customers require it, but because the best employees do. If your best programmers stop being able to ship new things, they'll leave to work somewhere they can.
In 2021, after 8.5 years at Facebook, I left to join a small startup called @Replit. I told this story to many people and they found it valuable, so posting it here, too
It's exciting that there's now a Fusion Industry Association. It's when you start to see mundane crap like industry associations that you know an industry really exists.
I was surprised to learn that the "obvious" trick of computing (a/b)/(c/d) by computing (a/b)(d/c) wasn't discovered, or at least published, till 1544.
head practice. you might have problems drawing an ear from imagination when you've drawn it from reference a 100 times. But would you still have problems if you drew it a 1000 times?3