I did a deep dive into how pasted links turn into previews in chat and social media applications and was pleasantly surprised to find CPAN had the solution for me. I found a couple of gotchas you might want to know about if you don't want to figure this out the hard way.
Nah, turns out they probably would have saved money and incurred less risk by just outsourcing that concern in the first place. Atlassian is spot on with the marketing here (and we're not even shilling!)
Sometimes management at a firm will codify certain attitudes or practices that employees must hold or follow. Unfortunately, this guarantees inauthenticity. Don't make this mistake unless you want employees to gain cognitive dissonance about your corporate brand.
Like all headlines with a question mark at the end, the answer is (unsurprisingly) NO. Most of the time patents are an excuse to not actually do the work required to get what you need done, instead validating your identity as "an innovator".
This time we come in with an episode that tries to "bring it all back together" regarding things we've been talking about these past few weeks. We cannot stress enough the importance of judging risks and properly estimating expected rewards as it regards success both in software projects and your own life!
Thought working hard was going to get you ahead in life? Think again. Organizational goals are always trumped by the personal goals of the people you immediately report to. As such, get good at fulfilling those instead if you want to get ahead.