I'll approach this question from the three major roles one can play in a five-man group, regardless of race/class combinations: the tank, the healer, and the dps (which stands for damage per second, for those of you who have not reached level 100 in Being a Nerd).
When I accepted an offer to work in San Francisco South Bay (aka Silicon Valley), I was in for quite a surprise. I lived in East Bay back then. My commute of 35 miles each way didn't seem bad, at least on maps.
I've always wondered how cops felt about NYPD Blue, or how lawyers feel when they watch Law and Order. Now I know. I just watched the seasons finale of HBO's reality/sitcom Silicon Valley.
Too many new product managers suffer in silence. They watch others do the job and then struggle to put watching into action. So, what are the best ways for new product managers to gain confidence and become product leaders?
True activism is hard to find. I would urge those who think changing their profile photos on social media in order to follow a trend will make a difference to volunteer and make an actual difference instead.
Admittedly, I am not a social scientist, nor do I play any video games, let alone Minecraft. While purists would use the term empirical research to describe my observations, we are now beginning to see the first of more formal research on these early teens and even younger kids.
In 1974, Gustave Whitehead's supporters were excited to learn there was still a person living who said she had witnessed Whitehead giving a "demonstration" of his flying machine in the early 1900s. Elizabeth Koteles and her husband, Stephen, witnessed one of Whitehead's "demonstrations" (her word) in 1901 or 1902 or 1903 or later -- the date is uncertain.
We've been playing with a new projector from Epson and receiver from Onkyo that could be the a viable option for fellow cave dwellers.
The first-ever Women Startup Challenge Pitch Competition was a huge success in Washington, DC. 12 women-led startups pitched their innovative and disruptive ventures to a panel of tech investors at General Assembly/1776.
The race is on to see which geek company can mate with which big brand company to produce beautiful offspring. Here are some of the strangest bedfellows. Maybe you know some others.