Sugui Digest. SE01EP06 — late delivery
Hello everyone. Hope you´re safe and ready for more 45 days at home. This week a little bit late, so I´m sorry for that. If you want to know more about pandemics, go elsewhere because here is not the place. And I miss spend some time drink coffee discussing anything with my sister.
To energize all (hope former minister Teich is reading this) Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers Live At The Fonda Theatre — 2015 is the suggestion of the week. And yes, I still got the moves.
Book of the Week
Originals. How simple ideas become great business cases. It´s always good when an idea comes to reality and became a product or a service. But keep in mind that it´s just the start of all the work. Focus!
*Elon Musk is back to the news, not about his daughter, not about polemic declarations regarding Tesla stocks but because he´s teasing investors and rivals mentioning low-cost more durable batteries for its Model 3 late this month. Wait and see.
*Want to exchange messages securely without using PGP? Saltpack is the suggestion.
*Read some niche news daily is very costly when we talk about time and effort, to choose good sources and relevant material. To shorten this task, why don´t you create a microsoervices to do it for you? I´d say more and use this mongodb with the info to create some specifics to the info. Rede Globo do something like these in their historical newsbase applying AI and generating blog posts at Numerólogos.
*MacPro has 700USD wheels. Someone thought was a good idea put their on skateboards proving stupidity is our biggest problem nowadays
*COBOL and Mainframes are on the spotlights for a few reasons such as shortage of professionals, or looking for the brightside, modernization. This video created by The Verge (6 mins) gives an overview of the needs.
*Networks on AWS. Mandatory for sysadmins, recommended for developers.
*Have an equipment with thunderbolt port? Check it out these 7 flaws with examples revealed this week.
*Another ultimate list of podcasts and audiobooks. Found some of them very interesting, including to help you decompress like Office Ladies led by The Office Stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey.
*Conspiracy theories always have been present into our history, who killed JFK, Area51, Chupa-Cabra, and more recently, QAnons. Shadowland from The Atlantic explains everything for you.
*PS5 will come out on holidays later this year. Epic Games released a video explaining with a demo what you can wait. Really impressive. But I do admit I prefer old style platform such as Huntdown.
*After 60 days at home with or without your partner certainly some relations must be rethink. The intimacy has been dropped since pandemic started in recent study from Indiana University, Coral app and some others sources, including some close friends testimonials. Here are some tips from Alexandra Fine to don´t make this period chill out your relations.
*Military forces are controversal. But what about Space Forces? Certainly, I support it.
*Continuing our last talk about OKRs, here are 10 more tips to mastering it. I just don´t know the hype on that, once its almost a 40-year technique.
*Troublemaker? Privacy lunatic? Try this t-shirt that promises anonymization against face recogniton systems.
*Shame of the week goes to Magbo that´s selling data from 43.000 hacked servers. Remember: crime does not pay (somebody told me).
*Stay sane has been an important task everyday. For that, some tips to be on the line. It can be useful or not, but it´s for free.
And that´s all for this week. Reading at the moment “Reaching Cloud Velocity” written by Jonathan Allen. May have some news next week about it
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