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Retrospectives are one of the many powerful tools to review and improve your team’s approach to solving problems. For many project teams, they do a retrospective at the end of every 1–2 weeks. If you’re already in the habit of running a retro every week or two — Great! Keep it up! But, is it time to retro your retrospective? Are you optimizing the retro tool?

Retrospectives are one of the many powerful tools to review and improve your team’s approach to solving problems. For many project teams, they do a retrospective at the end of every 1–2 weeks. If you’re already in the habit of running a retro every week or two — Great! Keep it up! But, is it time to retro your retrospective? Are you optimizing the retro tool?

Let's say there is a really old rails application that has some polymorphic relationships. Now suppose we are writing a new rails application to slowly replace the old one, but we need to access the same database. Besides questioning your life choices, you may run into the same issues I did.

👋🏿 Black History Month

Traveling while Black

An immersive virtual reality documentary experience about the risks faced by blacks on the road in mid-20th Century America, and the safe spaces as listed in the famous guide, The Green Book, where they could eat and sleep.

🤔 Zeal Interestings

A collection of cool stuff the ZEAL team found interesting this week.

This is an interesting read. Vercel is using Notion to power their blog.

If you really want to explore Notion, Marie Poulin, August Bradley, and William Nutt have stellar channels.


If you're looking for a Notion alternative, you may want to check out: Obsidian.

Bryan Jenks has some interesting videos on YouTube, explaining his "Complete Obsidian Workflow."

A sneak peek at MetaHuman Creator: high-fidelity digital humans made easy

MetaHuman Creator is a cloud-streamed app designed to take real-time digital human creation from weeks or months to less than an hour, without compromising on quality. It works by drawing from an ever-growing library of variants of human appearance and motion, and enabling you to create convincing new characters through intuitive workflows that let you sculpt and craft the result you want.

One Second to read GitHub code with VS Code

Just add 1s after github and press Enter in browser address bar for any repository you want to read.