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Risk Aversion Kills Startups

By Dane Lyons 
One of the most important things you can do as a startup, and in life, is be smart about how you choose to invest your time and energy. Every meeting you schedule, feature you decide to build, or bug you decide to fix is ultimately a bet. You are betting that your actions will ultimately result in generating or capturing more value as a company.

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Literally Everything the Hacker Noon Dev Team Did in 2019

By Austin Pocus 
Below is a list of every PR that was merged at Hacker Noon in 2019. In the coming weeks, expect to see regular product updates (with a bit more context 😉), but for now, please enjoy this dump of commit messages I put together in 15-20 minutes.

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How to Decentralize Twitter

By Daniel Jeffries 
Ever since Jack tweeted about decentralizing Twitter I’ve thought about it constantly.

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Stablecoins Might Be The Only Real Chance for Crypto to Hit The Mainstream Finances

By Becka 
Humanity has come a long way from a barter-era economy to a modern, remotely functioning finances. Along that road, some developments have been positively received like the introduction of banknotes in China, while others were rejected or remained in the shadow.

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AWS Lambda Compared with Other Alternatives to Deploy your Function

By Cleuton Sampaio 
Lambda vs GRPC vs Choreography vs HTTP / REST

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How To Get Published on Hacker Noon [A Step by Step Guide]

By Utsav Jaiswal 
Getting Published on Hacker Noon is as easy as setting up your FREE account, firing up the Editor and hitting 'Submit Story for Review.' No need to get expensive middlemen PR companies or luring one of the existing 10k+ Hacker Noon writers.

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How to Write Things People Want to Read

By Andreea Serb 
A checklist for writing good human-first content

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How Should Companies Build a Robust Cybersecurity Culture?

By Rebecca James 
In the modern age of information and technology, there’s not a single individual or organization that would object to the tightening of cybersecurity within an enterprise. 

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Technical Debt is Eating The World

By Julien 
The concept is simple: due to a lack of resources, people sometimes do not address a problem correctly when shipping a new feature or fixing a bug. This debt must be repaid (e.g. the problem needs to be addressed correctly) or the debt will accumulate and impact the software development in the future.

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How To Use the "10/50/99" Approach to Give Feedback

By Brennan McEachran 
And how it reduces the odds you frustrate your team to the brink of leaving

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The Global App: It's a Future Thing

By Loredana Cirstea 
Imagine a space where you can freely explore a dataset along several spatial indexes (like aisles). One such example with two spatial indexes could be seen in Matrix:

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The Future of the Internet Through the Web 3.0 Lens

By Vladimir 
Jules Verne, John Brunner, Arthur Clarke, William Gibson, George Orwell — it’s a short list of writers who predicted the future in their books. They’ve written about social and technical changes that will take place in human society. Here we are, facing those changes good or bad.

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The Most Disruptive CMSs of 2020

By Evilzaro Alves 
In an age where content is playing a key role in the scalability and management of one’s presence online, succeeding in your business journey is almost impossible without a reliable Content Management System (‘CMS’).

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5 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Content Marketing Campaign

By Daniela McVicker 
Content marketing works. It’s much more effective than paid search and generates 3x times more leads compared to outbound marketing while costing 62 percent less.

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The Most Definitive React Hooks Cheat Sheet for 2020

By Gregory D'Angelo 
With the introduction of React hooks since the 16.8 version, we have changed the way we write React application. Indeed, we can now leverage React features, such as state and side effects, within function components.

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Get Composer to Run On Docker Container [A How To Guide]

By Igor Fomin 
I have a php docker container, that runs my app, and I need to start using Composer to install a php package. What is the best way to approach it?

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Essential Programming Versus Time Complexity

By Diego Lopez Yse 
In computer programming, as in other aspects of life, there are different ways of solving a problem. These different ways may imply different times, computational power, or any other metric you choose, so we need to compare the efficiency of different approaches to pick up the right one.

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Rethinking Email Threat Detection Models for Enterprises [A Deep Dive]

By Sadie Williamson 
Contrary to what millennial work and communication habits may suggest, email is not dead. It is still an important part of both personal and enterprise communications.

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When an Employee's Pet Passes, Give Them Time and Space to Grieve

By Dan 
People who know my co-founder (and wife) Rena and me or who follow our cats and dogs on Instagram know we have a Gaffigan-esque number of four-legged family members.

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What Exactly is Permutation and How to Calculate It?

By James Johnson 
Ever heard of permutations? You wouldn’t be here if you weren’t interested, right? Well permutations are the number of configurations you can get out of a given set of values that require the factoring in of order. 

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Open Source Series: Starting a Project

By JeB 
or how to open your project to the world

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