David Heinemeier Hansson
dhh
Creator of Ruby on Rails, Founder & CTO at Basecamp (formerly 37signals), NYT Best-selling author of REWORK and REMOTE, and Le Mans class-winning racing driver.
85 recommendations

Recommendations by David Heinemeier Hansson

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The price of monetizing schemes”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The web is swallowing the desktop whole and nobody noticed", coming to mobile next. Turbolinks + native nav = ❤

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The correct amount to value your options at is $0. Think of them more as a lottery ticket",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Interviewing job applicants in a coffee shop is fucking barbaric. Stop it. STOP. IT”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The false idols: Silicon Valley’s unicorns aren’t to be emulated", got a few quotes in this.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The Calm Company” is a new book by @jasonfried and I, coming in ‘17. Stop the crazy at work

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Zapier will pay $10K towards San Francisco hires willing to de-location from the city, go remote. Just brilliant ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I wrote up the architecture behind Basecamp that deploys to 6 platforms from 1 monolithic code base last year.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

List of companies that won't whiteboard programmer job applicants ❤️

S-1
website

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Snap is probably the most interesting company in social media, but fuck, losing close to a BILLION in last two yrs 😵

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Uber: The freedom to work 15 hour days, sleep in your car, and use the local gas station as you lunch room.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Against Philanthropy", ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Smalltalk Best Practice Patterns: Incredibly practical advice for what constitutes good OO code. It’s done in Smalltalk, but the principles are mostly universal. Probably my favorite nuts’n’bolts of programming design book. Very granular.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code 1st Edition
book
by Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, John Brant, William Opdyke, Don Roberts

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Refactoring: The fundamental before/after book. Here’s some code that could be better, here’s how to make it better. The trick to reading this book is to carefully read through every single refactoring pattern and then try to apply it on your code base (you don’t have to commit if it doesn’t fix things). You can’t just blow through it or you won’t really learn it. And you can’t just say “oh, I’ll look up a refactoring when I need it” — because then you don’t know what to look for.

Ref:: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture: Great inventory of many of the patterns that underpin Rails itself, as well as descriptions of many of the “new” approaches that people advocate today (like transaction scripts and service layers). You won’t necessarily implement most of these patterns yourself, but it’s an invaluable resource to understanding the differences in architectures and why framework work the way they do. (Funny anecdote: before I created Rails, I redrew many of the diagrams in OmniGraffle for Martin Fowler because I liked the book so much.)

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Domain-Driven Design: This is probably the least readable book of the bunch. It’s a slug to work through, but the ideas are worth it. It’s a great primer on how to turn a problem space into a beautiful OO domain model. What should your models be called? What logic goes where? How do we reproduce reality into an object model.

Ref : https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Are Your Lights On?: This isn’t technically a programming book, but it deals with the biggest problem facing developers none the less: What is the problem we’re trying to solve? Is it the right problem? Could we solve a different problem instead and that would be just as good? Nothing has increased my programming productivity more than being able to restate hard problems as simple ones.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

 

The Elements of Style (4th Edition)
book
by William Strunk, E. B. White, Roger Angell

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you consider programming to be a subset of writing, and I certainly do, then you would also do well to read Elements of Style and On Writing Well. I’ve found reading those made me a better programmer as well.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you consider programming to be a subset of writing, and I certainly do, then you would also do well to read Elements of Style and On Writing Well. I’ve found reading those made me a better programmer as well.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

The Stranger
book
by Albert Camus, Matthew Ward

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Ethics can’t be a side hustle” by @monteiro ❤

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

Javascript Allongé
book
by Reginald Braithwaite

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you haven't dug into JavaScript with vigor in this decade, I highly recommend it. The latest tunes are so much more pleasant.

Question: @dhh where would you recommend starting?

Answer by DHH: @fspacef Link to @raganwald's book earlier in the thread

Ref:

 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

This is the technical equivalent of labeling a company a "nice lifestyle business". And it's just as much horseshit…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Sleep deprivation is not a badge of honor”

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Why we never sold Basecamp by the seat” ,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"How to survive an acquisition: You don’t own your product anymore. Your product is now 'strategic alignment'",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"We found a consistent positive relationship between profanity and honesty", fuck yeah, BECAUSE SCIENCE 😂

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

People are starting to RECONSIDER the startup rat race. Good!

What are you doing, Medium?
article
by @cigelske

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"What are you doing, Medium?", few things I loathe more than apps abusing push notifications to peddle dumb shit.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I have not cringed this hard in a long time. I would pay good money never to see this. Sorry @garyvee! 😵

Horses for courses
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Horses for courses”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“A fuck-you money attitude”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“How some people walk into Basecamp” ,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Quizzing all prospective programming hires on algorithms reveals a deep, fundamental misunderstanding of the craft.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Why we don't hire programmers based on puzzles, API quizzes, math riddles, or other parlor tricks",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Exponential growth devours and corrupts”, often of the back of The Automatron Class @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Exponential growth devours and corrupts”, a continuation of the thoughts in RECONSIDER

Getting less done
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Let 2017 be the year where you get less done.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Write-ups of the 13 books I read in 2016 as experienced through our "What are you reading?" feature in Basecamp.

Why we choose profit
article
by @jasonfried

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Why we choose profit”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you", hard to argue with this logic

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Your software just isn’t mission critical”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Congratulations to @mikeperham for five years with Sidekiq 👏 Awesome way to combine free OSS and commercial version.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"In an age of robots, schools are teaching our children to be redundant",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Donnie Darko is back in theaters in 4K. Such a great film. If you like it as well, try out Mr Nobody too 👌

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

REWORK has now sold well over half a million worldwide. Including 100,000 in China alone! 🙏❤️ 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Apropos: “Making money along the way: Did Dropbox and Evernote heed the lessons of Flip?”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Got @leica_camera M10? Starved for @vsco film preset compatibility? You can convert Q/SL DNG Profiles using this ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Speaking of Box, try to see if you can find the fact that they lost $200M in 2016 in their earnings report. 😄 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you're longing for a time when rap had a message beyond the bling, have a listen to Kate Tempest 🤘❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Work, Basecamp, and The Magic of Ordinary Things”, @chargebee

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I appeared on the "Everyone Hates Marketers" to talk about the language of bullshit,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Okay, close enough: "Knops: The volume button for your ears" 👍

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Rails 5.1.0.beta1: Loving JavaScript, System Tests, Encrypted Secrets, and MORE. So. Much. Good. Stuff! 🎉❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Don’t accelerate your startup”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Stories that Hacker News removes from the front page", so eager to appear unbiased, yet just as much a partisan rag

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Epic statistical analysis of why US life expectancy isn't as high as health-care spending would naively imply.…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"High US health care spending is quite well explained by its high material standard of living", illuminating 💡

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

What did Etsy think was going to happen when they took VC money, did an IPO with Goldman Sachs, and got listed?

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Paranoia won’t save you in the end”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If the recent themes of workaholism / sustainability have caught your interest, you may enjoy my @tferris interview.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Research is very clear: no matter what kind of work, overwork is going to impact your productivity for the worse",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Position, Position, [email protected]

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The Buck Stops Here — refunds in 2017 come out of my pocket”, @jasonfried steps it up.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

New Leica M10 camera has fewer features than its predecessor. Just the basics executed ever more beautifully 😍

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Gig economy is a symptom of societal failure and dysfunction. Mark of shame, not celebration.…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Here's @penelopetrunk on why she doesn't think Montessori works for (some/many/most?) boys. Read the comments 😱

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Venture capital is going to murder [email protected]

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Why Germans Can Say Things No One Else Can", in addition to depth, they also do punch like nobody else: VERDAMMT ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Hiding inside the incredible journey”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Speaking of Yahoo and the acquisition spree Mayer took them on: Acquisition condolences, from 2010.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Big IPO, Tiny Payout: People on average overestimate what they are going to make by about 10X", Valley economics 🤥

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Employees are far happier when they are led by people with deep expertise in the core activity of the business",…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

The problem with allowing external vendors to fill key gaps in your product lineup. Apple should know this.

All or something
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The 31 tools we use [in a company of 28 people]". At what point can we say someone is an app hoarder? 😯

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Iceland knows how to stop teen substance abuse but the rest of the world isn’t listening", alternatives not sermons

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I went on the @MonkeyPodcast to talk venture capital, Silicon Valley, Trump and more.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“This is why we have working managers (and why Microsoft, Apple stumbled when they thiers)”,

What my calendar looks like
article
by @jasonfried

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

What @jasonfried's calendar looks like as the CEO of Basecamp. Completely void of TETRIS CRAZY. Just calm space.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Smalltalk Best Practice Patterns: Incredibly practical advice for what constitutes good OO code. It’s done in Smalltalk, but the principles are mostly universal. Probably my favorite nuts’n’bolts of programming design book. Very granular.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code 1st Edition
book
by Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, John Brant, William Opdyke, Don Roberts

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Refactoring: The fundamental before/after book. Here’s some code that could be better, here’s how to make it better. The trick to reading this book is to carefully read through every single refactoring pattern and then try to apply it on your code base (you don’t have to commit if it doesn’t fix things). You can’t just blow through it or you won’t really learn it. And you can’t just say “oh, I’ll look up a refactoring when I need it” — because then you don’t know what to look for.

Ref:: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture: Great inventory of many of the patterns that underpin Rails itself, as well as descriptions of many of the “new” approaches that people advocate today (like transaction scripts and service layers). You won’t necessarily implement most of these patterns yourself, but it’s an invaluable resource to understanding the differences in architectures and why framework work the way they do. (Funny anecdote: before I created Rails, I redrew many of the diagrams in OmniGraffle for Martin Fowler because I liked the book so much.)

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Domain-Driven Design: This is probably the least readable book of the bunch. It’s a slug to work through, but the ideas are worth it. It’s a great primer on how to turn a problem space into a beautiful OO domain model. What should your models be called? What logic goes where? How do we reproduce reality into an object model.

Ref : https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Are Your Lights On?: This isn’t technically a programming book, but it deals with the biggest problem facing developers none the less: What is the problem we’re trying to solve? Is it the right problem? Could we solve a different problem instead and that would be just as good? Nothing has increased my programming productivity more than being able to restate hard problems as simple ones.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

 

The Elements of Style (4th Edition)
book
by William Strunk, E. B. White, Roger Angell

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you consider programming to be a subset of writing, and I certainly do, then you would also do well to read Elements of Style and On Writing Well. I’ve found reading those made me a better programmer as well.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you consider programming to be a subset of writing, and I certainly do, then you would also do well to read Elements of Style and On Writing Well. I’ve found reading those made me a better programmer as well.

Ref: https://signalvnoise.com/posts/3375-the-five-programming-books-that-meant-most-to-me

The Stranger
book
by Albert Camus, Matthew Ward

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Book recommendations from last month: The Stranger (Camus), The Undoing Project (Lewis), The New Tsar (Myers). All (Y)

Ref: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/843498683362631685

Javascript Allongé
book
by Reginald Braithwaite

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you haven't dug into JavaScript with vigor in this decade, I highly recommend it. The latest tunes are so much more pleasant.

Question: @dhh where would you recommend starting?

Answer by DHH: @fspacef Link to @raganwald's book earlier in the thread

Ref:

 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Uber: The freedom to work 15 hour days, sleep in your car, and use the local gas station as you lunch room.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Against Philanthropy", ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Donnie Darko is back in theaters in 4K. Such a great film. If you like it as well, try out Mr Nobody too 👌

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If you're longing for a time when rap had a message beyond the bling, have a listen to Kate Tempest 🤘❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Why Germans Can Say Things No One Else Can", in addition to depth, they also do punch like nobody else: VERDAMMT ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The price of monetizing schemes”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The web is swallowing the desktop whole and nobody noticed", coming to mobile next. Turbolinks + native nav = ❤

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Interviewing job applicants in a coffee shop is fucking barbaric. Stop it. STOP. IT”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The false idols: Silicon Valley’s unicorns aren’t to be emulated", got a few quotes in this.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The Calm Company” is a new book by @jasonfried and I, coming in ‘17. Stop the crazy at work

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Zapier will pay $10K towards San Francisco hires willing to de-location from the city, go remote. Just brilliant ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I wrote up the architecture behind Basecamp that deploys to 6 platforms from 1 monolithic code base last year.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Ethics can’t be a side hustle” by @monteiro ❤

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

This is the technical equivalent of labeling a company a "nice lifestyle business". And it's just as much horseshit…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Sleep deprivation is not a badge of honor”

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Why we never sold Basecamp by the seat” ,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"How to survive an acquisition: You don’t own your product anymore. Your product is now 'strategic alignment'",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

People are starting to RECONSIDER the startup rat race. Good!

What are you doing, Medium?
article
by @cigelske

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"What are you doing, Medium?", few things I loathe more than apps abusing push notifications to peddle dumb shit.

Horses for courses
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Horses for courses”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“A fuck-you money attitude”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“How some people walk into Basecamp” ,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Why we don't hire programmers based on puzzles, API quizzes, math riddles, or other parlor tricks",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Exponential growth devours and corrupts”, often of the back of The Automatron Class @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Exponential growth devours and corrupts”, a continuation of the thoughts in RECONSIDER

Getting less done
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Let 2017 be the year where you get less done.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Write-ups of the 13 books I read in 2016 as experienced through our "What are you reading?" feature in Basecamp.

Why we choose profit
article
by @jasonfried

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Why we choose profit”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"I’ll never bring my phone on an international flight again. Neither should you", hard to argue with this logic

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Your software just isn’t mission critical”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"In an age of robots, schools are teaching our children to be redundant",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Apropos: “Making money along the way: Did Dropbox and Evernote heed the lessons of Flip?”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Work, Basecamp, and The Magic of Ordinary Things”, @chargebee

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I appeared on the "Everyone Hates Marketers" to talk about the language of bullshit,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Don’t accelerate your startup”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Epic statistical analysis of why US life expectancy isn't as high as health-care spending would naively imply.…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"High US health care spending is quite well explained by its high material standard of living", illuminating 💡

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

What did Etsy think was going to happen when they took VC money, did an IPO with Goldman Sachs, and got listed?

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Paranoia won’t save you in the end”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

If the recent themes of workaholism / sustainability have caught your interest, you may enjoy my @tferris interview.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Research is very clear: no matter what kind of work, overwork is going to impact your productivity for the worse",

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Position, Position, [email protected]

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“The Buck Stops Here — refunds in 2017 come out of my pocket”, @jasonfried steps it up.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

New Leica M10 camera has fewer features than its predecessor. Just the basics executed ever more beautifully 😍

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Gig economy is a symptom of societal failure and dysfunction. Mark of shame, not celebration.…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Venture capital is going to murder [email protected]

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“Hiding inside the incredible journey”,

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Speaking of Yahoo and the acquisition spree Mayer took them on: Acquisition condolences, from 2010.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Big IPO, Tiny Payout: People on average overestimate what they are going to make by about 10X", Valley economics 🤥

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Employees are far happier when they are led by people with deep expertise in the core activity of the business",…

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

The problem with allowing external vendors to fill key gaps in your product lineup. Apple should know this.

All or something
article
by @dhh

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"The 31 tools we use [in a company of 28 people]". At what point can we say someone is an app hoarder? 😯

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

“This is why we have working managers (and why Microsoft, Apple stumbled when they thiers)”,

What my calendar looks like
article
by @jasonfried

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

What @jasonfried's calendar looks like as the CEO of Basecamp. Completely void of TETRIS CRAZY. Just calm space.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I have not cringed this hard in a long time. I would pay good money never to see this. Sorry @garyvee! 😵

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Rails 5.1.0.beta1: Loving JavaScript, System Tests, Encrypted Secrets, and MORE. So. Much. Good. Stuff! 🎉❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

I went on the @MonkeyPodcast to talk venture capital, Silicon Valley, Trump and more.

S-1
website

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Snap is probably the most interesting company in social media, but fuck, losing close to a BILLION in last two yrs 😵

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"We found a consistent positive relationship between profanity and honesty", fuck yeah, BECAUSE SCIENCE 😂

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Quizzing all prospective programming hires on algorithms reveals a deep, fundamental misunderstanding of the craft.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Congratulations to @mikeperham for five years with Sidekiq 👏 Awesome way to combine free OSS and commercial version.

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

REWORK has now sold well over half a million worldwide. Including 100,000 in China alone! 🙏❤️ 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Got @leica_camera M10? Starved for @vsco film preset compatibility? You can convert Q/SL DNG Profiles using this ❤️

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Speaking of Box, try to see if you can find the fact that they lost $200M in 2016 in their earnings report. 😄 

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Stories that Hacker News removes from the front page", so eager to appear unbiased, yet just as much a partisan rag

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

Here's @penelopetrunk on why she doesn't think Montessori works for (some/many/most?) boys. Read the comments 😱

David Heinemeier Hansson's Review:

"Iceland knows how to stop teen substance abuse but the rest of the world isn’t listening", alternatives not sermons

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