Hacker Bits, Issue 14 Cover

Hacker Bits, Issue 14

Welcome to issue 14 of Hacker Bits! You gave us feedback, and we’re making some adjustments to Hacker Bits. What we’re hearing is that the 3 key themes continue to be: Additionally, Hacker Bits will move towards an email magazine/newsletter …

Hacker Bits, Issue 13

Hacker Bits, Issue 13

Happy 1-year anniversary everyone! When we launched Hacker Bits a year ago, not in our wildest dreams did we expect such a warm response from our readers and contributors. So thank you to all of you who have made Hacker …

Hacker Bits Cover, Issue 12

Hacker Bits, Issue 12

Is interviewing candidates a good way to hire for the tech industry? Developer Amir Yasin doesn’t think so. In this issue’s most highly-upvoted article, he shows us how to hire the best candidate for the job with 2 innovative ideas. …

Hacker Bits Cover, Issue 11

Hacker Bits, Issue 11

Welcome to the December issue of Hacker Bits! If you’re looking for some positivity after a grueling election season, then you’ve come to the right place. Brian Gilham recounts a delightful anecdote about the importance of being kind, and we …

Hacker Bits Cover, November 2016

Hacker Bits, Nov 2016

What if working less actually increases productivity? Itamar Turner-Trauring makes the case for working less in this month’s most highly-upvoted article. Are you an old geek? Are twenty-something co-workers making you feel over the hill? If you’ve ever been told …

Hacker Bits Cover, October 2016

Hacker Bits, Oct 2016

Simplify and automate. Here at Hacker Bits, we are big advocates of simplicity. We believe that when the going gets tough, the tough simplifies. When we are snowed under with work, we don’t dream about chucking it all and running …

Hacker Bits Cover, September 2016

Hacker Bits, Sep 2016

Welcome to the September issue of Hacker Bits! We hope you’ve had an awesome summer! In this issue of Hacker Bits, we are so thrilled to bring you Tim O’Reilly, who tells us all about the future of work and …

Hacker Bits Cover, August 2016

Hacker Bits, Aug 2016

As we near the dog days of summer, we can’t think of anything more restorative than catching up on our reading with a tall glass of iced tea. And if you are looking for something worthwhile to read, don’t miss …

Hacker Bits Cover, July 2016

Hacker Bits, Jul 2016

Greetings from Redmond! Lately, we’ve been thinking a lot about free will. Do we have it? Do we want it? Is technology freeing? Or does it simply give you a menu to choose from? In this issue’s most highly upvoted …