Collaborate with kindness: Consider these etiquette tips in Slack
From Oregon-based Matt Haughey. Slack works best as a collaborative workspace when everyone in a company uses it to have transparent, informative discussions in channels, which are organised around projects, teams and disciplines. But let’s be honest, many teams rely far too often on direct messages—mostly for quick questions and answers. This creates two issues…
Reclaim.ai: Task Management Trends Report: Managers vs. Individual Contributors Statistics
This Task Management Trends Report surveyed over 2,000 professionals to analyze how managers and team members are prioritizing and defending their time for focused work across their increasingly busy workweeks, using project management platforms Jira, Asana, Todoist, Trello and ClickUp. We found that only 12.4% of individual contributors are able to dedicate more than 6 hours a day to their actual task work, and only 53.3% of time working on tasks is actually spent on productive work. Managers themselves are struggling to make this a reality for their direct reports, and rank their ability at only 5.3 on a 1-10 scale for being able to minimize distractions and interruptions for their team. The average manager also reported wanting to defend an additional 9.4 hours for each team member every week for task work, freeing them up from distracting meetings and non-priority commitments.
Lytics: Relational vs. non-relational databases: Understanding the difference
Before delving into terms like relational vs. non-relational databases, let’s begin with first understanding what exactly a database is and what it does. You may already be familiar with one kind of database or another, but breaking it down into easier terms will help you better understand the two types and which one will work best for your particular needs.
The Real Potential of NFTs
Amidst the scams and bubbles, credible scarcity and authenticity will unlock real value in digital markets
The 10 mistakes I’ve made… so you don’t have to
More than a decade old. And more than still relevant.
State of the Mental Health of People in ENS Ecosystem
This project is part of the beginning instead of cure-all. Our goal is to be proactive and preventative rather than reactive, which has been the case in web2. This project is shining a light on what, up until this point, has been one-off stories of mental health challenges. It’s a nice change of pace to help the ENS and ENS DAO ecosystem while the foundation is being created instead of trying to retrofit solutions.