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Build Relationships Now With Gen Z

Generation Z (also iGen, Post-Millennials, Centennials, or Plurals) are the cohort of people born after the Millennials. The generation is generally defined with birth years ranging from the mid or late 1990s through the early 2010s or starting from the early 2000s. ~ Wikipedia


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QA is Dead – Find A Sherpa

Where are the UX Sherpas?

Quality Ambassador

I like this one. Quality is not the sole responsibility of a QA. If the whole team doesn’t take quality seriously, the release of new features will always be delayed (or worse, buggy software gets released). Your job is to help the whole team own the quality of the work. The best QAs I’ve worked with have been able to inspire the whole team to care about quality. They work closely with others to share their knowledge and prod others to pick up habits that help improve the quality of their work


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Airmail for iOS Does Not Display Image Attachments Correctly

This is a critical usage bug.

I really love the customization of Airmail and it is superior to other email apps for iOS for this alone. There are enough other reviews out there to learn more about those things.

This is really just my one gripe review, but one which is critical enough to affect usage and result in miscommunication – something no email client these days should do.


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Twitter is fully in crash and burn mode

It burns from the inside, from the CEO down.

Advertisers like the new timeline, if Twitter can pull it off

One advertising executive who is familiar with the test run of the new feature said the company does not seem have the technical capabilities to pull off the algorithm. Tweets show up seemingly arbitrarily, and the system tends to skip over long gaps of time.

Twitter wants you to see the 'best' tweets first | Technology | The Guardian


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