Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got cool coding, good grades, a cup of tea, and more.
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Spend the holidays with
new friends by joining Tea With Strangers, created by Ankit Shah to help himself and everyone else get together and connect with new folks.
MarTech, the marketing technology conference, is set to happen from April 15 to 17 in San Jose, and will feature Brian Solis and Nancy Duarte as the keynote speakers. Media
dominate in sales and business with an “Always Forward” mindset. Hear it straight from Bill Wooditch on The Brand Domination Show.
Find out who
Kimberly Wiefling is and how she uses organizational culture to turn groups into teams in her interview for Heart at Work Podcast.
The Anatomy of a Strategy Podcast, hosted
Tara Hunt and Carlos Pacheco, shines the spotlight on Alex Hillman, who shares the history of Indy Hall, Stacking the Bricks, and making a product. Writing
Read It Forward wants to help you
make your community a better place with this list of great reads to uplift and inspire, including Rhonda Magee’s newest book, The Inner Work of Racial Justice.
Ricky Yean put together a newsletter experiment, and in his latest blog post he reveals the reflections and results he found.
Coding is cool according to Sasha Ariel Alston, who is featured on The Renewal Project with her message to little girls, encouraging them to enter the world of tech.
Michelle Kim’s latest blog article, she compares and contrasts the terms allyship and accomplice, and discusses what it truly means to be an ally.
Contrary to the common wisdom that it’s rarely a good idea to lower your prices,
Mark Silver lists a few reasons why it might be okay to lower prices sometimes in his new blog post. Recommended Resources
Lauren Kunze appeared at TEDxSanFrancisco for a talk on
deprogramming homicidal sex robots. Lauren was highly recommended by Loic Le Meur during his Hack the Process interview.
The Lesson to Unlearn is a new essay by Paul Graham, whose work influenced Christina Wodtke, Ankit Shah, and Ricky Yean. In it he shares his thoughts about the contradictory relationship between learning and good grades.
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