Why does Sean Bean always die in movies?
Amidala in Star Wars wears mongolian dress
In Google Sheets you can sort by multiple columns
Double click to fill down formula in Excel works only when left column contains data
Every week I read a bunch of articles, watch videos, chat with people, discover new websites, tools, games, books and then some. This amounts to a lot of new information to absorb. So I figured why not write it down and make a summary every now and then to keep track of it all? That’s This Week I Learned (TWIL) in a nutshell. And what did you learn this week? 🙂
Sometimes cells in Excel look the same, but comparison says they are not equal – trim them
6 Reasons your Product will Fail – lesson for both startups and existing companies
The downside to the over-reliance of listening to your customers is that you limit your feedback to those who already exist in your pre-defined market. Like the constellations of the stars, you are free to explore new dots to join.
There is a feature in Notepad++ to search in files
Portal offering loading icons and spinners
Why does Excel asks to save changes even when there are none
You can recognize Half-Life (and other applications) communication using only the first 4 bytes
Hello Reader, You should capitalize word after the comma in your emails.
Hello Reader, this is the wrong way.
Character anatomy reference for artists
What to do at your new work as PM
Using Machine Learning (ML) to predict whether people will quit their jobs
Allusion is a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea… “Don’t act like a Romeo in front of her.”
What is your favorite or most surprising “hack” solution to a game development problem?
It’s called the Troxler‘s fading when you stop seeing the picture by staring at it
(CZ) Učitelé a jejich otázky… aneb hra Argentina (Byl jsem takto mnohokrát zkoušen xD)
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And what did you learn this week? ?