Gen Z doesn’t understand file structures (Ep. 415)

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February 15, 2022

The house crew talks about Cassidy’s new position as Head of Developer Expertise and Training at Distant, Ceora’s controversial opinion on mac and cheese, and why Gen Z might perceive info structure in another way than the remainder of us.

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The house crew talks about Cassidy’s new position as Head of Developer Expertise and Training at Distant, Ceora’s controversial opinion on mac and cheese, and why Gen Z might perceive info structure in another way than the remainder of us.

Episode notes

It’s not information that, as Cassidy says, “distant has grown wildly quick”—however Remote has gone from about 25 workers in March 2020 to 900 now (a 3,500% improve).

Ceora explains to Matt (oh, candy summer season’s youngster) what it means to get ratioed on Twitter.

Impressed by a great read, the crew discusses how Gen Z, having grown up with out floppy disks, file folders, or directories, thinks about info.

This week’s Lifeboat badge goes to person 1983 for his or her reply to the query Why can I not use `new` with an arrow function in JavaScript/ES6?.

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