Gidi Meir Morris

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That One Time When The US Screeched To A Halt

It doesn’t matter how long I’ve been in the tech industry, two things never seem to change for me. The first is that when starting a new job my impostor syndrome promptly kicks in,...

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Experiments As An Entity

This post is part of the series The secret sauce to an effective team which describes the steps taken within my team at Unruly in order to facilitate the fostering of psychological safety amongst...

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Occupy Hand Signals

This post is part of the series The secret sauce to an effective team which describes the steps taken within my team at Unruly in order to facilitate the fostering of psychological safety amongst...

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Getting Better at X

This post is part of the series The secret sauce to an effective team which describes the steps taken within my team at Unruly in order to facilitate the fostering of psychological safety amongst...

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Pairing Checklist

This post is part of the series The secret sauce to an effective team which describes the steps taken within my team at Unruly in order to facilitate the fostering of psychological safety amongst...

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Feedback & Cake

This post is part of the series The secret sauce to an effective team which describes the steps taken within my team at Unruly in order to facilitate the fostering of psychological safety amongst...

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The secret sauce to an effective team is a mix of Marmalade, Chutney and a little Tahini

They used to joke about my team that “It would take them six months just to agree on whether they want to use semicolons; and even then it would be open to debate for...

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When Personal Ethics Clash With Industry Norms

Last week I had the profound pleasure of attending the first ever COED:ETHICS conference in London. A first of its kind, the organisers of this conference posed a question which has long been on...

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Betting On Reason

Approximately a decade ago I found myself at a sort of crossroads. I was about to reach my notice period and was contemplating my options. Having accumulated just over seven years with my first...

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The magical quest for Componentisation

I would like, if I may, to ask you an existential question. What is the core of our job as developers today? It probably isn’t figuring out the next super cool & complex algorithm....

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Using ES6's Proxy for safe Object property access

I can’t get over the feeling that ES6 (still refusing to say ES2015 ^_^) is a kind of playground offering me all these new toys and attractions to play around with. Currently my focus...

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Turning Spaghetti into Lasagne

Just over a year ago I started a project which I went into thinking ‘I’m not sure how to do this’ and now, a year and a half later, it is finally almost done...

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Why on earth would you create yet another package manager for Javascript?

I recently got asked this question by a coworker…. as I tried to explain I found myself going back four years to my next to last job, where I developed the component I recently...

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Simmer.js: A Javascript reverse CSS selector engine

As Front End developers we use CSS selector engines all the time. Most commonly, Sizzle, which is baked into jQuery. The selector engine provides us with a comfortable way to search for elements on...