The hottest Framework Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Topsoil • 511 implied HN points • 30 Jun 23
  1. Data in agriculture is essential for advancements like Generative AI, automation, and precision agriculture.
  2. Challenges in farm digitization include issues like connectivity, interoperability, data quality, trust, and incentives.
  3. Farmers derive value from data through decision-making, enabling technologies, sharing with advisors, compliance, and future income opportunities.
Data Analysis Journal • 275 implied HN points • 20 Sep 23
  1. Root cause analysis is essential for understanding unexpected changes in user behavior or metric decline.
  2. Tools like Root Cause Analysis (RCA) can pinpoint anomalies quickly, but additional work is needed to truly understand why something is happening.
  3. Analyzing the 'what' and 'why' behind metrics decline or user behavior change requires a comprehensive framework.
Venture Prose • 738 implied HN points • 22 Jan 23
  1. To make decisions effectively, leadership, a decision-making framework, and team engagement are crucial.
  2. Leadership entails setting direction, rhythm, and ensuring alignment with the company's vision and mission.
  3. Utilizing a decision-making framework involves considering the level of information, potential impact, execution intensity, and reversibility of decisions.
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Product Power by Samet Ozkale • 196 implied HN points • 19 Oct 23
  1. Product managers can find ideas through user interviews, trend analysis, personal experiences, and input from internal stakeholders.
  2. Criteria for pursuing an idea include satisfying a need, having a unique selling point, being profitable and in demand, and creating value.
  3. Utilizing the Double Diamond framework can guide product discovery and development by focusing on understanding problems before jumping into solutions.
Rod’s Blog • 39 implied HN points • 30 Jan 24
  1. AI red teaming is crucial for ensuring AI systems are robust, secure, and aligned with human values and expectations.
  2. AI red teaming helps identify weaknesses and threats that could compromise the performance, functionality, or integrity of AI systems.
  3. AI red teaming aligns with responsible AI principles like fairness, reliability, safety, privacy, inclusiveness, transparency, and accountability.
TechTalks • 19 implied HN points • 05 Feb 24
  1. Most machine learning projects fail due to a gap in understanding between data scientists and business professionals.
  2. Eric Siegel introduces bizML, a six-step framework for successful machine learning projects that emphasizes starting with the end business goal.
  3. Improving human understanding and leadership is crucial for the success of advanced technologies like machine learning.
10x your mind • 159 implied HN points • 16 Mar 23
  1. Clarity in writing is crucial for effective communication. Your message should flow seamlessly like a river, and not leave your audience confused.
  2. The 3-1-1-1 framework is a helpful tool to enhance clarity in both writing and conversation. It involves condensing your thoughts from 3 pages to 1 sentence, improving storytelling skills.
  3. Applying the 3-1-1-1 framework can benefit not only children but also adults in various aspects of communication like work presentations and emails. It helps in delivering concise and impactful messages.
Startup Business Tips 🚀 • 64 implied HN points • 07 Oct 23
  1. Messaging is the foundation for sales & marketing assets like homepage, demos, sales decks.
  2. The 5-part Messaging Framework includes understanding the market, ideal customer profile, competitive alternatives, product, and value proposition.
  3. Creating your own Messaging Framework is essential for consistent communication and effective sales & marketing activities.
Olshansky's Newsletter • 44 implied HN points • 29 Sep 23
  1. Pocket Network is implementing the Shannon Upgrade as a micro-rollup using Rollkit and Celestia.
  2. Pocket Network provides developers with reliable, performant, and cost-effective RPC access to the open internet.
  3. The decision to pivot to Rollkit allows Pocket to focus on core utility, delegate security to Data Availability layers, and scale the number of relays the network can handle.
Entry Level Investing • 33 implied HN points • 18 Oct 23
  1. Every subcategory of Company has its own KPIs and benchmarks for venture funding rounds.
  2. Application Layer AI companies are assessed similarly to traditional Enterprise SaaS solutions but with some leeway on revenue targets.
  3. Tooling Layer businesses tend to fundraise one stage behind Application Layer businesses due to higher capital investment and time requirements.
Building Rome(s) • 13 implied HN points • 24 Aug 23
  1. The role of a Technical Program Manager (TPM) involves defining and implementing the methodology and framework for software development projects.
  2. Methodologies provide general principles while frameworks offer specific plans of action.
  3. It's important for TPMs to be flexible in choosing the right methodology and framework based on the project's specific needs and requirements.
UX Psychology • 19 implied HN points • 11 Mar 22
  1. Using storytelling skills can help overcome challenges in presenting UX research insights - simplify and make it narrative.
  2. SCQA framework (Situation, Complication, Question, Answer) structures information for a clear and compelling story.
  3. Applying SCQA in presentations can make messages clearer, urgent, and more interesting, capturing audience attention effectively.
tldraw • 4 HN points • 02 Mar 23
  1. Signia is an original library that offers a core reactive state management system for TypeScript using a new lazy reactivity model based on logical clocks.
  2. Signia's main differentiating features are incremental derivations for saving work during re-computations and transactions with built-in support for rollbacks.
  3. The scalability of Signia's signals is enhanced by always caching derived values and emitting change descriptions (diffs) to incrementally recompute values, offering a new approach to reactivity.
Rain Clouds • 1 HN point • 20 Mar 23
  1. The landscape of cloud development tooling is evolving, with a focus on creating abstractions and frameworks to simplify the process of building and deploying distributed cloud applications.
  2. Infrastructure-as-code languages are transitioning towards statically typed programming languages like TypeScript for better developer experiences and easier maintenance.
  3. New frameworks like Eventual, Ampt, Nitric, and others are emerging to abstract away infrastructure complexities, provide end-to-end type-safe development experiences, and offer seamless integrations with existing cloud environments.
Implementing • 0 implied HN points • 08 Jan 24
  1. The project structure for a Node.js backend, inspired by the Model View Controller (MVC) approach, includes folders for controllers, models, and utilities to maintain context information for HTTP requests effectively.
  2. The use of a custom logger within the application without relying on external libraries provides flexibility and control over log formatting and content, allowing easy debugging and monitoring.
  3. Switching from MySQL to Postgres for personal projects offers advantages in terms of transaction handling, materialized view creation, cost-effectiveness in hosting, and better performance for certain tasks.
Equal Ventures • 0 implied HN points • 31 Mar 20
  1. Founders need plans for various potential scenarios caused by the pandemic, leading to the creation of a standardized framework for strategic planning.
  2. The framework is divided into 3 key sections: current impacts analysis, short-term scenario planning, and long-term implications discussion.
  3. Personalizing the framework template for different business categories is important to account for varying impacts and parameters.
Turnaround • 0 implied HN points • 06 Jan 20
  1. Having a good prioritisation framework is crucial for Product Managers to remove ambiguity in decision-making and set correct expectations, especially when dealing with backlogs.
  2. Using a scoring formula can help Product Managers prioritize ideas, features, and tasks to create a ranked order that the team can understand and follow during product roadmap planning.
  3. Product Managers can benefit from a prioritization framework like a modified RICE model, which involves assigning scores based on various factors like customer value, engineering effort, and product line priority to create a rational backlog grooming session.
Microfrontends, Architecture and Trade-offs • 0 implied HN points • 29 Sep 23
  1. Remote rendering allows third-party code to define UI in a secure sandbox and render it in the host application.
  2. Benefits of remote rendering include ensuring consistent user experience, avoiding bundle explosion, and maintaining host performance.
  3. Secure implementation of remote rendering involves running third-party code in a sandboxed environment with restricted access to the host.
Research-Driven Engineering Leadership • 0 implied HN points • 21 Aug 23
  1. There is no single measure of productivity in software engineering; a combination of different metrics across satisfaction, performance, activity, communication/collaboration, and efficiency/flow are crucial.
  2. The SPACE framework, introduced by researchers at Microsoft in 2021, is a popular and effective way to measure developer productivity, focusing on dimensions like satisfaction, performance, activity, communication/collaboration, and efficiency/flow.
  3. When implementing the SPACE framework, start with a clear goal, choose metrics that cover diverse categories, include both system and perception metrics, conduct regular developer surveys, and engage the team to make productivity measurement a collective effort.
Life Coaching Curriculum & Soft Skills for Leadership • 0 implied HN points • 11 Feb 24
  1. Clearly define the problem to ensure everyone is on the same page.
  2. Use tools like the Fishbone Diagram to visually map out causes and connections.
  3. Employ techniques like the "5 Whys" to dig deeper into root causes and prioritize based on impact for effective problem-solving.