A not so #MetaBeers newsletter went out before Christmas, and lo and behold, it contained a top twelve (top tens are so pre-buzzfeed). The subscribers had spoken loud and clear all year, and in terms of their favourite reads 2015 looked like a pretty interesting affair. So here it is reproduced, such that the internet is not robbed of all that metabroadcat goodness.
But that’s not all! Throughout the same 2015, the internet itself had a good look at our write ups, and so I’m adding a further baker’s dozen of tasty morsels to your New Year reading list below 🙂 Thanks for reviewing us, so to speak, and for watching this space. Here’s to a rich and inspired 2016!
from our wee newsletter (do subscribe)
- January – wifi: this is how we do it
- February – classiclink: I love you!
- March – good read: why procrastinators procrastinate
- April – everything is connected
- May – the vpc etc hosts hack
- June – Atlas: our media metadata router
- July – Voila: our media product engine
- August – pedal power, with benefits
- September – Voila: the power of panels
- October – Atlas: V is for VOD
- November – an enterprise beverage facility to rule them all
- December & Top of the year 2015 – jobs at MetaBroadcast (do apply)
on the wide wide web*
- January – graph all the things
- February – #metabeers 18 February 2015: web series
- March – resetting Kafka offsets
- April – documentation, oh deer
- May – my first #metabeers talk OR how things got real
- June – the difference between urgent and important things
- July – #metabeers: a ‘how not to’ guide to video on demand
- August – superstylin’ guides
- September – APIs vs feeds
- October – frisby.setup()
- November – good API design checklist – part 2
- December – getting the most of IntelliJ and avoiding carpal tunnel syndrome
- Top of the year 2015 – meet our recruiting process** (and apply, srsly)
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* For this post, only articles published in 2015 were considered.
** This never gets old. And it does get updated, so technically it is a 2015 article. Sort of. Anyway. Still here? Go on then!