Pretty cool read, the focus is on automating tasks so new employees don’t need to know a lot to get started and working, having teams that focus primarily on one single part of GitHub and reducing complexity.
We have to avoid being like Europe so we’ll do what Europe did but it’ll turn out differently for us.
The second part doesn’t make a lot of sense as far as a partial solution to solving the deficit, the collective bargaining wouldn’t reduce any current state payments to employees.
Pretty simple, jobs, jobs and more jobs should be the primary priority of any government in this situation.
How is it good for tax breaks to be extended that mostly benefit the wealthy good and extending unemployment benefits so people don’t end up on the street a tragedy?
Krugman once again with arguing forcefully and eloquently for some rational decision making on the part of economic policy.
Why can’t people applying to fulfill programming positions complete even basic and simple programs.