May the 4th be with you. What's your favorite Star Wars moment and what you learned from it?
Bogomil Shopov - Bogo
🌌🔫🆕🙏 Happy Star Wars day people. My favorite moment is when the Red Team destroys the Death Star and the fact that we all need to think about securing all the product we build :) What's yours?
In the prelogy : Yoda's reaction to Order 66 In the original trilogy : When Vador rescues Luke In postology : When Han Solo admits that he believes in The Force
I think it's from the Mandalorian - I can equate "This is the Way" to some of the things I've heard in the Indie Hacking community - despite the fact there are many different ways to approach and do things (like taking ones Helmet off in front of others!) PS so glad someone did something Star Wars related today in this community (I couldn't think of anything!)
When Obi-Wan explains the force: https://youtu.be/Dba-FPUz5SU?t=126 Whether we're thinking of faith – or building a team – we always need to keep perspective that something bigger than us is at work
"These aren't the droids you're looking for". How you can change the customer attention focus at will if you're good enough at it:)
I obviously love the original trilogy, but the Holdo lightspeed maneuver was so amazing to see in a theatre because the sound cut out completely and you could hear the whole theatre gasp. Such a powerful moment!
Battle of Scarif in Rogue One. Makes me excited for the future of the space industry! One of my dreams is to be able to look up in the night sky and see the blinking lights of ships.
To get a good article, a lot of effort goes into it. Like what we are doing, they will help you in some way drift boss fnf