Last month was a strong one for Hacker Noon, averaging +58K daily visitors & totaling 2M+ pageviews. Our Alexa ranking also climbed into the global top 20K.
In case you missed what’s trending on Hacker Noon this month, here’s the 8 most read posts:
This one may make you re-think how communities are built and function for the rest of your life.
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She’s gonna’ be boss and she’s sharing how she’s building what’s making it happen.
“Whoa there. I definitely need to bookmark this article and remember these things.” — Roman “ROAL” Stejskal.
“this story is interesting for me personally, as I tend to over complicate things for all the infrastructure or engineering things, e.g. try to create a replicated Kubernetes stack “just in case I will have to scale it later” — Yann K.
And here’s four under the radar posts that definitely deserve a read:
We should obviously know what John McAfee thinks in this is-it-really-over election story. More election coverage, visit ExtraNewsfeed.
These questions paint a good picture of where a startup is headed. Startups can answer these 10 questions here, and we’ll consider review for publishing.
Building a startup is about so much more than fundraising.
But sometimes it’s fun to dissect super cool graphs. Great research.
And three questions to think about (and/or respond to):
And two where-technology-meets-life posts:
Plus a book to read:
Hacker Noon stories have caught the attention of Chris Sacca, Docker, Practical Dev, Taylor Edmiston, Silicon Valley Bank, Andrew Chen, Alex Capo, Grand Central Publishing, Y Combinator, FWD.us, Sebastian Lammel, Yehuda Katz, Hired, Bowery Capital, Hiten Shah, and many more people who have pushed the internet forward.
Top photo credit, North Beach Parrot.