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Tesla shareholders vote to reinstate Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package (3 minute read)

Tesla shareholders vote to reinstate Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package (3 minute read)

This article provides a summary of what was discussed at Tesla's annual meeting. Tesla shareholders have voted to ratify CEO Elon Musk's $56 billion pay package. While the vote doesn't override an earlier court ruling that ordered Tesla to rescind the package, it provides a public relations victory for Musk and could help him sway a court to give him the performance options in the future. Shareholders also voted to move Tesla's site of incorporation out of Delaware and into Texas.
What good PMs don't do (4 minute read)
Jun 14 | Product

What good PMs don't do (4 minute read)

Good PMs prioritize outcomes over rigid plans, focusing on incremental bets and continuous adaptation. They build partnerships with stakeholders, guiding discussions towards value creation while helping others say no to distractions, ensuring focus on what's necessary for success.
How to Securely Transfer Files with Presigned URLs (7 minute read)
Jun 14 | Infosec

How to Securely Transfer Files with Presigned URLs (7 minute read)

This blog post provides prescriptive guidance for generating presigned URLs that involves using tightly scoped IAM roles, unique minces, and VPC endpoints. It details a solution overview for deploying a presigned URL generation API and an access object API. The post concludes with best practices for sharing and monitoring presigned URLs such as using HTTPS for transit, tightly scoping CORS permissions, monitoring CloudWatch logs, and utilizing AWS WAF.
Advertisers: plan for life after the IP address (3 minute read)
Jun 14 | Marketing

Advertisers: plan for life after the IP address (3 minute read)

IP addresses may be nearing obsolescence due to enhanced privacy measures. Despite delays in phasing out cookies, IP addresses have become a crucial alternative. However, companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple are limiting access to these signals. Advertisers need to take note and accept the ongoing loss of various tracking signals driven by regulatory changes.

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