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Choose Boring Technology - Dan McKinley
An important step in getting to that state is realizing that attention is precious.

Humans have a finite amount of capacity for sweating details.
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18 days ago by jslu
Is 'Huh?' a universal word?
A word like ‘Huh?’ —used when one has not caught what someone just said—appears to be universal: it is found to have very similar form and function in languages across the globe. ... this little word, along with others that function in similar ways (e.g., ‘Sorry?’ ‘What?’) is an indispensible tool in human communication. Without such words we would be unable to signal when we have problems with hearing or understanding what was said. Because conversation moves along so quickly, if we did not have reliable ways of signaling trouble, we would constantly fail to stay ‘on the same page’ in social interaction.
@Article  @Research  @Comparison  @Example  Language  InterpersonalCommunication  Feedback-receiving 
february 2019 by jslu
Seeing Theory - A visual introduction to probability and statistics
Seeing Theory was created by Daniel Kunin while an undergraduate at Brown University. The goal of this website is to make statistics more accessible through interactive visualizations
@Site  @Project  @Concept  @CourseOutline  Math  Problem-solving  InterpersonalCommunication  MeaningManagement  UnexpectednessUncertaintyAndImpermanence  Tutorial 
december 2018 by jslu
How Culture Influences Communication Styles, Habits, and Behaviors, Part 1 - Rice University | Coursera
Video created by Rice University for the course "Interpersonal Communication for Engineering Leaders". Today’s global business environment makes ...
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december 2018 by jccalhoun
[Wikipedia] Paxos (computer science)
a family of protocols for solving consensus in a network of unreliable processors. Consensus is the process of agreeing on one result among a group of participants. This problem becomes difficult when the participants or their communication medium may experience failures. ... The Paxos family of protocols includes a spectrum of trade-offs between the number of processors, number of message delays before learning the agreed value, the activity level of individual participants, number of messages sent, and types of failures.
@Wikipedia  @Concept  DistributedSystem  Decision-making  Fault-tolerance  InterpersonalCommunication  DataSync  CloudComputing 
november 2018 by jslu
[程序猿DD] Lombok:让JAVA代码更优雅
Lombok项目通过添加“处理程序”,使java成为一种更为简单的语言。作为一个Old Java Developer,我们都知道我们经常需要定义一系列的套路,比如定义如下的格式对象。
@Article  @HOWTO  @Example  @Comparison  Java  Reading  InterpersonalCommunication  MeaningManagement  Software  Programming  Language  Self-expression  Tutorial 
october 2018 by jslu
[咀嚼之味] 阻碍你使用 GraphQL 的十个问题
从官方的定义来说,GraphQL 是一种针对 API 的查询语言;在我看来,GraphQL 是一种标准,而与标准相对的便是实现。就像 EcmaScript 与 JavaScript 的关系,从一开始你就需要有这样一种认知:GraphQL 只定义了这种查询语言语法如何、具体的语句如何执行等。但是,你在真正使用某种 GraphQL 的服务端实现时,是有可能发现 GraphQL 标准中所描述的特性尚未被实现;或者这种 GraphQL 的实现扩展了 GraphQL 标准所定义的内容。
@Article  @Concept  @Comparison  @Reference  API  CloudComputing  Software  Programming  InterpersonalCommunication  Cache  Database  Tutorial 
october 2018 by jslu
[The Family] Avoiding Zombie Startups
zombie startups: companies that have the outside appearance of a startup but that aren’t moving that quickly and that are likely to always stay small, kept alive with suboptimal sources of funding (bad angel investors, subsidies, grants, etc.):
#1 Don't join a startup only because of the cash it has raised.
#2 Don't join a startup because of the prizes it has won or the coverage it got.
#3 Don't join a startup in which the team isn’t properly incentivised equity-wise.
#4 Always ask yourself why they are hiring.
#5 Companies can have different values but transparency is non-negotiable.
@Article  @HOWTO  Finance  Entrepreneurship  Motivation  HR  Investment  PEnVC  Trustworthiness  Funding  Marketing  InterpersonalCommunication  CorporateGovernance  Interdisciplinarity 
october 2018 by jslu
Code Review Review is the Manager's Job
The code review, usually performed using GitHub pull requests or the like, is now the highest leverage point for improving an engineering team’s output... Code reviews are not about catching bugs. Modern code reviews are about socialization, learning, and teaching... The behavioural trends in the process are your domain and if you’re running a meta-review process well your work will be predominantly behind the scenes.
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august 2018 by jslu
[Aaron Longwell] Why Software Development Requires Servant Leaders
The idea applies to any kind of leader, but I think it’s especially applicable to leaders of software projects, where the unique dynamics of unpredictability and complexity collide. ... Successful software managers find ways to be flexible; to bend without breaking and to resolve the tension gradually. Servant leadership can be a guide to finding this flexibility.
@Article  @Concept  Software  Engineering  Leadership  UnexpectednessUncertaintyAndImpermanence  ConflictResolution  Adaptability  Teamwork  Creativity  Listening  Learning  ProjectManagement  @HOWTO  LatentDesire  Empathy  InterpersonalCommunication 
august 2018 by jslu
[Inside Intercom] The Orange Juice Test
propose a task you know to be extremely difficult but possible, and then measure the candidate’s reaction. If they are defeatist (“That can’t be done!“) or deluded (“I’d code that in a weekend“) then that’s what you’d be hiring.
@Article  @Story  @HOWTO  @Example  Trustworthiness  InterpersonalCommunication  Software  OutSourcing  Delegation  Non-verbal  Problem-solving  Risk-taking  Tip 
august 2018 by jslu
[3S Market「全球智慧科技應用」市場資訊網] 為什麼 IoT 開發人員會對 MQTT 和 CoAP 感到困惑?
你可能都在問的問題是,「如果他們很相似,我應該在什麼時候使用哪一個;又在什麼時候,使用哪一個?」
@Article  @Comparison  @Concept  @Reference  IoT  Internet  InterpersonalCommunication  Software  Tutorial 
august 2018 by jslu
[Pluralsight] Introduction to testing with BDD and the Spock Framework
This has been an introduction to the Spock framework and BDD. I hope you can see how readable and accessible is to test with the help of Groovy and this framework.
@Article  @HOWTO  @Concept  @Example  Java  Software  TDD  Framework  Reading  InterpersonalCommunication  Fault-tolerance  Feedback-receiving  Agility  Productivity  HabitRoutineAndPattern  Tutorial  Tip 
august 2018 by jslu
Designing good DSL @ tonsky.me
DSLs are great tool to reduce complexity and define problems in a compact and succinct way. In case you need to design your own, these are a few common traps to avoid.
@Article  @HOWTO  @Concept  Language  Simplicity  Self-expression  InterpersonalCommunication  MeaningManagement  AttentionManagement  Problem-solving  Tip 
july 2018 by jslu
[DZone Java] Finally, Java 10 Has var to Declare Local Variables
Finally, Java has var keyword to declare variables. which allows you to declare a variable without their type, e.g. instead of doing String str = "Java", you can now just say var str = "Java". This may not sound like much when declaring Strings or an int variable, but consider complex types with generics. This will surely save a lot of typing and also improves the readability of code.
@Article  @Concept  @Example  Reading  UX  Java  Software  Programming  Language  InterpersonalCommunication 
july 2018 by jslu
[MIT News] Back-and-forth exchanges boost children’s brain response to language
MIT cognitive scientists have now found that conversation between an adult and a child appears to change the child’s brain, and that this back-and-forth conversation is actually more critical to language development than the word gap. In a study of children between the ages of 4 and 6, they found that differences in the number of “conversational turns” accounted for a large portion of the differences in brain physiology and language skills that they found among the children.
@Article  @Research  PersonalGrowth  Language  InterpersonalCommunication  Brain 
july 2018 by jslu
Let's code a TCP/IP stack, 1: Ethernet & ARP
Writing your own TCP/IP stack may seem like a daunting task. Indeed, TCP has accumulated many specifications over its lifetime of more than thirty years. The core specification, however, is seemingly compact1 - the important parts being TCP header parsing, the state machine, congestion control and retransmission timeout computation.
@Article  @HOWTO  @Concept  @Reference  @Example  Internet  Software  Programming  InterpersonalCommunication 
june 2018 by jslu

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