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Learning to Learn
The Art of Doing Science and Engineering: Learning to Learn" was the capstone course by Dr. Richard W. Hamming (1915-1998) for graduate students at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, California.
hamming  youtube  learning  science  engineering 
5 weeks ago by drmeme
A New Paradigm For Corporate Training: Learning In The Flow of Work
Evolution of corporate training

1. E-learning.
2. Talent management.
3. Continuous learning.
4. Digital learning.
5. Learning in the flow of work.
training  learning  elearning 
june 2018 by drmeme
Lessons from My Math Degree That Have Nothing to Do with Math
1. I expect to not get the answer on the first try.
2. I can tolerate ungodly amounts of frustration.
3. I attack problems from multiple angles.
4. I check my goddamn work.
5. I practice persistence.
6. I know what makes me happy (and what doesn’t).
math  learning  persistence  benefits 
may 2018 by drmeme
Training: Introduction to AWS - YouTube - YouTube
Brief, around 10 minutes each, videos for each of the AWS services.
aws  learning  training  videos 
november 2017 by drmeme
PsyArXiv Preprints | How to become a Bayesian in eight easy steps: An annotated reading list
In this guide, we present a reading list to serve as a concise introduction to Bayesian data analysis. The introduction is geared toward reviewers, editors, and interested researchers who are new to Bayesian statistics. We provide commentary for eight recommended sources, which together cover the theoretical and practical cornerstones of Bayesian statistics in psychology and related sciences.
bayes  bayesian  datascience  statistics  learning  tutorial  list 
august 2017 by drmeme
imm3274.pdf
These pages are a collection of facts (identities, approximations, inequalities, relations, ...) about matrices and matters relating to them. It is collected in this form for the convenience of anyone who wants a quick desktop reference .
matrix  mathematics  book  math  learning  reference 
july 2017 by drmeme
Stop waiting for perfection and learn from your mistakes
Be anti-fragile. Build anti-fragile systems.
Get to the root cause.

Organizational issues:
1. Embrace error as a matter of fact.
2. Make due with incomplete information.
3. Praise the value of learning.
antifragile  systems  errors  learning  organizations 
july 2017 by drmeme
Not Lisp Again
The author's ah-ha moment when Hal Abelson taught the difference between iteration and recursion.
lisp  learning  teaching  recursion  iteration 
may 2017 by drmeme
Can we open the black box of AI?
Looking into the black box of machine learning in order to understand why a machine is behaving in a particular way.

The problem is that the knowledge gets baked into the network, rather than into us.

Deep Dream starts from an image — say a flower, or a beach — and modifies it to enhance the response of a particular top-level neuron.

Neural networks are surprisingly easy to fool with images that to people look like random noise, or abstract geometric patterns.

Scientists contend that efforts at creating transparent AI should be seen as complementary to deep learning, not as a replacement.
ai  machinelearning  blackbox  learning  algorithms  trust  deepdream  philosophy  understanding  transparency 
february 2017 by drmeme
How to run a simple postmortem
1. Facilitate carefully.
2. Create an artifact for many.
3. Capture small details.
4. Create a space for difficult discussion.
5. Collect a more complete version of what happened.
6. Consider how and why.
7. Encourage many possible improvements.
8. Pick one improvement, but you’ve got to actually do it.
postmortems  retrospectives  howto  learning  improvements 
january 2017 by drmeme
10 principles of business transformation
1. Think BIG, learn fast, start now.
2. Secure mandate, sponsorship, and support.
3. Right people in the right place.
4. Act your way to a new culture.
5. Build the right thing, then build it the right way.
6. Deliver small, fast, and frequently to build momentum.
7. Build in feedback loops with customers and users.
8. Adapt your approach based on validated learning.
9. Demonstrate evidence for future investment decisions.
10. Scale lessons learned to cross the chasm.
business  lean  transformation  learning  experimentation  feedback 
december 2016 by drmeme
How we learn how you learn
How Duolingo learns about your learning a language.
duolingo  language  learning  forgetting 
december 2016 by drmeme
Effective learning: Twenty rules of formulating knowledge
1. Do not learn if you do not understand
2. Learn before you memorize
3. Build upon the basics
4. Stick to the minimum information principle
5. Cloze deletion is easy and effective
6. Use imagery
7. Use mnemonic techniques
8. Graphic deletion is as good as cloze deletion
9. Avoid sets
10. Avoid enumerations
11. Combat interference
12. Optimize wording
13. Refer to other memories
14. Personalize and provide examples
15. Rely on emotional states
16. Context cues simplify wording
17. Redundancy does not contradict minimum information principle
18. Provide sources
19. Provide date stamping
20. Prioritize
learning  knowledge  understanding  memorization 
december 2016 by drmeme
The Stanford professor who pioneered praising kids for effort says we’ve totally missed the point - Quartz
The key to instilling a growth mindset is teaching kids that their brains are like muscles that can be strengthened through hard work and persistence.
mindset  caroldweck  learning  change 
january 2016 by drmeme
KANJIDAMAGE
Learning Kanji via radicals.
kanji  japanese  characters  learning 
september 2015 by drmeme
PLOS Computational Biology: Ten Simple Rules for Lifelong Learning, According to Hamming
How to always keep learning. Keep reading this often. Rule 1. Cultivate Lifelong Learning as a “Style of Thinking” That Concentrates on Fundamental Principles Rather Than on Facts. Rule 2. Structure Your Learning to Ride the Information Tsunami Rather Than Drown in It Rule 3. Be Prepared to Compete and Interact with a Greater and More Rapidly Increasing Number of Scientists Than at Any Time in the Past Rule 4. Focus on the Future but Don’t Ignore the Past Rule 5. Look for the Personal Angle Rule 6. Learn from the Successes of Others Rule 7. Use Trial and Error to Find the Style of Learning That Suits You Rule 8. No Matter How Much Advice You Get and How Much Talent You Possess, It Is Still You Who Must Do the Learning and Put in the Time Rule 9. Have a Vision to Give You a General Direction Rule 10. Make Your Life Count: Struggle for Excellence
learning  education  hamming  howto  lifelong 
march 2015 by drmeme
dagrep_v002_i009_p109_s12371.pdf
Machine learning in adversarial environments.
Machine  Learning  Methods  for  Computer  Security 
january 2015 by drmeme
Code School - Try Git
Online teaching guide for git. Great!
github  git  tutotial  howto  learning  tutorials 
november 2014 by drmeme
Android Learning Path | SlideRule
List of curated courses for android programming.
android  programming  learning  courses 
november 2014 by drmeme
getify/You-Dont-Know-JS
free ebooks on javascript - details
javascript  ebook  js  learning 
october 2014 by drmeme
Exercism
Crowd-sourced learning to code, with mentorship feedback.
programming  coding  bestpractices  learning  education  tools  crowdsourcing 
september 2014 by drmeme
Ditch the 10,000 hour rule! Why Malcolm Gladwell’s famous advice falls short - Salon.com
Spaced, interleaved, and varied practice helps in addition to just the number of hours of practice.
learning  psychology  teaching 
may 2014 by drmeme
Writing without knowing - Programming - O'Reilly Media
Sometimes, it is better to start to write things about what you don't already know.
writing  teaching  learning  knowing  knowledge 
february 2014 by drmeme
The Experimental Enterprise - Forbes
The role of datascience in a learning organization.
datascience  experiment  failure  learning  agile 
february 2014 by drmeme
Indie Game: The Movie - Edmund McMillen Discusses Game Design Principles — Critical Commons
ood design does not require explicit instruction; rather, players learn from the game implicitly through environmental design as well as subtle ramping in challenge. Players are forced to adapt and discover new ways to solve puzzles or challenges. As this video shows, it's best to complicate the dominant narratives of player freedom and player control associated with games. While players are meant to feel like they are free and making discoveries, they are also following a path meticulously crafted by the designer. From the perspective of education and game-based learning, this video also shows us how players learn within games primarily through experimentation and failure. Instead of needing to get it exactly right the first time, games encourage players to "fail forward" by testing a game system's boundaries, figuring the system out, and finding the most successful path forward.
videogames  mechanics  teaching  learning  games  design 
december 2013 by drmeme
How to Design Programs, Second Edition
Online book to learn programming, using a Scheme.
tutorial  howto  programming  learning  scheme  book  online 
august 2013 by drmeme
Learnable Programming
A well-designed system is not simply a bag of features. A good system is designed to encourage particular ways of thinking.

The environment should allow the learner to:

read the vocabulary -- what do these words mean?
follow the flow -- what happens when?
see the state -- what is the computer thinking?
create by reacting -- start somewhere, then sculpt
create by abstracting -- start concrete, then generalize

The language should provide:

identity and metaphor -- how can I relate the computer's world to my own?
decomposition -- how do I break down my thoughts into mind-sized pieces?
recomposition -- how do I glue pieces together?
readability -- what do these words mean?
bret  victor  programming  environment  teaching  learning  programming  language 
january 2013 by drmeme
Why Can’t Someone Be Taught Until They’re Ready To Learn?
“Questions are places in your mind where answers fit. If you haven’t asked the question, the answer has nowhere to go. It hits your mind and bounces right off. You have to ask the question – you have to want to know – in order to open up the space for the answer to fit.”
questions  learning  teaching 
september 2012 by drmeme
How to Learn Anything
Step 1. Choose the concept you want to understand.
Step 2. Pretend you’re teaching the idea to someone else.
Step 3. If you get stuck, go back to the book.
Step 4. Simplify your language.
feynman  learning 
september 2012 by drmeme
Student Study Techniques « Ed Tech Ideas
How to avoid being distracted by technology and learn more productively
education  learning  study  techniques 
january 2012 by drmeme
The Science of Magic Series
The Science of Magic is a series of easy to do magic tricks made available for the purpose of teaching students about how to apply the scientific method in, what I hope will be, a fun and informative way.
magic  science  teaching  education  learning 
january 2012 by drmeme
Up and Down the Ladder of Abstraction
Visualization of how to look at problems by going up and down the ladder of abstraction. This particularly applies at the boundary of knowledge.
abstraction  programming  visualization  design  learning  tutorial  algorithms 
october 2011 by drmeme
A speech to graduating Harvard architects - TEDChris: The untweetable
So I guess my advice would be... Don't pursue your passion directly. At least not yet. Instead... pursue the things that will empower you. Pursue knowledge. Be relentlessly curious. Listen, learn. Pursue discipline. And above all. Pursue generosity.
learning  design  advice  life  knowledge  discipline  generosity 
june 2011 by drmeme
The psychology of learning
Perfection-oriented (curious, always looking for something better) versus performance-oriented (performance immediately)
psychology  learning  productivity  education  performance 
february 2011 by drmeme
The Git Parable
A parable that introduces the ideas behind Git.
git  tutorial  scm  learning  teaching 
june 2010 by drmeme
(still) nothing clever — The Machine Learning Algorithm with Capital A
Hierarchical Temporal Models,
Normalized Compression Distance,
Markov Logic Networks
machinelearning  algorithms  learning  statistics  datamining  models 
march 2010 by drmeme
Vowpal Wabbit (Fast Online Learning)
Fast online learning algorithm based on gradient descent.
machinelearning  algorithms  opensource  yahoo  learning  gd  gradient  descent 
january 2010 by drmeme
How to Learn (Almost) Anything
# The least effective way to learn something is to listen to a lecture on the topic or read information about it.
# The most effective way to learn something is to teach others and use it in our own lives.
learning  education  tips  brain  learn 
november 2009 by drmeme
Getting It Wrong: Surprising Tips on How to Learn: Scientific American
People remember things better, longer, if they are given very challenging tests on the material, tests at which they are bound to fail.
learning  psychology  education  mistakes  errors 
october 2009 by drmeme
Do You Have These Core Human Skills? - The Personal MBA ™
information assimilation,
writing,
speaking,
mathematics,
decision making,
rapport,
conflict resolution,
scenario generation,
planning,
self awareness,
interrelation,
skill acquisition
skills  learning  education  life  career  psychology 
september 2009 by drmeme
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