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Why You Should Go To... Sevenoaks | Londonist
Sevenoaks. Sounds bucolic doesn't it. Well, you can shred that image right away; the original seven trees in Knole Park are long gone, and six of their seven replacements at the Vine Cricket Club were ripped brutally from their eponymous home in the Great Storm of 1987. Cheers, Michael Fish.
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yesterday
Three of London's best immersive art experiences
Ryoji Ikeda, ‘Test Pattern No12’ at 180 The Strand, free. As you walk into the exhibition at 180 The Strand, you soon realise why you’ve been instructed to remove your shoes.
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yesterday
GitHub - wbenny/ia32-doc: IA32-doc is a project which aims to put as many definitions from the Intel Manual into machine-processable format as possible
IA32-doc is a project which aims to put as many definitions from the Intel Manual into machine-processable format (in this case: yaml) as possible. Because such thing, as far as I know, does not exist.
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2 days ago
Neuroscience says listening to this song will instantly make you more creative and focused - Hack Spirit
Ludwig van Beethoven was of the opinion that “Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.” So music can reveal more than either wisdom or philosophy, but can it reveal creativity? And if it could, what music would that be?
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2 days ago
Nick Clifton - FSF Binutils release 2.31 is now available
Hi Everyone, We are pleased to announce that version 2.31 of the Binutils project sources have been released and are now available for download at: https://ift.tt/2fmLosH https://ift.tt/2wh0Mh0 checksums: 50a489aa6d4b8630b7b89b2de6b185be binutils-2.31.tar.
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2 days ago
Too big to change: When even your microservices are monoliths - Astrid Atkinson (Google) - Velocity Conference - San Jose, CA 2018 [Video]
Stay ahead with the world's most comprehensive technology and business learning platform. With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. Get unlimited access to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more.
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2 days ago
Badger: Complexity Analysis with Fuzzing and Symbolic Execution | Lobsters
2 Badger: Complexity Analysis with Fuzzing and Symbolic Execution ☶ testing arxiv.org via ceh 16 hours ago | cached The tool is available at https://github.
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2 days ago
How Humble Leadership Really Works
When you’re a leader — no matter how long you’ve been in your role or how hard the journey was to get there — you are merely overhead unless you’re bringing out the best in your employees. Unfortunately, many leaders lose sight of this.
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2 days ago
Primer on Python Decorators – Real Python
In this introductory tutorial, we’ll look at what decorators are and how to create and use them. Decorators provide a simple syntax for calling higher-order functions.
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2 days ago
To Make Sense of the Present, Brains May Predict the Future | Quanta Magazine
Last September, a rare guest from far beyond the Milky Way ushered in a new era of astronomy. The visitor, an ultrahigh-energy cosmic neutrino, bumped into ice more than a mile beneath the South Pole, where detectors from the IceCube experiment were waiting to catch it.
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2 days ago
People Aren’t Dumb. The World Is Hard. - Freakonomics Freakonomics
Our latest Freakonomics Radio episode is called “People Aren’t Dumb. The World Is Hard.” (You can subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or elsewhere, get the RSS feed, or listen via the media player above.)
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4 days ago
AWS Fargate: The Beginning of the End for Infrastructure Management - The New Stack
We’ve heard the promises for years — reduce your costs, improve your scalability, and remove the burden of managing infrastructure by moving to the cloud.
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7 days ago
Collection of Hitchcockian Art gifs (7 images) | Kenga Rex
Advertisement for the BFI’s (British Film Institute) retrospection of Alfred Hitchcock’s films.
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7 days ago
Data Density! Destroyer of Scalability – Ryan Svihla – Medium
UPDATE: I’d incorrectly attributed a practice to Netflix about scaling down daily . I cannot find any reference to using today, and I’ve been unable to find the previous reference to it. So I’ve just removed the point. I’ll cover cluster scaling strategies later in another blog post.
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10 days ago
Raman spectra of bloodstains could reveal age range of suspects or victims
Bloodstains at a crime scene can provide information about suspects or victims that can guide an investigation. Igor K.
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11 days ago
Grand Pwning Unit: Accelerating microarchitectural attacks with the GPU | the morning paper
The general awareness of microarchitectural attacks is greatly increased since meltdown and spectre earlier this year. A lot of time and energy has been spent in defending against such attacks, with a threat model that assumes attacks originate from the CPU. Frigo et al.
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12 days ago
Business Processes, Long-Running Services and Microservices
During recent years domain events are increasingly being discussed, but we should be discussing commands just as much, Martin Schimak explained at the recent DDD eXchange 2018 conference at Skills Matter, London, where he covered events, command and long-running services in a microservices world, a
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12 days ago
How to Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan | PenguinRandomHouse.com
Praise “Pollan’s deeply researched chronicle will enlighten those who think of psychedelics chiefly as a kind of punchline to a joke about the Woodstock generation and hearten the growing number who view them as a potential antidote to our often stubbornly narrow minds….
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13 days ago
Memorizing these three statistics will help you understand the world | Bill Gates
One of my favorite websites is OurWorldInData.org. Based at the University of Oxford, it uses statistics—on everything from health and population growth to war, the environment, and energy—to give you phenomenal insight into how living conditions are changing around the world.
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15 days ago
Consistency Models
Jepsen analyses the safety properties of distributed systems–most notably, identifying violations of consistency models. But what are consistency models? What phenomena do they allow? What kind of consistency does a given program really need?
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15 days ago
Mathematicians Disprove Conjecture Made to Save Black Holes | Quanta Magazine
Nearly 40 years after it was proposed, mathematicians have settled one of the most profound questions in the study of general relativity.
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16 days ago
Evaluating the Evaluation: A Benchmarking Checklist
A co-worker introduced me to Craig Hanson and Pat Crain's performance mantras, which neatly summarize much of what we do in performance analysis and tuning.
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16 days ago
Twitter
Here are some questions about incidents that have potential to be more insight-generating than “how long did the incident last?”
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16 days ago
ScyllaDB | Mutant Monitoring System Web Console
This is part 16 of a series of blog posts that provides a story arc for Scylla Training. In the previous post, we covered the different data types that one can use in their database tables and learned how to store binary files in Scylla with a simple Java application.
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16 days ago
AI and health: Using machine learning to understand the human immune system | ZDNet
Think of your immune response as a giant machine-learning problem, with your body as the computer. Immune cells travel around your body, sampling all sorts of matter they come into contact with, from your own cells to the cells of organisms that definitely shouldn't be there.
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17 days ago
Activated charcoal doesn't detox the body – four reasons you should avoid it | SBS Food
On her Goop website, Gwyneth Paltrow claimed that charcoal lemonade was one of the “best juice cleansers”. That was in 2014. Today, charcoal products – from croissants to capsules – are everywhere. Even high street coffee chains have taken to selling charcoal “shots”.
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17 days ago
To Build Truly Intelligent Machines, Teach Them Cause and Effect | Quanta Magazine
Artificial intelligence owes a lot of its smarts to Judea Pearl. In the 1980s he led efforts that allowed machines to reason probabilistically. Now he’s one of the field’s sharpest critics.
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18 days ago
Running Amazon’s RCF Algorithm on the Numenta Anomaly Benchmark
Last fall, we came across a blog published by AWS, Amazon’s cloud computing subsidiary, announcing Amazon Kinesis Analytics for anomaly detection, which uses Random Cut Forest (RCF) algorithm to identify anomalies in streaming data.
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18 days ago
Wendy Suzuki: The brain-changing benefits of exercise | TED Talk
What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
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18 days ago
Tarantool and Memcached: Two Cache Engines Considered - DZone Database
Memcached (2003) and Tarantool (2009) hail from two different generations of in-memory cache databases. So, in some respects, it isn't completely fair to compare them because later technologies often benefit from and surpass earlier ones.
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18 days ago
Compare Tarantool with Redis and Memcached - HabraHabr.Info
  Choose between Tarantool and Redis or between Tarantool and Memcached ? Let's look at the main differences, so that it's easier for you to decide. [1] .
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18 days ago
Could treating these immune cells cure IBD?
Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham have discovered that there is a distinct group of cells in the immune system that induces and perpetuates inflammation in the gut. IBD is long-term condition that can affect quality of life to a great degree, so finding a cure is vital.
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18 days ago
EPFL uses blockchain technology to secure e-voting systems
29.06.18 - An e-voting system based on blockchain technology has just been tested at EPFL. The system serves as a digital guarantee, ensuring that competing sides have faith in the voting process.
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18 days ago
Michael Pollan's book "How to change your mind" shows LSD is becoming mainstream — Quartz
It’s difficult to turn on the radio or open a magazine at the moment without hearing about psychedelics. A quick skim of the headlines might suggest the drugs are imbued with medicinal superpowers and Silicon Valley is collectively on one long trip.
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19 days ago
Alice Zhang
Traditional approaches to drug development for diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) haven’t offered patients much. Alice Zhang is trying something new.
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19 days ago
I Became a CEO at 20 and Raised $77 Million Over the Last 10 Years. Here Are the Most Powerful Lessons I've Learned | Money
At 20 years old, I became a CEO. I dropped out of college, and prior to this, I had only interned at another company. I couldn’t imagine the journey that would start with writing code all day to scaling to 300 people. I got lucky — I screwed up a lot, but had a lot of help.
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19 days ago
How not to structure your database-backed web applications: a study of performance bugs in the wild | the morning paper
This is a fascinating study of the problems people get into when using ORMs to handle persistence concerns in their web applications. The authors study real-world applications and distil a catalogue of common performance anti-patterns.
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19 days ago
GDPR compliance is not easy, but CockroachDB can help | Cockroach Labs
In the wake of GDPR going into effect last month, we have seen a flurry of emails as companies scramble to comply with the new rules. Successful GDPR compliance doesn’t stop there, though. Companies will be adjusting for the next few months as they work to become fully GDPR compliant.
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19 days ago
Cool New Features in Python 3.7 – Real Python
Python 3.7 is officially released! This new Python version has been in development since September 2016, and now we all get to enjoy the results of the core developers’ hard work.
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19 days ago
Mathematics Shows How to Ensure Evolution | Quanta Magazine
Natural selection has been a cornerstone of evolutionary theory ever since Darwin. Yet mathematical models of natural selection have often been dogged by an awkward problem that seemed to make evolution harder than biologists understood it to be.
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19 days ago
2018 Apache Kafka® Report | Confluent
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19 days ago
[1806.05444] Scalable load balancing in networked systems: A survey of recent advances
Title: Scalable load balancing in networked systems: A survey of recent advances Authors: Mark van der Boor, Sem C. Borst, Johan S.H.
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19 days ago
Secure coding practices in Java: challenges and vulnerabilities | the morning paper
TL;DR : don’t trust everything you read on Stack Overflow. Meng et al. conduct a study of Stack Overflow posts relating to secure coding practices in Java to find out the hot topics, what people struggle with, and whether or not the accepted answers are actually following security best practices.
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20 days ago
The Rust Programming Language | No Starch Press
The Rust Programming Language is the official book on Rust; a community-developed, systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.
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20 days ago
OpenTracing Plugins for C++ – OpenTracing – Medium
OpenTracing’s APIs provide a portable mechanism to instrument software for distributed tracing. The same code can be reused with any tracing vendor providing implementations of the OpenTracing APIs.
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20 days ago
Mathematician-M.D. solves one of the greatest open problems in the history of mathematics - USC Viterbi | School of Engineering
Athanassios Fokas, a mathematician from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics of the University of Cambridge and visiting professor in the Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering has announced the solution of one of the long-
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20 days ago
Troubleshooting Transiently-Recurring Errors in Production Systems with Blame-Proportional Logging | USENIX
Many problems in production systems are transiently recurring— they occur rarely, but when they do, they recur for a short period of time.
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21 days ago
Amazon DynamoDB SLA
This Amazon DynamoDB Service Level Agreement (“SLA”) is a policy governing the use of Amazon DynamoDB (“DynamoDB”) under the terms of the AWS Customer Agreement or other agreement with us governing your use of our Services (the “Agreement”).
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21 days ago
Migrating Messenger storage to optimize performance | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code | Facebook
More than a billion people now use Facebook Messenger to instantly share text, photos, video, and more. As we have evolved the product and added new functionality, the underlying technologies that power Messenger have changed substantially.
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21 days ago
Introducing Lightning: A flexible NVMe JBOF | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code | Facebook
Facebook has used flash extensively for many years for our cache and database applications, and most recently as boot drives. The number of applications and the capacity footprint have grown rapidly, which means we need to rethink our approach, as current solutions simply cannot scale effectively.
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21 days ago
Fixing the billion dollar mistake in Go by borrowing from Rust - The Stream Blog
If you ever used Go, you probably saw this error at least once. Somewhere a nil pointer or nil interface was passed to a function that doesn’t handle nil. In all cases this is a programming error, either the function should handle nil or the caller shouldn’t have passed nil to the function.
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21 days ago
Training an LSTM network and sampling the resulting model in ml5.js
In this post, we will learn how to train a language model using a LSTM neural network with your own custom dataset and use the resulting model inside ml5.js, so you will able to sample from it directly from the browser! There are various types of neural network architectures.
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21 days ago
Serverless Design Patterns and Best Practices | Now just $10
Serverless applications handle many problems that developers face when running systems and servers. The serverless pay-per-invocation model can also result in drastic cost savings, contributing to its popularity.
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21 days ago
AWS Development: The Dark Art of VPC Networking
This post was originally published on Brian’s SaaS application architecture blog. It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted to the blog. The reason for this is mainly due to my book with Packt Publishing, Serverless Design Patterns and Best Practices.
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21 days ago
Don’t Put Half of Your Net Worth Into Anything - The Big Picture
A Billionaire Makes a Classic Investing Error Concentrating in a single asset class can be an invitation to trouble. Bloomberg I try to avoid giving unsolicited advice to billionaires. They are doing just fine without me.
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21 days ago
Taking a Private Trip in London’s Parliamentary Train Service – IanVisits
A mysterious train runs between North and South London during the week, direct between two stations that shouldn’t be possible to travel between. Once in the morning, and once in the afternoon – and never at weekends.
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23 days ago
Why dividend cover is important - and which FTSE 100 stocks fall short | Money Observer
Income-seeking investors on the hunt for plump dividend yields in 2016 need to look under the bonnet at a stock's dividend cover as well, to ensure yield projections aren't too good to be true.
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23 days ago
The Meditations by Marcus Aurelius Book Six, Parts Thirty-Seven through Fifty Nine | A Man of Letters
When you wish to delight yourself, think of the virtues of those who live with you. He who has seen present things has seen all things, both everything which has taken place from all eternity and everything which will be for time without end. For all things are of one kin and of one form.
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23 days ago
302 Found
We see 6 Billion+ events every day and it’s steadily rising. In order to make data-driven decisions, the completeness of data is a must. Data is the core strength of GO-JEK. Different teams produce a large amount of data to different Kafka clusters.
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23 days ago
Getting Started with Chaos Engineering | Gremlin Blog
We all want more time to innovate, to dream, and to make an impact. But unstable applications and fragile architectures rob us of that time. We spend too much of it reacting to outages instead of building stronger systems.
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24 days ago
Twitter
Koko the gorilla, who died this week aged 46, mastered more than 1000 words of modified American Sign Language. Once, when confronted about a sink she had torn from the wall of her habitat, she signed “the cat did it”.
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24 days ago
Generalized data structure synthesis | the morning paper
Many systems have a few key data structures at their heart. Finding correct and efficient implementations for these data structures is not always easy. Today’s paper introduces Cozy (https://cozy.uwplse.
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24 days ago
50 Things Every Londoner Should Do At Least Once | Londonist
The internet's full of things every visitor to London should do.
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24 days ago
The Impact of Virtualization on Your Database - ScyllaDB
After a decade since the dawn of Cloud Computing, it is safe to say the Cloud is now ubiquitous.
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25 days ago
Singapore Singapore | Netflix Jobs
The Partner Devices organization works with companies like Apple, Samsung, Google, LG, and Sony to bring Netflix to TVs, phones, tablets, and Pay TV set-top-boxes worldwide. Our goal is to ensure the best possible Netflix experience on the widest possible range of devices.
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25 days ago
MySQL 8.0: New Lock free, scalable WAL design | MySQL Server Blog
The Write Ahead Log (WAL) is one of the most important components of a database. All the changes to data files are logged in the WAL (called the redo log in InnoDB). This allows to postpone the moment when the modified pages are flushed to disk, still protecting from data losses.
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25 days ago
5 London Print Magazines You Need To Read | Londonist
Rupert Murdoch might be struggling to flog his papers but we reckon the aging media mogul could learn a thing or two from this vibrant scene of print-peddling creatives.
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25 days ago
Dhanushkodi Rameshwaram - Story Of The Mysterious Abandoned Ghost Town
Dhanushkodi is an abandoned town at the south-eastern tip of Pamban Island of the state of Tamil Nadu in India. It is situated to the South-East of Pamban and is about 18 miles west of Talaimannar in Sri Lanka.
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25 days ago
Automated localization for unreproducible builds | the morning paper
Reproducible builds are an important component of integrity in the software supply chain. Attacks against package repositories and build environments may compromise binaries and produce packages with backdoors (see this report for a recent prominent example of compromised packages on DockerHub).
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25 days ago
Twitter
Kaprekar numbers are numbers whose square in that base can be split into 2 parts that add up to the original number
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25 days ago
Twitter
The nabla symbol, commonly used in math to represent the gradient of a function ∇f, is so-called because it looks like a harp and the Greek word for the Hebrew or Egyptian form of a harp is "nabla".
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25 days ago
Goodreads for Investors 039
Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains - Steve Jobs Equally true for both Life in general and Investing in particular.
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25 days ago
Personal Finance
Personal finance defines all financial decisions and activities of an individual or household, including budgeting, insurance, mortgage planning, savings and retirement planning.
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26 days ago
60 Simple Rules of Personal Finance - The Simple Dollar
A while back, I was asked to give an hourlong presentation where I talked about my key principles of personal finance. I chose to give a presentation where each slide was available for about a minute with one simple rule on each slide, giving me a minute to discuss that rule.
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26 days ago
CRDTs and the Quest for Distributed Consistency
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29 days ago
Twitter
Here's a good mnemonic to convert Miles to Kilometers using the Fibonacci numbers (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13...): 3 mi≈5 km, 5 mi≈8 km, 8 mi≈13 km. Also the ratio between 1 mi and 1 km is very close to the Golden Ratio ≈1.61
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29 days ago
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