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The Rust tokio library for asyncio is neat: - has a multi-threaded, work-stealing, scheduler (like Go) - the `park` trait sounds similar to the goroutine parking in the Go runtime.
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yesterday
3 Ways to Build a Data-Driven Team
It is no doubt a sign of progress that a significant proportion of organizations and managers today appear to feel guilty when they admit that they are making big management decisions in an intuitive rather than evidence-based way.
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yesterday
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“The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.”--Friedrich Nietzsche, born OTD 1844.
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yesterday
DBMS Musings: NewSQL database systems are failing to guarantee consistency, and I blame Spanner
The CAP theorem famously states that it is impossible to guarantee both consistency and availability in the event of a network partition.
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yesterday
Advice For Young People Trying to Break Into The Finance Industry
I am considering starting the CFA program now while in my last year of college and then taking the level 1 exam right after graduating.
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yesterday
Nancy Moran on Bees, Microbes, Symbiosis | Quanta Magazine
Two years ago, Nancy Moran moved from Yale University to the University of Texas, Austin, along with 120,000 bees.
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yesterday
Twitter
On this day in market history, 1929: Yale economist Irving Fisher said "stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau." After the crash 9 days later, investors would have to wait until the mid-1950's to see the stock market reach that plateau again.
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yesterday
Sears Catalog Home - Wikipedia
Sears Catalog Homes (sold under the Sears Modern Homes name) were catalog and kit houses sold primarily through mail order by Sears, Roebuck and Company, an American retailer. Sears reported that more than 70,000 of these homes were sold in North America between 1908 and 1940.
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yesterday
Twitter
The Larry David show up to work on Monday morning after quitting SNL on Saturday story gets me every time (from Martin Short’s book I Must Say)
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yesterday
Capturing and enhancing in situ system observability for failure detection | the morning paper
The central idea in this paper is simple and brilliant. The place where we have the most relevant information about the health of a process or thread is in the clients that call it.
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yesterday
Graduate Student Solves Quantum Verification Problem | Quanta Magazine
Theoretical physics has a reputation for being complicated. I beg to differ. That we are able to write down natural laws in mathematical form at all means that the laws we deal with are simple — much simpler than those of other scientific disciplines.
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yesterday
cs.brown.edu
Teaching Garbage Collection without Implementing Compilers or Interpreters

#MemoryManagement
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yesterday
Twitter
FOUR Productivity FEYNMAN- strategies: i) Stop trying to know-it-all. ii) Don't worry about what others are thinking. iii) Don't think about what you want to be, but what you want to do. iv) Have a sense of humor and talk honestly.
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3 days ago
Twitter
We must be careful not to believe things simply because we want them to be true. No one can fool you as easily as you can fool yourself!
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3 days ago
Graduate Student Solves Quantum Verification Problem | Quanta Magazine
In the spring of 2017, Urmila Mahadev found herself in what most graduate students would consider a pretty sweet position. She had just solved a major problem in quantum computation, the study of computers that derive their power from the strange laws of quantum physics.
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8 days ago
Twitter
In the late 1970s Steve Martin was the most popular comedian in the country. Sold out shows everywhere he went. More $ than he ever dreamed of making ...and he was miserable Good reminder that no one’s life is ever perfect
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13 days ago
How to be Happy: Stoic Lifestyle Could be Key to a Good Life | Opinion
What have the Romans ever done for us? Well, obviously the roads—the roads go without saying.
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13 days ago
Exception To The Rule – Of Dollars And Data
He described the sensation as “a thousand knives” being driven into his body.  He knew cold, but not like this.  Charles Herbert Lightoller was treading 28 degree water (-2 Celsius) as he watched the Titanic slowly sink into the ocean.
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14 days ago
Here’s why we care about attempts to prove the Riemann hypothesis | Science News
The Riemann hypothesis, posited in 1859 by German mathematician Bernhard Riemann, is one of the biggest unsolved puzzles in mathematics. The hypothesis, which could unlock the mysteries of prime numbers, has never been proved. But mathematicians are buzzing about a new attempt.
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15 days ago
The Morning Paper Issue 8 - AI Edition
Welcome to this AI-themed edition of The Morning Paper Quarterly. I've selected five paper write-ups which first appeared on The Morning Paper blog over the last year.
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15 days ago
GitHub - hdm/mac-ages: MAC address age tracking
This repository is used to determine an approximate issuance date for IEEE allocated hardware address ranges. The dataset was bootstrapped using a combination of the DeepMAC and Wireshark archives and maintained via daily pulls from the IEEE website.
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15 days ago
Twitter
Herb Kelleher of Southwest Airlines on the importance of every customer.
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15 days ago
Twitter
Fall in love with some activity, and do it! Nobody ever figures out what life is all about, and it doesn't matter.
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16 days ago
New AI Strategy Mimics How Brains Learn to Smell | Quanta Magazine
Today’s artificial intelligence systems, including the artificial neural networks broadly inspired by the neurons and connections of the nervous system, perform wonderfully at tasks with known constraints. They also tend to require a lot of computational power and vast quantities of training data.
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17 days ago
Darwin’s Golden Rule
One of the oddities of the information age is that it hasn’t really led to an enlightenment of knowledge. In many ways, the firehose of information has made some people less informed. There are people who believe the earth is flat, the moon landing was a hoax, and Australia doesn’t exist.
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18 days ago
Truly Final Optimization in Zing VM – Azul Systems – Medium
This blog post is a condensed version of the talk presented at JVM LS 2018[1]. Zing is Azul’s commercial flagship server-side JVM. We have a couple of key features such as the C4 GC, an essentially pauseless ReadyNow technology that helps to eliminate warmup issues.
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19 days ago
GitHub - PlatformLab/NanoLog: Nanolog is an extremely performant nanosecond scale logging system for C++ that exposes a simple printf-like API.
Nanolog is an extremely performant nanosecond scale logging system for C++ that exposes a simple printf-like API and achieves over 60 million logs/second at a median latency of just over 12.5 nanoseconds.
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19 days ago
Twitter
Provoked by the AWS Shared Responsibility Model, here is the one that I believe we should strive for... Thanks @DevOpsDaysLDN for letting me put it across in letters taller than me! #AWS #Security #devopsdays
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22 days ago
Why I Don't Set Goals - Four Pillar Freedom
Growing up, I thought setting goals was necessary to achieve success. My cross country coaches in high school told me to “set a goal” for my ideal 5k race time.
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22 days ago
Patterns That Eventually Fail | Azimuth
It’s a nice pattern. But the shocking thing is that this pattern doesn’t hold forever! It lasts for a very, very long time—but not forever. Suppose we have a rectangular pulse, centred on the origin, with a height of 1/2 and a half-width of 1.
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24 days ago
Twitter
ask for specific feedback
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24 days ago
The Science of Meditation - Mindful
Richie Davidson has always been a maverick.
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25 days ago
The Remarkable Brains of Long-Term Meditators - Mindful
Researchers suggest that people with an advanced meditation practice might operate at a different level of awareness — and it shows in their brainwaves. Psychologist and author Daniel Goleman says the brainwaves of long-term meditators may look a lot different than the rest of ours.
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25 days ago
Small Datum: Bloom filter and cuckoo filter
The multi-level cuckoo filter (MLCF) in SlimDB builds on the cuckoo filter (CF) so I read the cuckoo filter paper. The big deal about the cuckoo filter is that it supports delete and a bloom filter does not.
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25 days ago
Design Microservice Architectures the Right Way
You are now in FULL VIEW | by Michael Bryzek Michael Bryzek Follow 6 Followers on Sep 10, 2018 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco Nov 5 - 9, 2018.
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25 days ago
IEEE Infrastructure Conference | San Francisco, CA USA | 2018
This year the IEEE Infrastructure Conference will focus on the challenges of scale. In recent years the fundamental intent behind infrastructure has pivoted from infrastructure as a technology platform to the value and benefit the information contains.
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26 days ago
New – AWS Storage Gateway Hardware Appliance | AWS News Blog
AWS Storage Gateway connects your on-premises applications to AWS storage services such as Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), and Amazon Glacier.
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26 days ago
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26 days ago
Twitter
The 1st issues of The X-Men & Daredevil were set to hit stands in September 1963, but when Daredevil fell behind, they needed a substitute - quick! So, Stan and Jack Kirby wrangled a bunch of established heroes together. The result: The Avengers! #WaybackWednesday #TheAvengers
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27 days ago
eBay Replatforming to Kubernetes, Envoy and Kafka: Intending to Open Source Hardware and Software
eBay have discussed how they are conducting a replatforming initiative across their entire technology stack, which includes building and releasing as open source both the new hardware and software created.
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28 days ago
New Brain Maps With Unmatched Detail May Change Neuroscience | Quanta Magazine
Sitting at the desk in his lower-campus office at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, the neuroscientist Tony Zador turned his computer monitor toward me to show off a complicated matrix-style graph.
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4 weeks ago
www.icrc.org
How to Stay Alive — great book from the Red Cross. Very readable.
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4 weeks ago
He Founded LinkedIn. Here's the Surprising Thing He Says Is His 1 Big Regret | Inc.com
Mr. Hoffman met the brothers, liked them, and acknowledged that they had a "really good" idea. But he passed, because he thought they were valuing Stripe too high, and because he knew just how hard it is to make a go of it as a payments company.
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4 weeks ago
Should You Invest When the Stock Market is at an All-time High? - Four Pillar Freedom
One summer morning two years ago, I was listening to a podcast interview with financial writer and blogger Jim Collins. At one point in the interview, the host Farnoosh Torabi asked Jim the following question: Farnoosh: “Really? All of it?”
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4 weeks ago
What The Great Recession Taught Me About Dividend Growth Investing | Seeking Alpha
Ever since I first got interested in investing in stocks circa 1965, I have been confronted with a constant and persistent admonition about the next pending market crash. In those early days, I contributed much of the negativity toward stocks to a lingering overhang from the Great Depression.
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4 weeks ago
Seven Corporate Skills to Take With You Into Entrepreneurship | Thrive Global
“Not. At. All.” This is my answer every time someone asks me whether I miss working in the corporate world. I left last October, and am now sure that it was the right decision for me.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
Question authority. No idea is true just because someone says so. Test ideas by the evidence gained from observation and experiment! If a favorite idea fails a well-designed test, it's wrong!
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4 weeks ago
The Recovery Threw the Middle-Class Dream Under a Benz - The New York Times
A decade ago this week, Wall Street imploded. Read our special coverage.
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4 weeks ago
Who contributes most to open source? The answers will definitely surprise you - TechRepublic
By at least one measure, Microsoft is the world's top corporate contributor to open source.
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4 weeks ago
Jeff Bezos with David Rubenstein at the Economic Club of Washington DC
David Rubenstein is the co-founder of private equity goliath the Carlyle Group.
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4 weeks ago
Algorithms and Data Structures in the 21st century - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Although it appeared like I was all over the place, everything I did, enhanced my resume and helped hone my skills around problem-solving. This is the basis for being successful in the long-run. You have to keep learning all the time and get to a point where you can do just-in-time learning.
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4 weeks ago
Swarming Bacteria Create an ‘Impossible’ Superfluid | Quanta Magazine
Outside of the imaginations of physics teachers, frictionless devices are hard to come by. But putting a bunch of swimming bacteria into a drop of water achieves just that: a fluid with zero resistance to motion.
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4 weeks ago
Fields Medalist Akshay Venkatesh Bridges Math and Time | Quanta Magazine
At the playground on the leafy campus of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, one afternoon in May, the mathematician Akshay Venkatesh alternated between pushing his 4-year-old daughter on the swing and musing on the genius myth in mathematics.
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4 weeks ago
Now Testing DNSCrypt • Quad 9 Privacy
The Quad9 project treats user privacy as a first-order priority along with performance and security. Part of the concept of privacy is keeping others from seeing what DNS requests you are sending. Encryption using DNS-over-TLS has been part of Quad9’s offering since launch last year.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
I don't have the time to read through the entire draft, but the new SRE book (Seeking SRE) is a fantastic addition to the two existing SRE books. Very practical tales from companies of all sizes on how they've adapted SRE practices.
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4 weeks ago
Subscribe to read | Financial Times
Keep abreast of significant corporate, financial and political developments around the world. Stay informed and spot emerging risks and opportunities with independent global reporting, expert commentary and analysis you can trust.
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4 weeks ago
On Waste Plastics at Sea, Maria-Luiza Pedrotti Finds Unique Microbial Multitudes | Quanta Magazine
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, several hundred miles from Hawaii, is a swirling cauldron of waste plastic that’s been growing steadily since the mid-1980s.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
FUN FACT: Leonhard Euler is one of the greatest mathematicians in history. He produced outstanding mathematics and published works at an outstanding rate. It has been computed that his publications during his working life averaged about 800 pages a year.
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4 weeks ago
Data Artisans Announces Serializable ACID Transactions on Streaming Data
Data Artisans has announced the general availability of Streaming Ledger, which extends Apache Flink with capabilities to perform serializable ACID transactions across tables, keys, and event streams.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
FOUR Productivity FEYNMAN- strategies: i) Stop trying to know-it-all. ii) Don't worry about what others are thinking. iii) Don't think about what you want to be, but what you want to do. iv) Have a sense of humor and talk honestly.
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
This headline explains more about how markets function than all of my finance textbooks from college combined
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
Almost nearly finished reading the book “A Philosophy of Software Design” - increments of development is abstractions, not features - there’s definitely a kernel of truth to some of these highlighted statements, especially agile and TDD. Will try to write a book review soon.
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4 weeks ago
The Ultimate Guide to the Best Business Podcasts | Fortune
This article originally ran in Term Sheet, Fortune’s newsletter about deals and dealmakers. Sign up here. In other words, the podcast recommendations below come from places all over America — and they do not disappoint.
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4 weeks ago
Apathy As a Strategy
Josh Kaufman, author of the book The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business, had a great post recently on what he call strategic apathy. Some highlights: In my essay on Status Malfunction, we discussed the problem of allowing the promise of social status to warp our decision-making.
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5 weeks ago
Google AI Blog: The What-If Tool: Code-Free Probing of Machine Learning Models
Building effective machine learning (ML) systems means asking a lot of questions. It's not enough to train a model and walk away.
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5 weeks ago
www.cs.utah.edu
new paper!
"Reconciling High-Level Optimizations and Low-Level Code in LLVM"

sections 1-3 c…
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5 weeks ago
m-cacm.acm.org
There is an important gap in Computer Science education and professional collaboration that can be filled by an nonprofit online reputable, referenceable Encyclopedia supported by appropriate professionally-relevant advertising.
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5 weeks ago
www.linkedin.com
It’s easy to tell an open-minded person from a closed-minded person because they act very differently. Scroll to see some cues to tell you whether you or others are being closed-minded: 1. Closed-minded people don’t want their ideas challenged.
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5 weeks ago
Napoleon Hill's Thought for the Day
Most of us don’t mind being told of our faults if the critic is generous enough to mix in a few of our virtues as well. It’s a normal reaction to defend ourselves and our behavior when someone criticizes us — even if we secretly recognize that what we’re being told is correct.
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned.
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5 weeks ago
A New World’s Extraordinary Orbit Points to Planet Nine | Quanta Magazine
In early 2016, two planetary scientists declared that a ghost planet is hiding in the depths of the solar system, well beyond the orbit of Pluto.
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5 weeks ago
Here are 8 morning habits of happy people (that they never talk about) - Hack Spirit
The world often seems to be divided into two types of people. There are those that drag themselves out of bed in the morning and can’t speak before their third cup of coffee, and then there are the people that wake up so full of energy they have an hour workout in before 6 AM.
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5 weeks ago
The White Cat and the Monk: A Lovely 9th-Century Ode to the Joy of Uncompetitive Purposefulness, Newly Illustrated – Brain Pickings
Muriel Spark counseled, “you should acquire a cat.” Long before the cat became a modern literary muse, a monk whose identity remains a mystery immortalized his beloved white cat named Pangur.
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5 weeks ago
twitter.com
I was gonna stop the shorts until I got high Oooh I was gonna get that funding secured but then I got high My stock is still messed up and I know why Yeah heyyyy Because...
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Based upon our statistical analysis of the language used in the New York Times anonymous Op Ed, the author is likely to be an older (58%), conservative (92%) male (66-87%). Sources should protect themselves by consulting "adverserial stylometry" and "forensic author profiling".
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5 weeks ago
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