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How Often Can I Change Jobs Before It Becomes a Problem? : cscareerquestions
Welcome, one and all, to CSCareerQuestions! Here we discuss careers in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, and related fields. Please keep the conversation professional, adhere to the reddiquette, and remember to READ OUR RULES.
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9 hours ago
Productivity Playlists: Exam Time and end of year crunch ... playlists to get you through! : productivity
Hey! A few days ago someone posted some Spotify playlists they suggested to help study/get work down. Turns out OP was inserting his own music into his playlists to increase listeners. Sad......
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17 hours ago
Ultimate Productivity Guide 2019 : productivity
Hello. I made this productivity 2019 guide that is quite helpful especially if you own a business and are struggling to stay focused. Hope it helps!
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17 hours ago
"Compulsive thinking is actually an addiction. What characterizes an addiction? Quite simply this: you no longer feel that you have the choice to stop. It seems stronger than you. It also gives you a false sense of pleasure, pleasure that invariably turns
Yep, Eckhart was spot on with this. You realise it more when you try to meditate and your mind just keeps wandering to some pointless thing you did two weeks ago, when all you want to do is follow your breath. Seems such a simple task until you try.
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yesterday
how is aws architected internally? : aws
Anything you read in public about exascale infrastructure hosting by google, aws and azure is pretty much intended to be outdated/misleading when they release the news for competitive reasons. It really is their secret sauce.
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2 days ago
[D] Best AI news in November? : MachineLearning
Anything I missed? I would really like some feedback on this as it is quite hard to keep up with the field even when you're actively monitoring it.
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3 days ago
10 AI Failures in 2018 : compsci
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3 days ago
[Image] Enjoy your now. : GetMotivated
Welcome to /r/GetMotivated! We’re glad you made it. This is the subreddit that will help you finally get up and do what you *know* you need to do.
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4 days ago
Popular re:Invent 2018 talk - How AWS builds ultra reliable systems : aws
News, articles and tools covering Amazon Web Services (AWS), including S3, EC2, SQS, RDS, DynamoDB, IAM, CloudFormation, Route 53, CloudFront,...
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4 days ago
Stories about "fake" tea. : tea
Right now I’m reading a book by William Pokhlyobkin called “Chai” (ISBN 5227005656). There is a chapter called “About falsification of tea” which talks about different malpractices of making “fake” tea. There are some interesting parts I would like to share with you from that chapter.
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4 days ago
N-queen problem solution paper. : mathematics
If you got time plz read it and give me feedback. Here is the link: N-queen problem solution Thanks in advance to anyone willing to read this!
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4 days ago
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey did his second 10-day vipassana retreat. Check out the whole thread. : Buddhism
We encourage relevant and thought-provoking submissions. Please see the rules before posting. Please be respectful of others. Name calling, harassment or trolling will not be tolerated.
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4 days ago
[Image] Truth : GetMotivated
So true. .,.,...,,.,,,...,.,..,,..,.,
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5 days ago
Wall Street is in a box right now
I did my friend Stephanie Ruhle’s show this morning to let MSNBC viewers in on what’s happening with the recent stock market volatility. I’m joined on the panel by Bill Cohan (Vanity Fair) and Bret Stephens (New York Times).
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6 days ago
Twitter
Total Returns, Last 11 Years... S&P 500: +121% MSCI Emerging Markets: -7% MSCI Eurozone: -18%
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6 days ago
The Relative Advantage of Buybacks - The Big Picture
Those who are less enamored of buybacks point to individual companies as counterpoints. Many high-profile corporations do an awful job in the timing of their buybacks. They tend to buy in an effort to prop up share prices, which end up falling anyway.
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6 days ago
The effects of Thymoquinone (TQ; 6mg/kg/day, Sub-Q), from Black Seed, on prostate cancer growth in mice : Nootropics
Thymoquinone (TQ), a major active compound in the Black Seed (seeds of the plant Black Cumin / Fennel flower / Nigella Sativa), has been long known to have significant pharmacological effects in animal models (in vivo).
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6 days ago
Announcement to anyone that doesn’t know : stocks
Microsoft just came out with Excel stock data, and let me say it is the best thing that has come out in a while. I 100% recommend subscribing to Office 365, just $10 a month. So much easier to keep track of portfolio data.
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7 days ago
The Bogleheads' Guide to the Three-Fund Portfolio - Four Pillar Freedom
“As an investor, you have a choice: you can be like the gamblers who try to beat the casino or you can be the casino by investing in total market index funds. It’s an easy choice, once your understand the odds.
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8 days ago
Waking Up at 5 a.m. Isn't Enough to Make You a Successful Entrepreneur
Many business experts and life-hackers swear by their morning routines. They believe these habits are key to continuous learning and developing the kind of self-discipline it takes to achieve success. While each leader's list varies a bit, more than a few tasks pop up again and again.
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8 days ago
Twitter
SWINEPIPE, WIND-THRUSH, JOHN SHEWALL and FRENCH MAVIS are all old nicknames for the redwing.
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8 days ago
Hillel Wayne - Everything about distributed systems is terrible | Code Mesh LDN 18 - YouTube
This video was recorded at Code Mesh LDN 18 http://bit.ly/2P7SPIIGet involved in Code Sync's next conference http://bit.ly/2Mcm4aS---EVERYTHING ABOUT DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS IS TERRIBLEby Hillel WayneTHIS TALK IN THREE WORDS:TLA+FormalSpecificationTALK LEVEL: IntermediateABSTRACTDistributed systems are
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8 days ago
Kubernetes 1.13: Simplified Cluster Management with Kubeadm, Container Storage Interface (CSI), and CoreDNS as Default DNS are Now Generally Available - Kubernetes
We’re pleased to announce the delivery of Kubernetes 1.13, our fourth and final release of 2018! Kubernetes 1.13 has been one of the shortest releases to date at 10 weeks.
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8 days ago
The top 1% own 48% of all global personal wealth; 10% own 85% : economy
If yoy are lower or upper middle class in america, you are part of the global 1%. Wrong. Middle class is based on income, wealth as this chart refers to is assets. You need 32k to be top 1% of income and 770k net worth to be top 1% of wealth.
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9 days ago
What will taking D3 without K2 do? : Supplements
Nothing or just less effective? Any percentage?
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9 days ago
Exotic ETFs: 11 Funds For When Tracking The S&P 500 Isn't Good Enough
hat a wreck index funds have made of the comfy, lucrative business of money management. They’ll provide a portfolio covering the whole stock market for free, or close to free.
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9 days ago
PySyft/examples/tutorials at master · OpenMined/PySyft · GitHub
In this step-by-step tutorial series, you'll learn about all the ways PySyft can be used to bring Privacy and Decentralization to the Deep Learning ecosystem. This tutorial series is continually updated with new features as they are implemented, and is designed for complete beginners.
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9 days ago
An 8-minute introduction to K8S : devops
After reading Oreilly's "K8s - up and running" (a truly awesome introduction book) I wrote a short summary of the key elements and stuff-to-know list on k8s. Would be happy to hear your comments, whether I missed anything or any other thought.
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10 days ago
Strong consistency models
Network partitions are going to happen. Switches, NICs, host hardware, operating systems, disks, virtualization layers, and language runtimes, not to mention program semantics themselves, all conspire to delay, drop, duplicate, or reorder our messages.
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10 days ago
Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful – Gabriel Weinberg – Medium
Update: I’m co-authoring a book about the mental models from this post. Get notified when the book comes out here.
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10 days ago
Financial Well-Being Survey Data : datasets
I grabbed the csv from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau website and posted to Kaggle. I added the column descriptions to the dataset and opened a kernal that turns the numeric survey values to text values. I plan on analyzing further soon. You can find the dataset here.
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11 days ago
Datagrip Now Supports Cassandra : cassandra
Upgraded my Datagrip to the newest version when I happened to check the What's New announcement. Looks like they have added support for Cassandra in the 2018.3 release. Great for people like me who use cqlsh for all of my ad-hoc queries, and already use Datagrip for MySQL, Postgres, etc.
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11 days ago
What sessions did you really like that most people overlooked? : aws
Did you go to any sessions at reInvent that weren't high profile or popular, but were really good?
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11 days ago
MOTD #52: "Both optimists and pessimists contribute to society. The optimist invents the aeroplane, the pessimist the parachute." : Stoicism
Nah. The realist makes the parachute. The pessimist was certain the plane would never get off the ground. I’d agree, but I’ve also always seen the optimist as the one that says “I’m sure humans will fly one day” while the realists get both the plane and parachutes made.
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12 days ago
Recap of AWS re:Invent 2018 Announcements
If you thought Amazon Web Services (AWS) might run out of services to launch, this year's re:Invent put that fear to rest. At the recently concluded event, AWS shared a flurry of announcements across a range of categories. re:Invent rarely has a "theme" for its announcements.
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12 days ago
What We're Reading · Collaborative Fund
Your goal’s not to be working a 100 hours a week, your goal is to get into a situation that recognizes you for who you are.
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12 days ago
Twitter
Whether people have the independence and character to fight for the best answers will depend upon their nature, but you can encourage them by creating an atmosphere in which everyone’s first thought is to ask: “Is it true?”
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12 days ago
Twitter
In 1736 the mathematician Leonhard Euler was trying to find a way to cross every single one of the seven bridges of Königsberg exactly once. He realized that this seemingly banal problem was impossible to solve and in the process he created a new area of mathematics, Graph Theory
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12 days ago
Be careful of what you add to your life : minimalism
It might not be obvious at first, but some things you add into life can become deep rooted not unlike a built in furniture. An ugly furniture is an eyesore, but most people will choose to live with it than deal with the pain of having to remove it.
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13 days ago
How I landed two remote jobs only two weeks after leaving my office job : digitalnomad
Hey guys! I wanted to share some of my unconventional tips with you on how to land a remote job. These are the things I did to land two part-time remote positions in content marketing & SEO (both separate companies) only 2 weeks after I spontaneously called it quits at my office job.
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15 days ago
How we spent two weeks hunting an NFS bug in the Linux kernel : linux
GNU/Linux is a free and open source software operating system for computers. The operating system is a collection of the basic instructions that tell the electronic parts of the computer what to do and how to work.
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15 days ago
Losing just a couple hours of sleep at night makes you angrier, especially in frustrating situations. The study is one of the first to provide evidence that sleep loss causes anger. : science
r/science: This community is a place to share and discuss new scientific research. Read about the latest advances in astronomy, biology, medicine, physics, social science, and more. Find and submit new publications and popular science coverage of current research.
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16 days ago
[P] Illustrated Deep Learning cheatsheets covering Stanford's CS 230 class : MachineLearning
3Project Set of illustrated Deep Learning cheatsheets covering the content of Stanford's CS 230 class:Web versionAll the above in PDF format: https://github.
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16 days ago
[Image] Believe in Yourself : GetMotivated
Welcome to /r/GetMotivated! We’re glad you made it. This is the subreddit that will help you finally get up and do what you *know* you need to do.
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17 days ago
Don't use your mobile number for account recovery. Ever. Carriers are grossly negligent in their protection of our phone numbers. : security
Tell that to sites like eBay that only offer SMS two-factor. I'd rather force an attacker to compromise my cell provider AND brute force my password than just one of those. That's a reasonable position, as long as you're sure your phone is not the *recovery* option.
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17 days ago
Rail complaints ombudsman launched : unitedkingdom
They're gonna be busy! Yeah, good luck with that thought.
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17 days ago
[Need Advice] What methods can I use to stick to a long-term workout plan? : getdisciplined
Right now, I'm struggling to implement a long-term workout program. Somehow, I manage to workout consistently 2-3 weeks, even 4-5 times a week, but something always happens and I return to my sedentary lifestyle. However, judging by the current results, I'm thinking about getting a gym membership.
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17 days ago
Freakonomics (2010) - documentary film adaptation of the phenomenally bestselling book about incentives-based thinking by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner : Documentaries
Some of the worlds most innovative documentary filmmakers will explore the hidden side of everything.   *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically to provide useful information about a movie. Request me on your subreddit.
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17 days ago
How did you turn the gym into a self care, enjoyable experience? : Fitness
Honestly after a few weeks when you start seeing progress it should turn from 'man this sucks but I have to do it' into more 'Holy shit look at this pump!' After that, you will most likely start loving it/hate missing gym days. Thats what happened to me anyway. Same goals as you mentioned below.
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17 days ago
A quick and simple introduction to statistical modelling in R : statistics
I've discovered that relaying knowledge is the easiest way for me to actually learn myself. Therefore I've tried my luck at Medium and I'm currently working on a buttload of articles surrounding Statistics (mainly in R), Machine Learning, Programming, Investing and such.
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17 days ago
Microsoft shares are down 11% from the stock's 52-week high, and still look good compared to the rest : stocks
Does anyone here consider Microsoft at the moment? Would like to hear some opinions. It's a superbly run company under Nadella and I think it's great long-term and I own it. However, in terms of opportunities in tech I think there's things that are more oversold than MSFT.
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17 days ago
Toxoplasma Gondii is a very common brain parasite that has been implicated in a range of mental disorders and lower intelligence. Has somebody tested positive, got cured and perceived a change? : Nootropics
Toxoplasma Gondii is a brain parasite that can infects all warm blooded animals and reproduces through the digestive system of cats. Higher incidence of Toxoplasma Gondii has been found in suicide completers, schizophrenic patients and bipolar disorder sufferers.
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17 days ago
Has anyone here managed to get any substantial passive income? : personalfinance
Youtube and Google are kind of useless for this, you just end up with people either humble bragging or trying to sell you something.
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17 days ago
Introducing Min–Max Trees to Summarize Large Amounts of Data : algorithms
2 r/programming•Posted byu/kunalag1293 hours ago kdab.com/a-spee...
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18 days ago
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