I'm the founder of a company that is ~250 people, remote first, and still fully ... | Hacker News
Hashicorp founder Mitchell Hashimoto on the legal and HR challenges of hiring for and running a remote-first company.
hiring  management  remote-work 
4 days ago
Great Management | Salesforce Trailhead
Management training open sourced from Salesforce
5 days ago
xi-editor/crdt-details.md at e8065a3993b80af0aadbca0e50602125d60e4e38 · google/xi-editor
A thorough explanation of how the Xi text editor achieves multi-device and offline syncing via a CRDT that represents toe full history of all edits to a document such that concurrent edits can be merged in any order to achieve the same result.
distributed-systems  rust  data-structures  algorithms 
7 days ago
Abstract machines for programming language implementation
We present an extensive, annotated bibliography of the abstract machines designed for each of the main programming
paradigms (imperative, object oriented, functional, logic and concurrent). We conclude that whilst a large number of efficient
abstract machines have been designed for particular language implementations, relatively little work has been done to design
abstract machines in a systematic fashion.
languages  compilers  ocaml  haskell 
18 days ago
Cory Doctorow: Zuck’s Empire of Oily Rags – Locus Online
On the functions of targeting and persuasion regarding Facebook and modern social media.
business  ethics 
6 weeks ago
Monoidal Functor is Applicative but where is the Monoid typeclass in the definition of Applicative? - Stack Overflow
A fantastic SO answer by Conor McBride about thr underlying monoidal nature of Applicative as contrasted to the compositional nature of Monad.
haskell  languages  category-theory 
10 weeks ago
Errata Security: C is to low level
Why modern CPUs support C so well and why hardware designed to be simpler and more directly support other language paradigms is an academic pipe dream.
compilers  hardware 
12 weeks ago
Complexity Explorables | Ride my Kuramotocycle!
An interactive illustration of a Kuramoto oscillator.
april 2018
How do we make remote meetings not suck? – Chelsea Troy
Arguments why popular approaches don't always work to make remote meetings more inclusive and address the caucus problem, and a proposal to introduce moderation to meetings to better address it.
management  remote-work 
april 2018
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