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Spaced repetition -
You observe that most great scientists have tremendous drive. I worked for ten years with John Tukey at Bell Labs. He had tremendous drive. One day about three or four years after I joined, I discovered that John Tukey was slightly younger than I was. John was a genius and I clearly was not. Well I went storming into Bode’s office and said, "How can anybody my age know as much as John Tukey does?" He leaned back in his chair, put his hands behind his head, grinned slightly, and said, "You would be surprised Hamming, how much you would know if you worked as hard as he did that many years." I simply slunk out of the office!

What Bode was saying was this: "Knowledge and productivity are like compound interest." Given two people of approximately the same ability and one person who works 10% more than the other, the latter will more than twice outproduce the former. The more you know, the more you learn; the more you learn, the more you can do; the more you can do, the more the opportunity - it is very much like compound interest. I don’t want to give you a rate, but it is a very high rate. Given two people with exactly the same ability, the one person who manages day in and day out to get in one more hour of thinking will be tremendously more productive over a lifetime. I took Bode’s remark to heart; I spent a good deal more of my time for some years trying to work a bit harder and I found, in fact, I could get more work done.

"If you read a piece of text through twenty times, you will not learn it by heart so easily as if you read it ten times while attempting to recite from time to time and consulting the text when your memory fails." –The New Organon, Francis Bacon
The testing effect is the established psychological observation that the mere act of testing someone’s memory will strengthen the memory (regardless of whether there is feedback). Since spaced repetition is just testing on particular days, we ought to establish that testing works better than regular review or study, and that it works outside of memorizing random dates in history. To cover a few papers:
Karriere  Zinseszins  Zinseszinseffekt  Profession  Erfolgsprinzip  higher_quality  TOP  Inspiration  Bode  Bell_Labs  You_and_your_research  Hamming_Richard  Tukey_John  Genius  work_harder  compund_interest  knowledge  productivity  Lernen_lernen  spaced_repetition  Bacon_Francis  testing_effect  DRANBLEIBEN  y2017  m09  d10 
december 2016 by snearch
Karrieremesse am 09.09.2015 in Berlin
Die Aussteller bieten Ingenieuren praktisch aller Fachrichtungen spannende Aufgaben. Allein 1.000 Ingenieure will in diesem Jahr der Elektro- und Maschinenbaukonzern General Electric in Deutschland einstellen. 500 Ingenieure sucht das Forschungszentrum Jülich in NRW, 400 Ingenieure braucht die Deutsche Bahn, 300 weitere Ingenieure sucht der Windanlagenhersteller Nordex, 200 die Bundeswehr. 150 Ingenieure benötigt der Liebherr-Standort in Rostock, der Schiffs-, Hafenmobil- und Offshorekrane herstellt. Der Luft- und Raumfahrtkonzern Thales braucht 100 Ingenieure mit Erfahrungen in der Luft- und Raumfahrt. Bis zu jeweils 1.000 Ingenieure aller Fachrichtungen benötigen die Dienstleister und Ingenieurgesellschaften wie Altran, Brunel, euro engineering, EDAG, Excellence, Ferchau, Hays, IAV, Randstad Professionals und Splu Experts.
Ingenieure, die ihre berufliche Zukunft in Berlin, Brandenburg oder Ostdeutschland suchen, haben ebenfalls eine große Auswahl an Unternehmen aus der Region. So sind die Bundesdruckerei, das Berliner Medizintechnik-Unternehmen Biotronik, der Windanlagenhersteller Nordex aus Rostock und mehrere Ingenieurdienstleister mit Sitz oder Zweigstellen in Berlin vertreten. „Die Auswahl an Aufgaben und Positionen ist auf dem Berliner Recruiting Tag ausgesprochen groß“, freut sich Organisatorin Franziska Opitz von VDI nachrichten.
Profession  Ingenieur  Karrieremesse  VDI  Stellenangebot  y2015  m08  m09  Berlin 
august 2015 by snearch

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