I don't tend to enjoy the format of inspirational bullet point posts so popular on Medium. Reading the first bullet point of this one resonated with me though. The more you achieve, the
Just finished reading Black Hole Focus. It's rather well written to inspire action. But the fundamental principles in it boil down to visualise success, break how to get there, remind your self on
I originally saw this video 2 years ago. It's incredibly satisfying to see the simplicity of the techniques. Furthermore, it is an ingenious display of how far we can come share knowledge and
It happens once in a while that a colleague mentions their text editor of choice choking on some large file. Whenever this happens I'm reminded of this excellent series of posts in the
Having worked on a framework for efficient data resolution for the last couple of months I greatly enjoyed this talk by Simon Marlow from Facebook ( Haxl: Making Concurrency Unreasonably Easy). The problem space
Through one mean or another, I end up rereading Kent Beck's amazing article "Mastering Programming" every few months. It perfectly synthesises the traits we should try to incorporate into our day
Remember this guy? He's been busy since then. This guy truly an insperational speaker with a very unique style of communication.
The average age of the systems engineers and controllers in the room that day was 26. Which means among other things that their age when they heard that challenge [going to the moon]