An incomplete list of skills senior engineers need, beyond coding
Nonobvious senior skills
Interpreting Harry Potter through JKR political opinions.
Reed-Solomon explained well
Alistair vtipný jako vždycky. Slovo "konspiritualita" si zapamatuju.
Reminder on food selection
“Focus on scarcity occurs involuntarily.”
Coolaborative decision making in the Army, full of bad graphs, but some good thoughts
I don’t remember learning about birds breathing through two holes. Cool!
Další výborně napsané české metoo.
OpSec is hard, but one would think that it's taken seriously when handling, like, nuclear warheads.
Stratechery on computing on the edge. I strongly resonate with the political conclusions at the end: I am of an opinion that we've enjoyed a nice ride of the open internet, but we are heading towards a future of federated national intranets with limited interoperability.
Tohle je presny popis. Myslim ale, ze to neni specificky problem ceskych padesatniku, ale sirsi problem vekove pyramidy Evropy.
EU thinking about crossing the Rubicon woth extraterrestrial regulations
I really like how Ben is thinking! You can still do magic if you treat the Internet as public park
EU trying to regulate DNS root? Oh my.
Když i pohlaváři říkají, že je inflace…
First Skynet kill. Somebody start a counter.
Tohle bude zajímavý metoo
> Napsal jsem Hefnerovi e-mail s „dobrou“ zprávou: „V české kanceláři Playboye není sexuální predátor. Jen spousta rasistických homofobů, kteří se sprchují jen zřídka.“
The genetic population control is here
Ways in which to use writing for thinking
Titanic caused fixes that caused more problems
Excellent advice. And I’d advocate even spending the time to do it just for yourself.
Observability explained. I can subscribe to ODD
The mak-or-break is the distribution of benefits across the population. But future can be exciting.
And mRNA technology can be deployed against more than just viruses. Both Moderna and BioNTech have personalized vaccine candidates targeting cancer. Although called a “cancer vaccine,” the treatment is only administered once the subject has cancer—it isn’t preventative. The companies use an algorithm to analyze the genetic sequences of the tumor and the patient’s healthy cells and predict which molecules could be used to generate a strong immune response against the cancer. “I was actually witnessing the cancer cells shrinking before my eyes,” said Brad Kremer, a melanoma patient who received the BioNTech treatment.
Why content negotiation is a failure.
Usual playbook: 1) citizens horrified after learning how casually Valley collects data, 2) doesn’t matter unless a billionaire steps in. Good observation about a client state though; I’ll use that
I only vaguely remember the original Naomi story and completely missed she was hard-doxxed. Yikes.
And the follow-up fallout is...well...really terrible.
Ondřej is still the best VC :)
Kill Zone is a good concept
This explains quite a bit
Thiel, meanwhile, voiced a related opinion in his own article for Cato Unbound: “I no longer believe that freedom and democracy are compatible.”
Operating on a surge capacity during a pandemic
OK, this is sad and scary as fuck
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