Mladen Srdić

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Mladen Srdić

3 days ago

In Pursuit of Production Minimalism

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6 days ago

Is this weird Haskell technique something I made up?

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Mladen Srdić

34 days ago

A Data Biosphere for Biomedical Research

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Mladen Srdić

35 days ago

When Your Muse Is Also a Demonic Dominatrix

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Mladen Srdić

36 days ago

A Proposed End-To-End Principle for Data Commons

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38 days ago

The Sad, Beautiful Fact That We're All Going To Miss Almost Everything

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45 days ago

Say the Hard Thing

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45 days ago

In the Death Zone

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52 days ago

The Idea That Eats Smart People

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58 days ago

the depression thing

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59 days ago

Our Open-Plan Office Failed, So We’re Moving to a Towering Panopticon

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Mladen Srdić

59 days ago

Blueberry Farm Uses Lasers to Scare Off Hungry Birds

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71 days ago

Software Defined Culture, Part 0

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72 days ago

Deductive vs Inductive Reasoning: Make Smarter Arguments, Better Decisions, and Stronger Conclusions

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75 days ago

The Unexotic Underclass

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78 days ago

Will Kubernetes Collapse Under the Weight of Its Complexity?

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90 days ago

I find two spaces after a period unsettling, like seeing a person who never blinks or still has their phone’s keyboard sound effects on.

The Scientific Case for Two Spaces After a Period

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142 days ago

What is my dog?

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147 days ago

Read Susan Sontag’s Love Letter to Borges, Written 10 Years After His Death

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181 days ago

Too Much Music: A Failed Experiment In Dedicated Listening

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Mladen Srdić

183 days ago

E-Stop and Fuel, software that keeps you awake at night · Jacques Mattheij

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Mladen Srdić

185 days ago

Although this piece is an eulogy to The Awl and Hairpin, this particular section rings true on a different level.

Paradoxically, The Awl and The Hairpin, in their seeming pointlessness, championed a different, more deviant kind of point, which was this: unbridled passion should always prevail. If what’s driving you is pay or cachet or social relevancy, you’re going to sink into a deep, dark pit of self-deceit. And you’re going to hate yourself. “There are people who care way too much, about something, anything, everything — love, art, politics, ideas, music, other people,” writes former Awl contributor Heather Havrilesky in The Cut. “And then there are people who narrow all of that noise and commotion down to one single point of light: career success.The people who care about nothing but career success will tell you that unpopular things are unimportant, and things that don’t pay well enough are uniformly pointless. Anyone who doesn’t reward you handsomely for your work is automatically disrespecting you. Anyone who ignores you over and over isn’t just busy, but is bad and worthless and should be punished for it. Every relationship is transactional and those who don’t see it that way are naïve. But the best things I’ve ever done in my life fly in the face of those assumptions.”

The Awl Showed Us What Writing Looks Like When It’s Not Treated as a Commodity

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Mladen Srdić

189 days ago

If you watch closely enough, everything is a speaker

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190 days ago

Leaving New York and Also Technology

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190 days ago

Owls for peace: how conservation science is reaching across borders in the Middle East

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191 days ago

Diana Gabaldon shows how she crafts a sentence [Animated]

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196 days ago

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198 days ago

Plant Trees Before You Need the Shade

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199 days ago

2018 Developer Skills Report

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200 days ago

Ted Nelson on What Modern Programmers Can Learn From the Past

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200 days ago

Ted Nelson on What Modern Programmers Can Learn From the Past

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208 days ago

Less Talk More Rock- Boing Boing

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215 days ago

Aflac’s toy robot for kids facing cancer is the smartest toy of all

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Mladen Srdić

217 days ago

Space, Climate Change, and the Real Meaning of Theory

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218 days ago

How to Deploy Software

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223 days ago

The strange reinvention of Icelandic

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235 days ago

Excerpt: All Our Wrong Todays

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Mladen Srdić

236 days ago

Why Google Stores Billions of Lines of Code in a Single Repository

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Mladen Srdić

236 days ago

Reading postmortems

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

The #CommonsPilot kicks off!!

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245 days ago

Incident review: API and Dashboard outage on 10 October 2017

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

The App That Reminds You You’re Going to Die

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

On Unread Books

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

Using Data Science to Explore Software Development

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Mladen Srdić

245 days ago

Gorilla: A fast, scalable, in-memory time series database

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247 days ago

[...] in our globalizing, urbanizing, capitalist age, such places remind us that there are alternative ways to relate to the world, and the people, around us: they spur our utopian imagination.

A Trip to St. Kilda, Scotland’s Lost Utopia in the Sea

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Mladen Srdić

254 days ago

Yes, You Can Make Office Politics Less Toxic

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275 days ago

Views from the Top

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281 days ago

What Happens When You Put 500,000 People's DNA Online

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