Pawan Chopra

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Pawan Chopra

544 days ago

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585 days ago

“The Pleasures and Pains of Coffee”

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626 days ago

older books tend to be better at conveying the important ideas and design decisions behind a language, and are more often written by its designers and key implementers, whereas newer books tend to focus on applications or optimize for approachability.

Learn every language

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Pawan Chopra

640 days ago

The empty brain

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640 days ago

Just because your mind creates a thought doesn’t make it true.

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day

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709 days ago

Fuck You Startup World

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820 days ago

How Airbnb manages to monitor customer issues at scale

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826 days ago

There will be times when you feel alone, misunderstood and even abandoned. There are times when you wish you could just be “normal” whatever the hell that means. Yet no one who was normal ever made history. Never have. Never will.

You Don’t “Find Your Calling,” You Fight For It

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Pawan Chopra

826 days ago

I need to be alone. Pretty regularly actually. I can get easily overwhelmed when I’m surrounded by people, or when I’m forced into too many social situations. That’s just the way I’ve always been. The remedy for that is to spend time with myself.

How I try to stay balanced in a world I can’t always control

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Pawan Chopra

852 days ago

I read constantly, throughout every single day. I read obsessively, consuming new books and revisiting old at an alarming rate. I read because I want to see the world through new sets of eyes. My bookshelves strain under the weight of comics, graphic novels, the complete works of Shakespeare, the Harry Potter series, books about Steve Jobs and Wall Street and Walmart and business and histories of the Holocaust.

Here’s my secret weapon: I read

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873 days ago

The Beauty of Blank Space on Your Calendar

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888 days ago

That’s of course if you actually like what you do and who you do it with. If neither of those things are true, well, perhaps it’s time to ask yourself: Why are neither of those things true? Then, preferably take steps to remedy the situation once that question grows old (and before you do!).

I fucking ❤ Mondays!

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Pawan Chopra

891 days ago

Rebuilding Git in Ruby

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Pawan Chopra

915 days ago

Joe Armstrong - Erlang and other stuff

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Pawan Chopra

924 days ago

Dan Abramov time travel

A Great JavaScript Side Project is your Most Important Asset

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Pawan Chopra

930 days ago

The Biggest Mistake I Ever Made

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Pawan Chopra

945 days ago

Reasoning About Code

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947 days ago

Be A Fucking Weirdo.

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Pawan Chopra

948 days ago

Ruby/Rails Code Smell Basics 01

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Pawan Chopra

948 days ago

What No One Told You About Z-Index — Philip Walton

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Pawan Chopra

950 days ago

#ilovefs: Why GNU Emacs?

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Pawan Chopra

953 days ago

Getting ahead vs. doing well

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955 days ago

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Pawan Chopra

964 days ago

A 69-year-old monk who scientists call the 'world's happiest man' says the secret to being happy takes just 15 minutes a day

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Pawan Chopra

1002 days ago

On Quitting: Part II

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1002 days ago

On Quitting: Part I

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