Osvaldo Zonetti

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Osvaldo Zonetti

57 days ago

A life-changing classic!

Bret Victor - Inventing on Principle

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84 days ago

But why is slow bad? Fast software is not always good software, but slow software is rarely able to rise to greatness.

Fast Software, the Best Software

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123 days ago

The Joy of Small Projects

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134 days ago

Choose Your Status Game Wisely

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212 days ago

Write like you code

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224 days ago

When it comes to thinking the mind has an optimal way to be operated. When operated correctly you’ll find yourself with plenty of free time. When operated incorrectly, most of your time will be consumed correcting mistakes.

Good decisions create time, bad ones consume it. Good initial decisions pay dividends for years, allowing abundant free time and low stress. Poor decisions, on the other hand, consume time, increase anxiety, and drain us of energy.

Farnam Street

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426 days ago

Do You Need Redis? PostgreSQL Does Queuing, Locking, & Pub/Sub

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448 days ago

Math Has a Fatal Flaw

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464 days ago

The Future Of Reasoning

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464 days ago

Crazy New Ideas

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465 days ago

The art of solving problems with Monte Carlo simulations

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467 days ago

3 lessons on decision-making from a poker champion | Liv Boeree

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479 days ago

Discipline of Do Easy by Gus Van Sant

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598 days ago

“It isn’t inherently awful that YouTube uses AI to recommend video for you, because if the AI is well tuned it can help you get what you want. This would be amazing,” Chaslot told TNW. “But the problem is that the AI isn’t built to help you get what you want — it’s built to get you addicted to YouTube. Recommendations were designed to waste your time.”

‘YouTube recommendations are toxic,’ says dev who worked on the algorithm

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621 days ago

Is there a way to cultivate curiosity? To start with, you want to avoid situations that suppress it.

How to Think for Yourself

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642 days ago

Meeting magicians is the first step to becoming one – when you are attempting to learn implicit knowledge that by definition you don’t understand, it is important to have a bunch of examples in front of you to feed your brain’s pattern-recognition systems. This will start to change your worldview without the controlling ‘you’ explicitly approving or denying every new belief or framework.

Becoming a magician

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664 days ago

History is driven by surprising events, forecasting is driven by predictable ones. It’s not an easy problem to solve.

A Few Rules

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664 days ago

Find the right environment, and very little effort is necessary.

A Lazy Person’s Guide to Happiness

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667 days ago

Complexity is like energy. It cannot be created or destroyed, only moved somewhere else. When a product or service becomes simpler for users, engineers and designers have to work harder.

Why Life Can’t Be Simpler

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749 days ago

"Writing is thinking. To write well is to think clearly. That's why it's so hard."

It's time to start writing

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749 days ago

"any room that you enter should have more certainty and a firmer plan by the time that you leave it"

Don't Create Chaos

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797 days ago

50 Ideas That Changed My Life

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827 days ago

How to identify The Most Important Thing

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835 days ago

How to Automate a Habit and Never Think About It Again

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837 days ago

What Is a Game?

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838 days ago

"We should embrace systems designed to reduce mistakes, but some will sneak through. When they do, it is in the best interests of scientific progress that they come to light. However, for individual researchers who attach their professional worth to their work, there are many, many incentives not to reveal errors."

Scientists Make Mistakes. I Made a Big One.

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845 days ago

Why some of us don't have one true calling | Emilie Wapnick

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857 days ago

An interesting take on the simulation argument

Jailbreaking the Simulation with George Hotz | SXSW 2019

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868 days ago

Everybody Can Make Deepfakes Now!

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869 days ago

To Get Good, Go After The Metagame

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869 days ago

Sebastiaan J. van Zelst: Process Mining in Python | PyData Eindhoven 2019

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1110 days ago

Encourage critical thinking with 3 questions | Brian Oshiro | TEDxXiguan

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1126 days ago

Solving Problems the Clojure Way - Rafal Dittwald

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1161 days ago

Principles For Success by Ray Dalio (In 30 Minutes)

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1163 days ago

The Pygmalion Effect

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1173 days ago

"I would define power as the ability to make other people do what you want; freedom is the ability to do what you want. Like gravity and acceleration, these are two forces that appear to be different but are in fact one. Freedom is the defensive, or pre-emptive, form of power: the power that’s necessary to resist all the power the world attempts to exert over us from day one."

Power? No, Thanks, I’m Good

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1176 days ago

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1184 days ago

The Art & Science of Leading Projects

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1186 days ago

Simulating Natural Selection

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1326 days ago

Solving murder with Prolog

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1364 days ago

The Surprising Power of Small Habits | James Clear | SNAPS Leadership Conference

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1374 days ago

"In this model the Doers are solely accountable for implementation, failure, and support of other people’s ideas, while the Thinker is rewarded for their success. This is at the heart of the contention and misalignment between the teams. It creates an IT group rather than an engineering team."

Engineers Shouldn’t Write ETL: A Guide to Building a High Functioning Data Science Department

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1397 days ago

Do We Worship Complexity?

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1399 days ago

Networking for Nerds

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1425 days ago

Why Clojure? by Vijay Kiran

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1456 days ago

Does Free Will Even Make Sense?

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1470 days ago

Mathematics is the sense you never knew you had | Eddie Woo | TEDxSydney

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1470 days ago

4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys, and how objects bounce and roll in 4D

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1504 days ago

Gamifying Education - How to Make Your Classroom Truly Engaging - Extra Credits

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1505 days ago

How To Remember Everything You Learn

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