Kurz & bündig

Ich hätte die Einträge natürlich auch auf Twitter (oder irgendeinem anderen sozialen Netzwerk) posten können, aber das wäre ja zu einfach gewesen.


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Podcast – You Are Not So Smart and The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

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Wecke das Kind in dir! Learn to Fold Five Insanely Cool Paper Planes

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Decision Making

Overview topics are hbr topic on decision making and hbr brief history on decision making

Contents of the book hbr on decision making

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If you ever plan to sabotage an organisation, here is the guide.

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Most intuitive tutorial on functional concepts I could find: Functors, Applicatives, And Monads In Pictures. Or a video: Railway Oriented Programming Or something less visual: Monoid in the Category of Endofunctors - SoftwareMill Tech Blog

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The basics to get started with python 3 packages: relevant setuptools documentation and supplemental infos on docs.python.org. Other stuff: You probably also need PEP 8 – Style Guide for Python Code | Python.org and Packaging a python library | ionel’s codelog.

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A nice introduction on Event Sourcing

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To get the basics of UX right.

  • Locality
  • No dropdowns
  • Most important parts should hit your eye first
  • Use examples to convince clients

Following the 4 rules should already create a significant impact.

source

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Simple analytics for your website with https://plausible.io/, perhaps worth a try.

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I come from an environment where, if you see a snake, you kill it. At GM, if you see a snake, the first thing you do is go hire a consultant on snakes. Between “Paralysis by Analysis” and “Extinction by Instinct”

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Se você não se lembra da conjugação de um verbo, conjugacao.com.br pode ajudá-lo.

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Die Werke von der Kunst- und Architekturschule Bauhaus stehen auf openculture.com zum herunterladen bereit. Bauhaus feiert übrigens 100-jähriges Jubiläum dieses Jahr.

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Für jeden der auf (funktionale) Programmierung abfährt: die Vorträge Simple Made Easy & Hammock Driven Development von Rich Hickey.

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How to deal with rising complexity in organisations: sense and respond. Frédéric Laloux rediscovered what evolution had figured out long ago: the one way to survive in a complex environment is to let go and revert to self-managing organisations.

From a bioinformatics point of view, this does not come as a surprise, as evolution in itself can be seen as an environment-adapting optimisation algorithm.

So, what are we now going to do with all the management »knowledge« and shallow LinkedIn posts about successful leadership?

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Finally bioinformatics benefits from the new developments in pattern recognition. https://deepmind.com/blog/alphafold/.

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Who said that explaining the pitfalls of correlation needs to be boring… https://www.autodeskresearch.com/publications/samestats