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An analysis of what kind of birds they represented.
Good suggestions on workload management and process queues for Redshift
Finding dead ends in a game using Markov processes (instead of a formal language approach)
Quite a meaty post about… well, optimising interpreters (incidentally, bytecode based)
Did you know metaphor design is a thing? Read this article for more.
Calling decision tables a formal method may be a stretch, but they can clarify your thinking. And that is one of the powerful things formal methods bring.
No, they aren’t, but your heap can suffer in Scala!
I’ve been into Wardley mapping for several months (even gave a
presentation on Mapping at SoCraTes UK 2019) and I’m basically consuming any content related to it. This short video is a very good intro to Wardley mapping, by the way.
A quite funny video presentation by Tom Gauld
Sophie’s World but for Theory of Constraints (with a whiz of the Toyota Production System probably)
Networking tips. It describes very directed ways of building a network and actually being useful in it, not just a parasite.
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