I have been pretty busy lately, and although reading doesn’t stop, my writing sometimes takes a hiatus.
Data engineering, adtech, history, apple. Expect a similar wide range in the future as well. You can check all my weekly readings by checking the
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And it’s not about a technology product.
Working on improvement is a full time job, that you usually need to take during your free time.
This was a weird read. But now I wonder if I can use Prim’s algorithm to improve my decision making?
The cookiepocalypse is coming, and if you work in adtech you should be thinking about it.
Around my hometown (L’Arboç) there’s an abundance of dry stone wall huts, presumedly from around 18th century. Now I know how to build one.
You may be aware that I read anything that can improve me in any way. So,
Impro is now on my currently reading.
Anything that is
not Airflow is a win on my book, but I’m not super-thrilled about how Dagster works either.
I have always loved maps and map-drawing, so how to draw fantasy maps is an interesting enough subject on its own.
I’m ramping up my category theory knowledge lately (and spreading through to sheaves and maybe schemes).
We’ll miss him (and Rafa Nadal, and Novak Djokovic) when he retires.
I’ve been thinking about “spreadsheets” as in “data and code mixed” lately, specially in terms of category theory, so this post was… close to mind-reading.
I’ve never been drawn to that game, but given the amount of hours some people give it, it makes total sense.
As part of my categorification, I’m back again at learning Haskell (using
Haskell Programming from First Principles). So I’m reading anything reasonably non-technical about Haskell.
The amount of bone and tissue stress a young basketball player has gone through is astonishing.
I like that 30s look. I even have a similar hat.
Seems too late for my batch of stickers, but I always pick 2 of a kind if possible, now I’m thinking where should I show the duplicates.
Watching things explode has always been fun?
Would you recognize genius if it was in front of you?
I’ve seen many people recommend this book… And I didn’t get it. It was interesting, but not so much as I expected.
Some ways of seeing the Yoneda lemma. I’m still trying to wrap my head categorically, without forgetting anything. I want to be free.
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