Slightly shorter because I’ll be on holidays.
Next week I’ll be wandering around some mountains, and hopefully have 10 degrees less.
Christopher Dresser’s Studies in Design
This is the next installment on my quest to read and help understand interesting papers in the data space.
A very oldie from HBR, but explains a very real and existing mechanic at play in offices which remote work may be making worse.
This is something I wondered when using GraphFrames' connected components algorithm (big star/small star). Sadly I didn’t have the work bandwidth to try a custom, single-machine implementation (the cost was already significantly cheaper than the previous version, and way way cheaper than buying it pre-computed).
This is an awesome resource on ideas for handling a new team. Beware, it is
I’ve been seeing one of the methods on Instagram lately. I tried and it’s ok.
I thought about finding out what where the JTBDs of our stakeholders a couple of months ago, clearly it was not only my thinking about this.
Learning methods, deliberate practice, etc.
A Digital Antiquarian history lesson on a classic game.
What is going on with executives and C-levels.
I didn’t know what
mypyc is (or forgot?). It leverages the
mypy type checker to transpile type-annotated Python to C… speeding it up significantly.