- PlayStation Plus Free Games Lineup April 2015 - YouTubeRT @NeverAloneGame: Great news for PS4 players: Never Alone is one of the free games of April 2015 for @PlayStation Plus subscribers!
- Joel Spolsky on Twitter: "EXCLUSIVE first photo of new Facebook 8-acre open working space for developers http://t.co/iHCuYtM5Wb"RT @spolsky: EXCLUSIVE first photo of new Facebook 8-acre open working space for developers
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Hangouts take 400% CPU with WebRTC enabled. -
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- How We Scale VividCortex's Backend Systems - High Scalability -This is guest post by Baron Schwartz, Founder & CEO of VividCortex, the first unified suite of performance management tools specifically designed for today's large-scale, polyglot persistence…
- Internal Memo: Zappos is offering severance to employees who aren’t all in with HolacracyOn March 24, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh shared with employees a companywide memo stating that it would more aggressively pursue self-organization and is offering employees severance to quit, giving…
- github - Why squash git commits for pull requests? - Programmers Stack ExchangeSo that you have a clear and concise git history that clearly and easily documents the changes done and the reasons why.
- Avro, mail # user - Value constraints in schemas? - 2015-03-30, 15:32@jaykreps hey, I’m trying out Avro based on your recommendation… asked a question on the list; no response yet… help?
- Demystifying Golang's io.Reader and io.Writer Interfaces | I care, I share, I'm Nathan LeClaire.If you’re coming to Go from a more flexible, dynamically typed language like Ruby or Python, there may be some confusion as you adjust to the Go way of doing things. In my case, I had some trouble wrapping my head around io.Reader, io.Writer, io.ReadCloser etc. What are they used for, and how can they […]
- http://www.economist.com/blogs/freeexchange/2015/03/wealth-inequality?fsrc=scn/tw/te/bl/ed/nimbysinthetwentyfirstcenturySINCE the publication of "Capital in the Twenty-First Century", Thomas Piketty has won many plaudits for his work on inequality. The book has so far sold more than 1.5m copies. Its arguments have…
- Tim Cook: Pro-discrimination ‘religious freedom’ laws are dangerousTim Cook is chief executive of Apple. There’s something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to…
All 3 talks I’ve attended so far at #PhillyETE have incorporated neuroscience or been about leveraging neuroscience to make better software.
April 10, 2012 at 13:10