Reference frames, ontologies, systems thinking, and an idea of a "mind gardener" tool
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100% digital nature of programming and big online hostings (Github) makes it suitable for AI learning. Software is also very composable and…
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Kenneth Stanley's and Joel Lehman's book Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned: The Myth of the Objective has two components: theoretical, describing…
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In response to my article “Blockchain is not decentralised”, Garycris wrote: While the developer's are acting in their own best interest, if you buy…
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Try things, ask questions, think critically, programmer's mindfulness, generalist vs. specialist, realism, responsibility, pair programming, no broken…
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Complexity and systems theory, Cartesian-Newtonian thinking, exegesis/eisegesis, high-reliability theory, exploration-exploitation tradeoff, diversity
Deep technology specialisation becomes both less valuable and more risky
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Safety, trust, sharing vulnerability, retrospectives, overcommunication, alignment, purpose
I keep hearing an opinion that "Bitcoin (or any cryptocurrency, or blockchain in general) is decentralised". It is presented as a "good" property of…
Statistics, causality, causal modelling, mediation analysis, counterfactuals, philosophy of research, causal representation learning, ethical AI, the…
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Concurrency models, fallback in distributed systems, talk before engineering, engineering productivity, platform team's goals, design docs
Variety vs uniformity in the tech stack, why NoSQL, documenting architecture decisions, architecture decision drivers, effective reading, team…
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