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ProLinks #19

How to teach machines, how to program programming language, how to manage engineers or how NASA prevented the end of the world. More inside. IT Teacup –  Once upon a time, there was a machine learning researcher who tried to… Read More »ProLinks #19

ProLinks #16

How good code dies, about bad and good algorithms and live stream from space. More inside. IT Fantastic Algorithms and Where To Find Them – Nicholas Ormrod – Meeting C++ 2017 You are doing Stand-ups wrong! – It’s another Monday… Read More »ProLinks #16

ProLinks #14

What makes a disaster, how to use conditions, detailed report about developers and more. Enjoy! IT The Effective Remote Developer When to use else in conditions? – I can tell you which one I would use, and for which reasons,… Read More »ProLinks #14

ProLinks #13

SOLID principles, remote working and why recruiter is not your friend. More inside. IT The Stress of Remote Working – In software engineering, remote working makes a lot of sense since, most of the time, you only need a computer… Read More »ProLinks #13

ProLinks #12

Coders are not monkeys, how radio was the first web or how potatoes saved Europe. Enjoy! IT Legends of the Ancient Web – In just a few years, radio completes the transition from an eclectic group of participatory amateurs, to… Read More »ProLinks #12

ProLinks #11

First ProLinks edition in 2018 brings a lot of links for IT professionals including solid Ruby criticism. Also interesting links about society, science and more inside. IT Managing Engineers with Ron Lichty The Problem Solver – Good developers are good… Read More »ProLinks #11

ProLinks #8

5 rules of programming, universal basic income or how EU build a wall that Trump can be envious of. Enjoy! IT Why Concerns About Net Neutrality Are Overblown – Critics worry that getting rid of neutrality regulation will lead to… Read More »ProLinks #8

IT vs. Humanities

There is a real issue of prejudice against humanities in IT and among engineering students. It is something that even I am inclined to, but I am trying to defend core values of humanities purpose.  My critique comes to what… Read More »IT vs. Humanities