We are thinking every day. Most of us think at any given moment.
Are our thoughts really clear? Most probably not as we are subject to biases.
This book shines light into which biases and fallacies exist, which errors we make in day-to-day thinking, how we can identify and eradicate them.
One of my favorite bias is information bias. It is the delusion that more information guarantees better decisions.
Albeit this biography has been published in 2015 and is now already over four years old, it contains a lot of useful information on Elon that describe his way of thinking and reasoning about problems. …
Google has the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) where you can find most of the source code regarding the Android ecosystem. Gradle Plugins, R8/D8, Lint and many other things are located there.
Submitting a patch is easier than expected. Last year, I’ve submitted my first patch — https://android-review.googlesource.com/c/platform/tools/base/+/783316
So let’s get started and see how we can set up our machine so we can contribute.
Another book about startups.
Customers don’t see how much time it takes to build something. They only care if it serves their needs.
This book explains one way to approach building your product.
Just like the name suggests, it starts with something small, which will be reiterated many times and continuously improved.
Highly recommended if you want to start building something.
If you are copying from someone, you aren’t learning from them. You’re not innovative and always behind.
This book sprinkles a lot of ideas and concepts about how you can build the future.
It contains a lot of questions throughout the book that can help to refine your idea and hopefully eventually succeed. …