Engineering Digest 0x3
💥 The Engineering Digest #3 is here💥 — Don’t forget to subscribe in Telegram (https://t.me/engdigest) and now on Medium (https://medium.com/@yasik)
New fact about Jeff Dean — Jeff Dean once shifted a bit so hard it ended up on another computer.
👉👉👉 How To Spot Symptoms Of Employee Burnout On Your Engineering Team. A new survey shows that stress-induced burnout is going to be a big problem for managers in 2017.
👉👉👉 Despite its title, a great view on productivity, focus and achieving great results by working smart.
“Figures as different as Charles Dickens, Henri Poincaré, and Ingmar Bergman, working in disparate fields in different times, all shared a passion for their work, a terrific ambition to succeed, and an almost superhuman capacity to focus.”
👉👉👉 Education of a Programmer. A long read about what great programmers must learn.
“When I left Microsoft in October 2016 after almost 21 years there and almost 35 years in the industry, I took some time to reflect on what I had learned over all those years. This is a lightly edited version of that post. Pardon the length!”
👉👉👉 An in-depth look at Google’s TPU (Tensor Processing Unit). A hardware behind most of Google’s machine learning computations.
👉👉👉 Collaborative Machine Learning without Centralized Training Data. Feature and training data sets are one of the most fundamental components in any machine learning algorithms and also one of the most challenging problems.
👉👉👉 Low-Level Programming University. A page for beginners who want to be low-level programmers.
👉👉👉 An Alternative Approach to Rate Limiting.
👉👉👉 Competitive Programmer’s Handbook. I wish I had a book like this 10 years ago.
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