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If you chose technology that way, you'd be running Windows. When you choose technology, you have to ignore what other people are doing, and consider only what will work the best. This is especially true in a startup. In a big company, you can do what all the other big companies are doing. But a startup can't do what all the other startups do. I don't think a lot of people realize this, even in.
If you want to work in a big company, learn how to hack Blub on Windows. If you want to work at a cool little company or research lab, you'll do better to learn Ruby on Linux. And if you want to start your own company, which I think will be more and more common, master the most powerful tools you can find, because you're going to be in a race against your competitors, and they'll be your horse.I use a lot of different resources when creating various technology solutions. See below for the most important ones. I've grouped them into sections based off of the undergrad specializations in the ITM program. Also check out my blog: eric.tendian.io Systems Security.The WebSockets offering for .NET 4.5 consists of several APIs that vary in granularity and purpose. The new System.Net.WebSockets namespace contains a set of types that are used regardless of whether you are hosting your WebSocket server in ASP.NET or if you are using the low level HttpListener class (WCF uses HttpListener when it needs to handle HTTP traffic in self-hosted mode).
Paul Carter, The Road to Botany Bay: An Exploration of Landscape and History (1988). D. Graham Burnett, Masters of All They Surveyed: Exploration, Geography, and a British El Dorado (2000) Burnett’s story of the British exploration of Guyana in a fruitless search for the riches of El Dorado captures the key role of myths in colonial map-making. Read this after Paul Carter, and watch.Read More
Paul Graham’s essay page. A collection of beautifully articulate essays. I don’t agree with PG on everything, but his essays are well thought-out and entertaining, his political analysis is dead-on (read his stuff about distribution of wealth), and of course the adult validation of the issues I was always complaining about in school felt great. I started binge-reading these in June 2015.Read More
Setting Up Ruby. Jan 11 th, 2012. Reusing good libraries and tools is a cornerstone of the Ruby culture. Unfortunately, this means that you will have to install a lot of software before you can build your Web application. The following sections show the methods I recommend for installing these libraries and tools, and they’re reasonable defaults. Fedora Linux. The steps below work on Fedora.Read More
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Paul Graham's essays. Other blogs are slightly less popular, but you are allowed to admit you read these: Lambda the Ultimate, the programming languages weblog. A List Apart, on the design, development, and meaning of web content. A Neighborhood of Infinity (and any other blogs related to Haskell) Planet Factor, a good aggregation of Factor.Read More
Best-websites-a-programmer-should-visit. Some useful websites for programmers. When learning CS, there are some useful sites you must know to get always informed in order to do your technologies even better and learn new things.Read More
Hackers and Painters, book review. book review. March 1, 2018 February 26, 2018. Published on: 01.03.2018. Number of pages: 272 Written by: Paul Graham Publish by: O’Reilly Media. Conclusion One of the classics book for hackers (software developers). If you are just in the business of software, I recommend that you read it. Review The book is composed of 15 essays: Why Nerds Are Unpopular.Read More
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I discovered Paul Graham’s essay page and started binge-reading. I decided I wanted to start a startup (which I still do, but am putting off due to a lack of cofounder candidates until I go to a 4yr university) and began mentally designing my product. I discovered TechWeek and arranged with my parents to go during September to the Kansas City event.Read More
I actually read a ton of romantic erotica and I got most of them for free from Amazon. My personal highlights are Loving Maddie from A to Z (Kelly Jamieson), A Little Harmless Obsession (Melissa Schroeder), The Swirl: The Chase (Cornelia Smith), Deliver (Pam Godwin), and the complete “Delicate” series (Lucia Jordan).Read More