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- 06/13/17--12:26: _List of cognitive b...
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- 06/13/17--12:26: List of cognitive biases
- 10/19/17--00:59: What is the hardest part about learning to program?
- 11/02/17--08:09: Code Reviews – Do’s and Don’ts
- 04/27/18--04:36: How Privileged Are Programmers? Are You a John, Too?
- 05/04/18--02:21: Feelings Wheel
List of cognitive biases is probably the single most useful resource on practical psychology that I’ve seen in my life. Cognitive biases are tendencies to think in certain ways that can lead to systematic deviations from a standard of rationality or good judgment, and are often studied in psychology and behavioral economics. Although the reality … Continue reading List of cognitive biases
“The Birth And Death Of Privacy: 3,000 Years of History Told Through 46 Images” is a rather extensive look at the history of privacy. Privacy, as we understand it, is only about 150 years old. Humans do have an instinctual desire for privacy. However, for 3,000 years, cultures have nearly always prioritized convenience and wealth … Continue reading The Birth And Death Of Privacy: 3,000 Years of History Told Through 46 Images
Quora runs an interesting question – “What is the hardest part about learning to program?“. As always, there are plenty of insightful answers with suggestions, tips, shared stories, research and statistical data, and more. For me personally, this answer in particular was useful, as I’m very well familiar with the phenomena, but never knew there … Continue reading What is the hardest part about learning to program?
I don’t think I’ve ever met a technical person, who didn’t exhibit at least some of the traits described in this article. And that includes myself as well. It’s usually not all that bad, but still …
The Feelings Wheel is awesome for any non-native English speakers, as well as people trying to express themselves better.