This week was meant to be the week to put the final touches on our first big website feature: the personalized news feed for remote workers and freelancers. I’m afraid we’re going to miss the deadline again, as we got sidetracked putting together a deal with a partner for a different venture. It’s a long weekend, so there might still be time. I’ll report next weekend on the project’s status. In the mean time, check out the most popular articles of the week: we never miss the deadline on those.
No, I’m not going to tell you. RTFM.
Most people who are indeed very good at maths and who program for a living, will also not be able to explain to you nor pinpoint how to achieve such godliness. Because it comes so very naturally for them… or so it seems!
Call BS when you see it. Louder!
I’d rather you save that money and spend it on giving your employees raises, scaling your business, hiring more people, employing me and those I work with, going out to eat high-quality ramen, buying some cool shoes, or just really enjoying your life.
Employers are warming up to the advantages of a remote work force. Forbes nails it.
Obviously, choosing whether a company implements and follows a telecommuting/remote model is dependant on how the company feels it can achieve success. However, ensuring you have the right people makes getting to that success a whole lot easier. Establishing a remote workforce will help ensure your team is more diverse, that it’s assembled with the most talented people and that it will add more flexibility.
Work is life, and life is work. Your break is over: get back to work!
With remote employees, people can really create their own work-life fit. If we would allow people to do that more, as opposed to continuing the Industrial Revolution philosophy of needing to be at our desk from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with an hour lunch break, I believe we’d see tremendous business results.
Very short list of languages. We had hopes for more, but it’s a start.
Julia has been designed to address all the numerical and computational needs, hence it is ideal for data scientists. The special feature of this language is a library that’s good for floating point calculations and linear algebra.