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  1. Spotify Engineering Culture - part 1


    from Spotify Training & Development Liked 490K 1,627 58

    An attempt to describe our engineering culture. This is a journey in progress, not a journey completed, so the video is somewhere between "How Things Are Today" and "How We Want Things…

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    • Zach Holman - How GitHub Works


      from NDC Conferences Liked 8,794 82 0

      GitHub consists of a bunch of employees who have worked at other companies in the past and despised it. Okay, maybe they weren't all terrible jobs, but a lot of us remain skeptical of most software…

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      • Organizing Functional Code for Parallel Execution; or, foldl and foldr Considered Slightly Harmful


        from Malcolm Wallace Liked 15.3K 100 3

        Organizing Functional Code for Parallel Execution; or, foldl and foldr Considered Slightly Harmful Guy L. Steele, Jr.; Sun Microsystems International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP) Edinburgh…

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        • ETE 2012 - Nathan Marz on Storm


          from Chariot Solutions Liked 27.8K 80 2

          From the abstract: "Storm makes it easy to write and scale complex realtime computations on a cluster of computers, doing for realtime processing what Hadoop did for batch processing. Storm…

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          • Day 1 Keynote: Evident Code, at Scale - Stuart Halloway


            from EuroClojure Liked 1,520 16 0

            According to Webster, evident means ‘clear to the vision or understanding.’ In this talk, Stuart presented specific practices that you can apply to make your code more evident, particularly…

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            • My Workflow Using Aperture and Nik Software Plugins


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              A free online webinar workshop hosted by Nik Software. I’ll show how I use Apple’s Aperture in combination with my favourite plugins from Nik Software; Viveza 2, Silver Efex Pro 2 and…

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              • Hunchentoot


                from Patrick Stein Liked 833 2 0

                Presentation by Paul Krueger to the Twin Cities Lisp Users Group about the Common Lisp web server Hunchentoot. This presentation was recorded on 2010-04-26. You can find slides for this presentation…

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