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  1. Мы учим детей лицемерию. Алексей Бабаянц


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    http://www.psiholog3000.ru Почему воспитание хороших качеств характера важнее информативного знания? Удивительная история о школьном учителе. Без нравственности знания не приносят благо. Высший бал…

  2. Bret Victor - The Future of Programming


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    For references and more information, see http://worrydream.com/dbx Presented at Dropbox's DBX conference on July 9, 2013. Bret Victor -- http://worrydream.com

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    • Tera-scale deep learning - Quoc V. Le


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      Deep learning and unsupervised feature learning offer the potential to transform many domains such as vision, speech, and NLP. However, these methods have been fundamentally limited by our computational…

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      • Alissa Pajer - How Haskell is Changing my Brain


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        This video was filmed during The flatMap(Oslo) conference which took place on the 12-13th of May 2014 in Oslo, Norway. flatMap(Oslo) is Norway's first dedicated Scala and functional programming…

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        • [ny-haskell] Diagrams: Declarative Vector Graphics in Haskell with Brent Yorgey (Part 2 of 2)


          from Richard Minerich Liked 746 7 0

          Event: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/148519552/ Slides: http://gbaz.github.io/slides/13-11-25-nyhaskell-diagrams.pdf Part 1: https://vimeo.com/84104226 Diagrams [1] is an declarative,…

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          • [ny-haskell] Diagrams: Declarative Vector Graphics in Haskell with Brent Yorgey (Part 1 of 2)


            from Richard Minerich Liked 2,044 15 0

            Event: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/148519552/ Slides: http://gbaz.github.io/slides/13-11-25-nyhaskell-diagrams.pdf Part 2: https://vimeo.com/84249042 Diagrams [1] is an declarative,…

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            • [nyc-haskell] Practical Data Processing With Haskell and Putting Cloud Haskell to Work with Ozgun Ataman and Gershom Bazerman


              from Richard Minerich Liked 2,115 9 1

              From the NYC Haskell User Group: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/86257622/ We're kicking off the New York Haskell Users Group with two great talks, one for people just getting started…

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              • [ny-haskell] Functional Reactive Programming for Musical User Interfaces by Paul Hudak


                from Richard Minerich Liked 7,647 21 0

                Paul Hudak[1] was one of the principal designers of Haskell language. He is currently authoring the book "The Haskell School of Music -- From Signals to Symphonies"[2], and is one of the…

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                • [ny-haskell] Conquering Hadoop with Haskell and Ozgun Ataman


                  from Richard Minerich Liked 2,653 12 0

                  Event: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/159623642/ Hadoop provides a powerful tool for batch-analyzing large amounts of multi-structured data. It can be made to tap into various sources…

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                  • Bryan O'Sullivan / Facebook - Fast Code Nation: The Bright Side of High-Level Languages


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                    Presented at Reaktor Dev Day 2012 Reaktor Dev Day is a conference for developers by developers. Organized on Oct 19th in Helsinki, Finland it attracted over 300 enthusiastic developers. Topics…

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                    • CreatureCast - Central Limit Theorem


                      from Casey Dunn Liked 65K 106 3

                      Shuyi Chiou's animation explains the implications of the Central Limit Theorem. To learn more, please visit the original article where we presented this animation in the New York Times - http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/24/science/as-normal-as-rabbits-weights-and-dragons-wings.html…

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                      • [nyc-haskell] GHCi: More Awesome Than You Thought with Richard Minerich


                        from Richard Minerich Liked 1,921 7 4

                        Event: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/119371832/ Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/Rickasaurus/ghc-23201134 A powerful language demands a powerful REPL and GHCi delivers just that. What…

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