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Geek Reading: Google Spaces, Developer Priorities, and Singular Value Decomposition

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Geek Reading: Google Spaces, Developer Priorities, and Singular Value Decomposition

Google leads our day with their release of Spaces. Michael Bromley has an excellent post on why he hasn’t fixed your issue yet. Jeremy Kun continues with a second part in his writing on singular value decomposition.

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Many news sites are calling Google Spaces a messaging platform, but it feels more like a collaboration platform almost like a wiki. Overall, it seems like an odd thing for Google to be working on unless they are really focused on the business use cases. I would think that most developers share Michael Bromley's problem with priorities and time, even when they are talking about their full-time job. Every once in a while, Jeremy Kun provides an excellent explanation of a topic. Today we get his second post on singular value decomposition.

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