Geek Reading for the Weekend
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I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my Google Reader feeds. These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques.
- Why You Make Less Money (job tips for geeks)
- Nate Silver Gets Real About Big Data (ReadWrite)
- Java StringBuilder myth debunked (Java Code Geeks)
- Dew Drop – March 29, 2013 (#1,517) (Alvin Ashcraft's Morning Dew)
- Generation Mooch? Why 20-somethings have a hard time paying for content (GigaOM)
- Double Shot #1096 (A Fresh Cup)
- Connecting Talking with Doing (Conversation Agent)
- Games Galore: Building Atari with CreateJS (noupe)
- Putting People in Boxes (Architects Zone – Architectural Design Patterns & Best Practices)
- Do Code Improvements Add Value? (Architects Zone – Architectural Design Patterns & Best Practices)
- Cassandra 1.1 – Reading and Writing from SSTable Perspective (Architects Zone – Architectural Design Patterns & Best Practices)
- Couchbase NoSQL at Tunewiki: A Billion Documents and Counting (Architects Zone – Architectural Design Patterns & Best Practices)
- The Daily Six Pack: March 29, 2013 (Dirk Strauss)
- Using Kanban for Scrum Backlog Grooming (Agile Zone – Software Methodologies for Development Managers)
- Humming (xkcd.com)
- Amazon Acquires Social Reading Site Goodreads, Which Gives The Company A Social Advantage Over Apple(TechCrunch)
I hope you enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on those sites.
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