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AI, ML & Data Engineering Follow 954 Followers The Joy of Stochastic Gradient Descent by Carin Meier Follow 1 Followers Posted on Dec 01, 2017 Carin Meier takes a look at the joys of Deep Learning, discussing how Deep Learning is changing how people approach programming, communicate with each other, and even what it means to be human.

Culture & Methods Follow 758 Followers How to Hire and Work with People Who Aren’t Like You by Koshin Mariano Follow 0 Followers Posted on Nov 24, 2017 Koshin Mariano discusses Diversity and Inclusion, why initiatives in this area have cost many technology companies hundreds of millions but there has been little change in who works in tech.

Development Follow 653 Followers Mob Programming by Llewellyn Falco Follow 0 Followers Posted on Nov 19, 2017 Llewellyn Falco discusses Mob Programming, a way of working, what it looks like, and why it can work, including a short session of actual mobbing. 3

Development Follow 653 Followers Joy of Coding 2017–Lightning Talks by Herman Peeren Follow 0 Followers , Adrian Cole Follow 2 Followers , Roy van Rijn Follow 0 Followers , Shiva Schroders Follow 0 Followers , Israh Emara Follow 0 Followers , Alex Nederlof Follow 0 Followers , Jochem Baas Follow 0 Followers , Daan van Berkel Follow 0 Followers Posted on Nov 06, 2017 Seven five-minutes talks: Can everyone be a programmer? Everyone has something of value. Event Sourcing from 1918 and before. What comes after Rock, Paper, Scissors, (Lizard, Spock). The joy of a microservices monorepo. The cool things we learn in our Coderclass. The Joy of Joggling.

Development Follow 653 Followers Living the Good Life by Ted Neward Follow 3 Followers Posted on Oct 25, 2017 Ted Neward discusses what some consider to be a good life and where it can be found.

Development Follow 653 Followers Shaving the Golden Yak by Jessica Kerr Follow 2 Followers Posted on Oct 20, 2017 Jessica Kerr provides reasons to spend some time smoothing the development experience, and clues for where to spend that time in ways that help the entire team. 1

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