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Vladimir Vivien
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Bit Hacking with Go
In the good old days of computing when memory was expensive and processing power was at premium, hacking on bits directly was the preferred (in some cases the only) way to process information. Today, direct bit manipulation is still crucial in many computin...

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Why I wrote a book on Go programming
Go has a large and active online community, several conferences around the globe yearly, countless blogs and videos on the subject. The language has one of the better-documented standard library and, as if that was not enough, there is a rowing list publish...

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Types in the Go Programming Language
Originally published on Medium - See writeup . One aspect of the Go language that may cause newcomers to scratch their heads in wonder is the type system. Go types are simple and straightforward. However, a grounded understanding of the fundametal character...

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New Post: Lean, Mean, Java Virtual Machine: Making Your Docker 7x Lighter With Alpine Linux

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Go for Type Simplicity in Go
I have been writing code in Go (golang) full time for almost two years now (wow, time flies). Before Go, I spent my career writing Java code. So needless to say, I still carry a bit of the OO baggage. My Go code (and the code of many others in the commu...

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In its scope and detail, the game No Man’s Sky is unprecedented: http://ow.ly/W55uc
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+DigitalOcean​ hit hiring practices nail on its head!
Why companies should be offering candidates a much better interview experience http://do.co/1S9vltr
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Is AOS + HPCA doable ? Any Feedback on SAaD?

After reviewing the 8 projects I will be responsible for between AOS and HPCA, I am having second thoughts.  I am thinking of switching AOS for Software Arc and Design.  But I cant access a preview vid for SAAD.  Any suggestion welcome.  

Thanks.

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Technology has always displaced jobs. While AI is making life better for billions, it also poses a growing challenge to labor. This nicely done PBS segment featuring Stanford's Jerry Kaplan shows the beginnings of many robots automating away different jobs. Many people think a robot could never do 100% of their job, and that this makes them safe; but this isn't the point. Even if a robot only does 10% of someone's job, it could create downward pressure on wages and/or put some people out of work. I think scalable forms of education such as MOOCs are our best answer to this, but we still have a long road ahead. http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/labor-saving-robots-spell-doom-american-workers/

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UPI: Human DNA features genes from plants, microorganisms. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwqYT77CA
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