Yukang Chen | 程序员的喵

unconscious bias

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/unconscious-bias/ Recently saw Hao Chen share unconscious bias on Twitter, Hao Chen on Twitter: “Unconscious Bias This is indeed a compulsory course in foreign companies, and it is a part of the training that is focused on when Microsoft is hired. A diverse and inclusive workplace requires employees to pay attention to these …

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I used to do EDA for 3 years

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/3-years-in-eda/ I got together with a few former colleagues this weekend in Shanghai, and it brought back a flood of memories for me. I am writing about EDA today, because my first job was to join a startup company in Shanghai, and what we do is an automated formal verification tool in the …

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Make small contributions to Rust

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/contribute-to-rust/ I haven’t written an article for a while, and I’ve been addicted to contributing to Rust Compiler recently. I’ll share my gains and feelings here. The opportunity was that the Rust Issue reached the milestone of 10,000 that day, so I clicked in and took a look. I remembered that I spent …

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Let Obsidian read your text aloud

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/obsidian-speech/ A simple and crude way to make writing better is to be your own reader, to constantly reread your own words, and to constantly revise them. It’s not just about making words more readable, it’s a process of talking to oneself, Paul Graham writes in Putting Ideas into Words : The real …

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Issue 21: Maintaining your own dotfiles; Could Facebook move faster; you and your research

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/weekly-21/ In the past two days, I started to practice the Shuangpin input method, and now I have found some feelings. Shuangpin only needs to press twice to input a Chinese character. I think this design is obviously more reasonable. After you are proficient, it should be faster than Quanpin, and the rhythm …

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Side Project guide; building a private search engine; Ev no longer as Medium CEO

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/weekly-20/ Recently, I realized that the weekly magazine is getting longer and longer, and I want to show that I enjoy it for the best. I take the introduced things as the entry point of writing, and use my own experience and feelings to radiate and relate other content, such as the article …

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Issue 18: Soft Skills for Programmers; Advice for Getting Involved in Open Source Projects; Three Deaths in Your Life

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/weekly-18/ The most difficult thing to write about an article is usually the title and the beginning. For the title of the weekly magazine, I now use this simple combination, and the beginning has always needed to be pondered. Are you curious how long it takes to write such a weekly? It’s probably …

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Issue 17, Telecommuting; How Programmers Stay Healthy; Naval Collection

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/weekly-17/ I haven’t updated for another week. Basically, apart from work, I’m busy raising my baby and losing weight. After the epidemic, I feel less lonely when I am with my family. Writing and sharing are inherently lonely things. Telecommuting Employee surveillance software is managerial bankruptcy Rails founder DHH has long advocated and …

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Is Follow Your Passion bad advice?

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/passion/ On this day in 2005, Jobs gave that famous speech at Stanford University, which was the most viewed speech on Youtube, with over 40 million views. The speech was certainly good, moving, and inspiring. Jobs shared three short stories, the most important of which was to encourage everyone to follow their hearts …

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Issue 16, Daily Notes; Writing an Operating System to Heal Yourself; How Software Engineers Can Get Into the Creator Economy

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/weekly-16/ Last week, I interrupted a weekly update because I was too busy at home. I didn’t expect to receive some readers’ urging to update it. , it seems that the periodic update not only forms some writing habits, but some readers also form reading habits. With the increase in family affairs, the …

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Recommend some podcasts

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/podcast/ I’ve spent the last six months listening to podcasts. The good thing about podcasts is that the sound can convey emotions very well, and some creators have very nice voices. Another advantage is that you can listen to it when you are bringing your baby, cooking, and walking, just listening to people …

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Get a set of good Java books 🙌

Original link: http://catcoding.me/p/book-on-java/ One of the original intentions of my official account was to meet more different people, and I did meet some online friends after writing for a few months. No, the editor of Turing Publishing House sent me a set of books. Because of logistics problems, they sent an extra set of books, …

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