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Month: November 2014

The Dunning-Kruger effect

I was reading Sacha Greif excellent blog post “I know nothing” and found the diagram below absolutely awesome. I think this is especially true in the information technology field where learning is a neverending process. Technology evolving exponentially with time, the amount of tools, frameworks, languages, libraries & technologies increasing/changing…

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Scalability from the operating system & code perspective

While the overnight success happens for only 0,01% of mobile & web services, as entrepreneurs, we are all secretly expecting and preparing for it. Cloud providers know how to use these success stories to rent hardware for a premium in exchange of lightning fast scalability (read “flexibility”). Indeed, scalability is…

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