Paul Graham: my idols are

Paul Graham: my idols areI have in stock several topics about which you can write and write. One of them is "idols".
 
 
Of course, this is not the list of the most respectable people in the world. I think that such a list is unlikely to be able to make, even with a great desire.
 
 
For example, Einstein, he is not on my list, but certainly he deserves a place among the most respected people. Once I asked my friend, who is studying physics, whether Einstein was really such a genius, and she answered in the affirmative. So why is not he on the list then? All because there are those people who influenced me, and not those ...
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7 tools that help us defeat the procrastination of

When else to talk about the productivity and the correct organization of work processes, if not on Friday? Once we already raised this topic and listed seven useful techniques , which help to stay toned and systematically deal with cases. And everything would be fine, but only to properly introduce them into your life, again you must first overcome laziness - buy diaries and calendars, something to calculate, something to track.
 
 
7 tools that help us defeat the procrastination of
 
 
Fortunately, in the courtyard of the twenty-first century and for any case ...
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We use the screen space optimally with WPF Data Triggers and Stack

We use the screen space optimally with WPF Data Triggers and StackThis article discusses how to use WPF Data Triggers in the Stack monitor partitioning scheme to fully automatically give the application all of the desktop space when other applications are not running. Stack is a Windows window manager that uses WPF XAML as the markup language.
 
 
A splitting screen for large monitors (see below the cat) from the box breaks the desktop into two main zones - the central one (I usually use it for browsers and IDE) and side (RSS Reader, messengers and terminal windows). This scheme is fixed. Those. If you only have a browser open, Stack will leave an empty space ...
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How did I pump out the personal effectiveness skills

How did I pump out the personal effectiveness skills  
 

Work 24 on 7


 
"Hello everyone, my name is Anton, and I'm a workaholic. I often work 12 hours a day. My family is very afflicted by this. I really want to start living like all normal people, but every time I break up and sit up late at night "I probably would have started my speech if I had been in the club of anonymous workaholics.
 
 
Yes, I really really love my job and spend almost all of my time on it. I work as a technical director in an IT company, I really like the process itself, and even more when I get some visible results.
 
 
I was lucky with my second half, my wife supports me and ...[/h]
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Listen! 50 best podcasts for

Listen! 50 best podcasts fordevelopers.Develop, learn about technologies and stay abreast of the latest approaches - IT is especially important. Reading a book is not always convenient, watching video reviews do not like everything and takes a lot of time.  Keep 50 IT podcasts about technological innovations in the field of information security, cloud technology, IoT, testing and project management. All podcasts in English, for listening you need to know it at the level of the upper intermediate and higher.     Data Breach-Today  @DataBreachToday   The team Data Breach Today - part of the Information Security in Media Group, Corp...
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How to finally release your first game

How to finally release your first game

 
There is such a possibility that this year you finally decided to make your own game. Great goal! And it's definitely worth it!
 
 
You've probably heard the same advice from hundreds of other people many times: make the game simple. In his remarkable article Edmund Macmillen wrote "If you are a beginner, then start small, and then make the game even less." In an equally good post Tommy Rephènez echoed : "Just do your game as you can, start small, and think about the rest ...
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