Five selfish reasons to work are reproducible

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So, my fellow scientists, do not ask what you can do for reproducibility - ask what reproducibility can do for you!
 
Here I will list five reasons why the possibility of data reproducibility pays off in the long run and is of personal interest to every ambitious, career-oriented scientist.
 
 
A complicated equation in the left half of the blackboard, an even more complicated equation is in the right. A short sentence connects the two equations: "Here comes a miracle." Two mathematics, in deep thought. "I think you should be more specific in the second step," says one to the other.
 
Five selfish reasons to work are reproducible
 
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What the developers listen to: from the classics to the game soundtracks

Writing code is a complex and creative task that requires a high level of concentration. And according to a number of studies , music can help to tune in to a productive day.
 
 
The only question is which musical genre to choose.
 
 
On such venues as Reddit, Hacker News and Habr, more than one thread is devoted to discussing this issue. We decided to analyze the opinions of developers and select the most interesting.
 
 
What the developers listen to: from the classics to the game soundtracks

 
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Removed, merciless you flour

Removed, merciless you flourOn Habré, and on other resources, you can find hundreds of articles praising the remote work in every way. And how can it be otherwise: life is almost without Mondays, alarm clocks and with rather far-seated chiefs. It would seem, live and be happy, sit at the PC in a stretched T-shirt, change to a home exercise bike, do not worry about whether you are good at eating pizza with colleagues, do the work in a more comfortable mode. And do not listen to office gossip and drink cool tea or coffee.
 
 
I never thought so. I loved the office and this quiet concentration of the workplace. I thought I would ...
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Alan Kay: What made Xerox PARC special and who still looks like them today

Alan Kay: What made Xerox PARC special and who still looks like them today
 
 
There is a good book (pretty much the only good book) that is worth reading about the research community of which PARC was part, the "DREAM MACHINE" by Mitchell Waldrop ( Which we also translate on Habré , ). There you will learn about the ARPA (up to "D", D-ARPA) IPTO (office for processing technical information), created in 1962 by the dreamer Joseph Karl Robnett Liklayderom (translated Times , , Two ), community of 15 or 16 "projects", mainly in universities, but also in several places like RAND ...
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Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator: Productivity

Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator: Productivity
 
 
I think I work a little more productive than the average person, and many people often ask me how to increase productivity. So I decided to collect here all the tips that I can give about this.
 
 
Usually the pace of development is discussed in the context of the economy, but this can also be applied in a career, which is very cool. A small seed of productivity, cultivated for 50 years, costs a lot! Therefore, it is necessary to find out how to optimize productivity. If you do 10% more work every day and 1% better than anyone else, the final difference will be incredible.
 
 
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About personal productivity. How to conduct activities when much depends on you

About personal productivity. How to conduct activities when much depends on you
 
Once the British from «Expert Market» decided to conduct a study on labor productivity. If we summarize its results briefly, then we can say that at the end of the day the children obtained statistics with hourly indicators in different countries (the formula does not quite reflect the real picture, but at least there is some basis: the GDP was divided by the number of production hours). It's a shame that we are not even surprised by the following conclusions, because we are accustomed to low productivity:
 
 
Russia at 32 from the 36th place (if all countries participated, then I'm ...
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The boom of mindless employment

Original of the article was published on June ? 2018 in the journal The New Yorker
 
 
With an increasing number of people, work becomes meaningless. Is there any benefit from a monotonous routine?
 
 
The boom of mindless employment  

In his new book, anthropologist David Graber looks for a diagnosis and epidemiology of what he calls "useless works that no one wants to talk about." Illustration: Martina Paukova

 
 
Delusional work like paper waste accumulates in offices with the inevitability of the February snow. Reports on the rationale What is this? No one knows. And yet they accumulate around, warmed by a copier...
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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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