Monthly Archives: January 2016

Good and Bad Design on the Streets of Berlin

An examination of some good and bad designs, and how we can improve the difficult ones. Continue reading

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My Mom’s Recipe is Better Than Yours: Stochastic Tinkering

How do systems create complex, fit units in a chaotic world? Continue reading

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The 10-80-10 Rule

10% of people never steal, 10% of people always steal, and 80% will sometimes steal. Continue reading

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CS Internship Guide #14: Recruiters Are People, Too

How should internship candidates interact with recruiters? Put yourself in their shoes. Continue reading

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