Diversity is a real concern for more and more companies. I think the reason for that is the increasing awareness of human rights protection. I talked to many people in work place about diversity as well, I think different poeple have different understandings. I knew one guy he has opinion like this. We are a real diversity focused team, because we have people from Asia, we have people from America, Europe, and We have local people, we have males and females. I knew one person who cares about diversity, he/she asked like this when acquisition happened. Nearly all the board members are male, do we have a diversity in the organization, and do we really care about it? Honestly, I think gender diversity, nationality diversity should not be such a big concern. What is more important, is to respect the difference, and collaborate different people and udnerstand different people to work together towards the objectives. It does not really matter where the person is from, or whether the person is male or female. Everyone is unique, if a employee’s review… Read More »What is a real diversity in workplace
There is a weird situation for Chinese game players on Steam. There are Chinese language package packs, they do not work on Mac, but only on Windows. I found there are 7 languages supported for Civilization 5 on Windows, but only 4 supported on Mac. Civ5 is not the only game like this, there is more. Anyway, Civ 5 does not require much about English profeciency, not like EU4, I found EU4 is super hard to play in non-native languages. How to solve this? I found there are a couple of discussions and community support for the Chinese language packs. Steam Discussion Chinese for Linux/MAC Simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese patches for Linux/MAC. 简体中文和繁体中文linux/MAC补丁。 This is the place I found the language packs. The only problem here, is that Steam hide the BaiduYun URLs by default, and BaiduYun is not very friendly for anonymous/non-register users. It always asks users to install the App to scann the QR code to download the files. I used this online tool to get the downloading works. Civ 5 Chinese Language Packs 文明5中文语言包 I download… Read More »How to install the Chinese language pack for civilization 5 on Mac?
JetBrains offers great tools for developers, since I was a student I started to use the student license for about a year. I also started a personal wiki website for sharing knowledge and information. https://wiki.tim.bai.uno/
Tim’s personal knowledge wiki, simply search.
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Continue reading takes about 6 minutes 1. Jaccard index The Jaccard index, also known as Intersection over Union and the Jaccard similarity coefficient (originally coined coefficient de communauté by Paul Jaccard), is a statistic used for comparing the similarity and diversity of sample sets. 3. Linux, macOS, and Windows running simultaneously on a 1st generation Core i5 and 8GB RAM Wow. 3rd on Hacker News and 2100 views! I’m not a writer, but thanks. Hope you enjoy. This is my main computer, a Thinkpad T410 with a 1st generation Intel Core i5 and 8 GB of RAM. It runs Arch Linux with Xfce. 4. 15 Technologies I Thought My Son Would Never Use Nine years ago this week, my son was born and, to mark the occasion, I wrote an article, predicting 15 current technologies he would never use, because they would be obsolete by the time he would have a reason to interact with them. 5. Japan decides to release water from Fukushima plant into sea TOKYO (Kyodo) — The Japanese government has decided to release treated radioactive water… Read More »⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 16 Apr, 2021
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