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⭐️ Weekly Report – Technology Reading Update – 18 Sep, 2020

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1. Bogleheads® investment philosophy

The Bogleheads® follow a small number of simple investment principles that have been shown over time to produce risk-adjusted returns far greater than those achieved by the average investor.

2. 15 best startup marketing practices we say “no” to (while growing our MRR by 1000% in 6 months)


Plausible Analytics is a simple, lightweight, privacy-first and open-source web analytics. We reject, exclude and say no to the majority of the best marketing practices for growing a startup. Startups can help make things better and cause a change we’d like to see in the world.

3. The Ultimate Guide To Successful Algorithmic Trading


Photo From UnSplash Pretty much everyone who has programmed a computer to do anything beyond outputting “Hello World” has dreamed of having a computer algorithm (algo) working tirelessly to extract money from the financial markets, be it in stocks, bitcoin, soybeans or anything else traded on an

4. Quantitative Trading Summary

This summary is an attempt to shed some light on modern quantitative trading since there is limited information available for people who are not already in the industry.

5. Money Machines: an Interview with an Anonymous Algorithmic Trader


In recent years, we’ve been hearing more about the role of algorithms in our lives. Algorithms are helping decide whether people get a job or a loan, what news (fake or otherwise) they consume, even the length of their prison sentence.

6. How to pick stocks


Picking the right stocks is essential to any share trader or investor’s success. We’ve put together a complete, step-by-step guide to help you choose the best stocks in your chosen market. There is no single approach to picking the best stocks to invest in.

7. All the new Apple products unveiled on September 15, 2020


Dubai: Apple did not announce the highly-anticipated iPhone 12 on Tuesday. Instead, it unveiled the new 8th-generation iPad powered by “A14 Bionic”, Apple’s fastest chipset, and also comes with keyboard/pencil support.

8. Yes, You Can Use A Job Offer As Leverage For A Raise Or Promotion


A recruiter reaches out to you, or perhaps a friend tells you her company is looking for someone with your skills. You’re not actively job searching, but you’re interested enough to accept the introduction.

9. How to Gracefully Leverage an Outside Job Offer


Minda Harts wanted to stay at her job. She was comfortable in her role as a fund-raising consultant for universities and colleges in Los Angeles and treasured the relationships she built with her co-workers and clients. She had never planned on leaving.

10. Introducing Pebble: A RocksDB Inspired Key-Value Store Written in Go


Since its inception, CockroachDB has relied on RocksDB as its key-value storage engine. The choice of RocksDB has served us well. RocksDB is battle tested, highly performant, and comes with a rich feature set.

11. The Three Year Rule: How To Stay Motivated Working On A Long-Term Project


Do you know why social media sites are so addictive? Yeah, sure, let’s cover the basics: they’re flooded with funny memes and short-form videos that play themselves when you scroll, all of your friends are on social media, and besides, where else to nag about your recent Uber experience? But the

13. Why You Should Do A Tiny Product First


Alex and I teach our students to create an educational product first. What’s an educational product, or infoproduct? Anything small that teaches (which isn’t software): an ebook, a report, a white paper, a screencast, a video series, a workshop.

15. How to successfully launch on Product Hunt


On August 27, 2020 I finally launched Story Creator. In this post I am going to talk about how I took Story Creator to the #1 product of the day so you can learn from the launch.

16. Introducing AresDB: Uber’s GPU-Powered Open Source, Real-time Analytics Engine


At Uber, real-time analytics allow us to attain business insights and operational efficiency, enabling us to make data-driven decisions to improve experiences on the Uber platform.

17. Range loops (for-each loops)

Range statements iterate over slices, arrays, strings, maps or channels. For a string, the loop iterates over Unicode code points.

18. Weekly To-do

Kubernetes Blog Post in Chinese Coding for MMSS

19. Effective Go

Go is a new language. Although it borrows ideas from existing languages, it has unusual properties that make effective Go programs different in character from programs written in its relatives.

20. TikTok reveals details of how its algorithm works


TikTok Wednesday revealed some of the elusive workings of the prized algorithm that keeps hundreds of millions of users worldwide hooked on the viral video app.

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