Daily Productive Sharing 019

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今天推荐的是Good students find questions, not answers,作者 Daniel Lemire 是一位计算机学科的教授,他对好问题的定义是:

  1. A question should be at the frontier of the domain of knowledge as you understand it. To really master the material, you have to go beyond the surface and understand its limits.
  2. It should trigger interest from the part of the recipient. Your question should be interesting, not just to you, but to the person receiving the question.

当然他关心的是学术界的前沿问题,也许我们可以把这一方法延伸到其他领域,比如 Ali Abdaal 所提倡的 Evidence-based study 也是从提问出发的。

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Today’s recommendation is Good students find questions, not answers by Daniel Lemire, who is a professor of computer science. His definition of a good problem is:

  1. A question should be at the frontier of the domain of knowledge as you understand it. To really master the material, you have to go beyond the surface and understand its limits.
  2. It should trigger interest from the part of the recipient. Your question should be interesting, not just to you, but to the person receiving the question.

He focuses on issues at the forefront of academia, and perhaps we can extend this approach to other areas, such as the Evidence-based study advocated by Ali Abdaal .


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