Today is the second birthday of Daily Productive Sharing. As in the first year, DPS keeps sharing one high-quality article each weekday, with a different theme Monday through Friday. Monday: Efficiency Improvement Tuesday: Reading Recommendations Wednesday: Writing Polishing Thursday: Career Optimization Friday: Long article recommendation At the same time, we
One helpful tip per day:) (The English version follows) #todo #time_management 如何完成一项任务？Julie Evans 总结了不少对她有用的经验： 1. Have a vision (maybe even the right one) 2. Focus (do one thing at a time, maybe two)> Learn how to break things down 3. Try to get something done every day 4.
Today's recommendation is a list of recommended reading for software engineers. Even if you have no time to read them all, look at the following titles is also very useful.
How do you define rich? How do you define poverty? In David Siver's view, the easiest way is to subtract spending from income. If your spending is low and your income exceeds your spending, you are rich; conversely, even if your income is high but your spending is higher, you are still poor.
What is the best way to learn? It is to teach others what we have learned. In this process, we not only consolidate our own knowledge, but also consider the perceptions of our audience, thus minimizing the curse of knowledge.
After that, his life was on a roll. And it was all because he happened to meet Kimo Williams, the owner of a musical instrument store, who told him that the academic system was designed to allow most people to complete their studies, not for those who work extra hard.