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1. Submittable Jobs Resume Manager  |  ( hackernews )
As a product used globally, we're very motivated to hire team members who are representative of different and diverse backgrounds.
2. How to be a rocket ship – Edouard Harris – Medium  |  ( hackernews )
[2] When you’re in flow, you’re supposed to be able to focus for a long time and screen out distractions.
3. Cognitive and attentional mechanisms in delay of gratification annotated/explained version.  |  ( hackernews )
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4. Why Don’t the 20 Cities on Amazon’s HQ2 Shortlist Collectively Bargain Instead of Collectively Beg?  |  ( hackernews )
Only instead of a “Bachelor”-esque rose ceremony, Amazon in mid-January released a shortlist of 20 cities and regions among which it will now pick one to establish HQ2.
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6. Bolt  |  ( hackernews )
Bolt started approving significantly more orders and generating new revenue for Huami.
7. Firefox — Notes (58.0) — Mozilla  |  ( hackernews )
We also made functional and privacy improvements to Firefox Screenshots.
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9. The Challenges Of Being In The New Contract Workforce  |  ( hackernews )
Matt Nelson is one of millions of contract workers and has learned to love his freelance Web developer life.
10. Opening Remarks at the Securities Regulation Institute  |  ( hackernews )
Our securities laws – and 80 plus years of practice – assume that securities lawyers, accountants, underwriters, and dealers will act responsibly.
11. Welcome to the neighbourhood. Have you read the terms of service?  |  ( hackernews )
The Canadian government is soliciting pitches for more smart cities across the country, and has promised up to $80 million to communities competing in its Smart Cities Challenge prize.
12. Amazon Go and the Future – Stratechery by Ben Thompson  |  ( hackernews )
To that end, I suspect that in five to ten years the countries Amazon serves will be blanketed with Amazon Go stores, selling mostly Amazon products, augmented by Amazon fulfillment centers.
13. Release v3.0.0 / v3.0.1 · styled-components/styled-components · GitHub  |  ( hackernews )
Improved React Native ImportingFrom time to time, it’s easy to forget to import styled-components/native instead on React Native.
14. Privacy, simplified.  |  ( hackernews )
Decode a Website’s Privacy PolicyMost privacy policies are difficult to understand, and aren’t reviewed closely enough.
16. OpenWrt in a WiFi card reader  |  ( hackernews )
It turns out the card reader uses u-boot, q3kQ3k OpenWrt port, based on the 15.05 “Chaos Calmer” release:https://code.hackerspace.pl/emeryth/openwrt_zsun/Compiled images and image builder:https://owncloud.hackerspace.pl/index.php/s/7s5c5RDS7Njgwpv was able to create his own openwrt binary image for the 16MB flash and load it on the reader.Q3k OpenWrt port, based on the 15.05 “Chaos Calmer” release:Compiled images and image builder:The Zsun Wifi card reader is cheap tiny USB to MicroSD card reader with an integrated wifi chip running Linux, In a nutshell, it is a WiFi access point with more flash (16MB) and RAM (64 MB) than most OpenWrt supported routers.
17. Truly thrifty cloud hosting  |  ( hackernews )
And it enables rapid startup and boot times for you, the customer.
18. Tsunami warning ends for B.C. after large earthquake strikes off Alaska  |  ( hackernews )
The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre issued a tsunami watch for the state of Hawaii that was soon cancelled.
19. GitLab 10.4 released with Dynamic Application Security Testing and Web IDE (beta)  |  ( hackernews )
GitLab CE is designed for small teams, and as a result did not previously include this optimization.
20. Resources for Learning about .NET Internals · Performance is a Feature!  |  ( hackernews )
Resources for Learning about .NET InternalsIt all started with a tweet, which seemed to resonate with people:If you like reading my posts on .NET internals, you'll like all these other blogs.
21. Weekly changes in and around Perl 6  |  ( hackernews )
Rakudo Perl 6 in productionFollowing the Open Letter blog post, the question “Is Rakudo Perl 6 used in production?” was asked again.
22. Paper Programs  |  ( hackernews )
If you’re interested in contributing to Paper Programs, feel free to submit PRs, bugs, and suggestions at the Github repo.
23. Facebook open sources Detectron – Facebook Research  |  ( hackernews )
Today, Facebook AI Research (FAIR) open sourced Detectron — our state-of-the-art platform for object detection research.
24. Montana becomes first state to implement net neutrality after FCC repeal  |  ( hackernews )
“When the FCC repealed its net neutrality rules, it said consumers should choose,” Bullock said in his statement.
25. Watching a Ridge Slide in Slow Motion, a Town Braces for Disaster  |  ( hackernews )
Irrigation canal operators stand ready to open dams and take water from the river if it is blocked by a rock slide.
26. Dark Algorithms & UX in Health Insurance  |  ( hackernews )
Dark patterns, dark algorithms, dark user experiences, what is that?
27. The world's most powerful acoustic tractor beam could pave the way for levitating humans  |  ( hackernews )
Working principle of virtual vortices: intertwined short vortices of opposite directions are emitted to trap and stabilize the particle.
28. Worked for 52 Years, Still Running: 1912 C-T 4WD Electric Truck  |  ( hackernews )
This 1912 C-T electric truck is a heavy-duty four-wheel drive Model A 10 that was produced by the Commercial Truck Company of Philadelphia.
29. The bloody clash that changed Britain  |  ( hackernews )
The Manchester meeting was going to be the biggest of the summer so far, and the authorities were jittery.
30. Europe's central banks are starting to replace US dollar reserves with the Chinese yuan — Quartz  |  ( hackernews )
In June, the European Central Bank announced that it had exchanged €500 million ($611 million) worth of US dollar reserves into yuan securities.