@lifebalance's Link Blog Nov - 13 9 th Finding awesome developers in programming interviews “I know several people who wrote some non-trivial programs in their teens or earlier.” http://t.co/e2WkOKaTwF #4thR 7 th Hermann Rorschach's 129th Birthday I see... #RorschachDoodle http://t.co/bPpbiDjceo 1 st Language Gardening - Using Grammatical Mind Maps in Language Learning “I once made up a joke: I’ve read two life changing books. So now I’m back where I started.” http://t.co/pGkB1OUrF8 Wrestling with the rural economy - The Hindu “You’d think it was the turnout for Sachin Tendulkar’s final test.” http://t.co/KZsuCCycDn #kushti Oct - 13 31 st Baxter Collaborative Robots for Industrial Automation | Rethink Robotics Baxter | Redefining Robotics and Manufacturing | Rethink Robotics http://t.co/VmmaVJTWvP 30 th daveagp comments on Java visualizer (based on Online Python Tutor) "Stepping in reverse is the main thing that is not available in a traditional debugger. " http://t.co/YecG8Qc40D #4thR 28 th The Printer That Can Print A 2,500 Square Foot House In 20 Hours. - Industry Tap The Printer That Can Print A 2,500 Square Foot House In 20 Hours. | Industry Tap http://t.co/vQ4ZiMZqpz #4thR #mindBoggling Million Lines of Code — Information is Beautiful Window 3.1 OS has 6 times more code than the space shuttle (~400K), and 3 times more than the hubble space telescope. http://t.co/uaPwcBTyos Quarkism comments on Million lines of code, an infographic “Programming is an art where less is more. ” http://t.co/ztDNEdNniT #4thR 27 th PCMag - Technology Product Reviews, News, Prices & Downloads | PC MagazinePCMagLogo.2016Arrow_Path “BLE is always connected; NFC requires a shake or a bump to activate.” http://t.co/mfvE9XDrUW Daily Routines “Michael Lewis: Left to my own devices, with no family, I'd start writing at seven p.m. and stop at four a.m.” http://t.co/o4y8FnFbpz Urban Outfitters' Co-Founder Is Building A College Campus Without Classes, Tests, Or Homework | Business Insider India “‘You are the master of your own fate you make the rules.’” http://t.co/F4pgis74D5 Happy Birthday, Brain Pickings: 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living – Brain Pickings “Then, just for good measure, here are seven of my favorite pieces from the past seven years.” http://t.co/Ov6rz4lMTm Happy Birthday, Brain Pickings: 7 Things I Learned in 7 Years of Reading, Writing, and Living – Brain Pickings “But that’s where all the real magic unfolds in the making of one’s character and destiny.” http://t.co/Ov6rz4lMTm 23 rd ThoughtWorks is not proud to be the toughest company to interview | Bdaily “In that respect, we are proud because we’re really thoughtful about our hiring.” https://t.co/9EhzvVKyBh 22 nd Best business destinations in India: Bangalore tops list - Indian Express “Ahmedabad is ranked 8th behind Indore (5th), Bhubaneshwar (6th) and Coimbatore (7th).” http://t.co/HFKbSIJPhT 20 th 20/20 Hack October on Hacker Rank I have unlocked Angry Children 2 and HackerX on hackerrank https://t.co/CWVA4rYNpu #CodeIsTheNewEnglish #4thR 17 th See Your Folks Find out how many times you’ll see your parents before they are expected to die http://t.co/wsDaOnGceD Malcolm Gladwell's real problem: Column “Contrary to contrarians such as Gladwell, the most obvious explanation in life is often the correct one.” http://t.co/j7TVeoDxOk 12 th $200K for a computer science degree? Or these free online classes? | JavaWorld “Assuming adequate communication skills and such, I'd of course hire you upon successful completion.” http://t.co/X0seH5fDV7 #4thR « First ‹ Prev … 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs ProvinesCira pixza_Yaoita TheAPPSolutions rahulraii quickbookshelp6 bil_sabab timbdesignmpls LawnMowerExpers ZuteSIPDialer Nerajkymar Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!