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How Steve Jobs Trained His Own Brain | Inc.com

Steve Jobs is one of the two or three greatest icons of high tech, rivaled only by Bill Gates and perhaps Mark Zuckerberg. He's mostly known for his legendary ability to create innovative, groundbreaking products.<p>What's less known, though, is that Steve Jobs was a pioneer in what was once a rather …

Meditation

These Are the Highest-Paying Programming Languages [INFOGRAPHIC]

Today, Startup Compass released the results of a global survey of engineers that provides a wealth of information about startup salaries – including …

Here's why not learning to code was the biggest mistake of this successful executive's life

Senior vice president of Salesforce Leyla Seka, is a bubbly, vibrant mother of two and is considered one of the most important people in cloud …

Apple Watch
Stack Overflow

Here are the most popular programming languages in every state

Programmers in Silicon Valley may get to work on a lot of sexy products, but most developers are working in the bowels of big businesses.<p>Here's a map …

Silicon Valley

Which programming languages should I learn: Beginners Edition

Update: You can read the 2015 version of this post here.<p>My post yesterday about programming language diversity and barriers to adoption prompted a …

iOS Programming Tutorial: An Introduction to Xcode

Have you ever had a great idea for an iOS app but didn’t know how to start? Turning that great idea into an actual app requires lots of planning and …

The Steve Jobs You Didn’t Know: Kind, Patient, And Human

The untold story of Tim Cook’s friendship with Steve Jobs—and why Jobs wouldn’t let Cook try to save his life.<p>According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, he first learned about Steve’s need for a liver transplant in January 2009. By that time Steve wasn’t coming into the office at all, and Cook would visit …

Time I

Small, Shrinking Mercury Is a Planetary Space Oddity

Mercury is more than just a dead, roasted chunk of rock. In fact, the solar system’s smallest planet is proving to be surprisingly lively. Well, not in the sense that anything actually lives there, though scientists don’t discount the possibility that some of Mercury’s nooks and crannies could help …

Cognitive Computing: From Post-9/11 To Post-Snowden

Depending upon whom you ask, the nascent field of cognitive computing is either the most important trend in technology since programmable computers, a massively intrusive spying tool that can lay bare our deepest secrets, or perhaps simply a powerful approach for processing diverse data sets to …

Cognitive Computing