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Writing Clean Code

I recently started a new job. With every new job comes a new codebase. This is probably my twentieth job. So I've seen a lot of …

Get started with machine learning using Python

Have you wondered what it takes to get started with machine learning? In this article, I will walk through steps for getting started with machine …

These San Francisco restaurants are so 'Only in SF'

Last year we attempted to categorize what restaurants best embody San Francisco. And this might be our favorite batch.<p>Above is a slideshow of what we consider the most "Only in SF" restaurants you can find in our city.<p>This project started with a simple request of a visiting friend, who requested to …

3 Scientifically Backed Tips to Help You Increase Strength

Building strength goes way beyond lifting heavy weights from point A to B.<p>While that can certainly help improve strength, it’s certainly not going to …

Serverless: How We Bootstrapped Our Startup by Skipping Half the Work

There are advantages to to running your server code "in the cloud."<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>When I started my task management app Moo.do with my co-founder, Grant Watters, our goals seemed too ambitious for the two of us alone. In order to make everything work, …

Corkscrew thinking won the war. Here's how to use it in business

To mark Winston Churchill Day on 9 April, we celebrate the thinking that helped allied forces win the second world war<p>During the second world war Winston Churchill declared a need for corkscrew thinkers – people with the ability to break away from the traditional linear way of thinking.<p>Without …

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25 Things About Life I Wish I Had Known 10 Years Ago

This curated column is authored by Darius Foroux, Founder ofThe post 25 Things About Life I Wish I Had Known 10 Years Ago appeared first on iamwire.

A man who flew around the world for 3 months on less than $1,000 shares his best advice to save a fortune on airfare

After retiring at age 34, Brandon travelled around the world for three months, visiting 14 countries on four different continents — and he paid only …

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Bill Gates's and Warren Buffett's Top Advice for College Students

In a candid conversation, the Oracle of Omaha along with Bill Gates shared top advice for young people.<p>It's not every day you get treated to a master class in life and business from Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.<p>Excited chatter filled the halls of Columbia University's Lerner Auditorium this past …

These are the 20 best-selling books of the year

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Amazon released its list of the 20 best-selling books of 2016 this week.<p>"This year's best-selling list showcases the variety of Amazon …

3 Daily Habits of Insanely Successful People

These three life-changing habits are small enough to incorporate into each day, yet big enough to create a lasting impact on the way you lead your life.<p><i>If a happy and successful life is all about developing three good daily habits, what would those three habits be? originally appeared on Quora -</i> …

Tip: Sign up for Global Entry Free of Charge With Select Credit Cards

Ever since Global Entry and TSA PreCheck became an option, they’ve saved travelers valuable time at the airport. While you’ll use Global Entry to …

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India to Silicon Valley: Embed our tracking in your tech or risk losing the next billion device users

Silicon Valley has found yet another reason to lock heads with Narendra Modi’s increasingly-digital India: <i>Aadhar.</i><p>Development tools like public pensions, welfare payments, universal education, and basic healthcare will be most successful if the government implementing them knows who the programs are …

The Kind Of Books You Read Have A Much Larger Impact On You Than You Think

When was the last time you fell asleep reading a book? Or which was the last book you finished without being distracted by Facebook or Instagram? …

Frameworks for Web Development Technology With AngularJS

<i>Estimated Read Time: 03 minutes 30 Seconds</i><p><b>AngularJS</b> offering cutting edge technology solutions is allowing the open source project holder in the most …

Tuesday's Amazon Deals You Have to See

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, July 19.<p><i>Mental</i> …

India's Flipkart Has an Amazon Problem

India isn’t an easy place to build an e-commerce company. The vast, multilingual nation suffers from creaky infrastructure, a sometimes myopic …

How to Hack Your Hormones So You Can Sleep Better, Gain Muscle, and Have More Sex

Science says you can control your chemistry. Here’s how<p>Think of your body as a Fortune 500 company. There are layers of management, countless systems that must work together seamlessly, and tons of goals that occasionally conflict.<p>In other words, it’s complicated. Thankfully, you don’t have to …

The Basics of REST and RESTful API Development

Web developers are frequently talking about <b>REST principles and RESTful data architecture</b>, as it’s a crucial aspect of modern development, but …

10 Must-Read Books For All Programmers

The road from newbie to professional developer can be long and bumpy. Here are 10 books (plus a few more) that can help guide you on the journey to …

What I learned by waking up at 4:30 a.m. for 21 days

The challenge was simple: waking up 21 consecutive workdays at 4:30 a.m., a challenge I gave the name of #21earlydays. I was already used to waking up early (6 a.m. almost every day), but this time I wanted to go further. I wanted to test myself and be more aware of my own limits. And at the same …

What My Three Years At Netflix Taught Me About Scaling A Startup

Ariel Tseitlin began working on Netflix’s cloud platform in 2011. Here’s what it taught him about culture and high-speed innovation.<p>I joined Netflix at the beginning of 2011, just as the company was making the transition from operating in the data center to the public cloud. My job was to help …

25 changes to make in your 20s to set yourself up for lifelong success

In fact, one psychologist calls this time period the "defining decade," since it sets the stage for the rest of your life.<p>We understand that might sound intimidating. To reduce some of the pressure, we put together a road map of sorts based on several Quora threads on how to make the most of your …

Top V.C. on “Mostly Crap” Start-Ups, Mark Zuckerberg, and Early Facebook’s Grim Lunches

Former Facebook employee Chamath Palihapitiya dishes the dirt—and more—on Silicon Valley’s biggest companies.<p>Even in Silicon Valley, the home of the ever-present origin story, <b>Chamath Palihapitiya</b> has a pretty incredible narrative. The Sri Lankan immigrant escaped a civil war in his homeland before …

The career advice no one tells you

Most people have “okay” jobs. We go to work, do what we have to do from 9 to 5, come back home, maybe hang out with friends, and do it all over again the next day. There’s nothing wrong with this.<p>But some people perform at a totally different level. They’re the people who land executive level …

How To Use A Book Club To Turn Your Startup Into A Learning Machine

For me and my co-founders, building our first tech company from the ground up has been both an exhilarating and humbling process. Coming from a corporate background, we had limited experience in scaling a business — and there was a lot of learning to do.<p>As the team grew, the challenges multiplied; …

How Millionaires Protect Their Wealth (And What You Can Learn from Them)

You've probably heard this expression before: <b>"Don't put all of your eggs in one basket."</b><p>When most people use the phrase, they're talking about relying too heavily on one person, plan or system.<p>Say there's only one person in your family who knows how to deactivate your home's alarm system. That's …

10 years ago, I made a simple change that improved my life dramatically

But 10 years ago today, I changed something. And that change turned out to be one of the best things I've ever done.<p>I started exercising regularly.<p>At the time, I didn't think of myself as particularly lazy or out of shape. I was never a jock, but I was a competitive swimmer until my junior year of …

The 13 Most Underrated Movies of 2015

Many of the best films of 2015 struggled to find audiences on the big screen. It’s not that Americans have stopped splurging at the movies: ticket …