October 2017

  • Dyslexia may lie in the eyes.
    “In people with the condition, the cells were arranged in matching patterns in both eyes, which may be to blame for confusing the brain by producing ‘mirror’ images. […] In non-dyslexic people, the cells are arranged asymmetrically, allowing signals from the one eye to be overridden by the other to create a single image in the brain.”
  • Code reviews are not (primarily) for finding bugs.

  • Ask HN: What do you care about the most in a tech job post? Interesting points mentioned: salary, obviously. Being able to see a picture of the working environment or “your future desk”. How many meetings there typically are. What would the split between architecture and coding be. How long the working week is. Some suggested to make the application process as little effort as possible. But this is problematic from the hiring side, as a considerate commenter pointed out.
  • The unwritten ablaut reduplication rule. Oh, and there’s five more reduplications in English. No bish-bosh in that!

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