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Who could be your Jeff Dean?

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Facts! If you’re a programmer, you’ve probably relished in some of the many Jeff Dean facts. Here’s a selection for you: Jeff Dean’s PIN is the last 4 digits of pi. Jeff Dean proved that P = NP when he solved all NP problems in polynomial time on a whiteboard. Jeff Dean once shifted a bit so hard it ended up on another computer. Jeff Dean can beat you at Connect 4 in three moves. […]

Working from home: the yin and yang

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Howl It’s Sunday morning as I write this. I’ve just returned from walking the dog in a strong gale. That same wind is now squeezing itself through the rubber seals around the skylight above me. It sounds like I am on a boat. This desk that I am writing from has been in more frequent use recently. Over the last few months, there have been numerous changes at work that are making us a more […]

How to share just enough information

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There are known knowns… On February 12th 2002, U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld stood in front of journalists and the media at another U.S. Department of Defense news briefing. Facing another probing question about the lack of evidence to link the Iraqi government with the provision of weapons of mass destruction to terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda, Rumsfeld began his reply, with little idea that he was about to coin the phrase that he […]