Noticeable Hacker news I read(2011/09-2011/11)

November 5, 2011 by · Comments Off on Noticeable Hacker news I read(2011/09-2011/11)
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Programming:

Signs that you’re a bad programmer

How you should go about learning NoSQL

What’s new in Cassandra 1.0: Performance | DataStax

Spark Cluster Computing Framework

Interview with Dennis Ritchie, Bjarne Stroustrup, James Gosling

Lucene Eurocon 2011: Presentation slides are now available 

What are the most learner-friendly resources for learning about algorithms? – Quora

What questions are Java Software Engineers seeing the most of on technical interviews? – Quora

Don’t Call Yourself A Programmer, And Other Career Advice | Kalzumeus Software

Building a Node.js Events App Using RabbitMQ, Websockets, and Django – James Burkhart

Scala SchoolFaceTracker

 

Productivity Tools:

Unofficial Google Advanced Search

Learn VIM Progressively

Ask HN: What programming blogs do you read daily?

9 Awesome SSH Tricks

 

Startup Lessons Learned:

Startup School notes

‘Try demo’ or ‘Buy now’: A/B testing finds which button increased clickthroughs by 47%

The Case for the Single Founder StartupIf I Launched a Startup 

5 Things a Good Product Manager Should Think About

A Few Lessons I Learned After Having Failed

What if the Secret to Success Is Failure? – NYTimes.com

10 Habits of Effective Startup Mentors « Lean Startup Machine

Notepad of Startup Ideas

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QCon Hangzhou 2011 slides in English

October 24, 2011 by · Comments Off on QCon Hangzhou 2011 slides in English
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I’ve got the English slides in QCon Hangzhou 2011 from weibo.com, and shared them; and hope it may help for some English readers around the world.

Building Innovative Data Products-JohnWang

Driving Agile transformation by encouraging right behaviors(Evelyn)

Enabling a Real Time Enterprise Through Event Driven Architecture(Richard)

Everything I ever learned about JVM performance tuning @twitter(Attila Szegedi)

Integrating The Clouds-Pattern for Success(Richard)

JVM Customization @taobao

Java EE 7 Platform:Reaching the Cloud(Tyler Jewell)

Oracle Public Cloud(Tyler Jewell)

Realtime Analysis:for Big data-Lessons Learned from Facebook(Uri)

Schooner-Scale Smart(John R. Busch)

eBay Architecture(Tony Ng)

eBay M2M Email Analysis on Hadoop(Forest Su, Daniel Zhang)

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Noticeable Hacker News I Read(2011/07)

August 1, 2011 by · Comments Off on Noticeable Hacker News I Read(2011/07)
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Post for Startup:
How to use A/B testing for better product design

Hackers to follow on Google+

Which domain registrar is best?

Why you should’nt keep your startup idea secret

How has your profession affected your non-professional thinking?

Post for Tech:

Google Running About 900,000 Servers (datacenterknowledge.com)

Stop A/B Testing and Make Out like a Bandit (untyped.com)

Why We Prefer Founding CEOs (bhorowitz.com)

Early Unix history and evolution (mit.edu)

LevelDB: A Fast Persistent Key-Value Store

Better Understanding Link-based Spam Analysis Techniques (seomoz.org)

Understanding the Git Workflow (sandofsky.com)

So you want to write a fast Python? (alexgaynor.net)

Awesome Python and django related projects (elweb.co)

Twitter Shifting More Code to JVM, Citing Performance and Encapsulation As Primary Drivers

Setting Up SSL on Tomcat in 5 minutes

Introduction to Algorithms

All About Time

JavaScript language advanced Tips & Tricks

Finagle is a library for building asynchronous RPC servers and clients in Java, Scala, or any JVM language.

Protocol buffer socket rpc in python/java

Akka and the java memory model

Things Everyone Should Do: Code Review (scientopia.org)

Why I read Hacker News even though I understand very little of it (alexrosen.com)

Realtime image processing in Python

http://prizes.org/
Why Every Maker Should Learn Chinese

Learn core python in one week (my way)

Find is a beautiful tool

 

On Education and Life: 

Harvard and Class

How to raise a global kid?

11 Unusual Methods for Being a Great Public Speaker (jamesaltucher.com)

 

 

 

 

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Facebook charged from my credit card without my awareness

July 24, 2011 by · 13 Comments
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I’m trying to install a word press plugin, and clicked this link to create a facebook app: Facebook Connect Setup.

Facebook says you must activate the application by mobile number or credit card on the setup page.

After I input my credit card number and confirmed.  I received a notification of 1.0.1 dollar transaction fee online for my credit card.

But facebook mentioned nothing about activation fee or any other charging terms on the setup page. I tried find a page to complain on facebook.com for about half an hour, but find nothing.

I’m browsing facebook by a proxy, not sure whether it is related to the proxy by not displaying any pricing terms on the setup page.

Anyway, it is really frustrating being charged without authorization.  I’m doubting is it things done by facebook as a company praised to be better than google to charge its users secretly?

Could anyone help me to contact their customer service?

 

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Noticeable Hacker news I read(2011/06)

July 1, 2011 by · Comments Off on Noticeable Hacker news I read(2011/06)
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Post for startup :

Where to find a co-founder/

Why startup needs blog/

 

Post for tech:

Ultra KSM — An improvement upon Linux’s memory merging support enabling transparent full system scan at ultra speed

Hacking the system: How to land meetings with anyone you want

understanding v8

Speed up your eclipse as a super fast IDE

write your first mapreduce program in 20 minutes/

good machine learning blogs

Reflections and advice on life as a mid-stage Ph.D. student
What are your favorite Vim tricks?

http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/people/simonpj/

http://projecteuler.net/ (Programming Challenge)

 

Post for Learning , Attitude and Lifestyle:

Things ics students should do before graduating/

A new billionaires 10 rules for success/

Harvard Classics (Bookshelf)

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