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Culture as a Growth Driver – Algolia Stories
I have a philosophy… if you hire the right people and empower them, then magic will happen.
culture  growth  driver  2018-05-31  magic  philosophy 
may 2018 by bekishore
Amazon EC2 Bare Metal Instances with Direct Access to Hardware | AWS News Blog
When customers come to us with new and unique requirements for AWS, we listen closely, ask lots of questions, and do our best to understand and address their needs. When we do this, we make the resulting service or feature generally available; we do not build one-offs or “snowflakes” for individual customers. That model is messy and hard to scale and is not the way we work.
snowflake  snowflakes  one-off  on-off  amazon  aws  bare  metal  philosophy  well  said 
november 2017 by bekishore
Philosophy — Josh Waitzkin
The Farther Reaches of Human Learning:
josh  waitzkin  books  book  list  2017  philosophy 
january 2017 by bekishore
Neil deGrasse Tyson's Two Main Philosophies | Big Think
“For me, I am driven by two main philosophies: know more today about the world than I knew yesterday and lessen the suffering of others. You'd be surprised how far that gets you.”
two  philosophy  philosophies  main  0 
january 2015 by bekishore
hr and human connection
Train people well enough so that they can leave, treat them well enough so that they don't ... human connection all d way!
hr  training  culture  philosophy 
may 2014 by bekishore
Why Are Hundreds of Harvard Students Studying Ancient Chinese Philosophy? - Christine Gross-Loh - The Atlantic
Students who do this “are not paying enough attention to the daily things that actually invigorate and inspire them, out of which could come a really fulfilling, exciting life,”

The smallest actions have the most profound ramifications.

That rush of good feeling that comes after a daily run, the inspiring conversation with a good friend, or the momentary flash of anger that arises when someone cuts in front of us in line—what could they have to do with big life matters? Everything, actually.

When we notice and understand what makes us tick, react, feel joyful or angry, we develop a better sense of who we are that helps us when approaching new situations.
why  chinese  ancient  philosophy  2015-04-03  course  ethical  reasoning  harvard  how  to  howto  live  good  life 
october 2013 by bekishore

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