Warren Buffett Just Wrote His Best Annual Letter Ever http://www.gatesnotes.com/About-Bill-Gates/Warren-Buffett-Just-Wrote-His-Best-Annual-Letter-Ever
I have read all 50 of Warren’s letters and feel this is the most important one he has ever written. It’s really three letters in one. First there’s his usual look back at Berkshire’s performance in 2014. Then, because this is the 50th anniversary of his buying Berkshire, there’s a separate section where he goes through the history of his leadership. Finally, his colleague Charlie Munger writes his own look at the company, which is also excellent.
Actions in first step:
1, register on github.com, and star the projects you are interested in.
2, register on codeproject.com, and download the demo code to study.
3, register on inoreader.com or other RSS online website, and subscribe the blogs you like, especially English blogs.
4, register on getpocket.com, and save the articles you are interested in.
For your reference.
然后装个nginx加php，https://www.howtoforge.com/installing-nginx-with-php5-and-php-fpm-and-mysql-support-lemp-on-ubuntu-12.04-lts 唯一花了点时间的就是php-fpm用的是unix socket，在/etc/nginx下面的配置和文章中提到的不一样。查了SO，这里有提到 http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10003978/php-fpm-and-nginx-502-bad-gateway
http://www.infoq.com/cn/presentations/next-generation-financial-investment-platform-research A speech from Sean O’Connor of Morningstar, talking about their production from Desktop to Web/Mobile solution, strongly recommend.
Scrum & Agile
https://ribbit.fmr.com/docs/DOC-229559 HBR archive, 1986-Jan, “The New New Product Development Game”.
http://v2ex.com/rework “Rework” translation, recommend the book.
http://www.thoughtworks.com/talks/the-death-of-agile from Dave Thomas, you could refer to his blog http://pragdave.me/blog/2014/03/04/time-to-kill-agile/
http://blogs.versionone.com/agile_management/2014/12/22/sutherland-answers-top-questions-from-agilelive-power-of-scrum-webinar/ From Jeff Sutherland, video is https://vimeo.com/113598700
http://spin.atomicobject.com/2014/12/16/zooming/ Zooming out. Zooming out means opening your mind to a broader context surrounding the details of your current focus in order to consider alternate solutions to a problem.
I categorize the responses three ways: 50 percent of the people vanish, 25 percent of the people do the assignment, 25 percent of the people make shit happen well beyond what the assignment was. The folks who capture my attention and energy going forward are the ones in category three: The leaders.