DPL Reading List – September 6, 2019
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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article we’d didn’t include and you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Still stressed after a long break? You might not be taking the right type of rest – So you just returned from a three-day holiday weekend and you’re still not feeling rested. Here’s a look at how not all rest is equal.
Unix at 50: How the OS that powered smartphones started from failure – The OS that has impacted everything from the web to our mobile devices started as a failure. Read how Unix came to be.
First encounter: Ohio Challenger 2P (and its 4KB of RAM) – A reflection on a computer that helped this writer imagine the possibilities computing can bring to life.
How Self-Made Billionaires Prioritize for Better Focus and Productivity – Some great tips on making the most of our time and increasing our productivity.
Hello, Computer: Inside Apple’s Voice Control – With the release of iOS 13, accessibility will get a boost with Voice Control. Here’s a look at how it works and why it’s such a big deal for the disabled community.
Great Developers Never Stop Learning – There are myriad ways that developers can continue learning. Here are seven ways I.T. professionals can foster a Continuous Learning mindset.
Quantum Computing for Business – Quantum computing isn’t some far-off futuristic technology; it’s being used now. See how businesses are leveraging its power.