Algorithms To Live By – Part 1, SortingGuest Post
Many self-improvement-type books are built upon a catchy, colorful metaphor. This can be a very effective and inspirational technique as the human brain is wired for the drawing of analogies. We may get quite fired up and motivated while reading about “turning the flywheel” or “leaning in.” But once we return to reality, it may be difficult to work out the practicality of these ideas and see how they might actually be implemented. And if you have spent a lot of time in large corporations, you may have developed a certain level of incredulity towards this entire literary . . .
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