I read Kahneman a couple of months ago. What disturbed me was that he hadn't developed a theory - hardly a good description - to define the types 1 and 2.
.You have to learn them by his analyses of examples
To understand them you might need cognitive psychology.
Otherwise the book is easy to read.
Arcturus Descending wrote:So, are you saying that you did not go along with him and his views?
Magnus Anderson wrote:Object-relational mapping and Hibernate.
I am cursed in that I despise reading. I will begin and then stop and then do it on my own. So I started writing my own ORM.
Which is definitively not a good idea because I'm not going to be able to learn enough for the exam. So what do I do? I stop writing my ORM and stop reading the book. I do nothing and simply wait for the last moment. So I am not doing any reading actually.
Then I do everything and, strangely, things always work out fine.
Arcturus Descending wrote:What is object-relational mapping and hibernate - of each word separately, I understand their meaning but what is it?
No patience for reading?
phoneutria wrote:Arcturus Descending wrote:What is object-relational mapping and hibernate - of each word separately, I understand their meaning but what is it?
Data persistence... making computers save things.No patience for reading?
He might be referring to technical reading specifically. It can be mind numbing.
Magnus Anderson wrote:You know what kind of technology we need? We need a tech which will allow us to pull certain parts of our brains out of our brains and plug them into a robot which will use the knowledge and skills contained in these parts.
Zoot Allures wrote:A ceiling fan assembly instruction manual. Never in my life have I ever had so much trouble hanging a ceiling fan. This thing has got me pulling my hair out, but I ain't gonna let it whoop me. I can do this..you have to be smarter than the fan, see. So I'm gonna take a deep breath and read the instructions. Then I'm gonna send an email to the manufacturer and give them a piece of my mind. You should NEVER have to read instructions for one of these things. This is a design flaw.
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