Monthly Archives: April 2017

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/14/17

The Walt Mossberg Brand – Stratechery:

Changing Everything: Basic Income is Not Enough – Continutions:

Real-time Deduping At Scale – Tapjoy Engineering:

What Makes a Great Data Scientist – Kaggle:

What We’re Missing in Product Analytics – Hacker Noon:

After Years of Challenges, Foursquare Has Found It’s Purpose And Profits – Entrepreneur:

How You Battle the ‘Data Wheel of Death’ in Growth – Coelevate:

This is the Jeff Bezos playbook for preventing Amazon’s demise – ReCode:

Who’s making Trader Joe’s food? An investigation of the secretive grocery chain – SF Gate:

A Peek at Trends in Machine Learning – Medium:

Building ML Models is Hard. Deploying Them in Real Business Environments is Even Harder – Ocado Technology:

Gaming Google for Profit and Ideology – Bloomberg:

How AI Is Changing the Way Companies are Organized – Fast Company;

What Happens When You Hire a Data Scientist Without a Data Engineer – Jesse Anderson:

The Stats of the Furious – Bloomberg:

Weekly Reading Roundup – 04/07/17

These Scientists Sent a Rocket to Mars for Less Than It Cost to Make “The Martian” – The Backchannel:

Basing Life on What You Can Afford – NYTimes:

What is AI? Ingredients for Intelligence – KDNuggets:

Life Rules – Ritzholtz:

Johnson & Johnson Has a Baby Powder Problem – Bloomberg:

Two Buck Chuck How Trader Joe’s Wine Became Cheapter Than Water – Thrillst:

Living a Lie: We Decieve Ourselves to Better Decieve Others – Scientific American:

Electric Cars like the Chevy Bolt Have a Huge Infrastructure Problem – Slate:

Firing on All Cylinders: The 2017 Big Data Landscape – Matt Turck: