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Falko

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Joined 2 years, 9 months ago

reading mostly non-fictional books to learn new stuff. But occasionally I'm reading Sci-Fi and History.

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37% complete! Falko has read 3 of 8 books.

Matthew Skelton, Manuel Pais: Team Topologies: Organizing Business and Technology Teams for Fast Flow (2019) No rating

In order to succeed at that, organizations need stable teams and effective team patterns and interactions. They need to invest in empowered, skilled teams as the foundation for agility and adaptability. To stay alive in ever more competitive markets, organizations need teams and people who are able to sense when context changes and evolve accordingly.

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I only started reading the first page of the first chapter and find this summary of what I'm preaching since years.

Stephen Budiansky: Journey to the Edge of Reason (Paperback, 2022, W. W. Norton & Company) No rating

Nearly a hundred years after its publication, Kurt Gödel's famous proof that every mathematical system …

The laboriousness of the methodology and notation was all too evident in the (often remarked) fact that it took more than seven hundred pages to reach the conclusion, “1 + 1 = 2”, a result which Russell and Whitehead described as “occasionally useful“.

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Stephen Budiansky: Journey to the Edge of Reason (Paperback, 2022, W. W. Norton & Company) No rating

Nearly a hundred years after its publication, Kurt Gödel's famous proof that every mathematical system …

Intending to become an engineer, he had traveled to Manchester, England, in 1908, at age nineteen, to work at an aeronautical research station where he hoped to design and build his own airplane. It was there that his growing interest in mathematics led him to the discovery of Russell’s Principia Mathematica. With the passion of a convert, he set out for Cambridge, impetuously introduced himself to Russell, and announced his intention to make philosophy his life’s work—if he could.

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This quote is about Ludwig Wittgenstein

Stephen Budiansky: Journey to the Edge of Reason (Paperback, 2022, W. W. Norton & Company) No rating

Nearly a hundred years after its publication, Kurt Gödel's famous proof that every mathematical system …

Leo Szilard, who discovered the nuclear chain reaction in the 1930s, recalled the Budapest of his youth as a society where economic security was taken for granted, and the highest value placed on intellectual achievement.

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