Weekend Whispers: Quick Insights for Your Saturday (January 6)
Here is a quick run down of some stories that I found interesting during the week. What do you think is a bigger market, AI or Quantum computing?
Bulletproof strategy to win at Product Hunt I am an average guy in a 3rd world country who couldn't even code 10 months ago, but then somehow built a product from scratch, found investors and became #1 on PH. So if I did it, you can do too.
Software Technical Writing: A Guidebook Software Technical Writing: A Guidebook starts with an introduction to the role of a technical writer. The book then discusses guidance for writing, covering topics from clarity to style to code snippets. Finally, the book discusses how technical writing fits in with the rest of an organization.
Falcon Lander - SpaceX edition (Game) It is super hard to land a rocket on a platform in the middle of an ocean. Elon Musk has had to learn that the hard way, and now, you too can experience the crushing disappointment of trying to land the SpaceX Falcon 9 lander, thanks to this game (completely unaffiliated with SpaceX).
5 Ways to Make Studying Fun (Without Sacrificing Effectiveness) But just because learning demands our focus doesn’t mean it can’t be enjoyable. Many activities put strenuous demands on our attention but we enjoy doing them anyway: video games, sports, puzzles and more.
U of T-supported startup Xanadu aims to lead quantum computing sector Quantum computing is one of the fastest-growing tech sectors in the world – and Toronto startup Xanadu Quantum Technologies is among the companies leading the way.