Most people can’t see a connection between computer science and woodworking. Why would they? Woodworking is perceived as being old fashioned, messy, low paying, and woodshop classes are for those high school students who just aren’t ...
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Any philosophy begins with axioms, ideas that are simple enough that you can build upon them without wasting time and starting over. Figuring out your axioms is easy, and only requires thinking through those ideas you are least likely to change y...