Some notes from MIT’s ./missing-semester course: Lecture 1

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As software developers/engineers we mostly attempt to automate some other people’s jobs and try to increase their productivity levels but when it comes to our job, I think, we are not that great. This course’s topics caught my attention immediately because indeed the stuff that is taught in the class, usually overlooked, needed in real life and IMHO quite necessary for us as software…

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Oğuz Dumanoğlu

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software engineer, motivated by connecting dots, truly believes in peace and loves spreading love. Also telling stories from time to time.

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