2015年科技阅读列表[600篇]

2015年科技阅读列表[600篇]

最新 2016年科技阅读列表 - 董老师在硅谷 - 知乎专栏

回顾去年的一些科技媒体和博客,笔者希望做一些纪录和共享。下面就是从Firstround review,medium, waitbutwhy,growthhacker,quora,wired,recode,techcrunch,hackernews,fortune等精选了大概600篇文章,开源了自己英文阅读列表。涉及创业心得,企业文化,科技人物访谈,前沿技术,硅谷往事,程序员修养。如果大家感兴趣也可以留言翻译,校对后在知乎专栏和一些媒体平台(36氪,百度百家,创业邦,雷锋网等)中给大家推荐。翻译范例:为什么最近有很多名人,比如比尔盖茨,马斯克、霍金等,让人们警惕人工智能Elon Musk:比宙斯还忙的人,之前翻译文章归档到从Firstround Review开始 我把内容放在github上,也有不少已经有翻译了,这些就直接让大家学习。

  1. Stop Dancing Around Criticism and Put It to Use with These Tips from Airbnb's Head of Experience Design
  2. One Rubric Changed Box's Engineering Performance
  3. What I Learned Scaling Engineering Teams Through Euphoria and Horror
  4. This Is What Impactful Engineering Leadership Looks LikeDropbox 管理學:好的公司應該告訴員工「不當主管」也沒關係
  5. How Medium Is Building a New Kind of Company with No Managers
  6. An Inside Look at Facebook's Method for Hiring Designers创业公司如何才能招聘到优秀的产品设计师?看看Facebook是怎么做的
  7. This is Why People Leave Your Company
  8. The One Thing Every Leader Needs to Learn: How to Scale Change
  9. From 0 to $1B - Slack's Founder Shares Their Epic Launch Strategy从0到10亿美元
  10. Drew Houston’s Morph from Hacker to Hyper-Growth CEODropbox 创始人谈:如何从黑客成长为CEO?
  11. Employee Onboarding at Startups Is Broken
  12. Fixing Engineering's Loyalty and Longevity Problem
  13. Why Yammer Believes the Traditional Engineering Organizational Structure is Dead
  14. The Do’s and Don’ts of Rapid Scaling for Startups
  15. Simple Design is What You Need, Not What You Want
  16. Evernote’s CTO on Your Biggest Security Worries From 3 to 300 Employees
  17. How to Make Engineering Interns Effective for Your Startup
  18. Looking for Love in All The Wrong Places
  19. How Fast-Growing Startups Can Fix Internal Communication Before It Breaks
  20. Hyper-Growth Done Right企业超速发展中的时势与英雄:曾领导Facebook 和Dropbox 工程师团队扩张的Aditya分享经验教训
  21. How to Make OKRs Actually Work at Your Startup
  22. The Best Hires Are Right Under Your Nose
  23. What You Want in a VP Eng from the Recruiters Behind Twitter and Zappos
  24. Zach Sims of Codecademy on Lessons in Raising $12.5 Million for the First Time
  25. Head Designer of Mint on Why Great Design Isn’t About Making Things Pretty
  26. Asana’s Head of Talent on the Secrets to Finding a Great Startup Recruiter
  27. Here’s Why You’re Not Hiring the Best and the Brightest
  28. Facebook VP of Engineering on Solving Hard Things EarlyFacebook工程部副总裁Cory Ondrejka谈企业在早期所遇到的管理瓶颈
  29. Lessons from Pixar: Why Software Developers Should Be Storytellers
  30. Rap Genius Explains Why Worse is Better
  31. Software is Eating Hardware
  32. Mechanize Your Hiring Process to Make Better Decisions
  33. How to Engage Your Users to Build the Product They Actually Want
  34. How to Start a Growth Team, 怎样从无到有地打造一支增长团队?
  35. The Woman Behind the Netflix Culture Doc她缔造了 Netflix 的公司文化,最终却又被其所伤
  36. The Management Framework that Propelled LinkedIn to a $20 Billion Company
  37. How Modern Marketplaces Like Uber and Airbnb Build Trust to Achieve Liquidity解析Uber与Airbnb等新型Marketplace是如何建立信任、提高Liquidity
  38. What Founders Need to Know About Building Management Teams Before It’s Too Late
  39. 23 Tools to Make Your Feedback Meaningful
  40. The Trick Max Levchin Used to Hire the Best Engineers at PayPal
  41. How to Scale 10x as a CEO Built a Billion Dollar Business
  42. My Management Lessons from Three Failed Startups, Google, Apple, Dropbox, Twitter and Square从Google、Apple、Dropbox、Twitter和Square学到的管理哲学
  43. Head of Amazon Web Services on Finding the Next Great Opportunity
  44. The Five Mistakes Startups Make When Building for Mobile
  45. The Brain Hacks Top Founders Use to Get the Job Done
  46. Shooting for an IPO? Take These Steps Now Before It's Too Late
  47. How Dropbox Sources, Scales and Ships Its Best Product Ideas
  48. This 90-Day Plan Turns Engineers into Remarkable Managers九十天:工程师到管理者养成计划
  49. Can you buy a Silicon Valley Maybe
  50. Let the other 95 of great programmers in
  51. Frighteningly Ambitious Startup Ideas
  52. Sam on Startups Venture Capital and the Y Combinator
  53. How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake You Can Make as a New Software Engineer
  54. How a Scientifically Proven Technique Can Improve How Well You Learn and Remember
  55. The Deal With Solar太阳能-能源市场的搅局者
  56. The Deal With the Hyperloop[伊隆·马斯克公司系列]Hyperloop伟大设想
  57. How (and Why) SpaceX Will Colonize Mars移民火星 — SpaceX公司的方法和理由
  58. The Cook and the Chef: Musk's Secret Sauce 翻译15%
  59. unlimited-vacation-policy-really-means
  60. Survive and Thrive
  61. Lessons Learned After Shutting My Startup, Following A Six-Year StruggleGeatwear之死:一个牛仔裤定制网站的自述
  62. First Round State of Startups
  63. Project Mezzanine: The Great Migration at Uber[硅谷热门公司技术巡礼2]:UBER数据大迁徙
  64. Deep Lessons from Google and eBay on Building Ecosystems of Microservices
  65. Working for yourself: The day I did something
  66. Hadoop creator Doug Cutting on evolving and succeeding in open source
  67. Getting Real: Be Yourself (by 37signals)
  68. Inside the clone factory: The Samwer brothers' story http://36kr.com/p/5040142.html
  69. Playboy Interview: Google Guys
  70. Somewhere that's right for you: choosing your first startup
  71. five keys to a successful google team,Google人力副总裁:Google的成功团队具有五个关键要素
  72. How to Design a Better Pitch Deck · The Macro
  73. 4 Lessons For SaaS Startups From Optimizely's Early Days
  74. Coding is boring, unless…稀土掘金:编程很没劲,除非你……
  75. The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss
  76. On building product at Medium
  77. high-output-management
  78. What Technology Will Look Like In Five Years
  79. Full stack startups
  80. search-architecture in instagram
  81. Venture Capital in Transition
  82. What I learned from passing on investing in Twitter & Zynga
  83. “Meaningful” startups
  84. Stack Overflow and the Zeitgeist of Computer Programming
  85. Do Fewer Things, Better
  86. Developer Turned Manager
  87. What I Learned from Blowing An Interview
  88. Pondering Homejoy’s Failure
  89. You Don't Need To Understand Programming to Appreciate This Awesome Rant
  90. Why biomedical superstars are signing on with Google : Nature News & Comment
  91. Fail at Scale
  92. The Top 100 Hacker News Posts of All Time
  93. Is the caliber of Google engineers decreasing
  94. Startup Playbook:【独家】最干的干货:YC年度创业生存手册
  95. product insights from wechat今天,我们来聊聊微信的产品哲学圣经(上)
  96. Growing Your Tech Stack: When to Say No
  97. The Stack Behind Netflix ScalingNetflix发展背后的技术
  98. This Is How You Design Your Mobile App for Maximum Growth
  99. Flipboard's Fanfare Fades as Executives Exit, Sale Talks Stall
  100. late bloomer, not a loser.
  101. What Powers Instagram: Hundreds of Instances, Dozens of Technologies
  102. WhatsApp's Co-Founder on How the App Became a Phenomenon
  103. What do people in Silicon Valley plan to do once they are over 35?
  104. The Stack That Helped Medium Scale To 2.6 Millennia Of Reading Time
  105. The Most Important Startup's Hardest Worker Isn't a Person
  106. Getting (the Right) Stuff Done
  107. Google’s growing problem: 50% of people do zero searches per day on mobile
  108. Y Combinator vs. Graduate School
  109. 18F — Managing technical debt务实的技术债务管理
  110. Engineer's Guide to US Visas
  111. How Can We Achieve Age Diversity in Silicon Valley?
  112. Destroy all hiring processes
  113. Epic slide deck from former Yahoo board member lays out the future of tech and media
  114. Rebuilding Our Infrastructure with Docker, ECS, and Terraform如何使用 Docker、ECS、Terraform 重建基础架构?
  115. Measure Anything, Measure Everything测量所有,量化一切!
  116. WeWork Used These Documents To Convince Investors It's Worth Billions
  117. You don’t have what it takes
  118. Five Years of Building Instagram建立Instagram的5年
  119. Backend infrastructure at Spotify
  120. Success at Work, Failure at Home
  121. Inside Facebook's Artificial Intelligence LabFacebook如何使用“我们”的数据去构建人工智能
  122. 2016-career-launching-companies-list
  123. Negotiating Comp Means Making a Deal with a Devil
  124. Why WhatsApp Only Needs 50 Engineers for Its 900M Users拥有 9 亿用户的 WhatsApp,工程师只有 50 人
  125. GitHub CEO: What I Learned From Our Company's Harassment Scandal
  126. Why I Fucking Hate Unicorns and the Culture They Breed
  127. chasing the shiny and new
  128. Some advice from Jeff Bezos
  129. My favorite interview question
  130. Here's What a Real Growth Strategy Looks Like
  131. Don’t build it in-house. There is an API for that.
  132. How Uber Scales Their Real-time Market Platform
  133. advice-for-preparing-for-transition
  134. How Zuck's Old TA Helped Facebook Master Mobile Ads
  135. An Open Letter to Anyone Moving to San Francisco for a Tech Job
  136. A DECADE AT GOOGLE
  137. The art of iterating quickly
  138. Uber's Phantom Cabs
  139. A Leader’s Guide To Deciding: What, When, and How To Decide
  140. What are some decisions taken by the "Growth team" at Facebook that helped Facebook reach 500 million users?tech2ipo.com
  141. Why I left the best job in the world
  142. Life…
  143. How Slack Uses Slack
  144. Service-Oriented Architecture: Scaling the Uber Codebase As We GrowUber从单体架构转向微服务架构
  145. Airbnb Shares The Keys To Its Infrastructure
  146. ‘Give Away Your Legos’ and Other Commandments for Scaling Startups
  147. What Makes Uber Run
  148. Ben Horowitz’s Best Startup Advice,本·霍格维茨的创业建议
  149. Five years, building a culture, and handing it off.
  150. Doing Data Science at Twitter,分享丨在twitter搞数据科学是怎样一种体验?
  151. Learning as a New Grad on the Uber Money Team
  152. How I Built a $5k/mo Side Project in 5 Months (longform post)
  153. How we work - Pair Programming
  154. 8 Reasons to Turn Down That Startup Job
  155. Why you can't find a technical cofounder
  156. Greylock Partners Teardown
  157. How It Ticks: Building the Airbnb Apple Watch App
  158. One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made in my career
  159. Regretting the Golden Handcuffs
  160. APIs Are The New FTEs
  161. GitHub: Scaling on Ruby, with a nomadic tech team
  162. Subtraction = Growth
  163. The journey of a startup, from idea to growth
  164. An honest guide to the San Francisco startup life
  165. How Instacart Built Its On-Demand Grocery Delivery Service
  166. How Do Stock Options and RSUs Differ?
  167. Not Every Startup Should Be Venture-Backed
  168. Dropbox: the first dead decacorn为什么说 Dropbox 会是第一家死掉的“独角兽”?
  169. AppNexus' First Pitch
  170. Ways to think about cars
  171. Does giving other people credit build your confidence? I think so
  172. You Don’t Need to Know How to Code to Make it in Silicon Valley
  173. the-technology
  174. one-year-review YC
  175. How An Early Facebook Employee Messed Up, Got Fired, And Cost Himself $185 MillionFacebook创业早期事:我是如何损失掉1.85亿美元的?
  176. StackOverflow Update: 560M Pageviews A Month, 25 Servers, And It's All About Performance
  177. Continuous Deployment at Quora
  178. Scaling Asana.com
  179. Slow Growth Lessons in a Hack-Assed World
  180. Building LinkedIn's New Engineering Bootcamp
  181. Tinder and Hookup-Culture Promotion
  182. How Netflix Reinvented HR
  183. How Two Non-Technical Cofounders Grew & Sold Their Startup for Millions
  184. Developers Who Can Build Things from Scratch
  185. Taking the 'D' Out of CRUD with Soft Deletes
  186. This guy used an insane get-rich-quick scheme to become a start-up millionaire in three weeks
  187. Uber’s Secret Weapon
  188. Bigger Isn’t Always Better: How A Big Round Can Hurt Your Startup
  189. “Don’t Take Advice” and More Startup Advice
  190. Why You Should Be A Morning Person
  191. When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China对于占领全球的微信,国外顶级风投公司是如何评价的呢?
  192. Change Your Name
  193. What Does It Mean For Start-Ups To Create Value?
  194. Thirteen Months of Working, Eating, and Sleeping at the Googleplex
  195. 10years.firstroundFirst Round回顾种子轮融资十年历程,总结分享十大经验
  196. Don’t Listen to Your Users And other lessons from building a consumer-facing apptech2ipo.com
  197. DIFFERENT STROKES
  198. If your product is Great, it doesn't need to be Good.
  199. What Makes Founders Succeed
  200. Moving-Fast-With-High-Code-Quality
  201. The Verge's web sucks
  202. Sarah Smith's answer to What are some of the biggest red flags in an interviewee?
  203. Introducing Nurse: Auto-Remediation at LinkedIn
  204. The Duct Tape Programmer
  205. Paul Graham’s Startup Advice for the Lazy太忙没时间?10分钟读完Paul Graham为“懒人创业者”总结的创业经
  206. Killing over-communication: an internal memo from our founders
  207. Architecting Backend for a Social Product
  208. iOS Build Infrastructure
  209. Guido on Python [LWN.net]
  210. So You're Leaving Your Startup Job...
  211. Stop Whiteboarding
  212. Inside the sad, expensive failure of Google+深度解读Google+失败内幕:缺乏远见 忽视用户
  213. How to find a startup worth working for
  214. A guide to PR for startups Craig Kerstiens
  215. Speed as a Habit
  216. Welcome To The Unicorn Club, 2015: Learning From Billion-Dollar Companies
  217. How I validated my startup idea
  218. Everything Is Data « Only Once
  219. Silicon Valley’s Dirty Secret
  220. What are Bloom filters?
  221. A Conversation with Alan Kay
  222. Want a Better Pitch? Watch This.
  223. Kevin Systrom's answer to What is the genesis of Instagram?
  224. A Framework to Maximize Your Startup's Hiring Success
  225. A Brief History of Scaling LinkedInLinkedIn架构演化历史解析
  226. inside-operation-inversion-the-code-freeze-that-saved-linkedin
  227. Airbnb, My $1 Billion Lesson,10亿美金的教训——我居然错过Airbnb的天使轮
  228. Programmers are distraction for your startup
  229. Behind the App: The Story of Circa
  230. The education of Airbnb's Brian CheskyAirbnb创始人Brian Chesky的自我成长之路
  231. stewart-butterfield-of-slack-experience-with-empathy-required
  232. Brigade’s Experience Using an MVC Alternative
  233. What I Learned From Steve Jobs
  234. Behind the App: The Story of 1Password
  235. What I Learned When I Gave Up the ‘9 to 5’,放弃「朝九晚五」的收获
  236. 7 Important Lessons from Airbnb's 7 Rejections
  237. Startup CEOs: Forget “Full Stack” and Focus on Creating Real, Differentiated Value
  238. The Never Ending Road To Product Market Fit
  239. After the Layoffs
  240. MadLib Feedback
  241. What Does a Startup COO Actually Do?
  242. The CEO’s Challenge: Engineering Alignment
  243. 12 Things I Learned from Ben Horowitz about Management, Investing, and Business
  244. Write code every day
  245. What do Stanford GSB founders look like? http://36kr.com/p/5043595.html
  246. Maker to Manager: What a startup founder does
  247. Back to SF after the U.S. Digital Service
  248. silicon-valleys-youth-problem
  249. the-role-of-a-senior-developer
  250. luck_and_the_entrepreneur
  251. I'm Joel Gascoigne, and This Is the Story Behind Buffer我是乔尔加斯科因,buffer背后的故事
  252. The Moment I Fell in Love With the World of Startups
  253. Your Career is a Mess
  254. Microservice Trade-Offs【大牛观点】Martin Fowler谈微服务的优缺点
  255. Jepsen: On the perils of network partitions
  256. Why Invest in Tools?
  257. Behind the App: The Story of Alfredtech2ipo.com
  258. Coding for Obsolescence
  259. Playing Startup
  260. Engineering Management
  261. Three hundred programming interviews in thirty days
  262. Kevin Hale's Soapbox: Wufoo's Buildup to SurveyMonkey's $35M Acquisition
  263. Top Hacks from a PM Behind Two of Tech's Hottest Products
  264. This is the Biggest Mistake a Young Entrepreneur Can Make
  265. On Interviewing Software Engineers — zdfs
  266. Getting Code to Production With Less Friction and High Quality
  267. Profits vs Growth
  268. Curation and Algorithms
  269. Storytelling 101: Writing Tips for Academics
  270. Memories of Steve
  271. Peer Code Reviews At Loose Cannon at New Fun Blog
  272. The One-Person Product,一个人的产品_36氪
  273. The Happy Demise of the 10X Engineer
  274. Who Will Be Hurt Most When The Tech Bubble Bursts? Not VCs
  275. Don’t Follow Your Passion: Career Advice for Recent Graduates硅谷顶级VC本·霍洛维茨:创业光有激情?然并卵
  276. The fabulous life of tech billionaire Marc Benioff
  277. The One Hiring Mistake You Didn’t Know You Were Making
  278. The Art of the Dojo
  279. Tending the Spark
  280. Adam Leventhal's blog
  281. Culture Hacking With A Staff Database
  282. On Managing Developers
  283. Why Open Source Works for LinkedIn
  284. Thinking Methodically about Performance
  285. Accidental lessons from a first-time manager
  286. LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman on the biggest lie employers tell employees
  287. Why 1-1 meetings are crucial to your team’s success
  288. My advice to non-technical founders
  289. 19 Successful People Who Barely Sleep
  290. On writing
  291. What is The Best Way to Explain Your Startup?
  292. Chasing the next billion with Sundar Pichaitech2ipo.com
  293. Silicon Valley hiring is not a meritocracy
  294. The Case For Setting Impossible Deadlines
  295. Firing Well | Monday Note
  296. Code Review Best Practices
  297. no-stack-startups
  298. The Mind of Marc Andreessen
  299. How a Side Project Became an Obsession
  300. Sharding the Asana Database
  301. What If Everybody Didn't Have to Work to Get Paid?
  302. How I worked remotely from 11 cities in 3 months,tech2ipo.com
  303. The Real Teens of Silicon Valley
  304. Companies Drain Women’s Ambition After Only 2 Years
  305. Want to Hire More Diverse People? Raise Your Bar.
  306. Software Based Companies Should Be Judged On Their Rate Of Innovation
  307. The Importance Of Founders
  308. Hiring lessons from GV’s design event series
  309. Why Silicon Valley Will Continue to Rule
  310. Behind the Scenes: Building Airbnb’s First Native Tablet App
  311. Bottled Water: Real-time integration of PostgreSQL and Kafka
  312. Grouplets - Mike Bland
  313. The Secret Sauce of Silicon Valley
  314. Improving developer productivity at Asana: Phips Peter
  315. The 10 Most Important Things I've Learned About Building An Entrepreneurial Mindset
  316. How Do I Know If I Should Take A Job At A Startup?
  317. Foursquare’s Dennis Crowley Can’t Stop Believing
  318. Spotify Engineering Culture
  319. Etsy CTO On Its Conservatively Crafty Tech Philosophy
  320. The Hidden Costs of Microservices
  321. How to Impress an Interviewer
  322. Google Couldn't Kill 20 Percent Time Even if It Wanted To
  323. Notes on Distributed Systems for Young Bloods
  324. “The Future of Version Control”
  325. What Do the Founding Teams of Billion Dollar Companies Look Like?
  326. Marissa Mayer on Yahoo's 20-Year Love Affair With The Color Purple
  327. Subtle Mid-Stage Startup Pitfalls
  328. A culture that attracts quality candidates
  329. Dave Goldberg had an incredible life戈德伯格的非凡人生:一切来之不易
  330. What Defines an Engineering-Driven Culture
  331. Andreessen Horowitz, Deal Maker to the Stars of Silicon Valley
  332. Meet the Founder Who's Building a New Startup Every Month
  333. Ten Career Lessons
  334. Product Market Fit is Not Enough
  335. Work Is Better Than Talent
  336. The On Demand Economy:
  337. The Golden Ratio: Design's Biggest Myth:設計的大迷思:原來黃金比例根本只是一場誤會!
  338. Work/Life Balance and What That Means When Things Fall Apart
  339. Forbes Welcome
  340. Does a good engineering culture matter?
  341. Jerry on Java: Simplicity
  342. Front End of Innovation Blog: Why Big Companies Fail at Acting Like Start-Ups
  343. How to pick a co-founder
  344. Why Dropbox Needs to Own Collaboration to Become a $100b Company
  345. What did Billion Dollar Companies Look Like at the Series A?
  346. Why Billionaire Investor Reid Hoffman Is Betting Big on Bitcoin
  347. The full-stack employee,全栈员工,工作的未来就是人人成为瑞士军刀
  348. What does it take to be a great entrepreneur?
  349. Dawn of the data center operating system
  350. Out of the picture: why the world's best photo startup is going out of business
  351. similarities-of-disruptive-companies
  352. career-decisions.html
  353. Three Simple Rules for Building Data Products that People Will Actually Use
  354. Apple's Tim Cook leads different
  355. How to Write Without Writing
  356. The Hardest Lessons for Startups to Learn
  357. Values
  358. How to Ruin Your Company with One Bad Process
  359. Mentors Are The Secret Weapons Of Successful Startups
  360. The Idea Person
  361. How I got 2.3 million app downloads (without spending a cent on marketing)
  362. Ten Things I Learned Researching Ten of the World’s Fastest Growing Startups,我们能从世界上增长最快的公司身上学到什么?
  363. Mindful VC - Transitions
  364. The virality of LinkedIn Endorsements
  365. Y Combinator’s Sam Altman On The Elements Of A Successful Startup
  366. Microservices at Netflix: Lessons for Architectural Design
  367. Friendster Founder Tells His Side of the Story, 10 Years After Facebook
  368. How we upgrade a live data center
  369. Why do we care about Xiaomi? http://wallstreetcn.com/node/215227
  370. My Y Combinator experience
  371. Coding Like a Girl
  372. Using Services to Break Down Monoliths
  373. Hiring Momentum: Underrated Component of Startup Success
  374. How Dropbox got 75,000 wait-list signups from Digg.
  375. Interview with Raffi Krikorian on Twitter's Infrastructure
  376. Unicorns vs. Horses
  377. Startup Priorities
  378. Generalists and specialists: thoughts on hiring
  379. Storytelling for Startups
  380. Startup advice, briefly
  381. Where to start up a startup
  382. Advice for first-time founders
  383. Beauty of Testing
  384. The Challenge of Changing People’s Behavior
  385. Why We Killed Off Code Reviews
  386. Creating Unicorns
  387. Cofounder management
  388. Replacing Middle Management with APIs by Peter Reinhardt
  389. The Path Matters
  390. The Most Diabolical Python Antipattern
  391. Designing Twitter Video
  392. 20 questions for 2015
  393. What no one talks about when building a team: letting people go
  394. How to behave at work
  395. mvps-and-excellence
  396. How we run hackathons
  397. A Comprehensive Guide to Building a Scalable Web App on Amazon Web Services
  398. 10,000 Hours with Reid Hoffman: What I Learned和最优秀的人一起,我花一万小时学到了这些
  399. 12 Things I Learned from Chris Dixon about Startups
  400. Elizabeth Royal’s Morning Routine on My Morning Routine
  401. Kafka at LinkedIn: Current and Future
  402. Software engineers should write
  403. A mile wide, an inch deep
  404. Designing the Hiring Process
  405. Scaling Elasticsearch to Hundreds of Developers
  406. Successful startups say “no”成功的创业公司敢于说「不」
  407. The Four Meta Secrets of Scaling at Facebook
  408. Silicon Valley History 路 Patrick Collison
  409. The Age of Unicorns
  410. Why to Join a Startup by Jessica Livingston
  411. The Three Unconventional Questions To Ask Every Job Candidate
  412. Don't Hire Anyone Over 30: Ageism in Silicon Valley
  413. What Doesn't Seem Like Work?
  414. A year of designing at Facebook
  415. The 30 Best Pieces of Advice for Entrepreneurs in 2014
  416. Coding is not the new literacy
  417. What The Hell Is A Startup Anyway?
  418. Building an MVPP: Minimum Viable Product We’re Proud Of
  419. Money = Time
  420. The Very First Startup Founder You Need to Invest in is You
  421. Great Data: it’s all in the delivery
  422. the-future-of-the-mobile-industry
  423. Management Clichés That Work
  424. Medium’s metric that matters: Total Time Reading
  425. evhead: Ten Rules for Web Startups
  426. Engineering Culture at Airbnb
  427. Two eras of the internet: pull and push
  428. Return of the Borg: How Twitter Rebuilt Google's Secret Weapon《连线》:Twitter研发超级网络系统Mesos,Google已升级类似系统至Omega
  429. The Next Big Thing You Missed: Tech Superstars Build 'Startup Factories'
  430. An Interview with Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield on the Workplace Communication App Slack
  431. The Most Difficult Question I Ask Founders
  432. How Pinterest drives sustainable growth
  433. Cache is the new RAM缓存是新的内存
  434. Your developers aren’t slow
  435. What Business Can Learn from Open Source
  436. The Blockchain Application Stack
  437. The Race to Create Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Heats Up
  438. Baidu’s Andrew Ng on Deep Learning and Innovation in Silicon Valley
  439. community-growth-hacks-from-polyvores-ceo-jess-lee
  440. what-we-learned-from-40-female-yc-founders
  441. not-reinventing-wheel-is-anticompetitive
  442. How to reward skilled coders with something other than people management
  443. The Difference Between Uber and Airbnb
  444. nirvdrum's Weblog :: Open Sourcing a Failed Startup
  445. A Good Place to Work
  446. The New Normal
  447. Early Principles of Linkedin & a Reflection of Our Series B Investment
  448. top-10-python-idioms-i-wished-id
  449. Scaling lessons learned at Dropbox, part 1
  450. Engineering Values
  451. How to Spot A Bad Boss During A Job Interview
  452. 3 Lessons Learned From Starting A Startup
  453. The Cult of Busy
  454. How 6 Startup Founders Manage Stress and Avoid Burnout
  455. building-a-complete-tweet-index
  456. How Tokyo is Different to Silicon Valley
  457. My Technical Co-Founder Quit 2 Days Before I Got My Y-Combinator Interview
  458. Why I love databases为什么我喜欢数据库?没那么复杂和吓人
  459. The Most Effective Questions to Use When Interviewing Candidates
  460. The Three Qualities of People I Most Enjoy Working With
  461. What Angel Investors Are Actually Buying From Your Startup
  462. The Steve Jobs Guide To Manipulating People And Getting What You Want
  463. The Most Fascinating Profile You'll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup
  464. Keys to SRE | USENIX
  465. demystifying-the-mooc
  466. The Rise And Fall Of The Full Stack Developer
  467. Edmond Lau's answer to What are the questions that can be asked when the interviewer asks "Any questions?"
  468. The 5 Early Mistakes That Almost Killed This Founder’s Startup
  469. How To Respect Your Startup's Context (And Grow Quicker)
  470. Possible, Plausible and Probable: Big markets and Networking effects
  471. This Startup Built Internal Tools to Fuel Major Growth — Here’s Their Approach
  472. Owning it — The Year of the Looking Glass
  473. Kelvin Ho's answer to It seems many former Googlers now work at Quora. What was your thought process in making the switch?
  474. Little’s Law Is Big For Startups
  475. 5 Common Server Setups For Your Web Application
  476. A Counterintuitive System for Startup Compensation
  477. Runner-Up: Tim Cook, the Technologist
  478. Living the Future of Technical Writing
  479. #define CTO
  480. The Hacker's Guide to Investors
  481. Theatres of the absurd: how to get startup ideas
  482. This University Teaches You No Skills
  483. 10x: Architecture at Clay.io
  484. The Happiness Culture: Zappos Isn't a Company -- It's a Mission
  485. Why You Should Risk Sharing Your Idea
  486. An Open Source Platform That Makes Building Apps Cheap and Easy
  487. An inside look at Pinterest's creative culture
  488. The incredibly fast rise of Google's Sundar Pichai
  489. Profile of Aaron Levie, Who Is Trying to Make the Startup Box Vital for Work
  490. 10X Durability
  491. what-goes-wrong
  492. Why threads can't fork
  493. how-to-start-a-startup
  494. Technical Co-founder
  495. How to Find the Time to Accomplish Anything
  496. Quora Keeps the World's Knowledge For Itself
  497. how-google-works-final
  498. when-are-you-going-to-start-your-own-company
  499. Netflix Culture Deck
  500. marc-andreessen-in-conversation
  501. Eight Docker Development Patterns
  502. PEAK GOOGLE
  503. The third great wave
  504. Ron Conway's Recommended Reading List
  505. Designing a URL structure for BBC programmes
  506. 22 Mistakes I Made as a First Time Founder
  507. Early Pinterest Growth Was Driven By Grassroots Marketing
  508. Piaw Na's answer to What do the top 1% of software engineers do that the other 99% do not?
  509. Weekend Read: The Imminent Decentralized Computing Revolution
  510. travis-kalanick-uber-backstory
  511. PayPal's Referral Program: A Legendary Growth Hack
  512. Silicon Valley Teens on the Future of Technology
  513. Which Technologies Do Startups Use? An Exploration of AngelList Data · Coding VC
  514. Dark Side of the Curve
  515. My Philosophy on Alerting
  516. Why I Love Startup School
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  522. distributed-is-not-necessarily-more
  523. Y Combinator Funding Application
  524. Five Founders
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  526. Product Hunt Blog
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  528. 5 Reasons You Should Work For A Startup At Least Once
  529. Inside GitHub's Super-Lean Management Strategy--And How It Drives InnovationGithub的扁平化管理与创新
  530. Startups in 13 Sentences
  531. Good and Bad Reasons to Become an Entrepreneur
  532. Fixed mindset vs Growth mindset,固定思維模式和成長型思維模式
  533. Caching at Scale
  534. Relentlessly Resourceful
  535. How to Get Into Y Combinator
  536. 7 Things You Can Legally Steal from Successful Companies
  537. Chris Granger
  538. Three months at Y Combinator: what it’s like and how to get in · Front
  539. 44 engineering management lessons
  540. Peter Thiel Tweets
  541. Venture Firms Fret as Y Combinator Soars
  542. Why I decided to build a new startup
  543. An Open letter to Indian Startups, Entrepreneurs, VCs and Startup Employees
  544. How One Complaint-Filled Letter Landed This Ex-Googler At Her Dream Job
  545. The Design Sprint
  546. Seven lessons I learned from the failure of my first startup, Dinnr
  547. How Andreessen Horowitz Is Disrupting Silicon Valley
  548. A Tale Of Two Apps
  549. How teaching can make you a better programmer
  550. 500px Co-Founder And Former CEO Ousted From The Startup
  551. Longform Reprints: Playboy Interview: Steve Jobs by David Sheff
  552. The Stanford Review
  553. 2013_Silicon_Valley_Career_Guide
  554. A Deeper Look at Uber’s Dynamic Pricing Model从内部视角剖析Uber动态定价
  555. How quitting my corporate job for my startup dream f*cked my life up
  556. A Dozen Things I’ve Learned From John Doerr
  557. this-is-ubers-playbook-for-sabotaging-lyft
  558. Startup Traction Starts With The Right Goal. How To Get It Right.
  559. How Box Maintains Employee Engagement and Success Through Rapid Growth
  560. The Benefits of Building a Company in the Bay Area
  561. Quora CEO Adam D’Angelo Speaks
  562. You suck at technical interviews
  563. Why did Docker Catch on Quickly and Why is it so Interesting?
  564. ZooKeeper - The King of Coordination
  565. Moving Code Forward
  566. Mobile OS Paradigm
  567. The Wisdom Of The 20-Minute Startup
  568. Leaving Airbnb离开Airbnb_36氪
  569. The GitHub hiring experience · GitHub
  570. Evernote - The $0 Growth Engine
  571. How Slack Became the Fastest Growing B2B SaaS Business (Maybe) Ever
  572. growth-studies/Tinder
  573. new-relics-growth-playbook-from-startup-to-ipo
  574. How Stripe Marketed to Developers So Effectively
  575. WhatsApp, The Anti-Marketing Growth Phenomenon
  576. GitHub's Secret Super Powers
  577. Square - How Did Square Grow So Quickly?
  578. growth-studies/spotify
  579. growth-studies/airbnb
  580. growth-studies/hubspot
  581. growth-studies/linkedin
  582. growth-studies/yelp
  583. growth-studies/snapchat
  584. growth-studies/uber
  585. growth-studies/upworthy-part-2
  586. growth-studies/belly
  587. GrowthHackers High Tempo Testing Revives GrowthHackers.com Growth
  588. Nasty Gal is Killing It at ECommerce - Here's How They Did It
  589. The Story of Etsy's Crafty Growth to IPO and a $2 Billion Valuation
  590. What is Facebook's User Growth team responsible for and what have they launched?
  591. Startup Hiring Is More About Cultural Fits Than Qualifications
  592. How to Work with Engineers写给设计师:如何与工程师一起工作
  593. How to Work with Designers: 如何与设计师一起工作(Facebook产品设计总监Julie Zhuo )
  594. Scalability for Dummies
  595. How and why LinkedIn is becoming an engineering powerhouse
  596. Linkedin: Gradle for the Hadoop Ecosystem
  597. The lab that created Spark wants to speed up everything, including cures for cancer
  598. Stream Processing with SQL
  599. scaling-realtime-analytics-on-big-data
  600. how-to-beat-the-cap-theorem[译]如何“打败”CAP定理
  601. nosql-at-netflix
  602. A Beginners Guide to Hadoop
  603. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Python!
  604. Goodbye Microsoft, Hello Facebook! « The World As Best As I Remember It
  605. Everyday Algorithms: Elevator Allocation
  606. Can Sheryl Sandberg Change Silicon Valley?
  607. What is Airbnb's mission/vision statement?
  608. How to Ace a Systems Design Interview
  609. hacker-howto如何成为一名黑客
  610. Returning transactions to distributed data stores
  611. How To Become a Better Programmer by Not Programming
  612. Rate-of-learning: the most valuable startup compensation,tech2ipo.com
  613. The Software Engineer’s Guide to Negotiating a Raise
  614. Loyalists vs Mercenaries
  615. Pmarchive - Luck and the entrepreneur, part 1: The four kinds of luck
  616. How I Interview
  617. Maker to Manager: What a startup founder does
  618. Back to SF after the U.S. Digital Service
  619. The Case for Startups to Make Radical Transparency the Top Priority
  620. Instagram unfiltered
  621. How to prioritize customer research when everything is a priority
  622. What I Learned in My First 120 Days at Uber
  623. “Too many people already do what I want to do.”
  624. When I Learned That Computers Have Soul
  625. Move Fast and Fix Things
  626. My Uber Intern Experience on the Supply Engine Team
  627. Going Against the Flow: Allen Blue, Cofounder of LinkedIn | Charu Sharma
  628. Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks for NLP,卷积神经网络在自然语言处理的应用
  629. Why Java? Tales from a Python Convert
  630. How To Become A Hacker
  631. How to Hire a Rock Star Engineer
  632. How We Partitioned Airbnb's Main Database in Two WeeksAirbnb是如何在两周内完成数据库切分的
  633. What Qualities Make a Good Startup Engineer?
  634. Pmarchive - Why not to do a startup
  635. How to Identify and Make Contributions with a Big Impact
  636. How learning data structures and algorithms make you a better developer,学习数据结构与算法分析如何帮助您成为更优秀的开发人员
  637. What Powers Instagram: Hundreds of Instances, Dozens of Technologies
  638. How to build a good onboarding process for new hires at a startup
  639. How I joined Google
  640. How Do You Know If You've Achieved Product/Market Fit?
  641. Big company vs. startup work and compensation不要搞创业崇拜,在大公司上班比在创业公司好太多了
  642. Niche to Win, Baby.
  643. I studied the Zappos CEO’s schedule for a year. Here’s what I learned.从Zappos CEO一整年的时间安排中我们可以学到什么?(上篇:处理电子邮件
  644. How Facebook Keeps Scaling Its Culture
  645. atlassian-the-untold-story-how-two-australian-young-guns-built-a-company-headed-for-a-billion-dollar-ipoAtlassian不为人知的故事(下):两个澳大利亚年轻人创建了30亿美元的公司,直奔美国IPO
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