May 10, 2015

Coroutines in Python

In the last Pyweb-IL meetup I gave a short introduction talk about coroutines and their usage in Python. It covers the basic concepts of coroutines and how they can be used in Python. Check it out!

April 26, 2015

A selfish justification for altruism (poster)

Next week I’m presenting a philosophy paper I wrote about altruism (see previous post) in a conference at Tel-Hai college! Alexandra, my girlfriend, came up with the idea (and executed it on Photoshop). The triangle represent the main 3 concepts in the paper: altruism, autonomy and well-being. Through those triangles (concepts) the image (life) looks sharper. I’d Love to hear you’re opinion on it.

April 26, 2015

Ideal workplace wishlist

Looking for a job, I wrote down things that I find important so I can narrow my search and be more focused. I got plenty of inspiration from Julia Evans post on the subject, so I thought it will be nice to share my list too. So, in my view, an ideal employer: Is creating software to promote meaningful causes that I can relate to. Has an open and transparent culture that promotes teamwork, creativity and employees initiatives. Read more

April 25, 2015

A selfish justification for altruism

During college I was lucky enough to get my parents old car. Driving to college was much nicer than using public transportation or hitchhiking. Considering I didn’t buy the car myself, and the fact that I used to hitchhike before I got one, I had an ambivalent feeling towards picking other hitchhikers. On the one hand I totally identified with their need, and on the other, sometimes I just didn’t feel like picking up a stranger. Read more

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