Preparing to Submit My First Academic Paper

I previously wrote about submitting a working paper to SSRN. I recently uploaded my second major revision and I am now looking around for a journal in which to publish. This article covers my decision process on journal prioritization. Basically,

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Following Academics

This article outlines the list of academic individuals and journals that I follow, along with the method of following them. Google Scholar and Academic Sequitur are my two main methods of automatically following the academy. When I follow using Google

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Writing a Multiple OLS in Python

For quick instruction, I recommend the following tutorial: https://datatofish.com/multiple-linear-regression-python/ However, I had some additional questions which needed solving to get the above working. This article has the questions and answers required to eventually get my simple OLS working. I also

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Park City Coffee Review

This article comparatively reviews some spots in Park City, Utah. Why not just google and check the ratings? I recommend you do check with Google, but I have particular requirements which the average reviewer may not have, and I will

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Contra Authoritarian Contribution Rules

This article contains technical meta-guidance based on my personal experience. I haven’t seen scholarly research for or against this guidance, but I would expect it to move in the same direction. This guidance is meant to be leveraged in general

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A Low Quality Forecast on Flying Car Prices

This article forecasts the price of flying transportation over time by arguing that flying transportation is revolutionary transportation, and Tesla was also revolutionary transportation, therefore we can estimate the dynamic price trend of flying transportation by looking at how Tesla

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Accurately Time-Estimating Development Tasks

While I admit that logging tasks in Agile results in some overhead, there are many cases where this overhead is worth it. Decomposing user stories into tasks or subtasks in JIRA is a non-special case of task decomposition in general.

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Path to a Software Development Career

I recently sent an email to a person who was interested in becoming a software developer. This person had yet to graduate high school and was considering getting a GED. Whether you are in a similar educational situation or not,

The Business Value in an Angular Upgrade

This article focuses on communicating the business value obtained through a migration from AngularJS to Angular is on expressing the business value of this change. A socratic approach is taken by imagining a business analyst asking the following five questions: What

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On Passing the AWS Associate Exam

Today I passed the AWS Certified Solutions Architect exam at the associate level. I passed it on my first try, which is not what I expected. This article covers things I did and at least one thing I didn’t do

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