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Your Favorite HBR Articles of 2023

Harvard Business Review

They called out articles ranging from a 2001 classic article about managing your energy as a worker to a recent magazine piece on storytelling for leaders. And how specifically did it change the way you operate? We heard from readers in a variety of different industries, writing in from various corners of the world.

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The Next Supply-Chain Challenge Isn’t a Shortage — It’s Inventory Glut

Harvard Business Review

Electronics littered shelves in 2001 after the dot-com bubble burst. Inventory challenges aren’t new. In 2009, the financial crash left manufacturers with excess inventory when consumer buying power suddenly dropped. And now, the high-tech industry is feeling the weight of a volatile market that has led to excess component inventory.

Metrics 126
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Claude Shannon Biography

The Crazy Programmer

Mother Mabel Shannon Birthdate 30 April 1916 Birthplace Petoskey, Michigan United state Death 24 Februry 2001 Spouse Betty Shannon Field Mathematics and electrical engineering Institution Bell labs, MIT Image Source He completed his schooling at Gaylord high school in the year 1932. Later on Feb 24, 2001, he passed away.

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PHP sinks in Tiobe language popularity index

InfoWorld

When the Tiobe index started in 2001, PHP was about to become the standard language for building websites, said Paul Jansen, CEO of software quality services vendor Tiobe. PHP even reached the top 3 spot in the index, ranking third several times between 2006 and 2010.

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Alan Kay Biography

The Crazy Programmer

In 2001, Alan founded a non-profit organization, Viewpoints Research Institute, in California, dedicated to learning, children, and advanced software development to improve “powerful ideas education” Kay and his Viewpoints group worked on various projects at Applied Minds in Glendale, California. Awards and Recognitions.

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C# language snags Tiobe language of the year honors

InfoWorld

The Tiobe Programming Community Index itself dates back to 2001. C# , an object-oriented language for building.NET applications, wins the award for the first time, Tiobe announced on January 6. To read this article in full, please click here

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A Tribute to a Fallen Hero – Thomas F. Swift (1971-2001)

Terry Starbucker

The NY Times had run a series of profiles on each of the victims (I recall at the time that these pages of profiles were very hard to read because of all the heartwrenching stories), and here was his: December 16, 2001. Master of Factoids. When Thomas F. That was because Mr.

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