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Monday, February 4, 2019

"Weeps her heart out" nghĩa là gì?

Photo by Asdrubal luna on Unsplash.

'Weep one's heart out' nghĩa là khóc sướt mướt, khóc nức nở, thổn thức.

Ví dụ
Neha Kakkar weeps her heart out during special Maa episode.

Amrutha weeps her heart out. She promises to do anything it takes to work a plan to set him out of prison.

There Adele was, weeping her heart out on stage at the 2012 Grammys, clutching one of her six trophies she won for ‘21,’ that year, and giving her emotional thanks to everyone in the room who helped to make it happen.

Apart from a little girl who teases him, his only confidant is a slightly older boy, with whom he makes the morning trek to the fields to relieve himself. The friend is not unduly concerned about the adoption, but the two decide that one way of finding out the mother’s feelings is to check if she cries for him—this after Chaitu sees an old Marathi film on TV, with actress Jayshree Gadkar weeping her heart out. Chaitu decides to go missing for a night—the mother does cry, but when he gets home, he also gets a thrashing.

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Lập trình vui vẻ

mỗi ngày từ 2h-4h chiều, mọi người lập trình cùng nhau và sau đó cùng uống bia mừng tiến độ đạt được -> cùng mang tính tập thể và vui vẻ,
Hi, Dan.

At work we have a large code base (nền tảng, cơ sở)—all the source codes for our computer programs—and it's managed by many teams around the world. We need to migrate (di trú, di cư; chuyển) the code base to a new version of our programming language (ngôn ngữ lập trình). The expected (mong đợi) benefits (lợi ích) are huge (to lớn), but everyone is procrastinating (ngần ngại, do dự, trì hoãn). What would you do to motivate people, apart from just setting a deadline?

Procrastination happens because there is an asymmetry (bất đối xứng) between the costs that you have to pay now and the rewards you expect in the future. While the benefits of a distant (xa xăm) goal—in this case, a better programming language—might be huge, they feel less salient (nổi bật, chính, đáng chú ý, quan trọng nhất) when we have to do something difficult right now—such as working on the migration process.

So I would try to make the current experience more rewarding and fun. For instance, try setting up a happy hour: Every day from 2-4pm, everyone can write code together and then celebrate by having a beer together (or kombucha, depending on your company) to celebrate your progress. This approach can make the experience more communal (công, chung, công cộng) and enjoyable.

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