How to Build... - Netflix

Britain's iconic and ‘secretive' engineering companies reveal how they build the world's most amazing machines. The first part of the series "How to build a nuclear submarine" a documentary following the construction of the Astute nuclear submarine. The second part of the series "How to build a jumbo jet engine", the story of the thousands of people who design, build and test engines at Rolls-Royce's manufacturing plants in Derby and across the UK, making Rolls-Royce a central part of life for the people of places like Derby. The third and final part of the series "How to build Britain's secret engineers" when the documentary team follows workers at a leading British company on a global journey, as they reveal a handful of their secretive projects including getting Chinook helicopters ready for front line service.

How to Build... - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2010-06-27

How to Build... - Zero to One - Netflix

Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future is a 2014 book by venture capitalist, PayPal co-founder, and early Facebook investor Peter Thiel along with Blake Masters. It is a condensed and updated version of a highly popular set of online notes taken by Masters for the CS183 class on startups taught by Thiel at Stanford University in Spring 2012.

How to Build... - Book reviews - Netflix

Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: “Thiel touches on how to build a successful business, but the discussion is too abstract to offer much to the next Steve Jobs—or Peter Thiel.” Jason Shen reviewed the book, issuing a strong recommendation to readers to buy it. According to Shen, the best part of the book was the idea that successful startups are based around secrets, whereas the worst part of the book was Thiel's favoring startups that have a grand plan upfront. In November 2014, Timothy B. Lee reviewed the book for, writing that although Thiel's book contained some good advice, he made the advice sound more contrarian than it really was, did not provide sufficiently concrete advice, and made some questionable claims. In The New Atlantis, James Poulos compares Thiel to Frederich Nietzsche and argues Thiel, “the most political and theoretical of the supernerds,” writes esoterically in Zero to One, when he “raises the prospect of a remarkably comprehensive failure among our best and brightest.”

How to Build... - References - Netflix