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Windows 10 Visits To US Government Sites Surpass Windows 7 For the First Time

In what may be a signal of changing attitudes for Windows 10, visits to U.S. government sites via Windows 10 have surpassed Windows 7 for the first time.

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Friday Link Pack Gone Saturday

Playtime: One of my most cherished, slightly absurd, visually compelling movies I have ever seen. It’s DENSE! – I remember how powerful this was when I was a kid.

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Contributing Positively To Society

Within each of us exists the potential to contribute positively to society.

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Refactoring Your Way to a Design System

Mina Markham brings a ray of hope that flitters in the sky with advice on refactoring an existing codebase into a design system.

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Everything Here is Wonderful

This dog bed makes me want to get a dog.

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Samsung Could Make $22 Billion Off Next Year's iPhones

According to a report by Korean outlet ETnews (via The Investor), Apple placed an order for 180 million to 200 million OLED displays from Samsung's manufacturing branch, Samsung Display, for the next

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Vans headquarters by Rapt Studio nods to California street culture

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Get Started With Natural Language Processing in iOS 11

Machine learning has undoubtedly been one of the hottest topics over the past year, with compa

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Creating a Task Manager App Using Ionic: Part 1

In this tutorial series, you'll learn how to get started with creating a mobile app using the Ionic framework.

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Ionic From Scratch: Editing Your Ionic Project

In this post we'll take a look at Ionic pages. I'll show you how to edit content inside your app as well as how to create additional app pages and set up navigation.

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Want to Break Out of Comparison Syndrome? Do a Media Detox

Denise Jacobs hits pause on the avalanche of social media posts, harnesses up her huskies and rides a sled of serenity to a calm mountaintop.

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Introduction to Forms in Angular 4: Reactive Forms

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

This

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60 Years of Logos” feat. Chermayeff & Geismar

“60 Years of Logos” is a celebration of Tom Geismar and the late Ivan Chermayeff, the dynamic duo behind Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv — the company responsible for some of the most ico

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From Dream to Reality

(via Hiut Denim)

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New Course: Image Recognition on iOS With Core ML

With machine learning, the possibilities for developers are multiplying fast!

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Cheerful Despair

This pin made me laugh out loud.

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Inner Voices

A hardback journal to help us to develop kinder, and more productive, inner voices. Love this!

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Hi / Bye Gloves

These Donna Wilson gloves are funny!

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Ownership Levels at Buffer

Level 1 — No ownership responsibility. Learning and being actively developed by others Level 2 — Fully owns an area, channel, or discipline. Accountable for deliverables in that area.

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Designing for Mobile Performance

Mustafa Kurtuldu mulls over the topic of performance - both perceived and measured - for users of mobile devices.

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How To Iterate Your Way To A Winning Content-Driven Website

When designing a website, it’s important to focus on better understanding the folks who will visit the website.

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Happy Monday!

This capture by Jason Polan made me laugh. If you don’t follow him on Instagram, and like the slightly weird and absurd, you should. I love what he notices, like the above frozen toy frog.

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No One Is Normal

We are all privately haunted by a fear that we’re freakishly odd. But in fact, as this bag celebrates, no one is ever quite normal

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Ha-ne Earrings

Ha-ne means wing in Japanese and these are wing-like light weight earrings handcrafted using locally grown natural fiber in the Tohoku region, Japan. Lovely.

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♥ / Bespoke Watch Projects

A big thank you to Bespoke Watch Projects for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week.

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Scrub Daddy

I was at a friend’s house the other day and got use her Scrub Daddy. (Yes, I am talking about a dish sponge.) It cracked me up, seeing it first, and I honestly didn’t take it seriously.

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Feeding the Audio Graph

Ben Foxall dives deep into the Web Audio API to serve up such well known Christmas hits as I’m Dreaming Of A White Noise Generator, and All I Want For Christmas Is 440Hz.

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'State of JavaScript' Survey Results: Good News for React and TypeScript

"The JavaScript world is richer and messier than ever," reports this year's annual "State of JavaScript" survey, which collected data from over 28,000 developers on everything from favorite frameworks

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Get Started With Image Recognition in Core ML

With technological advances, we're at the point where our devices can use their built-in cameras to accurately identify and label images using a pre-trained data set.

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Manipulating HTML5 Canvas Using Konva: Part 3, Complex Shapes and Sprites

In the second tutorial of this series, you learned how to

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What Is Serverless?

The serverless computing concept is an up-and-coming execution model that tries to address the needs of modern, cloud-based software. 

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Get Rid of Bugs Quickly Using BugReplay

As a web developer, you are bound to come across clients who are not very tech savvy.

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Getting Hardboiled with CSS Custom Properties

Andy Clarke lifts the lid on Custom Properties, and adds a little spice with an elegant method for providing fallbacks for those with older browsers.

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Bandimal

Lucas Zanotto makes the funnest kids apps. Bandimal, a music composer, is crazy adorable. (I am big fan overall. I love his Miximal Book. And my son can play with Loopimal for hours!)

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New Course: Up and Running With WooCommerce

Setting up an online store used to be complicated, but these days it's never been easier, thanks to WordPress and WooCommerce.

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Testing design: How do you test a design comp?

We all know that testing the sites we produce is necessary and there are well-established techniques for testing usability. But what about testing design aesthetics?

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Testing Data-Intensive Code With Go, Part 2

Overview

This is part two out of five in a tutorial series on testing data-intensive code.

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Design Systems and CSS Grid

Stuart Robson tackles the thorny issue of integrating modern CSS Grid layouts into an existing design system, but in doing so reaps the benefits of leaner, more easily maintainable markup.