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What Are Android Intents?

Intents are a fundamental topic for Android developers. It is impossible to build Android applications without coming in contact with intents.

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How to Create a Real-Time Feed Using Phoenix and React

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In this tutorial, I'll show you how we can use the

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This Made Me Laugh

It's hard to stay positive sometimes, so here's a bird realizing a love of drumming pic.twitter.com/DplQ4uZAPf — Kyle Hill (@Sci_Phile) August 15, 2017 (via)

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How To Offer Kick Ass User Experience Services

If you want to broaden the type of work you do, increase the amount you can charge, be more respected by clients and generate repeat business, then you should offer user experience services.

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DJI Spark Owners Must Update Firmware By September, Or Their Machines Will Be Bricked

garymortimer shares a report from sUAS News: News has arrived of a mandatory firmware update from DJI.

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Trends im Content Management

Ein 108-minütiger Videovortrag über fast alles, was ich über Content-Management-Systeme weiß.

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Cuboid extension by EL Studio sits atop a Maryland bungalow

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What Is GraphQL?

Overview

GraphQL is a new and exciting API for ad hoc queries and manipulation. It is extremely flexible and provides many benefits.

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Create Chatbots on Android with IBM Watson

If you've ever spoken to voice-based personal assistants such as Siri or Google Now, or chatted with one of the many text-based bots active on messaging platforms such as Facebook Messenger and Kik

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Creating a Blogging App Using React, Part 5: Profile Page

In the previous part of this tutorial series

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The Wake Up

Last week I signed up to a new newsletter called The Wak Up, run by Sally Rumble who has been educating herself on race relations, racial justice, white supremacy, and privilege in America over the pa

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Toyota Patents Cloaking Device To Make Car Pillars Appear Transparent

Toyota has patented a cloaking device that aims to make big, chunky car pillars transparent.

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The Alt-Right Can't Disown Charlottesville

For years, inflammatory rhetoric consumed backwater internet message boards. They can’t take it back now.

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Sea Del House by Robert Gurney faces the beach in Delaware

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It’s Still Summer!

I am off to the Swiss Alps today! Posts might be lighter than usual during the next two weeks. But don’t you worry, I’ll be back refreshed early September!

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Are You Wasting The Time of Your Users to Save Yourself?

Whatever our role in a company, we are all under considerable pressure to do one thing: deliver. But we all face challenges that make those goals difficult.

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Wisconsin Won't Break Even On Foxconn Plant Deal For Over Two Decades

Last month, Foxconn announced plans to build a $10 billion factory in southeastern Wisconsin in exchange for $3 billion in tax breaks.

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Captain

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The Top 4 Reasons Users Abandon Their Carts and What to Do About it

When asked, customers make their reasons clear as to why they abandon shopping carts. But fixing those problems is hard. In this post, I try to point you in the right direction.

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Friday Link Pack

– Yale Launches an Archive of 170,000 Photographs Documenting the Great Depression – For parents: Bowing to inherent goodness.

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Intel's Upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs Won't Work With Today's Motherboards

Intel's upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs won't work with existing 200-series motherboards that support Kaby Lake, a manufacturer confirmed on Wednesday.

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Wake

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Off to see Eliza

 

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Full Audio of Jared Kushner's Congressional Intern Address

From Trump rallies to Syria strikes, here's what Jared Kushner said to a crowd of congressional interns.

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Glass box defines extension with basement pool for Victorian home in south London

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How Tuts+ Has Helped People in Their Careers

People use Envato Tuts+ for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes it's just for fun or to pick up some creative skills as a hobby.

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How to Write, Package and Distribute a Library in Python

Python is a great programming language, but packaging is one of its weakest points. It is a well-known fact in the community.

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What Are Android Instant Apps?

Every time you release an Android app, you’ll have at least a rough idea of what you want this app to achieve. 

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Self

“A self that goes on changing is a self that goes on living.” – Virginia Woolf (via)

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10 Elegant CSS Pricing Tables for Your Latest Web Project

Pricing tables are an important tool for businesses promoting and selling their products or services on their website. As such they need to be simple
and attractive in design, to highlight the

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Getting Started With the Flux Architecture in React

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

In this tutorial, you will learn about

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Why do some digital teams struggle, while others flourish?

At IWMW 2017, I asked a simple question; Why do some digital teams struggle, while others flourish?

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O'Reilly Media Asks: Is It Time To Build A New Internet?

An anonymous reader shares an article from O'Reilly Media's VP of content strategy:
It's high time to build the internet that we wanted all along: a network designed to respect privacy, a network desi

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HackerRank Tries To Calculate Which US States Have The Best Developers

An anonymous reader writes:
Palo Alto-based HackerRank, which offers online programmng challenges, "dug into our data of about 450,000 unique U.S.

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It Will Take Fedora More Releases To Switch Off Python 2

An anonymous reader quotes Phoronix:
Finalizing Fedora's switch from Python 2 to Python 3 by default is still going to take several more Fedora release cycles and should be done by the 2020 date when

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Petition Asks Adobe To Open-Source Flash To Preserve Internet History

An anonymous reader quotes BleepingComputer:
A petition is asking Adobe to release Flash into the hands of the open-source community.

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Should The Government Fix Slow Internet Access?

An anonymous reader quotes a story from Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight site about "the worst internet in America":
FiveThirtyEight analyzed every county's broadband usage using data from researchers at

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Microbe New To Science Found In Self-Fermented Beer

sciencehabit writes: In May 2014, a group of scientists took a field trip to a small brewery in an old warehouse in Seattle, Washington -- and came away with a microbe scientists have never seen befor

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CNET Pranked By Web Site's Fake 'All Out War' Hack During DEFCON

In a piece describing the paranoid vibe in Las Vegas during the DEFCON convention, CNET reported Friday that the Wet Republic web site "had two images vandalized" with digital graffiti.

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Unpaid Internships Lead To Lower-Paying Jobs, Study Finds

The Guardian reports:
Almost every graduate taking an unpaid internship can expect to be worse off three years later than if they had gone straight into work.

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Honolulu Targets 'Smartphone Zombies' With Crosswalk Ban

Templer421 shares news from Reuters:
A ban on pedestrians looking at mobile phones or texting while crossing the street will take effect in Hawaii's largest city in late October, as Honolulu becomes t

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Microsoft Further Pledges Linux Loyalty, Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

BrianFagioli quotes BetaNews: Today, Microsoft further pledges its loyalty to Linux and open source by becoming a platinum member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

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Ask Slashdot: What Can You Do With Old Coaxial Cable?

Long-time Slashdot reader Theaetetus writes:

I recently bought a house and the previous owner left some coax (mostly RG59) running between rooms for cable distribution.

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After Emissions Scandal, Volkswagen Pledges Charging Stations Across The US

Here's how the Volkswagen emissions scandal ends in California -- and the rest of America.

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Will 'Smart Cities' Violate Our Privacy?

An anonymous reader quotes Computerworld's article on the implications of New York City's plan to blanket the city with "smart" kiosks offering ultrafast Wi-Fi.
The existence of smart-city implementat