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Android Design Patterns: The Observer Pattern

What Is the Observer Pattern?

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SheEO

Last week I had the absolute pleasure to meet Vicki Saunders, the founder of SheEO, a global community of women radically transforming how we finance, support, and celebrate female innovators.

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My Complete Guide: How to ensure user experience is a priority for your company

As user experience professionals we want the companies for whom we work to be more user centric. But building a user-centric culture is hard. This guide will get you started.

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5 exercises to engage clients and stop you wireframing alone

Although some argue the value of wireframing, most designers consider them a useful tool. But are you getting the full value from them?

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How Can Businesses Close 'The Cybersecurity Gap'?

Companies can't find enough qualified security personnel, and fixing it requires "a fundamental shift in how businesses recruit, hire, and keep security talent," according to a VentureBeat article by

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Realm Mobile Database for iOS

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What Are List Comprehensions in Python?

 

"List comprehension" is a big name for a really simple concept. In the world of Python, a list comprehension is nothing more than a shorthand way to create a new list. 

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Creating a Grocery List Manager Using Angular, Part 1: Add & Display Items

An Angular application is made up of components. In an Angular application, a component consists of an HTML template and a component class. From the official docs:

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Rainbow Pool Float

Rainbow pool float!? Made me smile!

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10 Remedial Design Pointers for Developers

Here’s a situation which may be familiar to you: you’re a developer and you build a prototype to demonstrate something.

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Kim Dotcom Loses Latest Battle To Recover Seized Assets

The Justice Department wants to keep Kim Dotcom's millions of dollars worth of seized assets, citing the Megaupload founder's fugitive status.

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EFFEKT unveils spiralling tower and treetop walkway for southern Denmark

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How to convince clients to sign-off

Do you find it hard to convince clients to sign-off work? That might be a new working approach, a new design aesthetic, a new technology platform. The list goes on.

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The Smoke & Mirrors of Good Countdowns, Part 2

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Friday Link Pack

Need proof that you should never give up on your dream? Here you go! Yep, it made me sob. – 60 prompt cards with ideas and questions to help us to find confidence and battle against timidity.

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How to Build Usability Testing Into Everything You Do

We all know we should do usability testing, but many of us struggle to find the time and budget. So how can we make it happen as a regular part of our workflow?

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China Arrests Apple Distributors Who Made Millions on iPhone Data

An anonymous reader shares a report: Police in China's Zhejiang province have arrested 22 (apparently third-party) Apple distributors for allegedly selling iPhone user data.

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Theresa May Says UK Will 'Tear Up' Human Rights Laws If Needed For Terror Fight

Hours ahead of the UK general election, the prime minister and Conservative party leader Theresa May proposed to "tear up" human rights law which, she asserts, stops her government dealing effectively

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Former FBI Director Admitted He Was the Source Of At Least One Leak To the Press

Shortly after his dismissal as head of the FBI, James Comey authorized "a close friend" to leak the contents of his memos to the press in order to prompt a special counsel investigation, he said today

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Lowe's To Lay Off About 125 Workers, Move Jobs To India

An anonymous reader shares a report: Home improvement retailer Lowe's says it's laying off approximately 125 information technology workers, the third round of job cuts this year.

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Amazon Lent $1 Billion To Merchants To Boost Sales On Its Marketplace

An anonymous reader shares a report: Amazon.com Inc has stepped up lending to third-party sellers on its site who are looking to grow their business, a company executive said in an interview on Wednes

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Ask Slashdot: What Is Your View On Sloot Compression?

An anonymous reader writes: A Dutch electronics engineer named Jan Sloot spent 20 years of his life trying to compress broadcast quality video down to kilobytes -- not megabytes or gigabytes (the link

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Uber's Self-Driving Unit Gets New Head of Hardware After Levandowski Firing

A little more than a week ago, Uber fired Anthony Levandowski, the former head of its self-driving car project who is accused of stealing some 14,000 documents from Google's Waymo and using that infor

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Google Launches Android O Developer Preview 3 With Final APIs

An anonymous reader quotes a report from VentureBeat: Google today launched the third Android O developer preview, available for download now at developer.android.com and via the Android Beta Program.

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Boeing Studies Planes Without Pilots, Plans Experiments Next Year

"Boeing has begun researching the possibility of commercial-passenger jets that will fly without pilots, using artificial intelligence guiding automated controls to make decisions in flight," reports

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No Known Ransomware Works Against Windows 10 S, Says Microsoft

An anonymous reader shares a report: According to Microsoft, "no Windows 10 customers were known to be compromised by the recent WannaCry (WannaCrypt) global cyberattack." That's great news for anyone

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Amazon Kills Off Unlimited Cloud Storage Option For Amazon Drive

Coldeagle writes: It looks like Amazaon is killing off it's unlimited storage plan and replacing it with a 1 TB plan for the same monthly cost.

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EU Seeks New Powers To Obtain Data 'Directly' From Tech Firms

Zack Whittaker reports via ZDNet: European authorities are seeking new powers to allow police and intelligence agencies to directly obtain user data stored on the continent by U.S. tech companies.

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US Ranks 28th In the World In Average Wireless Broadband Speeds

An anonymous reader quotes a report from DSLReports: The United States is 28th in terms of wireless broadband data speeds, according to the latest Akamai state of the internet report (pdf, hat tip ReC

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It's Been So Windy in Europe That Electricity Prices Have Turned Negative

An anonymous reader writes: It's been very windy across Europe this week.

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Malware Uses Obscure Intel CPU Feature To Steal Data and Avoid Firewalls

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft's security team has come across a malware family that uses Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) Serial-over-LAN (SOL) interface as a file transfer tool.

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Google I/O 2017 Aftermath: What's New for Android Wear?

In this series of tips, we’ve been taking a closer look at some of the new Android features and tools announced at this year’s Google I/O.