Building Your Startup: Leveraging Bootstrap, Ajax, and jQuery

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

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Can Geoengineering Drones Fight Global Warming?

MIT Technology Review reports:
David Mitchell, a lanky, soft-spoken atmospheric physicist, believes frigid clouds in the upper troposphere may offer one of our best fallback plans for combating climat


Introduction to Parallel and Concurrent Programming in Python

Python is one of the most popular languages for data processing and data science in general. The ecosystem provides a lot of libraries and frameworks that facilitate high-performance computing.


Getting Started With Chart.js: Radar and Polar Area Charts

The previous tutorial of this series focused on creating

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Citizen Jane

In 1960 Jane Jacobs’s book The Death and Life of Great American Cities sent shockwaves through the architecture and planning worlds, with its exploration of the consequences of modern planners’ an


How to Set Up a Project in Angular 2


The introduction of Angular 2 meant big changes for Angular developers. Often the best thing to do is to undertake a rewrite of the app, module by module.


Quick Tip: Working With Custom Fonts in Android O

The first developer preview of Android O is here!


Working With PHP Arrays in the Right Way

In this tutorial, I am going to make a list of common PHP array functions with examples of usage and best practices.

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You say you want a revolution?

Great work is only possible in the right environment. But many of us don't work in a place like that. How can we change our workplace?

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Boeing To Lay Off Hundreds of Engineers Amid Sales Slowdown

According to Reuters, Boeing has warned its employees that it "planned another round of involuntary layoffs that would affect hundreds of engineers at its commercial airplanes unit." From the report:

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Microsoft's Cool Quantum Computing Plan Embraces Cryogenic Memory

An anonymous reader shares a PCWorld report: Microsoft has crazy quantum computing plans: first, it built hardware based on a particle that hasn't even been discovered.

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Salt Makes You Hungry, Not Thirsty, Study Says

wisebabo writes: Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty.

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User-Made Patch Lets Owners of Next-Gen CPUs Install Updates On Windows 7 & 8.1

An anonymous reader quotes a report from BleepingComputer: GitHub user Zeffy has created a patch that removes a limitation that Microsoft imposed on users of 7th generation processors, a limit that pr

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Malaysia Air Is First Airline to Track Fleet With Satellites

From a report: Malaysia Air, which lost a wide-body jet with 239 people aboard three years ago in one of history's most enduring aviation mysteries, has become the first airline to sign an agreement f

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Apple Makes iMovie, GarageBand, and iWork Apps for Mac and iOS Free for All Users

Apple today updated several of its Mac and iOS apps, making them available for all Mac and iOS users for free.

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Facebook Adds a Login Shortcut To Other Android Apps

An anonymous reader shares a report: Today at F8, Facebook announced it's giving the developers of third-party Android apps the ability to recognize if you've already linked a service with the social

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Apple To Launch Three New iPhones This Year: Bloomberg

Apple is reportedly building three new iPhones, though the one with the most new features might not launch until a couple of months after the others.

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Facebook Launches Augmented Reality Camera Effects Developer Platform

From a report: Facebook will rely on an army of outside developers to contribute augmented reality image filters and interactive experiences to its new Camera Effects platform.

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AMD Launches Higher Performance Radeon RX 580 and RX 570 Polaris Graphics Cards

Reader MojoKid writes: In preparation for the impending launch of AMD's next-generation Vega GPU architecture, which will eventually reside at the top of the company's graphics product stack, the comp

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Despite Well Known Risks, Survey Finds Most People Use Smartphones While Driving

From a report: Everyone knows it's dangerous, but a lot of people are still doing it -- driving while distracted.

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How Tilt Went From Hot $375 Million Startup To Fire Sale

tedlistens writes: Not long ago, social payments company Tilt seemed to have it all -- a hot idea; cool, young founders with Y Combinator pedigrees; and $67 million in funding -- not to mention a $375

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Researchers Discover New Species of Giant Spider

adeelarshad82 writes: Califorctenus cacachilensis, recently named by researchers at the San Diego Natural History Museum, was first located in 2013 in a mountain range in Baja California Sur, Mexico.

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Benchmarks Show Galaxy S8 With Snapdragon 835 Is a Much Faster Android Handset

MojoKid writes: Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S8 series of Android smartphones to much fanfare but only recently did the handsets begin to arrive in market for testing and review.

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StarCraft Is Now Free, Nearly 20 Years After Its Release

An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Nearly two decades after its 1998 release, StarCraft is now free. Legally!

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Ladesysteme im Überblick

Ergänzend zu meinem 2016er Artikel über die Stecker- und Stromsituation bei Elektroautos habe ich nun eine kompakte Grafik gebastelt, die das ganze noch ein wenig besser verdeutlicht:

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Using Slack To Monitor Your App

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Burger King Runs Ad Triggering Google Home Devices; Google Shuts It Down

Burger King unveiled a new advertisement earlier today designed to trigger users' Google Home devices.