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Enter Your Laravel Scripts & Apps to Win a Share of $5,500

Envato Most Wanted Laravel contest

Attention, Laravel developers!

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New Book Sold Out Offers a Look At the H-1B Debate

theodp writes: The New York Post has published an excerpt from
Sold Out: How High-Tech Billionaires and Bipartisan Beltway Crapweasels Are Screwing America's Best and Brightest Workers, a new book on

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Interviews: Ask Stack Overflow Co-Founder Jeff Atwood a Question

Jeff Atwood is an author, entrepreneur, and software developer. He runs the popular programming blog Coding Horror and is the co-founder of Stack Overflow and the Stack Exchange Network.

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Google Will Retire Chrome Support For XP, Vista, OS X 10.6-8 In April 2016

An anonymous reader writes: Google has announced it is extending Chrome support for Windows XP until April 2016.

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TV Networks Cutting Back On Commercials

An anonymous reader writes: Cable providers aren't the only ones feeling pressure from cord cutters. The TV networks themselves are losing viewers the same way.

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App Companies Propose New Model For Worker Benefits

itwbennett writes: In late October, four delivery drivers for the app-based Amazon Prime Now service filed a class-action lawsuit alleging the company misclassifies its workers as contractors.

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Webmail Services Struggling Against DDoS Attacks

An anonymous reader writes: A few days ago, privacy-oriented webmail service ProtonMail was hit by a massive DDoS attack, which was accompanied by extortion. It turns out they're not the only ones.

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Bill Confirming Property Rights For Asteroid Miners Passes the Senate

MarkWhittington writes: The Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee announced the passage of a bill called H.R.2262 — SPACE Act of 2015, which is designed to facilitate commercial

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Justice Officials Fear Nation's Biggest Wiretap Operation May Not Be Legal

schwit1 writes with news about a vast wiretapping program and questions about it's legality.

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Linux Ransomware Has Predictable Key, Automated Decryption Tool Released

itwbennett writes: Last week a new piece of ransomware was discovered that targets Linux servers.

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Tech Pros' Struggle For Work-Life Balance Continues

Nerval's Lobster writes: Work-life balance among technology professionals is very much in the news following a much-discussed New York Times article about workday conditions at Amazon.

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MST3K Is Kickstarting Back To Life

New submitter kevin lyda writes: The creator of MST3K wants to bring it back. Anywhere from just three episodes up to a full season. Joel is also including options to make it DRM-free.

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Ivan Ristic and SSL Labs: How One Man Changed the Way We Understand SSL

An anonymous reader writes: Ivan Ristic is well-known in the information security world, and his name has become almost a synonym for SSL Labs, a project he started in early 2009.

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Classified Report On the CIA's Secret Prisons Is Caught In Limbo

sandbagger writes: A 6,700-page report that cost $40 million to produce is being blocked from circulation by the US Department of Justice by relabeling it as a Congressional Record, even though it isn

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Even the CEO's Job Is Susceptible To Automation, McKinsey Report Says

colinneagle sends word that according to anew report it's not just blue collar workers who need to be concerned about being replaced with a robot, top execs should be worried too.

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New Algorithm Recognizes Both Good and Bad Fake Reviews

An anonymous reader writes: Researchers from the university of Sao Paolo have developed an algorithm able to identify both good and bad online reviews in the massive daily chatter of millions of peer-

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Freunde von Freunden

I am thrilled (and a bit stunned) that my ‘world’ is featured on Freunde von Freunden. A big thank you to Shoko Wanger and Nicole Franzen.

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You Don’t Get Forever

What an incredibly moving talk: After Photojojo founder Amit Gupta was diagnosed with leukemia, the community rallied to find a very rare matching bone marrow donor.

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New poster by P98a

This quote by Jean-Luc Godard has always intrigued me. The discussion about style versus content is as old as the profession of graphic design, and he puts it into perspective.

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12 Modern Fonts

We have compile a list of Free Downloadable various type Fonts for personal & commercial use for Web Designers and Logo Artists by which you can save your money as well as time and focus on makin

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Expert Notice Board

Love this Expert Notice Board.

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Faces Sucked By Smartphone

The fascinating SUR-FAKE series by Antoine Geiger shows faces sucked by smartphones and screens. Wow.

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♥ / ArtSnacks

Big thanks to ArtSnacks for supporting my blog and RSS Feed. What would you make if art supplies came to your door every month?

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Why you should want to be a user experience developer

If you want to secure your future as a developer, become one of the new generation of user experience developers.

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MAPA updates Chilean housing block with textured brick facade


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iOS 9: An Introduction to Multitasking on iPad

Introduction

With iOS 9, Apple introduced a number of multitasking capabilities for iPad.

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New vs. Old: a Comparison of 23andMe's Health Reports and the Raw Data

"With much fanfare," writes an anonymous reader, "last month 23andMe returned to reporting health information to their genetic service customers.

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20 Free UI Kits to Download

This roundup contains a hand-picked selection of UI kits.

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Facebook Says It Has Advertisers in China Despite Ban

Facebook Says It Has Advertisers in China Despite Ban

Facebook's business is built on ads---and, ap

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Hipster Barbie Quits the Internet, Leaving Us Without a Hero

Hipster Barbie Quits the Internet, Leaving Us Without a Hero

Socality Barbie says goodbye

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After Victory, Airbnb Compares Its Influence to the NRA’s

After Victory, Airbnb Compares Its Influence to the NRA’s

During a news conference held on Wednes

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Core Data and Swift: Core Data Stack

Introduction

The Core Data framework has been around for many years. It's used in thousands of applications and by millions of people, both on iOS and OS X.

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PostCSS Deep Dive: Miscellaneous Goodies

Throughout this series we’ve been through many different categories of PostCSS plugins, offering all kinds of different advantages for your CSS development.

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Mastering WP_Query: Series Finale

Welcome to the end of the "Mastering WP_Query" series. It's been a long journey—this was one of the longest series in the history of Tuts+.

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An Introduction to Learning and Using DNS Records

Final product imageWhat You'll Be CreatingIntroduction

The Domain Name System (DNS) essentiall

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Adapting empathy maps for UX design

Empathy maps are a powerful tool for helping teams better understand users. But that doesn’t mean they are perfect. You should feel free to adapt them to your circumstances.

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Savory Dutch Baby

I only once had a Dutch Baby, but that one time left a huge impression. So happy I stumbled upon this recipe!

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GE CTO On Moving 9,000 Apps To the Public Cloud

StewBeans writes: The Wall Street Journal recently published a special report on the staggering growth of the hybrid cloud, citing research from multiple sources, including survey results from Gartner

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When to Use rel="nofollow"

The rel="nofollow" attribute informs search engines that a link is commercial in nature, or that it's a link you don't endorse.