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Building a Python Code Review Scheduler: Processing Log

In this tutorial series, you'll see how to build a code review scheduler using Python.

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Building With the Twitter API: Analyzing Your Followers

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Staples Tries Co-Working Spaces To Court Millennials And Entrepreneurs

Are there any Slashdot readers who are doing their work in co-working spaces?

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IwamotoScott organises San Francisco home around light-filled stairwell

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How to Use the WordPress REST API's Index Route

 

The WordPress REST API is a new addition to the WordPress core and has the potential to change the way we interact with WordPress.

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Docker From the Ground Up: Working With Containers, Part 2

This is part two of a two-part series about working with Docker containers.

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Quick Tip: Create Autosizing Text With Android O

The first developer preview of Android O has arrived!

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Docker From the Ground Up: Working With Containers, Part 1

This is part one of a two-part series about working with Docker containers.

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Programming With Yii2: Building a RESTful API

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Business Fundamentals Made Clear

I wish I would have access to these lessons in business fundamentals when I started out 11 years ago.

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Confetti High Fives

My life is complete, I have found device that enables me to have Confetti High Fives. (Thanks Karen)

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Cast Iron Pizza Pan

This Cast Iron Pizza Pan looks fantastic. You can also use it to cook tortillas, quesadillas, grilled cheese sandwiches and more. (via)

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You’re Nothing Special: How to Stand Out in a Crowded Marketplace

With so many web designers and agencies out there, how do you stand out from the crowd? Why should clients hire you over the competition?

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Creativity

“Creativity is a combination of discipline and a childlike spirit.” – Robert Greene (via)

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Scented Herb Set by Tattly

Yesterday team Tattly launched these herb scented temporary tattoos by water color artist Vincent Jeannerot. A perfect gift for all my cooking obsessed friends.

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GM Hooking 30,000 Robots To Internet To Keep Factories Humming

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: General Motors has connected about a quarter of its 30,000 factory robots to the internet, and the largest U.S.

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Utah Supreme Court Ruling Bars Direct Sales of Teslas Through a Subsidiary

The Utah Supreme court has ruled on Monday that the state's regulators could prohibit an auto manufacturer from having ownership interest in a dealer.

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Former Snapchat Employee Presses To Unseal Allegedly Doctored Usage Statistics

In early January, a former Snapchat employee named Anthony Pompliano filed a lawsuit against the company claiming they reported false growth numbers to investors in an effort to inflate its valuation.

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Gigabyte Firmware Bugs Allow the Installation of BIOS/UEFI Ransomware

An anonymous reader writes from a report via BleepingComputer: Last week, at the BlackHat Asia 2017 security conference, researchers from cyber-security firm Cylance disclosed two vulnerabilities in t

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Security Researcher Says Samsung's Tizen OS Is The Worst Code He's Ever Seen

Samsung has been working on its Tizen operating system for several years now, implementing it into its various televisions and smartwatches.

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'Extreme Vetting' Would Require Visitors To US To Share Contacts, Passwords

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Trump administration is considering whether or not to deploy "extreme vetting" practices at airports around the world, which could force tourists from Britain

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IoT Garage Door Opener Maker Bricks Customer's Product After Bad Review

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Denis Grisak, the man behind the Internet-connected garage opener Garadget, is having a very bad week.

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People Think Smart Home Tech is Too Expensive

According to new research commissioned by smart home software and hardware brand Wink, 34 percent of Americans believe it would cost $5,000 or more to turn their home into a smart home.

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Web Inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee Slams UK and US Net Plans

The web's creator has attacked any UK plans to weaken encryption and promised to battle any moves by the Trump administration to weaken net neutrality.

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More Than a Hoodie: How We Talk About Developers

An anonymous reader shares an article: For generations, movies, video games, and tv shows have portrayed the developer as either an awkward hoodie-wearing nerd, or an insane and menacing basement dwel

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A Case For Why Movie-Theater Experience Is Still Worth the Effort

It's all but confirmed that major Hollywood studios are chalking out plans to make movies available in the home mere weeks after their theatrical debuts.

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Bill Would Stop Warrantless Border Device Searches of US Citizens

Senators Ron Wyden and Rand Paul as well as Reps.

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Some Hackathon Hustlers Make Their Living From Corporate Coding Contests

Some coders go from one marathon hacking session to another, subsisting on prize money and schwag.

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Why Intel Insists Rumors Of The Demise Of Moore's Law Are Greatly Exaggerated

From an article on FastCompany: Intel hasn't lost its zeal for big leaps in computing, even as it changes the way it introduces new chips, and branches beyond the PC processor into other areas like co

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Student Loan Debt Has Nearly Tripled

An anonymous reader shares a report: Recent college graduates who borrow are leaving school with an average of $34,000 in student loans.

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5 helpful tips for inspiring colleagues to embrace change

We need colleagues to change. Whether creating a better experience or encouraging digital thinking. We need them to do things in a different way.

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Beyond 1280

Bei all dem Affentanz, der in den letzten fünf Jahren um das Mobile-First-Konzept betrieben wurde, blieb leider ein scheinbar exotisches Nutzungszenario auf der Strecke: Der gute alte große B

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Micro hostel with tiny concrete rooms installed by Zhang Ke in old Beijing hutong

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It’s here! The User Experience Revolution has arrived.

Today sees the launch of my new book the User Experience Revolution. A practical battle plan for building a user centric culture starting in the trenches.

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Friday Link Pack

In this beautifully shot video, four skateboarders discover the joys of skating on the frozen sand of a Norwegian beach.

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House Approves Bill To Force Public Release of EPA Science

schwit1 quotes a report from Associated Press: House Republicans are taking aim at the Environmental Protection Agency, targeting the way officials use science to develop new regulations.

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Flow state

I watched my coworker Emerline use Flowstate and it blew my mind. It is a writing tool designed to snowball a person’s primal focus into a serene state of creative flow.

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How To Open A New Book

How To Open A New Book: “Never force the back: if it does not readily yield, it is too tightly or strongly lined!