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How to Learn Angular

A five-step guide designed to help you learn Angular effectively.

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Serialization and Deserialization of Python Objects: Part 1

Python object serialization and deserialization is an important aspect of any non-trivial program.

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Optimize Your Mobile Application for Google

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

Have you ever wondered how those mysterious l

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Intricate Letters Hand-Cut from Paper

How incredibly stunning is this hand-cut paper by Annie Vought?

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Latest Windows 10 Update Breaks PowerShell

whoever57 writes: According to a report via InfoWorld, the latest Windows 10 update [KB 3176934] breaks Desired State Configuration (DSC) functionality in PowerShell.

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Self-Driving Cars Aren't Going To Be So Great Until We Make Our Maps Better

Uber is debuting its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh this month, a move that has many taxi drivers upset.

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HP Hit With Age-Discrimination Suit Claiming Old Workers Purged

Hewlett-Packard started laying off workers in 2012, before it separated into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise last year. The company has continued to cut thousands of jobs since.

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MIT Scientists Develop New Wi-Fi That's 330% Faster

An anonymous reader quotes a report from MSN: Scientists at MIT claim to have created a new wireless technology that can triple Wi-Fi data speeds while also doubling the range of the signal.

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Bill Nye Explains That the Flooding In Louisiana Is the Result of Climate Change

Reader mspohr writes: Our favorite science guy has an interview (and video) in Quartz where he explains how Louisiana flooding is due to climate change:"As the ocean gets warmer, which it is getting,

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Apple Under Tim Cook: More Socially Responsible, Less Visionary

Let's talk about Apple, unarguably one of the most remarkable companies on the face of the earth.

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Earth-Like Planet, With Ambitious Life Possibility, Found Orbiting the Star Next Door

There's another Earth out there. For real, this time. Astronomers announced on Wednesday that they had detected a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest neighbor to our solar system.

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The US Army Has Too Many Video Games

An anonymous reader shares a Motherboard report:The US Army sees itself in a transitional period.

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Cloudflare Faces Lawsuit For Assisting Pirate Sites

An anonymous reader shares a TorrentFreak report: In recent months CloudFlare has been called out repeatedly for offering its services to known pirate sites, including The Pirate Bay.

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Over 25 Million Accounts Stolen After Mail.ru Forums Hacked

An anonymous reader writes: Over 25 million accounts associated with forums hosted by Russian internet giant Mail.ru have been stolen by hackers.

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NASA's Outsourced Computer People Are Even Worse Than You Might Expect

Eric berger, writing for ArsTechnica: As part of a plan to help NASA "modernize" its desktop and laptop computers, the space agency signed a $2.5 billion services contract with HP Enterprise Services

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Singapore To Cut Off Public Servants From the Internet

Singapore is planning to cut off web access for public servants as a defence against potential cyber attack, Reuters reports.

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'Legalist' Startup Automates The Lawsuit Strategy Peter Thiel Used To Bankrupt Gawker

An anonymous reader writes from a report via Gizmodo: "Two Harvard undergraduates have created a service called Legalist that uses what they call 'data-backed litigation financing,' analyzing civil la

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YouTube Plans To Bring Photos, Polls, and Text To Its Video Service

An anonymous reader quotes a report from VentureBeat: YouTube is developing a feature internally called Backstage where users can share photos, polls, links, text posts, and videos with their subscrib

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World's Largest Aircraft Crashes Its Second Flight

Not too long after it completed its first test flight, the Airlander 10 -- the world's largest aircraft -- has crashed its second test flight.

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Tiny cabin in Rhode Island by 3six0 provides retreat for local artist


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Bridging React With Other Popular Web Languages

React is a view library written in JavaScript, and so it is agnostic of any stack configuration and can make an appearance in practically any web application that is using HTML and JavaScript for i

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Envato Turns 10 Today!

Envato 10th birthday celebrations

Today marks the

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Designing, Wireframing & Prototyping an Android App: Part 2

In part one of this two-part series, I showed you how to take an i

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How to Set Up Downloadable Products in OpenCart

As with most other e-commerce frameworks, OpenCart also provides built-in support for digital products, allowing you set up and sell downloadable products out of the box.

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Building a WordPress-Powered Front End: A Custom Directive for Post Listing

In the previous part of the series, we bootstrapped our AngularJS application, configured routing for different views, and built services around routes for posts, users, and categories.

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How to Build an Award-Winning Web Design Team

Tips and techniques for hiring, helping cultivate the skills of team members, and creating a productive team culture.

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How SSL/TLS Encryption Hides Malware

Around 65% of the internet's one zettabyte of global traffic uses SSL/TLS encryption -- but Slashdot reader River Tam shares an article recalling last August when 910 million web browsers were potenti

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New Coffee Break Course: Understanding OAuth

Typical internet users connect to lots of different services and web applications.

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All Right, Call Me A Businessman

“…When you make something, when you improve something, when you deliver something, when you add some new thing or service to the lives of strangers, making them happier, or healthier, or s

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RSpec Testing for Beginners, Part 3

In this final article about RSpec basics, we cover a few iffy parts you can and should avoid, how you should compose your tests, why you should avoid the database as much as possible, and how to sp

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Solid-State Battery Could Extinguish Fire Risks

An anonymous reader writes: "Researchers have designed a new type of battery that, unlike traditional models containing liquid or gel electrolytes, consists purely of solid chemical compounds and is n

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What's New in WordPress 4.6?

On 16 August 2016, WordPress 4.6 (codenamed "Pepper") was released to the public. As with every release of the CMS, there's a lot to review when it comes to what has been updated or introduced.

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Android From Scratch: Understanding Android Broadcasts

Most of us are all too familiar with announcements in public places. They are loud messages that are meant to inform large groups of people about something important.

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Editing Images in CSS: Combining Techniques

In last two tutorials of this series, we have discussed how filters and blend modes can completely change the appearance of images.

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Create a Custom Caching Adapter in OpenCart

No matter the web framework you’re working with, caching is an important tool to have in the kitty to improve the overall performance of your website.

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♥ / Canopy

Big thanks to Canopy for sponsoring my RSS Feed and blog this week. Amazon is a great place to shop, but it’s not the best place to discover new, beautiful things.

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Building a WordPress-Powered Front End With the WP REST API and AngularJS: Bootstrapping, Routing, and Services

In the previous part of this series about building a WordPress-powered front end with the WP REST API and AngularJS, we analyzed project requirements, assessed wireframes, downloaded and compiled t

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Simplicity

I used to love live model drawing at university. Frédéric Forest’s Instagram feed makes me want to pick it back up.

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Uniquely Unique

“… Because, while we’re each unique, we have far more in common than we’re comfortable admitting.

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New RancherOS Offers Lean Linux Functionality Within Docker Containers

RancherOS is a lean Linux distribution aiming to offer "the minimum necessary to get Docker up and running," and tucking many actual Linux services into Docker containers.
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