Companies can win targeting younger versions of the most valuable customer

There’s a particular set of Chris Dixon posts about startup strategy that I frequently refer back to. | Continue reading | 29 minutes ago

Tough Start to Trump Presidency Ends in No Collusion

For two years, Trump has been pushing his presidential agenda uphill through a legal tangle of investigations. How will the Trump… | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Docker 101: Fundamentals and Practice

Start using docker today after these 4 "Hello, World!" examples | Continue reading | 1 hour ago

Benchmarking .Net Core 3.0-Preview4 on Lambda

Now that 3.0-preview4 is out, I’ve re-run the same benchmark and a more realistic one. In this post, I’ll present the results. | Continue reading | 3 hours ago

JavaScript Frameworks – Know It’s Lifecycles Hooks

I started my Web development journey a little over five years ago. My first JavaScript framework was BackboneJs, and I am so glad it… | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

Working at Major Banks as a Developer

What is it like working at a Bank as an application developer? I have been asked this several times, specially the times I was recruiting… | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

Datacoral: Innovations to Unleash the Power of Data

Datacoral’s Data Programming Language backed by a Fully Serverless Runtime Platform allows its customers to automate data pipelines. | Continue reading | 4 hours ago

Lexical differential highlighting instead of syntax highlighting

In 2013 I was working in nuclear power plant automation. Can’t talk much since I still haven’t figured out which part of it was classified… | Continue reading | 5 hours ago

On Being Introverted in Academia

I don’t really like people. I don’t mean that I’m a misanthrope (people can be a wonderful force for good, but that’s a different blog… | Continue reading | 7 hours ago

Satellite Constellations and Radio Astronomy

In the San Augustine Plains of central New Mexico, 27 radio telescopes stand tall, operating nearly 24 hours, 7 days a week capturing… | Continue reading | 8 hours ago

How to build a system to understand yourself

The Human Log | Continue reading | 8 hours ago

Appearance of New Species After Mass Extinction Obeys Evolutionary ‘Speed Limit’

How long will it take life on Earth to recover from the current climate and biodiversity crises? According to a new study of planktonic… | Continue reading | 9 hours ago

Guide To: The Mental Battle

Earlier this week, I spent eight days in hospital waiting for a possible diagnosis of heart disease. The hardest part was not the day of… | Continue reading | 10 hours ago

It’s Sunday morning and my Airbnb account has been hacked

(based on a true story, for educational purposes only :) | Continue reading | 11 hours ago

The Grass Roots Approach to Solve Climate Change

Each year, compensate the per capita carbon emissions of your home country to become an ACNI, and pave the way for a sustainable society. | Continue reading | 12 hours ago

Things You Should Say “No” to for a Happier 2019

A lot of people think happiness is about saying “yes” to the right stuff. Well, that’s one side of a coin. There are many things we say… | Continue reading | 12 hours ago

How to Prevent Burnout and How to Recover from It

I have written about burnout before. It is a very nasty problem and I, like many others, have suffered from it — but I think I figured out… | Continue reading | 15 hours ago

Validations and Callbacks on Different Events in Ruby ️

Validations | Continue reading | 18 hours ago

My (Brief) Experience with Joe Armstrong

Wow, some timing. Almost literally immediately after I wrote my blog post about Lisp Flavoured Erlang, I hear news about Joe Armstrong… | Continue reading | 19 hours ago

Lessons Learned from the Mueller Report

Also, the biggest unanswered question. The biggest irony. And the most ludicrous bit. | Continue reading | 21 hours ago

Show HN: Write Medium Post with Markdown

It just works. | Continue reading | 21 hours ago

Bots on both sides in Indian election

Automated accounts drive pro- and anti-Modi traffic | Continue reading | 22 hours ago

In Reality: A New Worldview Just for You

Welcome. My name is David Siegel. I’ve written this essay to help young people in today’s society use the scientific method to understand… | Continue reading | 23 hours ago

The Unexpected Physics of Ketchup: An Introduction to Non-Newtonian Fluids

Ketchup doesn’t play by the rules. Physics is all around us, even in our food. Learn about viscosity, fluid flow, and why it’s important. | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Extracting knowledge from knowledge graphs using Facebook Pytorch BigGraph

Deep dive to Facebook Pytorch BigGraph. | Continue reading | 1 day ago

How to avoid this React Hooks performance pitfall

React Hooks promise to avoid the overhead of class components while delivering all the same benefits. For example, they allow us to write… | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Let's Make More Calm Technology

Why I created Accent, the smart picture frame with a pop of color and no cables | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Lyra McKee

Lyra McKee had a talent for inspiring people. In 2012, when she first approached me about becoming a distance learning student on my MA… | Continue reading | 1 day ago

Should you build a full-stack startup? 7 factors for consider

Full-stack startups, Atrium for X, managed marketplaces, software eats services. How to succeed? | Continue reading | 2 days ago

The Female Spy Who Helped Win World War II

Virginia Hall was an unlikely hero, but she managed to establish a crucial spy circuit in occupied France that helped change the course of World War II. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

How can we bring transparency to urban tech? These icons are a first step

We brought people around the world together to co-create a visual language to demystify the tech in cities. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Breached data: stats and graphical representation (haveibeenpwned source)

Breached data in details: stats, highlights and graphical representation of Have I Been Pwned data. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

How to Set the Default Browser on iOS

In this blog post I will show you a useful hack we recently discovered to set your default browser on iOS, how you can use it and other… | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Claude Shannon’s “Creative Thinking” Speech (2017)

A speech from one of the 20th century’s most brilliant minds about how to be creative. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Why We’re Leaving Winthrop House

An Op-Ed by Allison J. Scharmann and Caroline R. Kaufman | Continue reading | 2 days ago

When TypeScripts' string enums don't quite get you there

… when TS’ string enums don’t quite get you there. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Stanford ML Releases MRNet Knee MRI Dataset

The Stanford ML Group led by Andrew Ng has released its MRNet Dataset, which contains more than 1000 annotated knee MRI Scans; and… | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Explore 400 Years of Maps in Google Earth

Today we’re bringing back a layer that has long been a favorite of ours on Google Earth — the Historical Map Collection from David Rumsey | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Tchap: The super (not) secure app of the French government

On Wednesday 17th April 2019, the French Government launched a messaging application called “Tchap”. The day of the launch a lot of… | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Pragmatic Front-End Testing Strategies (3)

Part 3: Testing Logic in State Management Using Cypress | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Facebook Randomly Wired Neural Networks Outperform Humans for Image Recognition

Neural networks for image recognition have matured from simple chain-like models to structures with multiple wiring paths. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Software testing: why is it so important?

Software testing is the new trend nowadays both for programmers, both for business. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

SuperGLUE: A New Hope Against Muppetkind

Over the past year, a machine learning models have dramatically improved scores across many language understanding tasks in NLP. ELMo… | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Laraberg Beta, a Gutenberg Implementation for Laravel

A Gutenberg implementation for Laravel | Continue reading | 2 days ago

I Talk About Smalltalk Even Though I’m Working in Java

It might seem strange to bring up the way things are done in Smalltalk while working in another language. It can lead to all kinds of… | Continue reading | 2 days ago

The data driven way to build a technical organization

A guide to a more data driven approach to hiring, promoting, and offering salaries to engineers. | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Building a Data Driven Sales Team – Defining the Metrics and KPIs

Defining the Metrics and Key Performance Indicators of the Sales Team @Beamery | Continue reading | 2 days ago

Tips for Developing User-Facing Tools in Jupyter Notebooks

At Zymergen, we use Jupyter notebooks to quickly create user interfaces for rapidly developed tools. In this post, we share code samples… | Continue reading | 2 days ago