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55 minutes ago by asteroza
SoftBank Chief Is Said to Have Canceled Appearance at Saudi Conference - The New York Times
LONDON — The chief executive of the SoftBank Group, Masayoshi Son, one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest business partners, has canceled his appearance at an investment conference in Riyadh, the latest fallout from the death of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a person briefed on the matter said Tuesday.
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1 hour ago by satoyuta
Stocks Claw Their Way Back From an Early Slide Amid China Worries - The New York Times
Caterpillar set the tone when it warned that tariffs on steel were having an effect on costs, and China’s slowing economy pushed down demand for some 3M products.
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1 hour ago by satoyuta
When Sears Flourished, So Did Workers. At Amazon, It’s More Complicated. - The New York Times
Half a century ago, a typical Sears salesman could walk out of the store at retirement with a nest egg worth well over a million in today’s dollars, feathered with company stock. A warehouse worker hired now at Amazon who stays until retirement would leave with a fraction of that.
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1 hour ago by satoyuta
Timers In Swift (How To) – LearnAppMaking
Timers are super handy in Swift, from creating repeating tasks to scheduling work with a delay. This article explains how to create a timer in Swift. This article shows you how to use the Timer class, formerly known as NSTimer, to schedule timers.
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yesterday by krzemienski
Realistic Rendering of 3D Photogrammetry Model in ARKit | AppCoda
In this tutorial, I will go through the entire process of importing a 3D photogrammetry model into ARKit, and make it look as realistic as possible, using the tools that ARKit and SceneKit provide.
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yesterday by krzemienski
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yesterday by satoyuta
An Example of Ajax Searching with Vue.js
Last week I gave my very first presentation on Vue.js. In that talk I used the heck out of CodePen my demos. I love how simple it is, I love that folks can edit and run my code. All in all, it is a just a great platform that works really well with Vue.
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yesterday by plouf
iTunes Search API
The Search API allows you to place search fields in your website to search for content within the iTunes Store, App Store, iBooks Store and Mac App Store. You can search for a variety of content; including apps, iBooks, movies, podcasts, music, music videos, audiobooks, and TV shows.
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yesterday by plouf
Product Management in FinTech – Earnest Product Management – Medium
As a PM at Earnest, one of the questions I’m often asked is how being a PM at a financial technology company differs from Product Management at a traditional software company.
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yesterday by jasonpackham
Introduction WebExtensions
Ce tutoriel expliquera comment modifier les requêtes reçues (en réalité, vous pouvez également contrôler celles envoyées, les intercepter, en produire d’autres…).
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yesterday by plouf
E15 & Info.cz: Smart Future (🇨🇿) - honza dvorsky
I spoke at the Smart Future conference about the future of technology in the Czech Republic and beyond. The event was organized by E15 and Info.cz. I was also interviewed for the new InfoLAB magazine.
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yesterday by krzemienski
RedBull Podcast Interview (in Czech 🇨🇿) - honza dvorsky
I was interviewed on RedBull’s Czech podcast last month (apologies for the few of you who don’t speak that language ?). We spoke about my personal and professional life and how I ended up at Apple. You can listen to the full thing below as well.
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yesterday by krzemienski
Microservices – Neil McKinnon – Medium
In my line of work, I’m often asked questions like: “what are microservices?”, “why use microservices?”. Well… here goes… Fundamentally, microservices is not a new concept. They build upon decades-old ideas (such as component-based software).
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yesterday by plouf
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One of the most exciting areas of deep learning is computer vision. Through recent advances in convolutional neural nets we have been able to create self driving cars, facial detection systems and automated medical imagery analysis that out performs specialists just to name a few.
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yesterday by plouf
CFL Cornerback Taunts Receiver, Promptly Gets Destroyed - Digg
​And we're not talking the metaphorical "the receiver burned him and made the catch" kind of "destroyed.
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yesterday by Goldmanjordan
The 10 Best Books on Productivity and Time Management: 2018
Welcome to Reading Lists, comprehensive book guides from the Strategist designed to make you an expert (or at least a fascinating dinner-party companion) in hyperspecific or newsworthy topics, from microdosing and psychedelic therapy to French cooking.
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yesterday by dvand5
Microplastics found in 90 percent of table salt: potential health impacts?
Microplastics were found in sea salt several years ago. But how extensively plastic bits are spread throughout the most commonly used seasoning remained unclear. Now, new research shows microplastics in 90 percent of the table salt brands sampled worldwide.
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yesterday by dvand5

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