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A better Qt because of Open Source and KDE

2019-12-09 23:16:52 Reddit programming

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Formatting is Unreasonably Expensive for Embedded Rust

2019-12-09 22:23:02 Reddit programming

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Implementing a queryable map in Java

2019-12-09 21:53:18 Reddit programming

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How Facebook Avoids Ad Blockers

2019-12-09 21:40:56 Chris Coyier

Dylan Paulus: Facebook actually hides 'dummy' DOM nodes between the 'Sponsored' text. These values are entirely random characters, with a random number of DOM nodes between them. Invisible characters. At this point our CSS ad blocker is completely broken. There is no way for us to possibly code every possible value in CSS. We've covered this before when Mike Pan noted it. Looks like it's evolved a bit since then, getting even a little tricker. I just opened my … Read article The post How Facebook Avoids Ad Blockers appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

tags: Link,advertising,facebook


The Prize Is Not Given; You Have To Win It: How I Became a Self-Taught Developer

2019-12-09 21:15:07 Reddit programming

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Run C# natively in the browser through the web assembly via mono-wasm

2019-12-09 20:26:58 Reddit programming

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Why software projects should be lead by experienced technical staff

2019-12-09 20:08:25 Reddit programming

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Open Source Senior Engineer Jobsearch Course

2019-12-09 19:56:16 Reddit programming

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Things end users care about but programmers don't

2019-12-09 19:47:14 Reddit programming

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Microbit Programming: Introduction to AI – Letting Computer Play the Game

2019-12-09 19:44:03 ACMer

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tags: algorithms,javascript,microbit,programming languages,artificial intelligence,computer AI,computer plays game,decision making strategy,Javascript Programming,Microbit programming


Persisting JSON: A comparison of alternative binary formats and compression methods

2019-12-09 19:42:57 Reddit programming

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Terminal Essentials for Developers

2019-12-09 19:18:55 Reddit programming

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Playing Space Invaders Blind | RL & Cross Modality Transfer

2019-12-09 19:12:27 Reddit programming

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Music and Web Design

2019-12-09 18:39:53 Chris Coyier

Brad has a long history in music outside of being a web designer, and draws some interesting parallels. One is that he had reached for more complex music in an effort to become a better musician — and developers can do the same thing. The other is that the composition of music can be seen from very large parts down to very tiny parts, just like atomic design. I have two go-to connections between music and web design … Read article The post Music and Web Design appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

tags: Link,learning


Installing system packages in Docker with minimal bloat

2019-12-09 18:32:10 Reddit programming

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Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4.0 Released

2019-12-09 17:57:24 Reddit programming

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Understanding How OAuth2 Works

2019-12-09 17:28:42 Reddit programming

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An interview about building PySnooper to simplify debugging complex and legacy python projects

2019-12-09 16:14:10 Reddit programming

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A Handy Sass-Powered Tool for Making Balanced Color Palettes

2019-12-09 16:03:11 Stephanie Eckles

For those who may not come from a design background, selecting a color palette is often based on personal preferences. Choosing colors might be done with an online color tool, sampling from an image, "borrowing" from favorite brands, or just sort of randomly picking from a color wheel until a palette "just feels right." Our goal is to better understand what makes a palette "feel right" by exploring key color attributes with Sass color functions. By the end, you will … Read article The post A Handy Sass-Powered Tool for Making Balanced Color Palettes appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

tags: Article,color,Sass


An interview about how SnowflakeDB was built to provide a performant and flexible data platform for the cloud era

2019-12-09 16:00:41 Reddit programming

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