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The hash of infinity in Python was hardcoded to have the digits of π

2019-05-23 18:45:09 Reddit programming

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Damian Conway: Why I love Perl 6

2019-05-23 18:39:37 Reddit programming

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Using Beacons, Geofences and Marker Scanning for Marketing Purposes

2019-05-23 18:34:24 Reddit programming

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From Pull to Push: Optimizing the Code Review Cycle with Automation

2019-05-23 17:39:43 Reddit programming

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Creating a Starcraft AI – Part 29: Biopuppers in action

2019-05-23 17:22:01 Reddit programming

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Replacing JavaScript: How eBay made a web app 50x faster by switching programming languages

2019-05-23 16:43:15 Reddit programming

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Access Modifiers in Java

2019-05-23 16:12:04 Olivera Popović

Introduction Modifiers are keywords that let us fine-tune access to our class and its members, their scope, and behavior in certain situations. For example, we can control which classes/objects can access certain members of our class, whether a class can be inherited or not, whether we can override a

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Git: Merge Branch into Master

2019-05-23 15:46:00 Jacob Stopak

One of Git's most powerful features is the ability to easily create and merge branches. Git's distributed nature encourages users to create new branches often and to merge them regularly as a part of the development process. This fundamentally improves the development workflow for most projects by encouraging smaller, more

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PostgreSQL 12 Beta 1 Released!

2019-05-23 15:40:11 Reddit programming

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Sourcetrail - Visual Source Explorer now supports Python

2019-05-23 15:33:14 Reddit programming

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Mona Lisa frown: Machine learning brings old paintings and photos to life

2019-05-23 15:23:58 Reddit programming

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Teaching a Car to Drive with PyTorch and Trajectory Optimization

2019-05-23 14:48:07 Reddit programming

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Why you should read on topics that you might not need right now?

2019-05-23 14:36:29 Reddit programming

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Bigint Shipping in Firefox

2019-05-23 14:34:30 Reddit programming

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Front-End Documentation, Style Guides and the Rise of MDX

2019-05-23 14:29:21 Ollie Williams

You can have the best open source project in the world but, if it doesn’t have good documentation, chances are it’ll never take off. In the office, good documentation could save you having to repeatedly answer the same questions. Documentation ensures that people can figure out how things work if key employees decide to leave the company or change roles. Well documented coding guidelines help bring consistency to a codebase. If you’re writing long-form text, Markdown is clearly a great … Read article The post Front-End Documentation, Style Guides and the Rise of MDX appeared first on CSS-Tricks.

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Strict null checking the Visual Studio Code codebase

2019-05-23 14:25:15 Reddit programming

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Teaching AI to play Flappy Bird

2019-05-23 14:04:11 Reddit programming

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App Thinning [SUBSCRIBER]

2019-05-23 13:00:00 Ray Wenderlich

In this screencast, you will learn how to thin out your app with App Slicing and On-Demand Resources.


Simulating A/B tests offline using counterfactual inference

2019-05-23 12:04:59 Reddit programming

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CSS can do that?

2019-05-23 11:51:10 Reddit programming

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