After announcing a year-long pilot of pop-up shops in the UK earlier this week to sell items from smaller marketplace merchants, Amazon has added another development to its brick-and-mortar efforts in the country. Starting today, the company is setting up physical kiosks, initially in train stations, to sell passers-by a rotating range of items at discounted
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Getsafe, the German insurance startup targeting millennials, has raised $17 million (€15m) in a Series A funding. The round is led by Earlybird, with CommerzVentures and other existing investors also participating, while the capital will be used for European expansion. Notably, the company plans to launch in the U.K. by the end of the year.
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The big social networks and video games have failed to prioritize user well-being over their own growth. As a result, society is losing the battle against bullying, predators, hate speech, misinformation and scammers. Typically when a whole class of tech companies have a dire problem they can’t cost-effectively solve themselves, a software-as-a-service emerges to fill
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Like clockwork, Google has filed a legal appeal against the €1.49 billion ($1.7BN) antitrust penalty the European Commission slapped on its search ad brokering business three months ago. The Telegraph reported late yesterday that the appeal had been lodged in the General Court of the European Union in Brussels. A Google spokesperson confirmed the appeal
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Microsoft and Oracle announced a new alliance today that will see the two companies directly connect their clouds over a direct network connection so that their users can then move workloads and data seamlessly between the two. This alliance goes a bit beyond just basic direct connectivity and also includes identity interoperability. This kind of
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Medical testing giant LabCorp. said today personal and financial data on some 7.7 million consumers were exposed by a breach at a third-party billing collections firm. That third party — the American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA) — also recently notified competing firm Quest Diagnostics that an intrusion in its payments Web site exposed personal, financial and
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For almost the past month, key computer systems serving the government of Baltimore, Md. have been held hostage by a ransomware strain known as “Robbinhood.” Media publications have cited sources saying the Robbinhood version that hit Baltimore city computers was powered by “Eternal Blue,” a hacking tool developed by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)
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May was a momentous month, which marked a victory for sanity and pragmatism over irrational paranoia. I’m obviously not talking about politics. I’m talking about Microsoft finally — finally! but credit to them for doing this nonetheless! — removing the password expiration policies from their Windows 10 security baseline. Although NIST and others precede this
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Image: Pexels Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference officially kicks off on Monday in San Jose, California. If you weren’t able to snag a ticket to this year’s conference (or you’re just interested in the software announcements), you can catch a lot of the action online. The keynote, which starts at 1pm ET/10am PT on Monday is
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One morning earlier this month, a group of 10 men and teenage boys gathered for a photo shoot in a small studio on the Lower East Side. The overall mood was chill; as the music of Nipsey Hussle, 50 Cent and Wale filled the room, they chatted amiably in between shots, laughing, joking and moving
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Just because you see does not mean you observe.  The difference between seeing and observing is fundamental to many aspects of life. Observation is more than simply seeing something, but rather a mental process involving both visual and thought. In A Scandal in Bohemia, Sherlock Holmes teaches Watson the difference between seeing and observing: “When
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I’m going to tell you a story about who owns the JavaScript language commons, how we got here, and why we need to change it. It’s a story about money as much as it is about Javascript— money and ownership and control. I’m going to tell you the version of the story I know how
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In a previous article, I already introduced manifolds and their, ahem, manifold ways. Among the many interesting comments I received about this article, some were dealing with a basic question, namely how to measure the properties of a manifold. In this article, I want to present a few concepts from Morse theory, one of the
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Speaking to a source familiar with the company’s plans, Android Police has learned that Samsung will likely begin its wind-down of the headphone jack – and even physical keys for functions like volume and power – with the Galaxy Note 10. The Note 10 will have no 3.5mm connector, and exterior buttons (power, volume, Bixby)
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Image: HBO Games of Thrones might finally be over, but HBO is coming in strong this month with reasons for you to keep that subscription going. Big Little Lies Season 2 officially kicks off on June 9th on the network, and the series premieres of three new HBO series will come along later in the
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Image: Pexels Living in an area impacted by a flood can be a traumatic event, made even wore if you’re not prepared. In light of potential flooding around the US, this week the FDA shared some tips on what to do when you’re cleaning up after a flood, specifically what to do to clean up.
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Are you Watsi’s next Software Engineer? Watsi is a nonprofit that builds technology to administer health financing systems in emerging markets. We put patients first in everything we do, and are committed to helping countries around the world accelerate progress towards universal health coverage. We’re hiring a Software Engineer to help us develop Meso –
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Legalist (YC S16) Is Hiring 2 days ago | hide Legalist | San Francisco & London | Software Engineer | Full-Time | Onsite or remote Legalist is a small, fast-growing fintech startup (YC S16) disrupting a burgeoning multi-billion dollar alternative asset class. In short, we invest in lawsuits. We’re the first quantitative investment firm to
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Canadian government regulators are using the country’s powerful new anti-spam law to pursue hefty fines of up to a million dollars against Canadian citizens suspected of helping to spread malicious software. In March 2019, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) — Canada’s equivalent of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), executed a search warrant
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At Atomwise, we invented the first deep learning neural networks for structure-based small molecule drug discovery and we’re currently deploying it in one of the largest applications of machine learning for life sciences. We work on Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, drug-resistant antibiotics, safe pesticides, among treatments for other diseases. We’ve partnered with 4 of the top-10
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The Valley’s rocky history with clean tech investing has been well-documented. Startups focused on non-emitting generation resources were once lauded as the next big cash cow, but the sector’s hype quickly got away from reality. Complex underlying science, severe capital intensity, slow-moving customers, and high-cost business models outside the comfort zones of typical venture capital,
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The Web site for Fortune 500 real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp. [NYSE:FAF] leaked hundreds of millions of documents related to mortgage deals going back to 2003, until notified this week by KrebsOnSecurity. The digitized records — including bank account numbers and statements, mortgage and tax records, Social Security numbers, wire transaction
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Ogusers[.]com — a forum popular among people involved in hijacking online accounts and conducting SIM swapping attacks to seize control over victims’ phone numbers — has itself been hacked, exposing the email addresses, hashed passwords, IP addresses and private messages for nearly 113,000 forum users. On May 12, the administrator of OGusers explained an outage
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Location: Morocco (now) Remote: Yes (Will match your timezone) Willing to relocate: Temporarily Technologies: NodeJS, ReactJS, MongoDB, Redis, AWS, SQL based databases, Solidity/Etheureum Résumé/CV: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1a1s7be2Fw–L97v2hq8_7iE17y… – My experience is mostly a mix of freelance work and own built project. I also have a Master’s Degree in Big Data. Email: ledevzl@gmail.com
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A look at hundreds of startups rebuilding affordable housing from the ground up Daniel Wu 8 hours Daniel Wu Contributor Dan Wu is a privacy counsel and legal engineer at Immuta. He holds a JD from Harvard University, and is a PhD candidate for Social Policy and Sociology at The Harvard Kennedy School. More posts
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Cambridge University has proposed setting up a research center tasked with coming up with scalable technological fixes for climate change. The proposed Center for Climate Repair is being co-ordinated by David King, an emeritus professor in physical chemistry at the university and also the UK government’s former chief scientific adviser. Speaking to the BBC this
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Favorited Favorite 70 Overview Schematics are our map to designing, building, and troubleshooting circuits. Understanding how to read and follow schematics is an important skill for any electronics engineer. This tutorial should turn you into a fully literate schematic reader! We’ll go over all of the fundamental schematic symbols: Then we’ll talk about how those
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Introduction One plenary session of the 2019 Researcher to Reader (R2R) Conference was a debate on the proposition “Resolved: Sci-Hub is doing more good than harm to scholarly communication.” Arguing in favor of the resolution was Daniel Himmelstein, a postdoctoral fellow in genomics at the University of Pennsylvania. Arguing against it was Justin Spence, partner and
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This device uses a frequency comb laser to emit and modulate microwaves wirelessly. The laser uses different frequencies of light beating together to generate microwave radiation. The researchers used this phenomenon to send a song wirelessly to a receiver. Credit: Marco Piccardo/Harvard SEAS You’ve never heard Dean Martin like this. Researchers from the Harvard John
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Last issue of Paleotronic, my article on RPG games focused on the birth of RPG games on home computers. It looked at how they were heavily turn based text adventures, inspired by the likes of Dungeons & Dragons board games. This issue of Paleotronic is all about the moon, so to tie in to the
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The company’s industrial design team, responsible for establishing the look and feel of all of Apple’s products, is undergoing its most pronounced turnover in decades. Photo: Stephanie Keith/Getty Images By Tripp Mickle Tripp Mickle The Wall Street Journal Biography @trippmickle tripp.mickle@wsj.com Updated April 25, 2019 5:58 p.m. ET Apple Inc.’s AAPL -0.91% close-knit industrial design
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Each team is asked to select, explain, and rank their top 8 values in order of importance. Open Communication We hire people that we trust, and that trust comes with responsibility. We expect every member of our team to be proactive in communicating their thoughts, feelings, and challenges. If you aren’t comfortable asking for help
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Photo: Claire Lower People lose their minds for ramps, and I get it. They are a very good vegetable, and the limited-time-only nature of the allium drives their appeal. But those things are expensive. Do not misunderstand me: I am very excited to eat the ramps in my fridge. However, the real garlicky, oniony, vibrant-hued,
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Remember those ear-damagingly loud Sun Chip bags? They were a massive eco-friendly effort to be the first 100% compostable potato chip bag—and were swiftly ditched after complaints that the bags were so loud they could cause hearing loss. Chip and other snack bags present a hell of a problem for recycling facilities because of their
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Vice President, Sales At Shoptiques, we have two primary goals: First, we want to enable customers to buy one-of-a-kind merchandise that they can’t find anywhere else from the best local shops. Secondly, we want to provide small businesses with solutions that allow them to compete on a global scale. As a shopper, you can discover
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18 Apr 2019 This article teaches the fundamentals of parser combinators to people who are already Rust programmers. It assumes no other knowledge, and will explain everything that isn’t directly related to Rust, as well as a few of the more unexpected aspects of using Rust for this purpose. It will not teach you Rust
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Untold History of AI: Why Alan Turing Wanted AI Agents to Make Mistakes – IEEE Spectrum 1 Apr 2019 | 14:57 GMT Infallibility isn’t the same thing as intelligence By Oscar Schwartz Photo-illustration: IEEE Spectrum; Turing Photo: Archivio GBB/Contrasto/Redux Advertisement Editor’s Picks The history of AI is often told as the story of machines getting
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(CNN) — Coastlines are one of the most alluring of our planet’s geographical features. The clash of land and water is often mesmerizing, as are the plants, animals and human activities that flourish along a shore. In classic novella “Heart of Darkness,” seafaring author Joseph Conrad wrote that all coasts are shrouded in mystery, with
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I have been intermittent fasting for over one year. I skip breakfast each day and eat two meals, the first around 1pm and the second around 8pm. Then, I fast for 16 hours until I start eating again the next day at 1pm. Surprisingly, since I’ve started intermittent fasting I’ve increased muscle mass (up 10
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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has halted, without explanation, the recent U.S. government practice of disclosing the current size of the nuclear weapons stockpile. The decision was revealed in a recent Department of Energy letter to the Federation of American Scientists, a private group that studies nuclear weapons issues and advocates for government openness on
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About MTailor MTailor sells custom clothing by measuring you with your phone’s camera on iOS and Android. MTailor’s computer vision technology is 20% more accurate than a professional tailor. We can deliver your entire wardrobe – jeans, dress shirts, suits, and even t-shirts. MTailor is the first easy and accessible way to experience the luxury
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Weed WeekWhether you’re a seasoned smoker or a first-timer at the dispensary, we’ve got everything you need to hack your high.   A brief list of things you shouldn’t do while high: drive, online shop, watch any Pixar film, Venmo a friend, give advice—but what about running or lifting weights? While everyone’s reactions to cannabis’s intoxicating
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Weed WeekWhether you’re a seasoned smoker or a first-timer at the dispensary, we’ve got everything you need to hack your high.   Besides oils and tinctures, you can now consume CBD in the form of infused gummies, gourmet desserts, and even the seltzer offered at a certain boutique gynecology office. The marketing is definitely ahead of
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We all need a little area where we can decompress after a long day, when we’re in a bad mood or when we just need a little alone time. For you, that might mean relaxing in a hot bath or reading a book in your favorite quiet spot. For kids, a dedicated calming area can
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Photo: A.A. Newton Summer is rapidly approaching, and with it, grilling season. While steak enthusiasts are eager to bend your ear about home dry-aging experiments or that massive tomahawk they splurged on, it’s medium-rare to hear someone rave about chuck steak. Talk about a missed opportunity: Chuck is an incredibly flavorful, versatile, and affordable part
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Lambda School is a combination of a school and an investment fund. Lambda School’s mission is to find untapped or underutilized talent, and to train that talent for the most in-demand jobs in the world. Lambda School is pioneering a new model of higher education in which the school invests in the students, instead of
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XIX is hiring front end developers 1 day ago | hide As a front end engineer, you’ll be responsible for improving XIX web client using your extensive knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. You will work with real-time data streams, engineer for performance across browsers, and delight people by making the best software you can
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Indian information technology (IT) outsourcing and consulting giant Wipro Ltd. [NYSE:WIT] is investigating reports that its own IT systems have been hacked and are being used to launch attacks against some of the company’s customers, multiple sources tell KrebsOnSecurity. Wipro has refused to respond to questions about the alleged incident. Earlier this month, KrebsOnSecurity heard independently
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The Games 80 Days An interactive fiction adaptation of “Around the World in Eighty Days”, but that’s selling it short. Phenomentally crafted, and so expansive and freeform it’s possible to have multiple playthroughs without reading the same thing twice. 868-HACK The most elegant roguelike I’ve ever played. Every single move you take is the difference
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Weed WeekWhether you’re a seasoned smoker or a first-timer at the dispensary, we’ve got everything you need to hack your high.   If you’re high right now, here’s a question that might cause your brain to short-circuit: Why exactly do we associate pot with 4/20? Is it the birthday of some mythological cannabis deity? Does it
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Looking for a concise ClickBank University 2.0 review devoid of fluff? You’re in the right place! You’ll soon be gathering more information to guide your purchasing decisions. I first got to know about the program a couple of months ago from one of the make money online forums I belong to and got curious. When
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YC interview invites are coming out tomorrow night! For many, getting into Y Combinator feels like an offer you can’t refuse. You’re now a part of an exclusive, illustrious club with the likes of Airbnb, Stripe, and Dropbox! Who’d say no to that? But for us, when Dalton called my twin brother Harry to tell
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As the usual string of expensive summer blockbusters unspools, with its unpredictable array of commercial triumphs (“The Mummy Returns”) and disappointments (“Pearl Harbor”), it should be heartening to film fans that a classic sleeper can still find room in a marketplace filled with bloated extravaganzas nurtured by gray-suited greedheads. For a quick spiritual pick-me-up, consider
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Photo: Meghan Moravcik Walbert    At least once or twice a month, I notice that one of my son’s T-shirts has gotten too small or the hemline of a pair of pants has crept up too far, and I think to myself, “It’s time to put that in the ‘Donate’ pile.” Each time, I’m sure
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Weed WeekWhether you’re a seasoned smoker or a first-timer at the dispensary, we’ve got everything you need to hack your high.   I don’t use weed, but the one time I did I ended up in an emergency room. It was after a holiday party and I was certain that when the ambulance came, I would
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Solve Problems We hire problem-solvers in every role. We hire people who can identify & solve problems as they arise, and push themselves to solve these problems better and better over time in novel ways. This enables every part of the company to continuously self-improve and confront difficult problems on their own. These improvements will
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Velodyne Lidar | SE, ME, EE, Ph | Full-time | ONSITE | San Jose We are looking for multiple contributors with the following background: – Software Engineer with hardware integration / robotics experience (C/C++ & python) – Mechanical Engineer with Solidworks and industrial automation expertise – Electrical Engineer with hardware integration and software experience –
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SEEKING WORK – Houston, TX (US Central) / Remote Hey there! I’m a full stack web developer who’s worked with S&P 500 companies, agencies and individuals to create fast, responsive applications that combine tricky technical problem solving with solid UI/UX. Current availability: Available starting May. Recent hits: – Led development of a search application with
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SEEKING WORK – Product Designer I’ve been designing products for SaaS startups since 2011. If you’re looking for an experienced product designer, I’d love to help. You can check out my projects in these links below: http://caleblai.dribbble.com/ http://www.caleblai.com/ and a few references from my clients: http://www.alphaio.co/references/ I also code a lot: http://casestudy-three.alphaio.co/ http://casestudy-two.alphaio.co/ https://clascity.com/
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ShipChain | Greenville, SC (relocation assistance provided) | Full-time | On-site | Competitive Salary | ShipChain Inc is making transport and logistics more effective, secure and transparent by utilizing blockchain technology. www.shipchain.io We are currently looking for a Senior Python Developer to join our fun and innovative team! You’ll have the opportunity to take the
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Posted by Miguel Montemayor and Diana García Ríos As of Android Gradle plugin 3.4.0 (included in Android Studio 3.4), we are starting the deprecation process of the feature plugin (com.android.feature) and instant app plugin (com.android.instantapp) as a way to build your instant app. When building your app, you will receive a warning flagging com.android.feature as
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SEEKING WORK – Remote (US-based) Full-stack developer who can help you build your MVP in a turnkey way (requirements/ongoing communication in, working proof-of-concept, MVP, or early product out). Looking for projects starting soon with roughly 1- to 6-month timelines and budgets ~US$20k-100k. Services: – sanity-check and tighten up requirements and scope – estimate time/cost to
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As early as January 2018, states like California, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island began rolling out “Real ID” cards. Curious about what this is, its various requirements or how it might impact you? Here’s what you need to know about the true worth of a Real ID. Do I really need a Real ID? Effective October
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Our inner critics can be downright nasty to us. They tell us we’re not smart enough or talented enough or attractive enough. And even if, deep down, we don’t believe that’s true, the inner critic can be hard to ignore. After all, it’s our own voice and our voice should be trustworthy. Reddit user u/telarpita4me
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Cost of Living (COL) Bands High 100 Average 85 Low 75 Name New! Base Salary Old Base Salary (Prior to re-benchmarking, Oct 2018) Buffer Role Location Level Step San Francisco Mkt 50th Percentile Cost of Living Multiplier, Option 1 New! Base Salary Founder Joel $276,250 $225,518 CEO Boulder, CO, USA 8 1 $325,000 85 $276,250
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When I’m out enjoying nature, it seems a little weird to spray synthetic chemicals all over my body. So I always take a look at the “natural” insect repellents when I’m buying bug spray. Some are legit, with EPA-registered ingredients that effectively repel bugs while being safe for skin. Others are made of nice-smelling herbs
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The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service featured in Windows 10 version 1809 alerted researchers to an NSA-inspired backdoor vulnerability in Huawei laptops. The PCManager software included in some Huawei’s Matebook systems allows unprivileged users to create processes with superuser privileges, according to a 25 March Microsoft security post. Upon investigation, researchers found a
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UpCodes wants to fix one of the building industry’s biggest headaches by streamlining code compliance. But the Y Combinator-backed startup now faces a copyright lawsuit filed against it by the International Code Council, the nonprofit organization that develops the code used or adopted in building regulations by all 50 states. The case may have ramifications
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The internet, as a “place,” is constantly growing. We build more and more webpages every day—so many, in fact, that it can feel as if certain corners of it are lost to time. As it turns out, they may only be lost to Google. Earlier this year, web developer-bloggers Tim Bray and Marco Fioretti noted
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Photo: Shutterstock If you want to teach your kid how to code, there’s certainly no shortage of apps, iPad-connected toys, motorized kits and programmable pets that you can buy for your future Google employee. Some are great, no doubt, but many focus on isolated skills, which may or may not be relevant in the decades
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A.I. will enable Predictive Design in Creatives Artificial Intelligence is changing the way we create content and how we design. Clarifying that by A.I. I don’t mean supercomputers trying to figure out how they can help us design the best creatives the world has ever seen, but sophisticated algorithms written in order to help us
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Today, we are announcing the beta availability of a new serverless compute offering called Cloud Run that lets you run stateless HTTP-driven containers, without worrying about the infrastructure. Cloud Run is a fully serverless offering: It takes care of all infrastructure management including provisioning, configuring, scaling, and managing servers. It automatically scales up or down within seconds,
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Bringing the cloud to you. Transform your IT and build apps for today and the future Anthos (formerly Cloud Services Platform) lets you build and manage modern hybrid applications across environments. Powered by Kubernetes and other industry-leading open-source technologies from Google, Anthos transforms your architectural approach, lets you focus on innovation, and allows you to
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Many bugs, not enough triage Mozilla receives hundreds of bug reports and feature requests from Firefox users every day. Getting bugs to the right eyes as soon as possible is essential in order to fix them quickly. This is where bug triage comes in: until a developer knows a bug exists, they won’t be able
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Photo: Claire Lower Hack the WorldThe best tips, tricks and hacks from all over the globe.   When it comes to breakfast, I will always choose savory over sweet. This usually means I opt for bacon and eggs instead of pancakes and waffles, but the real solution is to put eggs on the pancakes and waffles,
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Or, how to build an anti-Medium.com Two curiously-related pieces of content were shared on Hacker News today. The first was a short article by Joshua Li, explaining how a few basic CSS styles can make for a great-looking website—across varying devices. The second was a longer post by Marco Fioretti on how Google is “forgetting”
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Every now and then, I feel it happen. I feel myself getting sucked into an argument with my eight-year-old son over the simplest of things. The type of outerwear needed on a particular day, maybe, or where a certain toy should be stored. And because he and I are a lot alike (let’s call us
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iOS: If you’ve ever taken an R-rated picture on your phone, odds are good that you know it exists somewhere in your photo library. I’m pretty forgetful, but I know I’d remember that fact. I mean, there’s the setup process—lighting is important!—the fact that you have to at least partially undress, the multitude of photos
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Fond is a SaaS platform that seamlessly consolidates employee rewards and recognition processes into one easy-to-use solution. With Fond, employees and managers can recognize each other, redeem rewards, access exclusive corporate discounts, and measure success so HR departments spend less time managing programs and more time driving results. Some of our current customers include Salesforce,
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Red Balloon Security | New York, NY | Full time and Interns | Onsite | Visa welcome | Undergraduate, Masters, PhD| Rolling start dates/application deadline|redballoonsecurity.com About Us: Red Balloon Security is a venture backed startup cyber security company headquartered in New York City. Our mission is to provide embedded device manufacturers with strong host-based firmware
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has updated its recommendations for introducing peanuts to infants, continuing the decades-long shift in practice from delaying the introduction of food allergens to introducing them early and often. The timeline According to board-certified allergist Katie Marks-Cogan, in 2000, based off just two observational studies that didn’t produce much hard
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Everyone asks himself, where should I work? The response is different depending on your field and what you want to be in the future. But what’s discussed here, even if it’s applied to software engineering, can be said about any job out there. If you’re in a hurry and want a quick check list, you
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Photo: Courtesy of Lucy Knisley How I ParentThere’s no one-size-fits-all template for parenting—here’s how some moms and dads are making it work.   Lucy Knisley has made a career out of sketching her life. Her latest graphic novel Kid Gloves details her difficult transition into motherhood—from fertility problems to miscarriages to a near-death experience during childbirth.
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Intact Solutions | Multiple Positions | Berkeley, CA or Madison, WI | www.intact.design We’re building fully-automated finite element analysis for the web. Think of it like continuous integration, but for mechanical engineers. We’re looking for folks with interest in computational physics/engineering and a passion for making complicated engineering problems understandable to users. We are a
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In 2004, Sarah Hörst found herself at a crossroads. She was about to finish her bachelor’s degree at the California Institute of Technology and had decided to take a break from school. Not only did she feel burned out, she couldn’t decide whether she wanted to pursue a career studying Earth’s own climate or the
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Thousands of engineers write the code to create our apps, which serve billions of people worldwide. This is no trivial task—our services have grown so diverse and complex that the codebase contains millions of lines of code that intersect with a wide variety of different systems, from messaging to image rendering. To simplify and speed
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I spend a good deal of time these days on various telnet BBS that are (naturally) focused on vintage computing. As such, much of the discussion being had in the message bases is in the form of help / advice requests posted by people with ailing systems of yore and replies by those offering up
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Hack the WorldThe best tips, tricks and hacks from all over the globe.   I just flew in from Copenhagen (as part of our Hack the World series), and boy are my arms (and eyes, and legs, and entire being) tired. As I’ve gotten older, international—and even cross-country—flights have begun to feel more like violent crimes
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Location: Berlin, Germany Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: No Technologies: – Frontend: JavaScript (ES6, React, Vue), HTML5, CSS3 – Backend: Node, Elixir, Go, Python, Ruby – Tooling: Webpack, Git – DB: MongoDB, SQLite, MySQL Résumé/CV: – https://www.christiankopac.com/about – Email if needed Email: christian.kopac@protonmail.com Recently finished a web developer bootcamp at DCI in Berlin where I
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Location: Lahore,Punjab,Pakistan Remote: Yes Willing to relocate:Yes Technologies: angular JS, angular, es6, react, redux, webpack, html5, css3, sass, scss,python, Django, building restful api’s, git, grunt, mysql, postgres, redis, mongo, firebase, aws, heroku,vagrant,Flask,numpy,scipy Email:abdurleo91@gmail.com Linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/abdur-rehman-8281284a profolio:https://talent.hubstaff.com/profiles/abdur-rehman/portfolio blog :https://medium.com/@abdur91
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Location: Bay Area Full stack developer with experience in Python, Django and JavaScript. I also enjoyed compiler programming, have made a compiler for a functional language which supports Lisp-like macros. Technologies: Python, JavaScript, Racket, MySQL, Django Résumé/CV: https://www.icloud.com/iclouddrive/0yiSKFTG2YLpYcCnzYZS4Zh1Q… Email: franklai@protonmail.com
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iBUILD | Mobile full-stack engineer | Full-Time | Austin, TX | ONSITE iBUILD (https://ibuild.global) stimulates housing construction capacity to meet the pent-up global demand for affordable housing. An accessible, formal housing supply is simply non-existent for the majority of the world, leaving over 330 million households without adequate shelter. The iBUILD platform offers an elegant
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Location: Lisbon, Portugal Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: For part of the year Technologies: Javascript (Node.js), Go, Python, Haskell, C, Java, and more Resume: I keep an up to date resume at Toptal: https://www.toptal.com/resume/marcos-pereira (you don’t have to hire me through them) Email: marcospereiradev@gmail.com Backend web developer specialized in Node.js. Have worked on many projects
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Photo editing app-maker VSCO has filed a lawsuit against competitor PicsArt. The suit focuses on 19 PicsArt filters that were supposedly “reverse engineered from VSCO’s filters,” with VSCO alleging it’s become a legal issue involving false advertising and violations of the app’s terms of service. “VSCO has invested significant time and resources in developing its presets
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AT&T and Verizon had big 5G-related announcements this week: AT&T published speed test results that seemingly validated its “5G E” LTE network as the fastest around, and Verizon launched its 5G network in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis. But both of these announcements underscore just how much of a mess 5G is right now. AT&T’s
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SEEKING WORK Location: Boulder, Colorado Remote: Preferred Technologies: JS/ES6, SASS/CSS, GitHub, WordPress, PHP, Bootstrap, Responsive Web Development Résumé/CV: See Linkedin and my web portfolio. Email: tuckertriggs(at)gmail.com Website: https://tuckertriggs.com LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/tuckertriggs Github: https://github.com/tuckpuck Front-End web developer currently specializing in building custom websites. I can build static websites or custom WordPress themes. Experienced working collaboratively and building
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Location: Boulder, Colorado Remote: Preferred Willing to relocate: For the right opportunity Technologies: JS/ES6, SASS/CSS, GitHub, WordPress, PHP, Bootstrap, Responsive Web Development Résumé/CV: See Linkedin and my web portfolio. Email: tuckertriggs(at)gmail.com Website: https://tuckertriggs.com LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/tuckertriggs Github: https://github.com/tuckpuck Front-End web developer currently specializing in building custom websites. I can build static websites or custom WordPress themes.
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I’ve lived in six different apartments in New York, and during my several moves, I’m often confronted with what I should leave behind, like old clothing or unused electronics. But what exactly do I do with pillows that have lost their cushioning or that old, ripped comforter that’s gathered dust in my closet? Both pillows
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