kamranahmedse/driver.js: A light-weight, no-dependency, vanilla JavaScript engine to drive the user's focus across the page
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
javascript  ux  tour  focus  tools  guidance  demo 
📦 Parcel v1.5.0 released: Source Maps, WebAssembly, Rust, and more! 🚀
Today I’m super excited to release Parcel v1.5.0, the largest release since 1.0! Check it out on Github! It has been just under 2 months since Parcel’s initial announcement, and the response has been…
javascript  packaging  bunder  tools 
dahlbyk/posh-git: A PowerShell environment for Git
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
windows  git  tools  powershell  scm 
3 days ago
randyrants/sharpkeys: SharpKeys is a utility that manages a Registry key that allows Windows to remap one key to any other key.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
windows  tools  keyboard 
4 days ago
Big Data Is Only What We Make of It | UANews
What do you think you know about big data? Many might say the phrase describes countless numbers that can be analyzed to show patterns or trends about humans and society. But it might not be that simple.
data  big-data  computer-science 
13 days ago
yangshun/front-end-interview-handbook: 🕸 Almost complete answers to "Front-end Job Interview Questions" which you can use to interview potential candidates, test yourself or completely ignore
front-end-interview-handbook - 🕸 Almost complete answers to "Front-end Job Interview Questions" which you can use to interview potential candidates, test yourself or completely ignore
interview  careers  learning 
15 days ago
Home | Center for Applied Rationality
Developing clear thinking for the sake of humanity’s future
podcast  thinking  interesting  rational  rationality 
26 days ago
Rationally Speaking | Official Podcast of New York City Skeptics - Current Episodes
Rationally Speaking is the official podcast of New York City Skeptics. Join Julia Galef and guests as they explore the borderlands between reason and nonsense, likely and unlikely, science and pseudoscience.
podcast  thinking  interesting  rational 
26 days ago
Secure ledgers don't require proof-of-work
Software, decentralization, peer-to-peer systems, and more.
blockchain  proof-of-work  interesting 
28 days ago
Why Japanese Web Design Is (Still) the Way It Is
There are linguistic and technical reasons why Japanese websites look cluttered, but behind them is the Japanese consumer culture that prefers that look.
culture  design  web  webdev 
29 days ago
Electron is Cancer – Casper Beyer – Medium
A while back I posted some benchmarks comparing Nano, Vim and Sublime against Atom and Visual Studio Code, the latter two being Electron.js based applications and the results were somewhat expected…
PWAs  electron 
4 weeks ago
An introduction to Progressive Web Apps – freeCodeCamp
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) are the latest trend in mobile application development using web technologies. At the time of writing (early 2018), they’re only applicable to Android devices. WebKit, the…
PWAs  progressive-webapps 
5 weeks ago
The Kubernetes Effect
To successfully design for, implement, and run applications on Kubernetes requires knowledge of primitives, and awareness of design principles and practices. This article provides an overview of Kubernetes and guidance for how to best use it.
docker  architecture  containers  k8s  kubernetes 
5 weeks ago
React’s ⚛️ new Context API – kentcdodds
It’s way more ergonomic, it’s no longer “experimental,” and it’s now a first-class API! OH, AND IT USES A RENDER PROP! NOTE: This is a cross-post from my newsletter. I publish each email two weeks…
react  reactjs 
5 weeks ago
10 things I love about Vue – Duncan Grant – Medium
I love Vue. When I first looked at it in 2016, perhaps I was coming from a perspective of JavaScript framework fatigue. I’d already had experience with Backbone, Angular, React, among others and I…
vue  javascript  web  webdev  web-components 
5 weeks ago
De-shittifying Tech T-Shirts – Coté – Medium
I have a lot of tech t-shirts. Here’s an overview of my personal style and opinions. There’s a lot of politics in t-shirt selection, much of it good, still even more of it driven by aesthetics. I’m…
t-shirts  tech  cool 
5 weeks ago
based on xkcd style plots, balsamiq, bootswatch, and flatstrap
mockups  xkcd  rough-has-advantages  hand-drawn-style 
6 weeks ago
Sketching: the Visual Thinking Power Tool · An A List Apart Article
You don’t have to be a great singer to write a great song, just ask Bob Dylan. Likewise, you needn’t be a Leonardo to draw your way to more and better ideas. Sketching helps you generate concepts quickly, exploring alternatives rapidly and at no cost of resources. The looseness of a sketch removes inhibitions, granting clients and colleagues permission to consider and challenge the ideas it represents. Mike Rohde outlines the practice, surveys the tools, and shares ways to become con...
visual-learning  visual-thinking  sketching  notes  creativity  design 
7 weeks ago
Three mind control exercises that are more vivid than meditation
There are many ways to do it. You are not constricted to one. They need not tap into anything ‘spiritual’ or religious. What interests me most about what meditation can do is its ability to train the…
meditation  creativity 
7 weeks ago
2017 JavaScript Rising Stars
A complete overview of the JavaScript landscape in 2017: trends about front-end and node.js frameworks, tooling, IDE, Static site generators...
javascript  js  resources 
7 weeks ago
You Make Or Break Your Life Between 5-7 AM – Thrive Global
While serving a humanitarian and ecclesiastical mission at the age of 20, I learned potentially the most important lesson of my life. How you spend your morning determines whether you become…
lifehack  mornings 
7 weeks ago
Of Course Psychological Safety…But How? – John Cutler – Medium
A huge thanks to Andrea Chiou, Jason Wolf (@jasonguywolf), Toby Maxwell-Lyte, Shahina Patel, Damien Ryan, Cory, @lmckeogh, Stacey Vetzal @svetzal, Ardita, Martin Aziz, Lynoure Braakman, Carl Tashian…
leadership  teams  culture 
8 weeks ago
Bayesian Reasoning in The Twilight Zone! — Count Bayesie
Bayesian Reasoning with the Mystic Seer: Bayes' Factor, Prior Probabilities
and Psychic Powers!
data-science  logic  bayesian  reasoning 
8 weeks ago
The hidden costs of serverless – A Cloud Guru
Serverless architecture is the next step in the evolution of computing power. The reasons for taking the leap are clear: Like the jump from on-premises to the cloud, the move to Serverless is more or…
serverless  cost 
8 weeks ago
Why you should care about dependently typed programming
When people hear of “dependently typed programming”, they may think of languages like Agda and Coq, highly theoretically influenced proof assistants. They may find out that some dependently typed…
programming  types  programming-languages 
8 weeks ago
todo-react-testing/package.json at master · jackfranklin/todo-react-testing
todo-react-testing - A silly small React TODO app used in a blog post about testing React apps.
react  reactjs  unit-testing  testing 
8 weeks ago
Demystifying CSS alignment – Patrick Brosset – Medium
Aligning things in CSS has been a common source of frustration, fun and even memes for a long time. However CSS evolves quickly and new specifications are written and implemented in browsers all the…
8 weeks ago
YC Bio
I’m excited to announce a new experiment we’re going to try: YC Bio. YC Bio is a new way for us to fund early-stage life science companies that are still in the lab phase.
biotech  bio  investors 
8 weeks ago
Smartmockups - Free product mockup generator
Create stunning products screenshots without Photoshop for free!
design  tools  mockups 
9 weeks ago
How to Become a Data Scientist Without a Degree | Codementor
This article will explore what it’s like to be a Data Scientist, the skillset required, and how to acquire these skills using mostly free or cheap online resources.
data  data-science  learning  roadmap 
9 weeks ago
Functional Data Engineering — a modern paradigm for batch data processing
Batch data processing — historically known as ETL — is extremely challenging. It’s time-consuming, brittle, and often unrewarding. Not only that, it’s hard to operate, evolve, and troubleshoot. In…
data  engineering  functional  programming 
9 weeks ago
Web Scraping Tutorial with Python: Tips and Tricks – Jekaterina Kokatjuhha – Medium
I was searching for flight tickets and noticed that ticket prices fluctuate during the day. I tried to find out when the best time to buy tickets is, but there was nothing on the Web that helped. I…
web  webdev  scraping 
9 weeks ago
Positive Mental Agent sticker · crapandemic · Online Store Powered by Storenvy
Harry, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don’t plan it, don’t wait for it, just let it happen. It could be a new shirt at the men's store, a catnap in your office chair or two cups of good hot black coffee. Like this. --Special Agent Da - Online Store Powered by Storenvy
9 weeks ago
eliran-shani/selenium-jenkins-allure: Creating tests using python & pyTest, integrating it into Jenkins and show results via Allure reports
selenium-jenkins-allure - Creating tests using python & pyTest, integrating it into Jenkins and show results via Allure reports
testing  tools  jenkins  selenium  test-report 
9 weeks ago
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