Solving the n-queens problem – Paul Brown – Medium
The “eight queens puzzle” is a well-known problem, in which the goal is to calculate how many different ways 8 queens can be placed on an 8 x 8 chessboard, such that none of them are threatening each…
coding-challenge  algorithms  coding  interview-questions  programming 
yesterday
Receiving Images From Passing Weather Satellites (NOAA and METEOR M2) Using a Cheap SDR: 10 Steps (with Pictures)
While everyone knows that there are satellites in orbit, most people don't think much of them or their capabilities, beyond making the TV work. But many of the...
Weather  observations  electronics  tools  space  DIY  tutorial  projects 
2 days ago
ADS-B Exchange – World's largest co-op of unfiltered flight data
Home – Serving the Flight Tracking Enthusiast
Welcome to ADSBexchange.com, a co-op of ADS-B/Mode S/MLAT feeders from around the world, and the world’s largest source of unfiltered flight data. Thanks to our worldwide community of participants, if the data is broadcast over the air, you can find it here. This opens up a whole new world of interesting traffic for hobbyists, without materially affecting security for anyone.

In fact, ADSBexchange is proud to collaborate with C4ADS to support its mission to produce data-driven reporting to understand, prevent, and mitigate global c4logoblackconflict. Over the coming months, this partnership will yield more receivers in interesting and unusual global locations, ADSBexchange will have wider coverage and C4ADS will have more data to enhance their mission.

Although you can do it here, this is not the go-to site to track your grandmother’s flight from Cincinnati to Chicago so you can pick her up from the airport. For that, I recommend Flightaware.com.

ADS-B Exchange differs from typical flight tracking sites in two primary ways. First, all data sent in from the community is, in turn, made available back to the community through various archives and APIs. (www.adsbexchange.com/data). Best of all, for non-commercial use, all of this data is freely accessible to anyone!
aircraft  ADS-B  planes  projects  flight  tracking  airplanes  Flying  radar  data  aviation  database  neat  maps  to-do 
3 days ago
watson/airplanejs: 📡 ✈️ App that picks up ADS-B radio signals from airplanes and plots them in real time on a map in your browser
airplanejs - 📡 ✈️ App that picks up ADS-B radio signals from airplanes and plots them in real time on a map in your browser
neat  airplanes  DIY  projects  to-do 
3 days ago
A Deep Dive into React Perf Debugging – Benchling Engineering
This is the second half of a 2-part series on performance engineering in React. In Part 1, we took a look at how to use React’s Perf tools, common React rendering bottlenecks, and a few tips for…
reactjs  performance  coding 
9 days ago
The Art of Aeropress: Make 10 Kinds of Coffee Like Pro Baristas
From championship-winning recipes to experimental methods, find an Aeropress recipe that’s perfect for you. Better yet, try them all Do you want to make a rich, espresso-like cup of coffee without an espresso machine? There’s an Aeropress recipe for that. via Pocket
recipes  longreads  aeropress  Pocket  reading  coffee 
9 days ago
Live Home 3D — Home Design Software for Mac and Windows
Live Home 3D is home design software for floor plan creation and 3D visualization that suits both amateurs and professional designers.
design  house  home  3d  architecture  interiordesign  software 
9 days ago
🚀 Announcing Parcel: A blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler 📦
Today I’m super excited to announce Parcel, a blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler that I’ve been working on for the past few months. Check it out on Github! I started working on…
tooling  webdev  javascript  coding  tools  webpack 
10 days ago
A progressive image loader in React – Per Jansson – Medium
Have you ever noticed how the images look when a Medium blog post is loading? If not, reload this page now and have a look. If you’re on a fast wifi you may not have noticed, but if you’re on a so-so…
tips  tutorial  coding  reactjs  images 
11 days ago
Suffix Array | Set 1 (Introduction) - GeeksforGeeks
A Computer Science portal for geeks. It contains well written, well thought and well explained computer science and programming articles, quizzes and practice/competitive programming/company interview Questions.
nlp  tutorial  coding  algorithms  data-structures 
19 days ago
Why we have banned default exports in Javascript and you should do the same
ES2015 was the most important improvement to Javascript in years. Among many great features it brought brand new module system — Ecma Script Modules which finally solved the problem of sharing code…
tips  javascript  coding 
19 days ago
The Up-To-Date Sandwich Book: 400 Ways to Make a Sandwich (1909) – The Public Domain Review
Potential book to use for generating Markov chains / machine learning of text.
books  interesting  data 
29 days ago
A Beginner’s Guide to Pure CSS Images – Coding Artist – Medium
Update (3/14/17) We have also released a 100% free email course for learning pure CSS images. You can enroll here. Update (1/6/17) We have since released our 50-day email challenge called Daily CSS…
css  coding  tutorial 
29 days ago
The Cost Of JavaScript – Dev Channel – Medium
As we build sites more heavily reliant on JavaScript, we sometimes pay for what we send down in ways that we can’t always easily see. In this post, I’ll cover why a little discipline can help if you…
tips  javascript  coding 
29 days ago
The Importance of Doing Absolutely Nothing | Outside Online
In Artemis, our Airstream, Jen and I have put thousands of miles of road beneath us since August, crisscrossing the Rockies again and again. via Pocket
ifttt  longreads  Pocket  reading 
4 weeks ago
Deep Learning For Coders—36 hours of lessons for free
fast.ai's practical deep learning MOOC for coders. Learn CNNs, RNNs, computer vision, NLP, recommendation systems, keras, theano, and much more!
school  deep-learning  programming  coding  machine-learning 
5 weeks ago
Trick Yourself Into Writing Well by Telling Yourself to Write Badly
One of the best things about NaNoWriMo, or any terrifying deadline, is that it forces you to write quickly. (Hello, procrastinators.) If you’re writing quickly—if writing quickly is your stated goal—then you don’t have time to do the number one thing that interrupt your writing flow: think about whether what you’re writing is good.
lifehacks  writing  tips 
5 weeks ago
Next.js Slide Deck
Want to learn more about Next.js? Check out my deck from ReactConf.
slides  tips  SSR  coding  reactjs  guides 
6 weeks ago
OOTP Getting Started Guide / User Guide
#The Great OOTP Guide by /u/sadisticpotato OOTP is an exceptionally complex game with so much depth and variety, that it can often get confusing...
baseball  games  OOTP  guides 
6 weeks ago
Spectacle - Presentation Library for ReactJS
A React.js based library for creating sleek presentations using JSX syntax (with the ability to live demo your code!)
keynote  presentation  reactjs 
6 weeks ago
mikeal/snapkit: Capture screenshots of websites on command line or REST API.
snapkit - Capture screenshots of websites on command line or REST API.
websites  CLI  coding  tools 
6 weeks ago
Not-So-Fun Run: Joggers In 'Gerrymander 5K' Must Run Oddly Shaped Route : The Two-Way : NPR
The course highlights the zigzagging line separating North Carolina's 10th and 11th congressional districts. One expert says ugly districts are a symptom of a problem, not the problem itself.
running  maps  politics 
6 weeks ago
The 14 JavaScript debugging tips you probably didn't know | Raygun
You might want to keep these tips and tricks in mind for the next time you find yourself needing to debug your JavaScript code!
debugging  tips  tutorial  coding  javascript 
7 weeks ago
Google Maps - GPS coordinates, latitude and longitude
With Google Maps, find the GPS Coordinates of any address or vice versa. Get the latitude and longitude of any GPS location on Google Maps.
googlemaps  maps  tools  coordinates 
8 weeks ago
mpetroff/pannellum: Pannellum is a lightweight, free, and open source panorama viewer for the web.
Pannellum is a lightweight, free, and open source panorama viewer for the web. Built using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and WebGL, it is plug-in free. It can be deployed easily as a single file, just 15kB gzipped, and then embedded into pages as an <iframe>. A configuration utility is included to generate the required code for embedding.
photos  coding  javascript  libraries  panorama  tools  spherical-photos 
8 weeks ago
Hedonometer
Hedonometer.org is an instrument that measures the happiness of large populations in real time. The hedonometer is based on people’s online expressions, capitalizing on data-rich social media, and measures how people present themselves to the outside world.
twitter  social-media  happiness 
10 weeks ago
mbeaudru/modern-js-cheatsheet: Cheatsheet for the JavaScript knowledge you will frequently encounter in modern projects.
modern-js-cheatsheet - Cheatsheet for the JavaScript knowledge you will frequently encounter in modern projects.
coding  knowledge  cheatsheet  things-to-know  tips  to-know  javascript 
10 weeks ago
Learn JavaScript Promises by Building a Promise from Scratch
The block of code in the .then() waits until it receives the response from the server before it executes anything. This is called a Promise. But don’t let the fancy name or the fact that there is…
javascript  coding  examples  tutorial 
10 weeks ago
Using Git to sync Sublime Text settings – Andreas Müller – Medium
I am a fan of dark themes. Wherever possible, I’m using a bright font on a dark background. Opera, Chrome and Edge as well as Thunderbird. I even activated the (at the moment) hidden dark theme for…
sync  git  sublime  text-editors 
11 weeks ago
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