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PopcornFX - Real-time FX solution for particle effects
Multi-platform & cross engine for games, films & AR/VR/MR. No need to adapt your stack and environment to our tailor-made middleware. PopcornFX is the perfect solution for all the technical & FX artists who want to create particle effects.
games  editor  engine  particles 
12 hours ago
Skyscanner/LambdaGuard: LambdaGuard: AWS Serverless Security
LambdaGuard: AWS Serverless Security. Contribute to Skyscanner/LambdaGuard development by creating an account on GitHub.
python  lambda  aws  serverless 
8 days ago
Why Cant We Settle on a Single Application Structure in Go - Calhoun.io
Jon, Mat, Johnny, and special guest Cory LaNou discuss the ins and outs of structuring Go programs. Why is app structure so important? Why is it hard to structure Go apps? What happens if we get it wrong? Why do we confuse folder structures with application design? How should a new Go app be structured?
golang 
9 days ago
crontab.guru - the cron schedule expression editor
An easy to use editor for crontab schedules.
cron  tools 
14 days ago
Less than 6 hours of sleep a night linked to increased risk of early death - NHS
"Getting less than six hours of sleep could double – or even triple – your risk of dying from heart disease or cancer, especially if you have chronic diseases," reports the Mail Online.
sleep 
14 days ago
What is the “length” of a string? – Etleap | Blog
Finding the length of a string in JavaScript is simple, you use the .length property and that's it, right? Not so fast. The "length" of a string may not be exactly what you expect. It turns out that the string length property is the number of code units in the string, and not the number…
14 days ago
Division Builder
Division Builder is an easy to use tool for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 that helps you create and share your builds with other agents
division 
14 days ago
Facebook
The 18-month, privately funded program started in February and involves 125 people in Stockton.
14 days ago
Parsing C++ is literally undecidable
Many programmers are aware that C++ templates are Turing-complete, andthis was proved in the 2003 paper C++ Templates areTuring Complete.
14 days ago
Paralysed man moves in mind-reading exoskeleton - BBC News
A man who had not walked for two years was able to move all his limbs thanks to new technology.
brain  technology  neuroscience  science 
14 days ago
Profits of Order – BLARB
Hollis Robbins looks at the history of "Robert's Rules" and the family of its creator.
14 days ago
Cable Company Fees Add $450 to Typical Annual Bill - Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports looks at the surprise cable company fees and add-ons that can jack up consumers' bills. Our research shows advertised cable TV prices don't reflect what you really have to pay, and fees continue to rise.
comcast 
14 days ago
Highlight negative results to improve science
Publishers, reviewers and other members of the scientific community must fight science’s preference for positive results — for the benefit of all, says Devang Mehta.
14 days ago
College Students Don’t Want Fancy Libraries - The Atlantic
Schools have been on a mission to reinvent campus libraries—even though students just want the basics.
14 days ago
Lab-made primordial soup yields RNA bases
The chemical feat strengthens theory that the first life on Earth was based on RNA.
14 days ago
cruise-automation/isopod: An expressive DSL framework for Kubernetes configuration without YAML
An expressive DSL framework for Kubernetes configuration without YAML - cruise-automation/isopod
kubernetes  dsl  automation  config 
14 days ago
The Cheating Scandal Rocking the Poker World - The Ringer
How a Twitch-streamed no-limit hold’em player found himself at the heart of one of the most fascinating gambling controversies in years
14 days ago
World's Simplest and Newest Trebuchet (Walking Arm Trebuchet) : 17 Steps (with Pictures)
World's Simplest and Newest Trebuchet (Walking Arm Trebuchet) : This is the world premier for our new trebuchet design. Not only is this trebuchet simple, it is extremely efficient. It has many of the advantages of a floating arm trebuchet, but with fewer parts, less friction, and a unique projectile launch ...
trebuchet  physics 
14 days ago
The World of Medieval Dogdom | History Today
The people of medieval Europe were devoted to their dogs; one great French dog-lover declared that the greatest defect of the species was that they ‘lived not long enough’.
dogs  history 
14 days ago
The State of Augmented Reality - Sayduck
Augmented Reality is making giant strides forward towards becoming the mind-boggling experience and essential tool for any online business.
ar 
14 days ago
3D animation with sound in 64 bytes of assembler : tinycode
This subreddit is about minimalistic, often but not always simple implementations of just about everything. tiny code / minimalistic programming /...
14 days ago
24% of Your Cable TV Bill Is Just Bogus Fees, Study Says - VICE
Consumer Reports estimates cable industry makes $28 billion a year in misleading surcharges alone.
14 days ago
A comprehensive guide to optimizing your Xcode build
This guide explores all possible ways to reduce Xcode build time. These optimizations are run against an open-source project to observe real-time results.
14 days ago
GitHub - serverless-components/aws-app-sync: Easily Deploy AWS AppSync Apps Using Serverless Components
Easily Deploy AWS AppSync GraphQL APIs Using Serverless Framework Components - serverless-components/aws-app-sync
aws  graphql  serverless 
14 days ago
The Wave that changed the world | News | Palo Alto Online |
The classroom guards, symbolic armbands and secret salutes carried out by members of an elite student movement at Cubberley High School in Palo Alto may have ended decades ago, but that brief, ominous week in April 1967 when a history lesson took an unexpected turn continues to have worldwide impact on the eve of its 50th anniversary.
history  fascism 
14 days ago
Three Big Things: The Most Important Forces Shaping the World · Collaborative Fund
An irony of studying history is that we often know exactly how a story ends, but have no idea where it began. Here’s an example. What caused the financial crisis? Well, you have to understand the mortgage market. What shaped the mortgage market? Well, you have to understand the 30-year decline in interest rates that preceded it. What caused falling interest rates? Well, you have to understand the inflation of the 1970s. What caused that inflation? Well, you have to understand the mon...
history  economics  future  politics 
14 days ago
The history of parents complaining about how much homework their kids have.
“The child is made to study far, far beyond his physical strength.”
education  history  children  parenting 
14 days ago
Tools I recommend for building Geospatial Web Applications
Being a freelance WebGIS developer, it is very frequent for me to decide what tools I’ll need for my next project. Now after a few years of experience, this decision has become a bit easier because…
geospatial 
14 days ago
The Beginner’s Guide to Chart.js - Stanley Ulili
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to draw charts with Chart.js and how to customize them to suit our needs.
javascript  charts  chartjs 
14 days ago
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