UPDATE At about 23:00 (Pacific time, June 23) Google announced that they are removing the hotwording component entirely from Chromium: “it is not open source, it does not belong in the open source browser”. Good news. A few days ago,
As a passionate developer, I hear lots of podcasts (mainly programming & tech but other subjects too) and I do it all the time. On my commute, when I ride my bike, when I run, even when I do the
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TL;DR: It lets you make significant code and structural changes without fear, experiment features safely and much more. This post is a bit different from the rest of the posts in this blog. It is aimed towards developers in their
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So, after a journey of almost a year since I decided/wanted I need to learn AngularJS, here is some compilation of my experience with AngularJS learning: recommended quickstart/learning resources, main influencers (blogs, podcasts etc.), gotchas and a general roadmap. For
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Here’s an email I’ve just got from Devin Wenig, eBay marketplaces president (emphasizes are mine): IMPORTANT: PASSWORD UPDATE Dear eBay Member, To help ensure customers’ trust and security on eBay, I am asking all eBay users to change their passwords.
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