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Flowchart Library kit for Sketch

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Technology | The Guardian http://ift.tt/21NZQKD

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Apology after Japanese train departs 20 seconds early - BBC News

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Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 20 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up…

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I've been writing about the zombie ant fungus for years but it turns out to be even creepier than I had thought.

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How are things in Serbia, people ask. Well…

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Bayesian ranking of items with up and downvotes or 5 star ratings

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In this post, we are going to migrate our devise signup page to use Vue. I’ve chosen it after a lot of thought, as it will enable us to see a lot of power that Vue brings to the table. I’ll also use the Webpacker gem. This will allow me to use ES2015 syntax, Vue single file component hot reloading. It’s ok if you don’t understand all of it. We will cover each topic in detail.

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I’m not better at explaining LSTM, I want to write this down as a way to remember it myself. I think the above blog post written by Christopher Olah is the best LSTM material you would find. Please…

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CrossFit regionals will be different in 2018:

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The prototype of nullable reference types is finally here! Read all about it here:

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“It’s very important that an artist’s jobs is to be a great artist.” united masters hopes to do the rest.

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RT @BryanDisagrees: Here’s a piece I’ve been working on for the past 3 months or so:

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SLING: A Natural Language Frame Semantic Parser

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Includes the story of my pirate past, favorite writing environments, the power of no, and how to recharge.

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Microsoft and GitHub team up to take Git virtual file system to macOS, Linux Enlarge (credit: Git) One of the more surprising stories of the past year was Microsoft's announcement that it was going to use the Git version control system for Windows development. Microsoft had to modify Git to handle the demands of Windows development but said that it wanted to get these modifications accepted upstream and integrated into the standard Git client. That plan appears to be going well. Yesterday, the company announced that GitHub was adopting its modifications and that the two would be working together to bring suitable clients to macOS and Linux. Microsoft wanted to move to Git because of Git's features, like its easy branching and its popularity among developers. But the transition faced three problems. Git wasn't designed for such vast numbers of developers—more than 20,000 actively working on the codebase. Also, Git wasn't designed for a codebase that was so large, either in terms of the number of files and version history for each file, or in terms of sheer size, coming in at more than 300GB. When using standard Git, working with the source repository was unacceptably slow. Common operations (such as checking which files have been modified) would take multiple minutes. Read 7 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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