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Here’s everything we expect to see at Google’s October 4th event

According to Google’s Android SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer, the company’s upcoming October 4th event — which, yes, is just a few days away now — is going to be something to go down in the Googley history books. According to him, “8 years from now we’ll be talking about Oct 4, 2016.” That comes in a tweet …

For data work, “It’s actually pretty hard to argue *against* using Python”

I wrote my first Python program in 1996, and my most recent a couple of weeks ago, so I can appreciate Python’s advance to cover a very broad range …

20 free books to get started with Artificial Intelligence

Are you searching for some best books to get acquainted with the basics of AI? Here is our list!1. A Course in Machine LearningMachine learning is …

Udemy – Web Development with BootStrap – 16 Instant Themes Included! [100% off]

<b>Learn how to create beautiful mobile-first websites with Bootstrap 3.</b> Built for beginners, and easy to follow!<p>The main component of this course is …

7 Things You Have to Know Today about Bootstrapping | Inc.com

Lara Jeremko knows traditional start-up financing. She's an investment officer for one of the largest university endowments in the country and is constantly on the look for new opportunities. But in addition to her day job, she's an entrepreneur--a co-founder of 3D printing company Re:3D.<p>Any new …

Meet the Startup That's Not Afraid to Compete With Apple, Google -- and Now, Facebook | Inc.com

What do you do if you launch a new product, only to have Apple introduce its own version six months later?<p>You don’t let fear get the better of you. You stay the course, and work to make the best product you can. And you start looking for areas of the market that the big boys aren’t serving. That’s …

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Microsoft Writes Down $7.6B Of Its Nokia Acquisition, Announces 7,800 Layoffs

Microsoft’s signaled and expected goodwill impairment, relating to its previous purchase of the majority of Nokia’s hardware assets, took place this morning — with the software company erasing $7.6 billion from its books.<p>The firm’s efforts to elbow into first-party hardware have therefore received …

More Reach for Phone Than Partner in Morning, Poll Says

In the morning, Americans wake up and reach across the bed to grab ... their smartphones.<p>In fact, more of them think first about their smartphone (35 percent) than their significant other (10 percent) or coffee (17 percent), according to a new poll.<p>The poll, conducted by Braun Research on behalf of …

Coding by the Book: The 7 Books Every Software Developer Should Read

Just like programming trends and languages, programming books come and go. But these seven classics have stood the test of time. Some are newer than …

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• 1. To license Fortune articles, excerpts, or headlines for republication in various media (including books, eBooks, film, web, newsletters, …

40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms

Software developer Carl Cheo, founder of technology blog Carlcheo.com, knows what he’s talking about when it comes to computers! So, to help those of …

The Data Science Ecosystem

Data science isn’t new, but the demand for quality data has exploded recently. This isn’t a fad or a rebranding, it’s an evolution. Decisions that …

Congressman with computer science degree: Encryption back-doors are ‘technologically stupid’

The debate over whether companies should be forced to build in ways for law enforcement to access communications protected by encryption took a tense turn this week in a congressional hearing.<p>On one side were law enforcement officials, including a high-ranking FBI official. On the other were …

Microsoft .NET Core Preview Now Available for Mac and Linux

Today, Microsoft made available its first ever release of .NET Core for Mac and Linux.<p>.NET Core allows developers on platforms that aren’t Windows based to build their applications using the language for the first time.<p>Microsoft also previously said that .NET core will be open sourced for …

Can one woman change the way Uber operates?

All of this could have been prevented, and it wasn't.<p>Douglas Wigdor, attorney<p>Uber doesn't want everybody around the world to feel like they can bring lawsuits here anytime anything goes wrong.<p>Georgene Vairo, law professor

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Intel Compute Stick review: The little PC that almost could - CNET

<b>The Good</b> The Intel Compute Stick excels as a media streaming, Web-browsing machine, and it's a $150 PC that can fit into your pocket.<p><b>The Bad</b> The tablet-grade performance isn't suitable for heavy tasks, and spotty Bluetooth connectivity limit this PC's functionality.<p><b>The Bottom Line</b> This inexpensive …

Out in the Open: The Site That Teaches You to Code Well Enough to Get a Job

Wanna be a programmer? That shouldn't be too hard. You can sign-up for an iterative online tutorial at a site like Codecademy or Treehouse. You can …

Creating Mobile Native Apps in JavaScript with NativeScript

Telerik has opened for public access NativeScript, a framework for creating native cross-platform applications for Android, iOS and Windows Universal.<p>…

HP's convertible Elite X2 and latest tablets are built for tough work

HP is refreshing a slew of its high end mobile devices with upgrades that make them even more compelling for businesses -- and that's good news for consumers, as well. We got our first look at the new Android-powered Pro Slate 8 and Pro Slate 12 tablets today, along with the revamped Elite X2 …

Free python books

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Guide To: Functional Python & Comprehension Constructs

Python Cookbook, Third edition

If you need help writing programs in Python 3, or want to update older Python 2 code, this book is just the ticket. Packed with practical recipes …

Why shouldn't I use PyPy over CPython if PyPy is 6.3 times faster?

I've been hearing a lot about the PyPy project. They claim it is 6.3 times faster than the CPython interpreter on their site.<p>Whenever we talk about …

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