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7 Ways Blockchain Will Enable Entrepreneurs in 2018

Blockchain is so much more than the technology used for cryptocurrencies. Here are 7 ways blockchain is enabling an entirely new generation of entrepreneurs.<p>You'd be forgiven if you mistakenly linked blockchain technology with bitcoin. While blockchain has many uses outside the domain of …

Blockchain

Ex-NSA hacker drops macOS High Sierra zero-day hours before launch

The vulnerability lets an attacker steal the contents of a Keychain — without needing a password.<p>Just hours before Apple is expected to roll out the …

High Sierra

Genetic mutation may explain the origin of ‘vampires’

The legend of blood-sucking vampires could have been based on real people, experts have revealed.<p>The mythical creatures could have actually been …

Mutations

How do you know your code is bad?

The other day, I was watching this video of Robert Martin where he mentions the three symptoms to spot a bad code. And I couldn’t have agreed …

Software Development

Finally Learn How to Code With The Complete Programming Language Bootcamp

96 hours of immersive Java, Python, C++ and more.<p>Sometimes when you're trying to learn something new, immersion can be the way to go. That can go for …

Programming

Report: 80% of companies have hired a coding bootcamp graduate, all said they would do it again

The vast majority of tech hiring managers and recruiters believe that coding school graduates make good technical employees. However, they also …

How To Write Clean Organized Code

If there’s one thing you should get into the habit of when you're learning how to code, it’s writing clean and organized code. If you plan on ever …

This Founder Believes He Found the Answer for Burnout

GitHub co-founder Chris Wanstrath says that switching up a routine is a surefire way to get inspired.<p>10 min read<p><i>Editor’s Note: Entrepreneur’s “20 Questions” series features both established and up-and-coming entrepreneurs and asks them a number of questions about what makes them tick, their</i> …

Jerry Seinfeld

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down [Infographic]

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s best-in-class cloud services offering, had downtime of only 2.5 hours in 2015. You may think their uptime of …

IT security breaches: Why users shouldn't take all the blame anymore

Information security professionals need to get beyond 'blaming the user', says expert.<p>Cybersecurity professionals need to stop blaming users for …

Cybersecurity

Why Science Will Never Know Everything About Our Universe

The Universe itself may be finite or may be infinite; the jury is still out. But one thing is certain: the part that’s accessible to us is finite. Even with the expanding Universe, even with all the galaxies and stars and planet and molecules and atoms and subatomic particles in it, there’s only so …

Particles

How to Invest: When You’re Just Getting Started

By<p>Feb. 9, 2017 4:47 p.m. ET<p>Wall Street has an odd way of trying to get your business. The dizzying array of investment choices, mind-numbing jargon, …

Downloads

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25 Practical Blogs To Sharpen Your Coding Skills

The coding world might seem overwhelming at times – but when you pop, you can’t stop. So you might think you already know a lot, but there are always ways to sharpen your coding skills.<p>In the days of fast development, especially in the technology field, it’s hard to keep up, and the theory books …

Tutorials

Applied Machine Learning in Python

1<p>Section<p><b>8 hours to complete</b><p>Module 1: Fundamentals of Machine Learning - Intro to SciKit Learn<p>This module introduces basic machine learning concepts, …

How People Learn to Become Resilient

Norman Garmezy, a developmental psychologist and clinician at the University of Minnesota, met thousands of children in his four decades of research. But one boy in particular stuck with him. He was nine years old, with an alcoholic mother and an absent father. Each day, he would arrive at school …

Psychology

Graduates face an unwelcoming job market when they get out of school

Working as a bike courier wasn't exactly what Elie Waitzer had in mind when he graduated from McGill University in 2016 with an economics degree.<p>"I don't think I was expecting to get my dream job right out of university, but it's been a little tougher than expected," he said, to land a job in his …

Science and IT students struggle to get jobs upon graduation, study finds

Grattan Institute reports only half of those graduating with degrees in science found work within four months, 17% below the average for all graduates<p>Graduates with bachelor degrees in science struggle to find work in comparison with their counterparts in other science, technology, engineering and …

Breakthrough as scientists create first drug to halt Alzheimer's disease

A pill taken twice a day has stalled deterioration of the brain in Alzheimer’s patients for the first time.<p>Scientists announced that the mental decline of participants in a final-stage trial had been halted for 18 months, raising hopes that an effective treatment for the drug, called LMTX, is close …

Never Forget a Task With This Proven Brain Hack

Feeling forgetful? Try this genius low-tech trick.<p>Have you had trouble remembering to complete a task that you vowed not to forget? I know I have. Who hasn't?<p>Despite our best intentions, we all have had moments where we forgot to do something important. Even if we write down to-do lists, once those …

completeatask

Five Reasons Fatigue Isn't Like Normal Tiredness (Proving Most People Don't Get It)

The 50 Smoothest Pick-Up Lines in Movie History

Because "I lost my phone number. Can I have yours?" isn't nearly good enough.<p>Here's an extreme understatement for you: It is difficult to approach someone in a bar, on the street, or in a crowded venue and try to charm them with the perfect come-on. Which is precisely why we have the scripted …

Want to Raise Really Smart Kids? Science Says Do This

If you've ever wondered what the real secret is for raising smarter children, there's something you can do about that.<p>Parents are always trying to find the next big trend in parenting--and for good reason, too. They want to know how to be better parents, how to raise healthier and more successful …

Parenting

There's a Real, Scientific Reason We Love Oral Sex

Let's take it back to basics.<p>Why do we engage in oral sex? As foreplay, or because we genuinely like it?<p>Well, according to a recent study, it looks like there is a lot more science behind why we love oral sex than simply moving from third base to fourth base. We all know why we have an innate need …

9 Lame Hobbies White People Love (For Some Reason)

There's a type of person who continually tries out a combination of varied yet lame hobbies in a quest to find something to replace the sense of …

The Cognitive Science Behind Repeating Mistakes

Being constantly late, losing your phone, spending too much money, dating the same inadvisable people—these are all errors that human beings make over and over again. But it has more to do with how the brain is wired than with a lack of discipline. In attempting to understand where we went wrong, …

Do Science and Religion Conflict? Yes - And It Matters

Is there a conflict between religion and science? Some say yes. Others say no. Regardless of their answer, nearly everyone thinks that the relationship between faith and science has to do with <i>competing knowledge and truth claims</i>, where science says one thing about the world and religion says …

7 Habits That May Actually Change The Brain, According To Science

The brain is by far our most precious organ–others are good, too, but they all pale in comparison to the mighty brain. Because the brain works so hard around the clock (even while we’re sleeping), it uses an extraordinary amount of energy, and requires a certain amount of nutritional support to …

The Brain

Can rice give you cancer? 'Not if you cook it in a coffee percolator'

Rice contains high levels of arsenic because it is grown in flood plains, but steaming it in a coffee percolator removes most of the poison<p>Rice should be cooked in a coffee percolator because it contains dangerous levels of carcinogenic arsenic, scientists have said.<p>People who eat a lot of rice are …