Logan Echevarrias

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Looping through JSON structured data

I wrote a python script that connects to a sql database and returns a query. I fetch this query and loop through it to store it in a list and then …

JavaScript String Methods You Probably Haven’t Heard Of and that's Okay

Strings are JavaScript’s data type for representing text that can contain letters, numbers, symbols, punctuation, and even emoji. They consist of …

Scientists Have an Experiment to See If the Human Mind Is Bound to the Physical World

Perhaps one of the most intriguing and interesting phenomena in quantum physics is what Einstein referred to as a “spooky action at a distance” — …

What happens in the brain when habits form?

There are a million things that we do every day without thinking. Brushing our teeth, drying our hair after a shower, and unlocking our phone screen …

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Print your own aquaponics garden with this open source urban farming system

<b>Aquapioneers has developed what it calls the world's first open source aquaponics kit in a bid to reconnect urban dwellers with the production of</b> …

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Over 150 of the Best Machine Learning, NLP, and Python Tutorials I’ve Found

<i>If you like this article, check out another by Robbie:</i> <i><br>The AI Entrepreneur’s Moral Dilemma</i><p>While <b>machine learning</b> has a rich history dating back to …

Nightmare Hellface Generator is Cutting-Edge Machine Learning

Generative adversarial networks strike again.<p>If you'll recall, just a few months ago we were doing this with cats. Draw something in a little box and an algorithm will try to interpret it as a cat and then fill in the colors and textures according to a machine learning model training on thousands …

There Is a Better Way to Teach Math (and Understand It)

In 1939, the fictional professor J. Abner Pediwell published a curious book called “The Saber-Tooth Curriculum.”<p>Through a series of satirical …

JavaScript: Arrow Functions for Beginners

Last week I published this post on the keyword this for beginners. One of the topics that wasn’t covered in that article was arrow functions. The …

Moving From Angular to Vue : A vuetiful journey

I work on a SaaS product which has several front-end portals and all of them were build on Angular 1. After more than 2 years in production, Angular …

32 books everyone should read in their lifetime

Do you aspire to be one of those people who knows at least a little bit about everything?<p>There's any easy way to do it: Read everything!<p>You can't just stick to the mystery novels, anthologies, or biographies you know and love. If you really want to become a more well-rounded person, you'll need to …

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Noam Chomsky: Is it fair to worry about Trump staging a false flag terrorist attack?

<b>Noam Chomsky (Getty/William B. Plowman)</b><p>Chomsky warns of scapegoating vulnerable people in an interview: “That can turn out to be very ugly.”<p>Jan Frel<p>March 27, 2017 7:16pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>It's March 2017, and the political process and the media in the U.S. are a …

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Stanford researchers accidentally discover a whole new role for the cerebellum

By on March 20, 2017 at 12:00 pm<p>The cerebellum, that weird wrinkly bit of brainstuff at the back of the skull, is sort of the ugly stepsister of the …

Free resources for learning full stack web development

When getting started with new technologies and languages, it can be a bit daunting having to sift through all of the options for education resources. …

Solar storms trigger surprising phenomena close to Earth

Eruptions on the Sun’s surface send clouds of electrically charged particles towards Earth, producing solar storms that–among other things–can …

'Nobody's business'? 5 Things to Know About Genetic Testing Bill

Health Care<p>Despite the country’s focus on the American Health Care Act, a smaller bill is also working its way through Congress — one that could overturn years of legislative protections for patients.<p>This bill would potentially pressure patients to submit to genetic testing as part of worker …

A Visual Guide To Statistics

A Brown University student creates math lessons for the more visually inclined among us.<p>Statisticians are one of the fastest growing jobs in the country–and for good reason. “As data becomes more and more a part of people’s lives, statistics is becoming more a part of people’s lives,” says Daniel …

This Athlete Neuroscientist Is Changing The Way We Workout

Getting “in the zone” is a transcendent moment in any workout, game, or performance. You let go and your body seems to take over. You hit your marks. Everything feels natural. For a moment, you’re able to make the impossible look easy. Brett Wingeier knows that feeling. He’s an …

A Giant Neuron Has Been Found Wrapped Around The Entire Circumference of The Brain

This could be where consciousness forms.<p>For the first time, scientists have detected a giant neuron wrapped around the entire circumference of a …

Scientists sound the alarm on impending ‘major extinction event’

Biologists are gathering at the Vatican this week to discuss ways to stave off massive man-made extinction.<p>In June of 2016, a group of scientists …

Whose news is fake? Here's the latest in Trump's war with the press

Every president since 1981 has attended the annual White House Correspondents' Assn. dinner.<p>That year, President Reagan missed out. The reason? He needed to recover after a would-be assassin fired a bullet into his chest a few weeks earlier.<p>On Saturday, President Trump announced he will not be …

A New Study Finds a Surprising Treatment for Migraines

Migraines affect 18% of women in the U.S., yet as common as they are, effective treatments aren't always easy to come by. People have sought costly …

The War That Made America a Superpower (No, Not World War II)

The end of the Second World War is often considered the defining moment when the United States became a global power. In fact, it was another war …

This Simple Tweak Is One Of The Best Ways To Protect Your Windows Computer

A lot of Windows users take an additive approach when it comes to security. Think you need to increase your protection? Install another piece of software. There are some great apps out there, like RansomFree, but you can actually make your Windows PC a lot more secure simply by changing one little …

Whether You’re Right- or Left-Handed Has Nothing to Do With Your Brain

Right-handed people are more logical, and left-handed people are more creative. Right? Maybe not.<p>According to a study published last week in the …

How I launched a side hustle that earns enough to cover my mortgage payment — and requires less than 10 hours of work per week

I loaded my iPhone with apps like Evernote, Outlook, Mail, and Agenda to keep track of to-dos, appointments, and meetings. But I found myself more unfocused and lost in the swirl of life than ever.<p>I started using an old-fashioned notepad for my to-do list, and liked it. Then I started printing my …

Want To Know What Your Brain Does When It Hears A Question?

Questions hijack the brain. The moment you hear one, you literally can’t think of anything else. And that can be a powerful tool.<p>What color is your house?<p>After reading that question, what were you thinking about? The obvious answer is the color of your house. Though this exercise may seem ordinary, …

Pregnant fossil shows bird and crocodile ancestors gave birth to live young

Giving birth to live young is one of the traits we use to distinguish mammals from other animals. But certain kinds of lizards, snakes and …

The Ultimate Question of Programming, Refactoring, and Everything

Yes, you've guessed correctly - the answer is "42". In this article you will find 42 recommendations about coding in C++ that can help a programmer …

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