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How to escape the overthinking trap: stop judging yourself

The despair from comparing ourselves with others is the original fake news. We need to develop a new relationship with our thoughts<p>Before Christmas I took a young relative to a jazz concert. The thought of it ruined his whole day. He scuffed around the house like an alt-right voter at a refugee …

Fake News

Know Your Language: C Rules Everything Around Me (Part One)

A brief history of the programming language to end all programming languages.<p>C.<p>C is everywhere and in everything. C powers the Mars Curiosity rover, every computer operating system, every mobile OS, the Java Virtual Machine, Google Chrome, ATM machines, the computers in your car, the computers in …

Visual Studio 2015 is now available for developers

Microsoft has today released the latest version of Visual Studio, a major update to the company’s flagship development environment.<p>The update is a big upgrade for developers, inviting them to build apps for entirely new platforms and making it easier to port existing apps.<p>Visual Studio 2015 …

Microsoft Visual Studio

Intel delays next-gen chips as Moore's law begins to crack

Intel says its next-gen "Cannonlake" chips will be delayed by six months, marking the second time in a row it hasn't released a CPU on a two-year "Moore's law" cycle. Last year's 14-nanometer Broadwell chips were similarly delayed, and even Haswell and Ivy Bridge were behind schedule. Intel said …

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Watch & code along w/ 30 hours of content in 7 courses<p>Get exclusive access to new content & top-notch support<p>Build four comprehensive web …

Apps

Google accidentally reveals data on 'right to be forgotten' requests

Data shows 95% of Google privacy requests are from citizens out to protect personal and private information – not criminals, politicians and public figures<p>Google’s data leak reveals flaws in making it judge and jury over our rights<p>Less than 5% of nearly 220,000 individual requests made to Google to …

Privacy

NSA releases Linux-based open source infosec tool

The US National Security Agency has offered up one of its cyber security tools for government departments and the private sector to use freely to …

Cybersecurity

Python Versus R in Apache Spark

The June update to Apache Spark brought support for R, a significant enhancement that opens the big data platform to a large audience of new …

Functional Programming in a Dysfunctional World

Much has been said about the virtues of functional programming (FP) - conciseness, laziness, and concurrency, just to name a few. While it’s …