Patrick Thonhauser

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Making the Touch Bar finally useful

15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is my main work tool for more than a year. I use it every single day, all day long — to code, to process photos, …

MacBook Pro

A quick guide to CORS

A JavaScript application running in the browser can usually only access HTTP resources on the same domain (origin) that serves it.Loading images or …

JavaScript

What’s New in Swift 4.1?

Xcode 9.3 and Swift 4.1 are finally out of beta! This release contains some long-awaited improvements to the standard library and language itself. If …

25 Open Datasets for Deep Learning Every Data Scientist Must Work With

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Deep Learning

You can take Google's Machine Learning Crash Course for free now

Google’s new ‘Machine Learning Crash Course’ is now available and it’s free for everyone. If robots are coming for your job this class will prepare you for your next one.<p>This same course has been taken by more than 18,000 Google engineers, and this is the first time it’s been made available to the …

Machine Learning

30 Movies from the Past 10 Years Everyone Should Watch at Least Once

Movie night, here we come.<p>If you’re looking for great movies, look no further. I’ve compiled a list of fantastic films from the past ten …

6 New Cryptocurrencies That Should Be on Your Radar

New cryptocurrencies offer great opportunities, albeit with great risk, as they promise to revolutionize various aspects of the human experience.<p>Today, there are, of course, several major cryptocurrencies that are widely traded, as well less many less-well-known (a.k.a. alt-) cryptos that have been …

Blockchain

10 Laws Of UX, Illustrated

A handy guide for remembering Fitts’s Law, Jakob’s Law, and more.<p>Good design tends to follow general principles that give designers overarching guidelines to work within. But for user experience and interface designers, there are also laws that govern the nitty-gritty. For instance, it’s helpful to …

UX Design

How to Ace a Coding Challenge in a Software Engineering Interview

Be sure to document your work and comment aggressively. There's no one on the other side of the phone line to hear your thought process.<p><i>What can I expect from a coding challenge? originally appeared on Quora:</i> <i>the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better</i> …

Employment

OAuth 2.0 with Swift Tutorial

<i>Update note</i>: This tutorial has been updated to Swift 4 by Owen Brown. The original tutorial was written by Corinne Krych.Take a look at a few …

CSS tricks to revolutionise your web layouts

If you’ve been working in the web industry for a couple of years, you may feel that you're always coding or designing the same website layout. …

Graphics

How to get started with Sketch for app design

Sketch isn't exactly the new kid on the block when it comes to app design any more. Maybe you've been using it for a while, or maybe you're new to …

Implementing state with scan in RxSwift

Contents<p>4/Apr 2016 By Marin Todorov<p>Intro<p>Common misconception is that you cannot have state with Rx. Well you can - and there’s a special operator …

How to Fake a Snowy Landscape in Photoshop

The rise of Photoshop has made us question almost every photograph that we see on the Internet. And I still don’t think we realize just how many …

New algorithm cracks graph problem

A puzzle that has long flummoxed computers and the scientists who program them has suddenly become far more manageable.<p>A new algorithm efficiently …

Algorithms

“No UI” Design’s Next Move: Fake UI

Our interfaces lie to shield us from what’s really going on behind the scenes. Are placebo interfaces helpful or harmful?<p>Our interfaces are lying to us. Elevator “close” buttons don’t really close the doors. Software progress bars don’t map to actual progress. Mobile apps like Instagram say they’ve …

University of Michigan