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Will the launch of .DEV impact the value of .IO domain names?

Well it’s official, .DEV is here, and since the new registry is being run by Google, it’s safe to say there’s a nice marketing budget behind it. I personally think .DEV is a pretty solid extension for developers or anything dev-related and being three characters it’s short and very easy to remember. Before I go […]

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Want to learn Ruby on Rails? Here’s a tutorial that’s actually fun

I was reading through the top news stories on Y Combinator’s Hacker news this morning and came across an interesting one. There’s a guy who wanted to learn Ruby on Rails, so he decided to build a clone of Medium.com using Ruby on Rails and React and documented the entire experience. The result is a […]

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Is Coding Becoming Obsolete? and… You’re Not Meant to Do What You Love

Today: Coding, Doing what you love, Personal Brand, Google, VR, Continuing Education Is coding becoming obsolete? (Part I) You’re Not Meant to Do What You Love You’re meant to do what you’re good at 2 Years From Now, If You Don’t Have A Personal Brand, Nobody Is Going To Work With You How I got […]

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Amazon For Pot: "Already Pretty High When We Started Rolling This" …. Ads.txt Could Wipe Out a Legion of Programmatic Players

Stop Being Embarrassed by Your Hustle; The Next Big Blue-Collar Job Is Coding; A Yacht That Sells Itself; 16 of the Dumbest Content Marketing Mistakes We’re Still Making; Old Marketing Habits Don’t Work Anymore; Here Are 4 Modern Tactics You; Employees From More Than 250,000 Companies Around the World are Now Using Airbnb When Traveling […]

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BIG Click Fraud Bust in Texas; New iPhone Will Cost Over $1,000

The Numbers 3, 6, and 9 Is Finally REVEALED! Why Startup Success Hinges On A Knockout Business Name; Comcast can no longer lie about having the ‘fastest internet in America’; Can You Just Tell Me the Price? The Next Big Blue-Collar Job Is Coding; Amazon And Google May Face Antitrust Scrutiny Under Trump; Quantum Theory […]

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Has Greece Got A Deal For You; Elon Musk Envisions Pizza Parlors, Iron Ore Factories On Mars

Alcatel-Lucent CTO: “I don’t really believe in the Internet of Things for consumers”; Top 10 Stats Behind the Power of Video Marketing; Messaging system aims to connect users across generations; Anyone can learn coding for free by completing projects for nonprofits; Thought catcher automatically converts users’ ideas into actions; 3D printed previews for cosmetic surgery […]

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Want to learn Python? Here are 3 great places to get started (Updated for 2015)

I’ve been writing Python code  since the 90’s, so yes, that makes be pretty darn old. Back then I had to learn Python from a book because, well, this whole Internet thing hadn’t taken off yet so books were the norm. Fast forward to today and there are so many places to learn Python online […]

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A few common misconceptions about Cython

I’m a big fan of Python, I’ve said it before and I’ll proudly say it again. At the same time I’m also a big fan of code that runs fast, really fast, which is why I’m a fan of writing high-performance Python code. A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about Python Performance […]

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Python Performance Optimization – 3 Ways to make Python go Vroooom

I love making existing code run faster. There’s something incredibly satisfying about taking code and optimizing it to get the same results, but a lot faster. When I was getting my Masters degree I took a deep dive into processor-level optimization and what I learned blew my mind. Now, fast-forward over a decade later and […]

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Want to learn Python Flask? Here’s Five Places To Get Started (Updated for 2015)

So I used to be a low-level programmer, in fact that’s what I spent most of my time doing while I was at CMU. I did wild and crazy things like optimizing C code in assembly and making sure that code was not just re-factored but optimized for the specific processor we were using. Now […]

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