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Jury in Oracle v. Google finds in Google's favour
The new utopias: Should we retain the right to feel unhappy at work?
Cellphone-Cancer Link Found in Government Study
Google is making the same mistake now that Microsoft did in the 90s
Searching 20 GB/sec: Systems Engineering Before Algorithms (2014)
Sorting algorithms visualizer
Person carrying bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort found in U.S.
Who really gets hurt when startups blow up, and what to do about it
Symantec Issues Intermediate CA Certificate for Blue Coat Public Services
Two-hundred-terabyte math proof is largest ever
How to untrust the BlueCoat CA
Microsoft won't back down from Windows 10 nagware 'trick'
NOPRODUCT – accepting money now
Parallelizing the Naughty Dog Engine Using Fibers [video]
Ripple is a Silicon Valley-based startup making milk from peas
Could a neuroscientist understand a microprocessor?
Blogging cells tell their stories using CRISPR gene editing
Show HN: Chatbots made easy – Build, train, and deploy bots
Intel acquires Itseez, maker of OpenCV
React Tutorial: Cloning Yelp
Goldman Sachs Dumps Numerical-Ranking System for Employees
Show HN: WebGL Minecraft-like scripting environment for teaching programming
Did the Clinton Email Server Have an Internet-Based Printer?
Introducing Blue Ocean: a new user experience for Jenkins
Gigster Fund – Freelancers Benefit When the Company and Clients Do Well
Introducing Google Container Engine (GKE)
Boosted (YC S12) is looking for an engineer to work on our next product
Engineering for Engineering's Sake [video]
Google wins trial against Oracle as jury finds Android is “fair use”
American schools are teaching our kids how to code all wrong. The light and fluffy version of computer science—which is proliferating as a superficial response to the increased need for coders in the workplace—is a phenomenon I refer to as “pop computing.”
Google vs Oracle: Jury has found a verdict. Google's use of the declaring code and SSO Of APIs is fair use.
Announcing Rust 1.9
PostgreSQL 9.6 Beta 1 released! (with parallel sequential scans, joins and aggregates)
Bjarne Stroustrup: C++ Today
A Big-O cheat sheet for Data Structures and Algorithms [Printable Version]
.NET Core is Boiling the Ocean
The Software Development Poverty Trap
Billions of dollars and the future of software development depend on a jury's ability to understand complex programming concepts [Oracle-Google trial]
Windows Containers on Windows 10
Searching 20 GB/sec: Systems Engineering Before Algorithms
The 5 stages of developer grief
The Architecture of the League of Legends Client Update
High-Performance C++ in Practice (Slides, R/Finance 2016)
Former Facebook engineer goes in depth on coding interview questions
Java Generics are Turing Complete
Engineering for Engineering's Sake [video]
IBM Big Data InfoSphere
Scaling to 100M: MySQL is a Better NoSQL
Why Google's victory in a copyright fight with Oracle is a big deal
These 10 Coding Challenges Can Help You Train Your Brain
TI99/4A Animation With BASIC
Why the Best Companies and Developers Give Away Almost Everything They Do
A New Chapter for Fair Use on YouTube- h3h3Productions
So this is why I have been binge watching Archer lately..!
iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is replacing 60,000 workers with robots
Picture my daughter took on her 5th grade trip to Washington DC. I was impressed.
Munchkin likes to sit on his own paws
TIL that Harvard has a pigment library where the sources of rare colors are stored. These sources include ground shells of now extinct insects, poisonious metals, and wrappings from Egyptian mummies.
What is the dumbest 100% serious thing someone has said to you?
You know you're fucked if your favorite band visits you while you're in a hospital
My city just added a safe, public place to conduct exchanges made on the internet. Directly in front of the police station.
When Gilbert Gottfried had Tom Bergeron and the cast busting a gut, while holding the contestants of "Hollywood Squares" hostage by fighting for the final square
Fitted a PC into a Jaguar X-type (x-post from /r/cars)
ELI5: Why is adding acid to water safer than adding water to acid? Thinking of the rhyme "acid to water just like you oughtta, water to acid you might get blasted".
Yang Jiang, Chinese writer and translator of ‘Don Quixote,’ dies at 104
Fool me twice.. Nope. Still shame on you.
Hand Rolled Ice Cream
Mom of 'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch Indicted for Helping Son Escape to Mexico
Mars has just exited an extreme ice age, according to new research. At its peak, 370,000 years ago, “Mars would have actually looked more white than red,” says the lead astrophysicist, Isaac Smith.
My late Grandmother during the Great Depression in Oklahoma. She just got done hunting squirrels and has them in her hand along with her 22 rifle
TIFU By Realizing, The First Rule to Getting a Girlfriend, is Getting a Wife
Thailand has shut down 10 popular diving sites in a bid to slow a coral bleaching crisis, an official said Thursday, in a rare move to shun tourism profits to protect the environment
IamA Blind Canadian who now has some vision because of a 'Bionic Eye'. AMA!
Scientists have completely mapped the genome of the "Young Man of Byrsa,” a Phoenician who lived 2,500 years ago, and whose remains were discovered outside Carthage in 1994.
Woman wearing "Stop Domestic Violence" T-shirt arrested for domestic violence
Jumpstart Your PHP Testing with Codeception
The 10 Most Common Mistakes That Unity Developers Make
Productivity On The Road: Work Full-Time, Travel Solo, Have Fun
Clustering Algorithms: From Start To State Of The Art
HTTP Request Testing: A Developer's Survival Tool
Express, Koa, Meteor, Sails.js: Four Frameworks Of The Apocalypse
Declarative Programming: Is It A Real Thing?
Using Scala.js With NPM And Browserify
Introduction To Concurrent Programming: A Beginner's Guide
Programming Visually With Node-RED: Wiring Up The Internet Of Things With Ease
Introduction To BEM Methodology
Encouraging Action And Timeliness In A Remote Workplace
Gulp Under the Hood: Building a Stream-based Task Automation Tool
You Need a Hero: The Project Manager
Clean Code and The Art of Exception Handling
HSA For Developers: Heterogeneous Computing For The Masses
Getting Started with Elixir Programming Language
Handling Intensive Tasks with Laravel
Toptal's Quick and Practical CSS Cheat Sheet
Rethinking Authentication And Biometric Security, The Toptal Way
Mastering 2D Cameras in Unity: A Tutorial for Game Developers
The 9 Most Common Mistakes That Ionic Developers Make
How to Create a Simple Python WebSocket Server Using Tornado
Top Ten Front-End Design Rules For Developers
A Tutorial on Drill-down FusionCharts in jQuery
Boost Your Productivity With Amazon Web Services
Android Developer’s Guide to Fragment Navigation Pattern
How to Bootstrap and Create .NET Projects
Retrotechtacular: Examining Music in 1950’s Russia
Hackaday Prize Entry: Open-Source Myoelectric Hand Prosthesis
Nanowire Batteries Never Need Replacing
PhD Crystal Radio has Pizza Capacitor
Hamvention: The Flea Market
Hack Your Apartment: Keyless Entry with Little Effort
Mars Is Coming Out Of An Ice Age
Apple Not Allowed To Open Stores In India
Patent Troll VirnetX Wants To Ban FaceTime and iMessage, Increase Damages Award By $190M
Anonymous Hackers Turned Stock Analysts Are Targeting US, Chinese Corporations
Smartphone Surveillance Tech Used To Target Anti-Abortion Ads At Pregnant Women
Scott Walker Rents Out Email and Donor Lists To Pay Campaign Debt
Antibiotic-Resistant E Coli Reaches The US For The First Time
Study: '50% of Misogynistic Tweets From Women'
Millennials Value Speed Over Security, Says Survey
Android Is 'Fair Use' As Google Beats Oracle In $9 Billion Lawsuit
Consumer Campaigners Read T&C Of Their Mobile Phone Apps To Prove a Point
A Third Of New Cellular Customers Last Quarter Were Cars
Slashdot Asks: Should It Be Legal To Resell E-Books, Software, and Other Digital Goods?
Microsoft and Facebook Building Underwater Transatlantic 'MAREA' Data Cable
E-Cigs Are Exploding In Vapers' Faces At An Alarming Rate
Facebook starts selling offsite ads targeting non-users too (TechCrunch)
Intel buys computer vision company Itseez, co-founded by two former Intel researchers, in IoT and autonomous car push (Barb Darrow/Fortune)
Twitter's audio cards will now support Spotify, offer 30-second clips in timelines and Moments (Josh Constine/TechCrunch)
Report: Snapchat's share price did not increase from last year in latest fundraising round (Alexei Oreskovic/Business Insider)
Nick Denton challenges Peter Thiel to a public debate in open letter, says decade-long campaign by Thiel is out of proportion, asks about ultimate intent (Nick Denton/Gawker)
Facebook and Microsoft partner to lay highest capacity transatlantic internet cable yet, connecting Virginia and Spain with a bandwidth of 160Tbps (Cade Metz/Wired)
Jury in Oracle suit unanimously finds Google's use of Java APIs in Android was fair use; Oracle vows to appeal (Joe Mullin/Ars Technica)
Twitter execs Jana Messerschmidt, head of business development, and Nathan Hubbard, head of media and commerce, are planning to leave the company (Kurt Wagner/Recode)
Intel Capital restructures its investment team, opts not to sell part of portfolio that could have been worth $1B (Deborah Gage/Wall Street Journal)
As Facebook courts publishers, the company and some of its directors decline to comment on board member Peter Thiel's funding of lawsuit against Gawker (Kara Swisher/Recode)
Twitch launches Clips so gamers can quickly share short videos of their favorite moments (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)
Twilio publicly files for IPO, seeks listing on NYSE under ticker symbol TWLO; filing reveals $166.92M in revenue and $35.5M net loss in 2015 (Ken Yeung/VentureBeat)
Filing: Snapchat raised $1.8B in Series F round; leaked deck reveals $59M revenue in 2015, 110M DAUs in December (TechCrunch)
GoDaddy launches Flare, a community app for sharing and rating business ideas (Paul Sawers/VentureBeat)
Lenovo Q4 profit up 80% to $180M but revenue falls 24% to $9.13B YoY as PC demand slows (Wall Street Journal)
Google Doesn’t Owe Oracle a Cent for Using Java in Android, Jury Finds
Peter Thiel’s Gawker Suit Is Another Free Speech Debacle for Facebook
Watch SpaceX Try to Land Another Rocket on a Robo-Barge
ExxonMobil: Climate Change Is Real, But ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Soon You’ll Swallow Origami Pills and Get Magnetic Colonoscopies
Song Exploder: Busdriver Embraces Cacophony on ‘Worlds to Run’
Facebook and Microsoft Are Laying a Giant Cable Across the Atlantic
Watch Two Heroes Race to Chop a Car in Half With an Ax
Clever Flat Furniture Folds Into Place Like a Pop-Up Book
The ISS’s New Space Module Fails Its First Inflation Attempt
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