Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia bring a serious smorgasbord of topics to the livestream this week: spanning from machine learning doodles, data viz with Nivo, the OSI model, and more.
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- Celebrating 50 Years of Text Games, and The Hobbit (1982).
- Combining React and D3.js, and using Nivo for rich dataviz libraries built on top
- State of JS 2020 (and an excellent t-shirt)
- Ryan Dahl founds the Deno Company to improve Deno
- Generate images from a text description with DaLL-E
- Machine learning can detect your doodles – go ahead, give it a draw!
- The NPM ‘netmask’ package has a 9-year-old vulnerability
- “I made an eInk newspaper“
- Beware the appeal of ‘low code’ development
- Rails code library yanked
- Do you know the OSI model?
- ‘Incompetent developers’ blamed For New Zealand’s patient privacy breach of COVID-19 vaccine booking
- The Modern Java Platform, 2021 Edition by James Ward
- Stanford scientists reverse engineer the Moderna vaccina, and post the code on Github
This livestream took place on March 30, 2020 at noon. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and tune in every Tuesday at noon EST to hang out with Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia.