Amazon kills. Its sale-prediction technology is the queen, its logistics infrastructure the king. To their competitors, they are not merciful. But, strong as they are, this isn’t another death-by-Bezos.
“The majority of America is with the Democrats on the issues. They just find the ‘woke’ people irritating as Hell.”
The more effort we put toward fixing a bug, three others appear. This week, as I was improving my site’s performance, Google’s Lighthouse became my new best friend.
To provide a truly context-driven experience, we need a context-driven interface. React delivers that in spades. But what are the costs? And how do we make the case for it?
Hate debugging your code? Then do yourself a favor: test your code before you write it. You won’t have to guess anymore, if you take the test-driven approach.
Every time you open a piece of email, you may inadvertently, quietly, very accurately tell the sender a lot about you.
The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether warrantless seizure of a person’s cell network usage records violates the Constitution. What’s really at stake? Hasn’t the Constitution and court already addressed the issue?
You know the reasons why net neutrality is a good thing — but do you know how in(significant) the FCC’s rules have been? Do you understand the real threat?