REVERSOÂ is a call to look at what is happening now in art from the underside which, until recently just peeking through, is now becoming increasingly visible, from the reverse of a suddenly upended side, as well as being a device that saves the lives of climbers in case they suddenly fall off the rock, helping […]
From the first mechanical devices of ancient Greece to the new frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, man has always been attracted to the idea of creating an artificial fellow creature. The exhibition retraces the relationship between human beings and their doubles, revealing to the public the results achieved so far, the extraordinary technological developments and the […]
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It's extremely common now to encounter code written in the Go programming language, especially if you are working with containers, Kubernetes, or a cloud ecosystem. Docker was one of the first projects to adopt Golang, Kubernetes followed, and many new projects select Go over other programming languages.
"Hello, I'm Miss Jess, and my students taught me how to code."
When I say this to new students, they often think I misspoke. But it's true. Coding always interested me, but it seemed inaccessible. Then my students taught me to code a video game during a few lunch breaks.
Their encouraging advice and suggestions helped me create my first video game using Scratch. The game was simple. It was about a monkey catching bananas as they fell from the sky. If you caught a ripe banana, you earned points.
When next you meet an existentialist, ask him what kind of existentialist s/he is. There are at least as many varieties of existentialism as there have been high-profile thinkers propounding it. Several major strains ran through postwar France alone, most famously those championed by Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Albert Camus â who explicitly […]
An Animated Introduction to Albert Camus’ Existentialism, a Philosophy Making a Comeback in Our Dysfunctional Times is a post from: Open Culture. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, or get our Daily Email. And don't miss our big collections of Free Online Courses, Free Online Movies, Free eBooks,Â Free Audio Books, Free Foreign Language Lessons, and MOOCs.
âCorrelation does not equal causationâ isnât always a fun thing to say at parties, but it is always a good phrase to keep in mind when approaching survey data. Does the study really show that? Might it show the opposite? Does it confirm pre-existing biases or fail to acknowledge valid counterevidence? A little bit of […]
The Liberal Arts Can Make People Less Susceptible to Authoritarianism, a New Study Finds is a post from: Open Culture. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, or get our Daily Email. And don't miss our big collections of Free Online Courses, Free Online Movies, Free eBooks,Â Free Audio Books, Free Foreign Language Lessons, and MOOCs.
Letâs say you go home for the holidays. Anythingâs possible, who knows. Itâs a wild world. Letâs say you get there and someone starts laying on you that trip about how Q Continuum said mail-in voting was orchestrated by satanic cables from Anarchist HQ. Letâs say you overhear something more down-to-earth, like how if mail-in […]
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Hyperledger is an open source blockchain platform under the umbrella of the Linux Foundation. It contains multiple frameworks like Indy, Grid, Fabric, Iroha, Sawtooth and Burrow, with support tools like Composer, Aries, Caliper, Quilt, Transact, URSA, Explorer and Cello. Hyperledgerâs many frameworks are appropriate for various blockchain architectural purposes unlike other such platforms that do […]
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Druva noted that the solution is industry’s first SaaS-based one to offer data protection for kubernetes Druva has announced beta support for Kubernetes workloads which delivers complete application protection that is accessible by all teams, including the central IT team and DevOps. Offered through Druva Cloud Platform, the company noted that users can quickly recover, […]
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