Programming 

Impressions from the first Zerynth Continuous Learning Webinar – UX Design for IoT Projects

We had our first Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar last week. If you’ve watched the webinar you got to learn about UX design for IoT projects straight from the experts. For this first webinar, Daniele Mazzei, our Co-founder, and Chief Innovation Officer talked about User Experience design in the context of IoT. Daniele is an Assistant Professor at the Computer Science department of the University of Pisa where he teaches Human Machine Interface and Social Robotics. And if you haven’t, here’s a little snippet, to show you how it went: For…

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Programming 

Freelance Developer – How to Code From Home and Earn Six Figures [Industry Report]

What keeps you going day after day? No matter what, you already know that your motivation is the most important building block of your success. In the following, I’d like to give you some fact-based motivation why creating your coding business online can easily be the most rewarding decision in your life.  Yet, motivation is not everything. If you want to make your business work, you must show some persistency. You need to keep working on it for many months, even years. There’s no quick and easy way to create…

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Andre Roberge: Xmas present from Thonny

Today, a new version (3.2.5) of Thonny has been released. It incorporates support for Friendly-traceback (which needs to be installed separately). Currently, the download link on Thonny’s homepage still links to version 3.2.4. The latest version can be found on Github.Thonny is a fantastic IDE for beginners, especially those learning in a classroom environment, as it offers many useful tools that can be used effectively by teachers to demonstrate some programming concepts.  Thonny is the work of Aivar Annamaa, who is apparently recognized as an excellent lecturer — which does not…

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java 

How to Remove a Key, Value, or Entry from an HashMap in Java 8 – Example Tutorial

In the last article, I have shown how to remove key/value pairs from a map in Java based upon some conditions like remove all entries where values are greater than some values. I have told you that you must use the Iterator's remove() method for removing mapping while iteration to avoid ConcurrentModificationException, but that's not required anymore in Java 8. From JDK 8 onwards, you can selectively remove mapping without iterating over Map. The JDK 8 API has added several new methods to existing interfaces e.g. java.util.Collection, java.util.Map, Comparator etc…

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Programming 

How to Boost Your Intelligence? 10 Tips From Science

This article provides you with tips to help you become a more intelligent human being. Ignore them at your own risk! 1. Sleep More Sleep deprivation reduces your intelligence [Killgore 2008]. Say, you decide to sleep only six instead of eight hours from now on. Congratulations, you’ve gained 8% more time which you could theoretically use to be more productive. However, scientific research papers prove that if you sleep less than seven hours, you’ll become dumber and less healthy: you’ll develop diabetes, heart disease, stroke, depression, and die earlier [Oxford…

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HELP: Unable to get CSS elements removed from Webkit browser properly

Hi all, For some reason I cannot get id and classes blocked in a JSON file for Safari site blocking. Able to get it to work properly with a style sheet but for some reason not the JSON. Is there something that JSON and CSS need extra that a .CSS file doesn't? These work in the .CSS #Header {background-color: #1111 !important} iframe#GDM123 I'm lost it seem i cannot find an answer. submitted by /u/yawn_zz [link] [comments]

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How to Remove an Element From a Python List by Index?

Want to remove an element at a given position i in a list a? Simply use the del a[i] operation to remove the element at index position i. Here’s the Python code example: a = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] del a[2] print(a) # [0, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] del a[0] print(a) # [1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9] del a[-1] print(a) # [1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8] del a[2:4] print(a) # [1, 3, 6, 7, 8]…

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css 

Blocking Third-Party Hands from the Cookie Jar

Third-party cookies are set on your computer from domains other than the one that you’re actually on right now. For example, if I log into css-tricks.com, I’ll get a cookie from css-tricks.com that handles my authentication. But css-tricks.com might also load an image from some other site. A common tactic in online advertising is to render a “tracking pixel” image (well named, right?) that is used to track advertising impressions. That request to another site for the image (say, ad.doubleclick.com) also can set a cookie. Eric Lawrence explains the issue:…

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java 

How to find the 3rd (kth) Node from end or tail in a linked list in Java

Hello guys, the problem to find the 3rd element from the end in a singly linked list or Kth node from the tail is one of the tricky but frequently asked linked list problems in Programming job interviews. I know you can easily solve this problem by moving from tail to head or in the reverse direction but the main challenge here is to solve the problem in just one pass. That means, you can not traverse the linked list again and you cannot traverse backward because it's a singly…

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