Adventures in the Dark Web of Government Data

Adventures in the Dark Web of Government Data

Government bureaucracy is your friend. The US federal government alone produces tens of thousands of different forms that collect information on everything from the owner and location of every oil well in the country, to the VIN number of every car that’s imported, the location and height of every cell phone tower, and much more. While most of this data is locked behind clunky 1990s-era search forms, or in exports of antiquated database formats, the…

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Post-Mortem NodeJS Debugging || Thomas Watson

Post-Mortem NodeJS Debugging || Thomas Watson

Post-Mortem debugging is a really powerful technique that allows you, through the use of several tools, to take a memory dump when an issue occurs in your application and later analyze it offline. The talk will primarily focus on llnode and how you can use this tool to better understand why a Node.js process is behaving odd or is crashing. EVENT: Amsterdam JSNation Conference 2019 https://jsnation.com SPEAKER: Thomas Watson PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding…

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Explanation of Various Programmer Roles | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

Explanation of Various Programmer Roles | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

Explanation of Various Programmer Roles | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka In today’s video, I’ll discuss the differences among various software developer or programmer roles and how each one correlates to another role. If you’d like to know more about this topic, please stay tuned. This video is brought to you by The Learn Programming Academy’s The Advanced Xamarin Developer Masterclass course: https://lpa.dev/YoutubeAdvancedX/y1 My name is Tim Buchalka and I have put…

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The Mathematics of Natural Intelligence

The Mathematics of Natural Intelligence

Recent breakthroughs in artificial intelligence are based on probabilistic programs, which go far beyond the capabilities of neural networks. MIT’s Josh Tenenbaum explains how reverse-engineering the ways in which human babies learn has enabled the development of robots that can, for example, imagine new uses for tools they have never seen before. EVENT: World Economic Forum 2019 Idea Labs SPEAKER: Josh Tenenbaum PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse…

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OpenCV Python Tutorial For Beginners 25 – Detect Simple Geometric Shapes using OpenCV in Python

OpenCV Python Tutorial For Beginners 25 – Detect Simple Geometric Shapes using OpenCV in Python

In this video on OpenCV Python Tutorial For Beginners, I am going to show How to Detect Simple Geometric Shapes using OpenCV in Python. Gist of code I used in this video (Simple shape detection – Opencv with Python Tutorial ) – https://gist.github.com/pknowledge/1ac15006bb1d86350fc8e5c47d324f64 We will see what contours are. we will Learn to find contours, draw contours, we will see these functions : cv2.findContours(), cv2.drawContours(). In this project we are detecting and tracking motion using…

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Do Software Developers Need Communication Skills? | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

Do Software Developers Need Communication Skills? | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

Do Software Developers Need Communication Skills? | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka Have you noticed that movies often depict programmers as people who are either socially awkward or lacking social and communication skills? In today’s video, I’ll discuss if programmers really need to have good social and communication skills. If you want to know more about this topic, please keep on watching. This video is brought to you by The Learn Programming…

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What Is UX Design

What Is UX Design

What actually IS UX Design? How can you take an experience that already exists, and improve it for the user? In this video, one of our senior product / UX designers, Dee, defines the term ‘UX’, and describes the 3 essential areas that makes for GREAT User Experiences. Dee offers practical examples of GOOD and BAD UX Design, and what the implications of each can be, along with insights of what you can expect to…

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The Future of Machine Learning and JavaScript

The Future of Machine Learning and JavaScript

There are many exciting things happening with AI, from which, until recently, JavaScript developers were largely shut out. But things are changing, if you can do `npm install @tensorflow/tfjs` or make an API call, you can now do AI. In this fast-paced talk, I’ll open your mind to what’s possible by demoing several AI-powered JavaScript apps and show you how they were built using either TensorFlow.js or easy to use AI-powered APIs. You don’t need…

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Best Coding Practices and Code Conventions: Why Are They Important?

Best Coding Practices and Code Conventions: Why Are They Important?

Best Coding Practices and Code Conventions: Why Are They Important? Today, we’ll talk about best practices when it comes to coding and the importance of these code conventions. If you want to know more about what coding conventions means and why they are relevant to your programming journey, then keep on watching. This video is brought to you by The Learn Programming Academy’s Learn C# for Beginners Crash Course: https://lpa.dev/YoutubeCSharp/y3 My name is Tim Buchalka…

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An Attackers View of Serverless and GraphQL Apps

An Attackers View of Serverless and GraphQL Apps

Serverless Technology (Functions as a Service) is fast becoming the next “big thing” in the world of distributed applications. Organizations are investing a great deal of resources in this technology as a force-multiplier, cost-saver and ops-simplification cure-all. Especially with widespread support from cloud vendors, this technology is going to only become more influential. However, like everything else, Serverless apps are subject to a a wide variety of attack possibilities, ranging from attacks against access control…

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