Some programming languages become widely used. Others languish in obscurity. How can you predict which languages will succeed and which will fail? Tamir Khason has figured it out: it's not the the language, but the developer.
TIP: " YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD!!! I feel this point is worth mentioning solely because it’s something I’ve dealt with through the years when making career-based decisions. Our society is steeped in age-restrictive logic, but thankfully, such logic is increasingly being chipped away. Talent is talent, no matter your age or educational background. If you think you have it in you to be a talented programmer, then go for it! Time is on your side. Plus, if you’re like me, you’ve essentially wasted what could have been 12 years of learning — even if only bit-by-bit (no pun intended). In the words of one Tony Lucca, “It takes the time it takes to get it right.”
a Japanese-UK computer science team describe how they made functional logic gates by constructing a maze of narrow tunnels and spooking soldier crabs into running through them in predictable ways by exposing them to bird-of-prey silhouettes.
The auto industry has already developed all the technology necessary to create truly autonomous vehicles. The reasons there aren’t driverless cars all over the road today is in part a cost issue, but it is mainly one of driver mindset.
ETH Zurich student Werner Randelshofer has been archiving the digital artwork of eighties and early nineties home computer systems on the web. A master's student in visual computing, Randelshofer has...
TED Talks It's never easy to get across the magnitude of complex tragedies -- so when Brenda Brathwite's daughter came home from school asking about slavery, she did what she does for a living -- she designed a game.
Our age of digital disruption has opened a cornucopia of creative endeavors, but the ability to multitask may also hinder creativity...
(huh? oh dear this blogger is back at it again...the old linear thinking mindset....i.e.the fear of mulit tasking --what about total artistic perception? non linear thinking, is that not multitasking at it's best? somehow I think that it is not the fact that we have so many options as that we live in a 19th C educational and economic system designed to stifle creativity from the get go....that has not changed..it is only the new media that has changed due to the electronic environment gone digital -- humans now can be social in spite of the system that still resists their desire for change and creativity...it's a slow train coming...people....a slow train coming down the track)
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