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Ben and Ryan are joined by Ryan’s former colleague and current backend engineer at Spotify, Omar Delarosa, to talk about time-traveling programming languages, a keyboard that turns an iPhone into a Blackberry, and what it’s like working on everyone’s personal DJ.
Kian Katanforoosh is the CEO and cofounder of Workera and co-created the Stanford Deep Learning class (CS230) with Prof. Andrew Ng. In this episode he talks about how companies can better measure the skill sets of their employees and how AI will change the half-life of useful skills.
The home team discusses a new alternative to smartphones, how AI will impact scientific research and journalism, another dispiriting round of layoffs in tech, and building a computer with Legos.
Guaranteed? No. But the chance that you generate a duplicate GUID is smaller than having that GUID be corrupted in the nanosecond it takes to be copied from RAM.
If it's prohibited, a prescription won't help.
Perhaps the Sunrise Sampler or Super Slam will adequately break your fast.
"How do you prevent rampant high seas piracy in a world where ocean travel is cheap and the entire Earth has been colonized?"
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who knew that writing in lowercase would be so fun and efficient?
IPv6 is a good thing, but a lot of developer tools aren't prepared. Make sure you're ready for that change in your own applications!
Sometimes the more "manual" approach is the quickest way to get what you want.
This is a fun, clever example of using public data to make your life a little more convenient!
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