Post by @tiffintech Google has launched a new Chrome tool that allows developers to mimic color blindness to help them fix accessibility issues on their sites.
Developers can use this feature by launching Google Chrome and heading to the browser’s developer tools. There’s a new section titled “emulate vision deficiencies,” which features a drop-down menu of vision limitations. Selecting one, such as tritanopia (a condition where a person cannot distinguish the colors blue and yellow), would allow developers to mimic the condition, changing the colors of their site so they can see if it’s difficult to read without those specific colors.
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2h2 hours ago
Hay un sentimiento muy satisfactorio cuando programas. Especialmente cuando piensas que algo te va a tomar días y se te ocurre una manera de automatizar todo y en en pocas horas lo resuelves. #programminglife
Social distancing, day 20: Other passions?:.
I often talk how AI is a buzzword and I see a lot of people just wanting to go into the AI field because it is a buzzword but doesn't really want to do the work for it. Because hey, most of the AI research Scientist and data Scientist I know did post-graduate studies, so yeah, if you want to learn everything by yourself.. it IS gonna be a lot of work.
But who am I to judge... I was in the exact same position a few years back! Well way back when I was at the university starting my minor in computer sciences I really got excited with cyber security (which was the buzzword back then). I bought a TON of book on the subject, started them all but never really finish them.
Maybe if I took it more seriously I would have been doing something completely different with my life now.. but AI just felt so much more nature for me. I had the background in maths to back me up, and I just LOVED everything about it. I wanted to learn about it, and I was enjoying all the work I was putting to learn it you know.
So I kept the books, but forgot about working in cyber security. But nowadays I see a bunch of mix between the two fields so who knows, maybe I'll get back to it some day!.
But my points with all of this is: don't try to do something just because it's the buzzword right night and of how cool it sounds. Go into something you really like and something you are willing to put the works in! Don't try to take shortcuts, because there is none in learning something new! We are sadly not in the matrix where we can upload everything about one subject into our brains.. yet.
What is the field of computer sciences ( or what ever you are doing, hi you who follow me even thought you have no idea of what I say when I speak about computer stuff and AI) that you are most passionate about and are really excited to always learn more about?!
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1 hour ago
Ellison and Jobs talked about ways they might together regain control of Apple. At the time, Jobs was the CEO of Next, the computer company he founded after being pushed out of Apple, and of Pixar, the animation company he later sold to Disney.
At the time, Apple was in "severe distress," People wondered if the company would survive.
Ellison's idea was to buy Apple and immediately make Jobs CEO. It made sense. Apple was worth only about $5 billion at the time, and, as Ellison said, "We both had really good credit, and I had already arranged to borrow all the money. All Steve had to do was say yes."
Jobs proposed what Ellison called "a more circuitous route." He would persuade Apple to acquire Next, and then join Apple's board. "Over time the board would recognize that Steve was the right guy to lead the company."
"I said okay. That might work," Ellison said. "But Steve, if we don't buy Apple, how are we going to make any money?"
Jobs: "Larry, this is why it's so important that I'm your friend. You don't need any more money. ... I'm not doing this for the money, I don't want to get paid. If I do this I need to do this standing on the moral high ground."
Ellison: "Well, that just might be the most expensive real estate on Earth."
But Ellison knew that he had lost the argument. Jobs, he said, made up his mind, right then and there on that hike, how he was going "to save Apple his way," Ellison said.
After Jobs was CEO of Apple again — interim CEO initially — Ellison joined Apple's board. And from that board seat he watched Jobs "build the most valuable company on Earth."
"The lesson here is very clear to me. Steve was right. After a certain point, it can't be about the money. After a certain point you can't spend it no matter how hard you try. I know, I've tried hard."
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Passing to wish you a great weekend! As usual, I had a great week but busy. Got an assignment back with a good grade and finished another subject. I am really looking forward for finishing my degree this year. Tomorrow I will have a kickoff for my thesis, so I can start with it.
And further I am working on two websites (mine included), learning creative front end and working hard.
How was your week? ✨
Working from home, day 19: FRIDAY.
What kind of coders are you? Are you the type to work real intense all week, or more chill on some days but other you're super intense?.
I feel like the tech community has this "hustle all day everyday" mantra that I absolutely do not adhere to! It really depends on the day, what I have to do that day and what I feel like doing ! I mean I will always get my work done, but a couple of days a week I will go for the extra miles and maybe launch a few networks after the work day ended ( like yesterday when I launch two trainings at 11:35 PM) but generally you won't see me working pass 5:00 on a Friday 😂!.
How about you guys ?! And do you find yourself working more or working less in the situation we are in right now 🤔?!
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6 hours ago
Hey CodeCrew! We took a family trip to Hawaii a few weeks ago and was totally taken by surprise by how it rained so much in Honolulu. This app would've been very useful if only we used something like this when we were booking the trip! It's Weather Line by Off Coast LLC. I like how it can display forecasts for 10 locations at once and it combines the world's no. 1 forecasting data + no. 1 rain data + no. 1 radar to create a super forecast! 🌞⛅🌦⠀
Full transparency: This app spotlight is part of #IndieSupportWeeks to help financially struggling app devs. I hand picked these apps that I think are cool and are worth a look at!⠀
We all know that these are Tough Times right now...
Having some plans for Creating better Structure or Focus in these days can help alot...
There's alot of Time...Utilize it as much as you can...
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“Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.” -Oscar Wilder
mistakes often happen to everyone and due to a few small mistakes our whole bunch of programming get spoiled.
So here we have identified a few of the similar kinds of mistakes that every programmer commonly makes.
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👆 If you ever want to try and learn something new, i recommend this way of learning. Complete small and interesting projects untill you have enough knowledge to work on bigger projects, and then start working on bigger and bigger projects. Showing someone that you have made an actual working program or app is far more appreciated than just giving them a certificate. .
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7h7 hours ago
Project is done before the deadline.. closing IDE, documentation tabs and shutting down development machines.
Best feeling ever!
Coffee and code💻👩🏻⠀
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The idea just come to my mind yesterday, so I’m very excited about that, to promote other developers and their lifestyle by reposting their pictures. ⠀
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The best thing about my study, is that you can choose a lot of subjects to work with. It allows you to know a lot of subjects and choose one. I started this study thinking about design and chose development. In the way I got to know things like UX/UI, branding, social media strategy, management, online marketing and some another subjects. Some of them I dived deeper in and some of them I totally detest. It is great to get to know yourself and what you think you like, what you think you are good in.
You get surprised!
If you finished your degree, which subject did you chose for your thesis? If you are still going to finish it, which subject are you thinking in?🤔
6h6 hours ago
Java developers! Listen up! Stop the excuses for not using Kotlin and Ktor! You will be more productive! (no guarantee)
This is how easy nested routes and contexts are implemented with Ktor and Kotlin!
2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predictions
Not that I'm looking forward to the hurricane season or anything.... but the winter weather season was a little uneventful and my weather forecasting itch is tingling ☺️
Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1st to Nov 31st and the season is predicted to be ABOVE-NORMAL activity. The 30-year averages for hurricanes are 12 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes. Colorado State University meteorologist’s release a hurricane outlook every year and they are predicting 16 named storms, 8 hurricanes and 4 major hurricanes (cat 3 and higher). Accuweather is predicting above-average intensity as well with 14-18 named storms, 7-9 hurricanes, and 2-4 major hurricanes. In the 2019 season, there were 18 named storms, 6 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes and the 2020 predictions are similar to these numbers
I say this every year but there is no STRONG relationship between the number of hurricanes and a US landfall or impact. The US averages about 1-2 landfalls per season. CSU says there is 69% chance the US gets impacted by a major hurricane, 45% chance along the east coast, 44% chance along the gulf coast. Accuweather predicts 2-4 US impacts
FACTORS TO MONITOR
El Nino/ La Nina (the warming/cooling of the equatorial eastern and central Pacific Ocean): neutral conditions are expected to dominate the beginning half of the season, then neutral or potentially La Nina (cooling of Pacific) conditions in the latter half (August-Nov). La Nina conditions can enhance Atlantic hurricane activity due to cooler waters weakening wind shear, and increasing rising air in the Atlantic. But hurricane season can still be active without La Nina which we’ve seen in recent years
How warm the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf are…. right now most of the Atlantic and Gulf basins are above average and this could lead to more intense hurricanes, but also more development of tropical waves (which can form into tropical cyclones) in the main development region between Africa and the Caribbean
Dry air off Africa: if waters are warm but the air is dry, this could hinder tropical cyclone development