Google leads the day with the announcement from their cultural institute about 1000 museums at your fingertips. The coolest part is that you can zoom into the images so far that you can see the brushstrokes. ThreatPost reports on a serious Linux kernel vulnerability and its patch. High Scalability has an interesting post on scaling […]

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It was a fairly slow news day, but there are still some good articles to read. At Atomic Object, they talk about using the “penny game” to show why your team is falling behind. Wolfram has announced their new programming lab. This could be a great way for people to learn something new. On Pyevolve, […]

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A new day means a new security issue. Foxglove Security reports on a windows privilege escalation. On DZone Agile, there is a commentary on how happy people still quit their jobs. This is a response to a post recently about employees having their “shields down”. Jeremiah Owyang talks about the collaborative economy and how it […]

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Leading our day, High Scalability has a post on which ¬†cloud service to use based on your requirements, like throughput or latency. It is an interesting perspective on the services, especially because most posts focus on cost. Wired reports on researchers who found a zero-day exploit based on the hacking team’s leak. For people looking […]

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Starting our week, we have Sam Altman ranting against the growth at all costs pattern in startups. His take is that finding the right type of growth is more important, mostly with product-market fit. On KD Nuggets we get a discussion on the differences between machine intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence. Lastly, […]

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