It’s been 10 weeks since we started this, we are in the two digits now! I’m super happy about how this little series has turned out and hope to continue this atleast till we go to three digits in terms of weeks. I’ve also started posting one Dribbble shot per week, you can follow all that on dribbble.com/praveenjuge. And without further ado let’s see what happened this week in tech.
Introducing, Changing, Closing
Amazon Key is a new service that lets couriers unlock your front door, You’ll need a smart lock and Amazon’s new Cloud Cam
Donate your Tab, an ingenious idea to donate your computers processing power to charity.
Smartphones are getting more expensive around the world, that’s after years of eroding prices.
A Second Bitcoin Fork Is Looming and Battle Lines Are Being Drawn, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and soon… Bitcoin Gold.
Redux Zero, a lightweight state container based on Redux.
Bootstrap 4: Everything You Need to Know
The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators
HEAD, a list of everything that could go in the head of your document
Gutenberg, an opinionated static site generator written in Rust.
AI & Blockchain & Hacking & Coding & Testing
Dynamic Programming: First Principles
Higgs boson uncovered by quantum algorithm on D-Wave machine, particle physics data sorted by quantum machine learning but still needs work.
Awesome-Hacking-Resources, a collection of hacking / penetration testing resources to make you better!
WaveFunctionCollapse, Bitmap & tilemap generation from a single example with the help of ideas from quantum mechanics.
RegExr is an online tool to learn, build, & test Regular Expressions.
Within 2018, A leadership retreat for women in design.