- VAR, LET, AND CONST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WIJQDvt4Us
- ARROW FUNCTIONS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h33Srr5J9nY
- HIGHER ORDER ARRAY METHODS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8rmfD9Y5-c
- PROMISES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHvZLI7Db8E
- FETCH API: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuEtnrL9-H0
- ASYNC/AWAIT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_Kr9OSfDeU
For those of us who want to ensure that our communications are private from prying eyes, it looks like ProtonMail fits the bill. Especially if you’re tired of sharing everything you say and read with the data hounds of the big corporations so that they can monetize your information, and target their advertising to you with laser precision.
An interview podcast with advice on how to be a successful entrepreneur, and getting past the distractions that trip you up in doing so.
Software for data relationship mapping. Originally developed for use in molecular and systems biology, genomics, and proteomics, but it appears to be quite useful for any dataset where relationship mapping is needed.
The Encrypted email provider ProtonMail has launched a new encrypted calendar in public beta. The move is part of the company’s push to offer privacy-focused alternatives to Google’s key products.
For more details read the VentureBeat report.
Here’s an enlightening scientific study on the pain points, needs, and design opportunities that are being experienced by current users of Jupyter, RStudio, and other computational notebooks that are used for data exploration, research and data science.
“I’ve grown quite fond of the docker container runtime. It’s easy to install and use, and many of the technologies I write about depend upon this software,” writes TechRepublic/Linux.com contributor Jack Wallen.
“But Red Hat has other plans.”
Read the details in the original article on TechRepublic – https://www.techrepublic.com/article/a-matter-of-license-and-lock-in/
I’ve been using both Jira and Trello for quite a while now for both my personal life and for business, and both a great tools. And I just ran across this great post that provides a great explanation of how each serves a useful purpose in the business environment.
Real-time problem & outage monitoring for your online services.
Downdetector’s software selects and displays tweets related to problems. So it’s useful for issues that would be reported on, or commented about on Twitter. And that can be useful for issues that might not get caught by traditional monitoring systems.