I found this addicting website which has coding challenges. I haven't been into something like this since sodoku. You get to choose a programming language from a long list of choices and have at it with each lesson/challenge.
If you want to sharpen your skills and have fun doing it, have a look at #codility.
(They didn't pay me for this toot. I am actually this excited about it.)
Programming Online Training In Coding Skills | Codility - Codility
She woke each day and smiled at the shadow in the corner of her room.
It was a ritual. A thing that made the shadow less looming in the dark of night when it seemed to stretch and pinpricks of light pierced it like long, grinning teeth.
So she smiled every morning. And it smiled every night.
And she lived a life of peace and kindness, as those would do her harm glimpsed a gleaming grin in the night and were never seen again.
The metaverse is a dystopian nightmare – let’s build a better reality
Apple’s plan to have your devices snitch on you violate a fundamental trust and create a terrible precedent: that your device is not yours and that it does not work for you. This is not about protecting children, it is about gay people and other persecuted minorities, activists, etc., who will eventually be prosecuted in certain jurisdictions. It backdoors e2e encryption.
The Universal Declaration of Cyborg Rights has never been more relevant.
"General purpose IP network emulation/simulation tool for FreeBSD and Linux
We developed a realistic network topology emulation / simulation framework based on the FreeBSD and Linux operating system kernel partitioned into multiple lightweight virtual nodes, which can be interconnected via kernel-level links to form arbitrarily complex network topologies."
The Metaverse Has Always Been a Dystopian Idea - https://www.vice.com/en/article/v7eqbb/the-metaverse-has-always-been-a-dystopia
So, I was working with a student who is blind, and has never used an iPhone before, and never saw the iPhone screen or layout. Tutorials are so very important for new users of, probably anything. Apple should have had a tutorial for VoiceOver on the iPhone from the start. TalkBack had a tutorial, and it's one thing Google has gotten very right. There's even a tutorial for all of the new features, and the Braille keyboard even! With VoiceOver, the onscreen braille keyboard there may as well be a "hidden" cheat code for all that it is mentioned anywhere in VoiceOver's UI (settings). So, those who are newly blind may only be able to make calls and send and receive messages. And if they get a call? Well, they'll just have to call back. And when they want to end a call? Well... Gotta wait until someone else ends it or the battery goes dead. I mean, I love teaching these people, I really do. I'm not complaining about that at all. But Apple doesn't make it any easier, when they well could.
Computers, tech, music, keyboards
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