Bruno Skvorc introduces MetaMask, a simple and practical solution for using the Ethereum blockchain and keeping Ether in your browser, contributing greatly to the mainstream-ization of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.
Tonino Jankov goes through some of the available resources for writing good, production ready smart contracts on the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
Mislav Javor introduces Truffle, a very handy tool that makes development in the blockchain ecosystem a little easier. aiming to bring standards and common practices from the rest of the development world into a little corner of blockchain experimentation.
Jonathan Saring introduces Bit, new OSS distributed code component manager built to make components reusable across repositories, and much more.
Kushagra Gour introduces Web Maker, a browser extension for front-end developers needing a blazing-fast, offline web playground.
Reflect on your skill set and career choices. Have you made the right decisions? Are there better options? Should you consider a change?
Michael explains how to use a Python API to connect to Twitter, and download tweets, follower lists, multiple tweets at once, and customize searches.
Lucero del Alba introduces 7 Atom add-ons for previewing changes in HTML, CSS, JS and Markdown, and for executing interpreted and compiled code.
Wolfram Hempel discusses issues around building realtime apps at scale, and introduces deepstream, an extensible, open-source server.
Patrick Catanzariti provides a guide to how many virtual reality headsets are already available today and how many more are on their way!
Michael Grogan explains how to link the UI and server side in a Shiny app, customize Shiny themes, and implement error messages to guide end users.
Lucero del Alba presents three DevOps tools, and considers the benefits and challenges of switching to a DevOps culture.
Ben Dickson covers what you need to know about SQL injection and how to protect your site against it.
Michael Grogan looks at the commands used to build an application in Shiny — both on the UI (user interface) side and the server side.
Charles Costa looks at the implications facial recognition may have on the doxing attacks of the future.