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'Friends' Creators 'Pushed Back' After TV Executives Suggested Hiring A More Diverse Cast

Creators of the hit U.S. sitcom “Friends” are said to have refused when TV executives suggested hiring a more diverse group of actors, it’s been suggested. 209 more words

TV

When to Write New Classes

Disclaimer: If you know exactly what you are doing while writing your code, don’t read this.

But if you’re not completely sure how to split your code among classes, then here’s my tip to you: 259 more words

Programming

How the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) impacts your business

GDPR
(General Data Protection Regulation
 EU 2016/679) took effect one week ago (May 25, 2018).

The Regulation and two related Directives EU 2016/680 and EU 2016/681 deal with the processing of personal data relating to natural persons who are citizens of one of the 28-member States or persons residing in one or more of the 28-member States. 1,200 more words

Data Interoperability

Building a Maze - The Naive Approach

This is the second article in the maze-building series. If you need a recap, you can check the design constraints and some initial considerations in this article… 1,124 more words

Software Design

Building a maze - Planning

I’ve always been a huge fan of mazes. They’ve always had a symbolic mysticism to them. What I really like about them is that the challenge they present is dependent on several variables, so you don’t always have to build them the same way. 533 more words

Software Design

Deploy first, build after

There’s a lesson I learned a long time ago, and which I still find useful: deploy first, build after.

Many years ago, when I was working with… 331 more words

Agile

Pope Reportedly Tells Gay Man, 'God Made You Like This and Loves You Like This'

The Catholic LGBTQ+ community is overjoyed right now over the latest news from Chile about Pope Francis’ alleged accepting statements.

Juan Carlos Cruz, a survivor of one of Chile’s most notorious pedophiles, … 292 more words

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