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Magritte in the age of Augmented Reality

Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see. – Rene Magritte

I can’t shake this thought.

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Heidelberg Laureate Forum: a lecture with Barbara Liskov

I will re-post the video from Heidelberg Laureate Forum from last 23rd September 2016, featuring the Computer Science pioneer Dr. Barbara Liskov.

Elsewhere you can find plenty of information about the career and achievements of Dr. 85 more words

Data Science

Let's talk about GOF baby!

So here you are again. If this is your first time, welcome to my blog, and congratulations for trying to learn something new.

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Swift 2.0 Essential Training notes

Playground supports markup
  //: Playground - noun: a place where people can play

import AppKit for osx
import UIKit for ios

source files in sources folder will be compiled once
image files in resources file will make those resources available to your playground

each page has its own sources and resources files

previous and next links allows us to go back and forth between pages

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User Interface Design

In my opinion, a high percentage of success that a piece of code can have is based on its user interface design. There might be great programs that are helpful by doing what they’re capable to do but people might just not feel attracted to these due to the lack of an interesting and design that makes users to take a look and try the program itself. 182 more words

Software Engineering

The Reason For the Teardrops on My Twitter Bot

What happens if we combine the corpus of Taylor Swift lyrics as the source for Markov Chain sentence generator with a Heroku Scheduler Python task that posts hourly to Twitter? 284 more words

Software Engineering

First stab at learning Swift went bloody well

Just finished doing the “Learn Swift 2 The basics” training on Lynda.com. Learning the language is pretty smooth with this tutorial. I’ll have to learn more are conditionals, unpacking, and bridging headers to combine Objective-C and Swift in the same project.

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