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Uber fires employees after hack cover-up

Uber has fired two employees after a breach of user data was covered up last year, Dara Khosrowshahi has revealed to the public. In a blog post, he said that the October 2016 data breach had only been revealed to him recently, and that two employees whose job it was to respond appropriately to a […]

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Samsung 950 PRO Series – 512GB PCIe NVMe – M.2 Internal SSD

The low latency on this storage is what you buy this storage for. If you want to see access times of around 100-200 microseconds, then this is the storage to get.   The advantage of getting this storage is that your CPU is not waiting on the storage in milliseconds thus making your CPU much […]

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Ninja Loop – Phone Strap (Black) Review

  Are you one of those people who are constantly texting, emailing and dropping your phone at least twice a week? Good, keep reading! I’ve been looking for a solution to this problem myself lately.   The solution? Ninja Loop. Shout out to Juliana for hooking me up with some Ninja Loops! This product is a phone strap […]

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Why TeamTreeHouse’s Tech Degree for iOS Development is NOT worth it

<rant> If you’re wondering or googling whether or not TeamTreeHouse’s Tech Degree for iOS Development is worth your time and money, think again. For someone who would ever be interested in this program, regardless of price ($599/mo), wants something in return. A job.   In this program, you learn Objective-C and Swift to build apps for […]

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Reviewing We ❤ Swift. A site dedicated to the Swift programming language and iOS.

Read by over 100,000 people, We ❤ Swift is hands down one of the best resources for people who have no programming experience and want to learn basic programming or how to make an App. For $25, you can buy Training app + the PDF and ePub versions of the book! (Coupon down below) I tried so […]

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Want a lot more focus and no caffeine jitters? We’ve Got You Covered.

After a disappointing attempt with Addium, I decided not to give up on nootropics right away, good idea. Instead, I found a new brand of cognitive enhancing supplements called RISE by Nootrobox.   The Nootrobox Team sent me free samples (month-long supply – 60 capsules, two capsules a day) and here are my 2¢. Nootrobox RISE is […]

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Magento vs. WordPress

Magento is a very hard open source platform with only “self-supported” support. WordPress on the other hand is much, much, much easier to use.   First of all, I agree that Magento is an excellent choice for e-commerce and is not meant for a small store, but I find disappointing in this article that there […]

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iOS 9: The 9 best new features

Apple fans, iOS 9 is finally here. Well, “finally” certainly won’t apply to many of you out there, as a huge portion of enthusiastic iPhone and iPad users have likely already been using iOS 9 for months. Developer accounts only cost $99 per year, and Apple decided to release a public beta this year as […]

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Xcode 7.1 Beta doesn’t have any more Swift changes!

  &   Hopefully we all can catch our breath on this one. Today will be a short blog about two things that I’m doing right now.   Learning Swift (Apple’s new programming language) Learning Mandarin (Taiwanese way). If that makes sense.   If you’re making the jump to Swift 2, you might find this […]

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elementary OS 0.3.1 is Still Beautiful

elementaryOS was officially updated to version 0.3.1 a few days ago, and it looks like the project has settled in a status quo, which brings good news and bad news. Stability is always something to be desired.   Download link for 32-bit ISO Download link for 64-bit ISO     I have recently installed elementary […]

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