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Weekly Newsletter (21 Mar 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

Pick one: what will improve your productivity?

Survey period: 14 Mar 2022 to 21 Mar 2022

You're offered a wish but you only get one. Which do you choose to make your day job more productive?

OptionVotes% 
A more powerful development machine577.65
A bigger monitor253.36
A more ergonomic setup243.22
Peace and quiet20327.25
Better direction from management / clients / team lead10113.56
The ability to make my own decisions rather than having to run them by others405.37
Just let me code. No more Beauracracy and paperwork14018.79
Less meetings8010.74
Other364.83
Nothing. I feel I'm at peak efficiency already395.23

This week's survey: How do you manage your passwords?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Artificial Intelligence

  (2 votes) by MaryT_Intel (updated 5 days ago)
In this article we show you the Intel® deep learning inference tools and the basics of how they work.
  (2 votes) by MehreenTahir (updated 5 days ago)
In this article we demonstrate how to train a model to detect the presence of a human in images.
  (2 votes) by MehreenTahir (updated 3 days ago)
In this article we demonstrate how to deploy a Custom Vision model on a Raspberry Pi device to detect pedestrians in front of a vehicle.
  (0 votes) by MehreenTahir (updated 4 days ago)
In the previous article we trained a simple machine learning model that identifies when and where a human is present in an image. This article will demonstrate how to test this model and re-train it as necessary.

General Programming

  (3 votes) by tugrulGtx (updated 2 days ago)
A walkthrough for a grid implementation of "particle in cell" problem to improve performance of axis-aligned bounding-box (AABB) collision checking in various scenarios.

Hosted Services

  (1 votes) by Matthew Casperson (updated 6 days ago)
How to translate text and convert the translated text to speech to complete building the Universal Translator
  (0 votes) by Stanley Wu (updated 2 days ago)
How to use a low-code solution like Microsoft Power Apps to create a self-sustaining app

Programming Languages

  (22 votes) by David Deley (updated 5 days ago)
Internal working of the await keyword
  (13 votes) by Paulo Zemek (updated 6 days ago)
This article talks about some mistakes people make when using MVVM, and how to overcome them, independently if the error is MVVM's fault or just a misunderstanding on how to apply it.
  (2 votes) by Paul Aurelian Gagniuc (updated 9 hours ago)
This article shows how to mix two signals into a third, in variable proportions.
  (1 votes) by Dhruv__Patel (updated 6 days ago)
In this article we demonstrate how to set up Intel DevCloud and get started using oneAPI while demonstrating some of oneAPI’s unique capabilities.

Web Development

  (1 votes) by Coding Notes (updated 2 days ago)
An introduction to ASP.NET Core MVC

Articles updated

Artificial Intelligence

  (30 votes) by Hatem Mostafa (updated 3 days ago)
Artificial Neural Network C++ class with two use cases: Counter and Handwritten Digits recognition

Design patterns

  (34 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 3 days ago)
Are we about to go over a cliff?

Desktop Programming

  (133 votes) by Yang Kok Wah (updated yesterday)
A tool to generate face images and animated gif files for different angles and lighting using only a single face image. Also includes Face Matcher using Microsoft Face API.
  (120 votes) by Andy Bantly (updated 6 days ago)
Visualizing the Mandelbrot set using multiple threads of execution

General Programming

  (24 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 6 days ago)
Cleaving the Gordian knot of thread safety
  (6 votes) by Peter Occil (updated 3 days ago)
Python code for partially-sampled random numbers for accurate arbitrary-precision sampling
  (4 votes) by Greg Utas (updated 5 days ago)
The well-tempered server
  (4 votes) by Ryan S White (updated yesterday)
A fast, possibly the fastest, square root function for large integers and floats in C# and Java.

Programming Languages

  (140 votes) by Uzi Granot (updated 3 days ago)
QR Code libraries to allow program to create QR Code image or read image containing one or more QR Codes

New Tips and Tricks added

Internet of Things

  (2 votes) by honey the codewitch (updated 3 days ago)
Get your data on, even on platforms without a reliable STL implementation using these simple but critical classes.

Programming Languages

  (7 votes) by Ladware.Net (updated 3 days ago)
Blazor and Windows Form desktop application

New Technical Blogs added

DevOps

  (1 votes) by Nikola Breznjak (updated 5 days ago)
An introduction to Test Driven Development in Ionic

OAuth2

  (0 votes) by Nikola Breznjak (updated 5 days ago)
Adding Google OAuth support to Raneto as the latter allows only basic username/password authentication

Web Development

  (1 votes) by Nikola Breznjak (updated 5 days ago)
This blog entry covers what we learned at the first Ionic framework meetup in Čakovec.



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