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@mheiber, @effye and myself have just sent the news about this instance to the whole company. So, expect a lot of newcomers.

And to all , welcome .


I guess this year we find the techbro Halloween parties and dress up as Codes of Conduct to scare the shit out of them.

Hello! My talk from CornCon 2018 is now online. It is called "The history of cron" and is given in the character of a man who gradually realizes he is not speaking at CronCon, a conference about the UNIX time-based scheduling software, but rather at CornCon, a conference about the popular grain known as "maize" in many parts of the world.

In this short video, developer Angelica Perez overviews how they created for 's emotionally responsive

Well, that escalated quickly:

" Inc. is pushing to land a contract with the U.S. Army to build augmented-reality devices for soldiers to use on combat missions"

Search the databases of Trump political appointees' resumes and discover their undisclosed conflicts of interest

Check out this event hosted by @privacylab next week.

They'll be using #FreedomBox to explore "hidden services" for chat and filesharing.

Learn how to resist #censorship and protect your #anonymity. If you're at Yale, you're not going to want to miss this one.

Full details:

Graphic CC BY-SA 4.0 Sean O'Brien

One of the projects I worked on this year is out! :)

It's Notable Women, an AR app coming out of a collaboration between Google Creative Labs and Nexus Studios.

I was the only fulltime developer on the mobile app, so the code is 90% me.

"As privacy scholars and advocates concerned with human rights, we write to express our dismay with the decision to have Palantir as a platinum sponsor for the Amsterdam Privacy Conference (APC).

The presence of Palantir as a sponsor of this conference legitimizes the company’s practices and gives it the opportunity to position itself as part of the agenda. This is deeply problematic and extremely regrettable."


"It's like a drug", says @nzeplowi reaching out for the that he puts on his head almost every day.

cc: @krahman

Programming isn't about what you know; it's about what you can figure out.

Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it.

installation for .

How can one reasonably do software development if the default dev environment installation requires 18Go for UE and 30Go for MagicLeap. I give up.

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