First half of the episode covers a neat conversation with @xiehan about the reality & approach of creating @NPR #app for @amazon #alexa & @google #HoneAssistant
Nice @changelog episode about @sveltejs & the problems that it solves including #CSS handling.
A #UI #framework without the framework (The Changelog 332) — #ChangelogMasterFeed https://t.co/v6V7Uj0t52 https://t.co/2IJCsckM4r
(From the excellent @post_status newsletter) Interesting #devops product from @dliciousbrains for #WordPress server creation through use of something like @digitalocean or @linode:
I’ve published issue 067 of my #newsletter covering: – https://t.co/GUQYaBi2N4 Deep Learning Course and SvN #Blog moving from #Medium to @WordPress https://t.co/11glNWZYDa
Fast.ai’s Deep Learning Course
I came across this deep learning site: https://www.fast.ai/2019/01/24/course-v3/. It looks like a great learning tool for anyone who is interested in machine learning.
Additionally, the Hacker News thread about this site also references other deep learning resources which seem pretty neat.
The Signal versus Noise Blog moving from Medium to WordPress
The Signal versus Noise Blog has been around since 1999. It is a mixture of a company (Basecamp) blog and the strong opinions of Jason Fried, as well as DHH (aka David Heinemeier Hansson).
The blog just got moved from Medium to WordPress. Medium is a blog publishing platform that changed business models over time (like many businesses that starts with a freemium model and realize that it’s unsustainable at some point).
I find it instructive to look at the reasons for this move:
- DHH’s tweets about the move from Medium to WordPress
- Basecamp’s podcast episode covering the move
Thoughts? Feedback? Let me know: @eli4d on Twitter
Really nice thorough case study episode from @jcasabona
Episode 4: https://t.co/MExF7ieEss Case Study — @Creatorcourses Toolkit https://t.co/zpjkYS5IYx
Nice article about the tyranny of the #defaults: