Students and mentors: Apply for the all-new TC Include program at Disrupt SF with #BUILTBYGIRLS

We’re going all out for this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt SF (September 5-7), which means more fantastic content, more of the most influential startup and tech leaders and tons of networking. As such,

JIRA is an antipattern

Atlassian’s JIRA began life as a bug-tracking tool. Today, though, it has become an agile planning suite, “to plan, track, and release great software.” In many organizations it has become the primary map of software projects, the hub of all development, the infamous “source of truth.

Awaken offers meditations focused on healing from systems of oppression

A mindful, contemplative approach to internalized racism and sexism is a necessary piece of the puzzle of dismantling systems of oppression, Awaken founder and CEO Ravi Mishra says. That’s the entire point of Awaken,

Why you need a supercomputer to build a house

When the hell did building a house become so complicated? Don’t let the folks on HGTV fool you. The process of building a home nowadays is incredibly painful. Just applying for the necessary permits can be a soul-crushing undertaking that’ll have you running around the city,

Apple Watch’s ECG feature is already proving its worth

When Apple announced its latest Series 4 Watch with electrocardiogram features, my mom took a sigh of relief, and then proceeded to set a reminder to order one for my dad. That’s because we found out last year, by chance, that he has atrial fibrillation.

Dallas-based TXV Partners targets $50M for its debut fund

These first-time VCs want to raise $50M for a Dallas-based, Millennial-focused venture firm.

SoftBank’s Vision Fund inches closer to $100B

Much has been said about the SoftBank Vision Fund, mostly in awe of the size of the investment vehicle. Today, however, the Vision Fund inched yet closer to that twelve-figure goal.

The nation-state of the internet

The internet is a community, but can it be a nation-state? It’s a question that I have been pondering on and off this year, what with the rise of digital nomads and the deeply libertarian ethos baked into parts of the blockchain community. It’s clearly on a lot of other people’s minds as well:

Facebook now requiring Pages with large US audiences to go through additional authorization

Facebook today announced it’s implementing a new measure to secure Facebook Pages with large U.S. followings in order to make it harder for people to administer a Page using a “fake or compromised account.” Beginning with those that have large U.S. followings,

Apeel Sciences is combating food waste with plant-derived second peels

In a world bursting with abundances like self-driving cars and robotic personal assistants, you would think that basic needs like sustainable food sourcing and distribution would be a problem of the past. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

Offering a white labeled lending service in emerging markets, Mines raises $13 million

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The Thinkings You Think Must Not Be Thought (NSFW)

A short animated film about boobs. And sex. And happiness and life and the unbearable amounts of soul-crushing stress that all these wonderful things will cause you.Read more...

Google enlists top hacker for Project Zero campaign

George Hotz has successfully hacked Google and Sony’s PlayStation 3 and will work as an intern on a team that is looking to discover new vulnerabilities and bugs in all software.Read more:



Government and Students Hold Talks as Hong Kong Protesters Watch On

HONG KONG — On one side of a conference room in Hong Kong on Tuesday night sat five people in their 20s, dressed in jeans and black T-shirts bearing the words “Freedom Now.”On the other side were representatives from the government, besuited and decades older than their counterparts.See also:

Bill Gates' favorite books of 2014 are the smart gifts for the holidays

Watch Bill Gates—in Lego form no less!—tell you about his favorite books of 2014, an impeccable list that has a little bit of everything for everyone.

初探F# 4.0

尽管近期所有的新闻都在关注C#和Windows 10,但F#也没有坐以待毙。随着Visual Studio 2015 RC的面世,F# 4.0也一同浮出水面。 By Jonathan Allen Translated by 邵思华

Facebook启动《驾驭偏见》课程 推进职场多样化


【Java EE 学习第69天】【struts2】【paramsPrepareParamsStack拦截器栈解决model对象和属性赋值冲突问题】 - 狂盗一枝梅

昨天有同学问我问题,他告诉我他的Action中的一个属性明明提供了get/set方法,但是在方法中却获取不到表单中传递过来的值。代码如下(简化后的代码) 1 public class UserAction implements modelDriven(){ 2 private Strin...

Venrock’s Bryan Roberts On What To Expect In 2016

Bryan Roberts has seen plenty of market swings in his 18 years as a venture capitalist with Venrock, the venture firm that started as the venture arm of the Rockefeller family and has historically invested in early-stage technology and — Roberts’s specialty — health care start-ups.

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