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Cognitive Overload?

On Episode 17 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Paul about cognitive overload and recent changes in crowdfunding.

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TrueCrypt Getting a New Life

TrueCrypt will stay alive, thanks to devotees who are forking the encryption program’s code. ‘Cleaned up’ code will get a new name, CipherShed, and a different open source license. When the developers of TrueCrypt delivered the bombshell that they were abandoning their popular open source encryption program, it left many organizations in a hugely difficult position. Should they continue to use it, or heed the developers’ advice that it was no longer secure and switch to another encryption product? On the face of it, the decision should be an easy one: If the developers of something as security sensitive as an encryption program say that their program is no longer secure, surely it would be rash not to heed the warning. But with TrueCrypt, nothing is quite …

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Guide Install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, For Testing Purpose

With the release of Xcode 6 by Apple, I’m sure most of us would be loving to install and test it on testing environment. How about installing Xcode 6 on Windows PC? There is no way available to install it on Windows directly since it doesn’t support Windows OS platform. This guide shows you how to install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8,8.1 with virtual machine using VMware workstation. So, you must have a working Mac OS X virtual machine already on your Windows computer to use this method. Xcode 6 introduces new way of designing and building Mac OS and iOS applications with innovative programming language Swift. As of now, only registered Apple App developers can download the latest release. Xcode 6 can coexist with earlier Xcode 5 version, so…

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Guide Install Xcode 6 on Windows 7 or Windows 8, 8.1, For Testing Purpose

Learn Electronics and Programming

We designed the DuinoKit Essentials project to be a simple, cost-effective development system for learning and experimenting with electronics and microprocessors. Last year we created the DuinoKit Experimenter system and learned a lot in the process. My most common response was “Wow”, “Overwhelming” and “too expensive”. Our response to these comments was a slightly smaller, less expensive development system for learning electronics and programming. Share the love of electronics and programming with someone with this easy to use kit. You may just inspire the “Next Big Invention”! DuinoKit is the “Easy” way to build, learn electronics and program with *Arduino! Contains all parts necessary for numerous projects. Easy to understand diagrams and part specifications. Fun and easy to build projects. (You will need your own Mac…

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Learn Electronics and Programming

Stuff that Every Programmer Should Know: Data Visualization

If you’re a programmer and you don’t have visualization as one of your main tools in your belt, then good news, you just found how to easily improve your skill set. Really it should be taught in any programming course. Note: This post won’t get you from zero to visualization expert, but hopefully it can pique your curiosity and will provide plenty of references for further study. Visualizing data has two main advantages compared to looking at the same data in a tabular form. The first is that we can pack more data in a graph that we can get by looking at numbers on screen, even more if we make our visualizations interactive, allowing explorations inside a data set. Our visual bandwidth is massive! This is …

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Stuff that every programmer should know: Data Visualization

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