Month: December 2016

Game Theory: Hackers Are EVERYWHERE! (Watch Dogs 2)

Thanks to Ubisoft for Sponsoring this video. Check out the Watch Dogs 2 Website ►► http://bit.ly/2cXnGEt Watch the Watch Dogs 2 Trailer ►► http://bit.ly/2dUIRmF You’re NOT SAFE! (Watch Dogs Pt 1) ►► http://bit.ly/2cZ63UK DEATH by Hacking (Watch Dogs Pt 2) ►► http://bit.ly/2dN8WIc We now exist in a smart world, where everything is connected – from your light bulb, to your thermostat, to your phone. And while this may seem to be a wonderful convenience; it is also a terrifying vulnerability. It’s been two years since our last Watch Dogs episode, and a lot has happened with technology since then....

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Smartphone Case For The Retro Gamer

A well-designed phone case will protect your phone from everyday bumps with only as much style flair as you’d like. While protection is usually the only real function of a case, some designs — like [Gabbelago]’s Emucase — add specific utility that you might not have known you needed. Contrary to most cases, the Emucase fits over your phone’s screen, and the resulting facelift emulates the appearance of a Game Boy for easier — you guessed it — Game Boy emulation play on your smartphone. Cannibalizing a USB SNES gamepad for its buttons and rubber contact pads, Gabbelago then threaded some wire...

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Hacker News Clone in AngularJS – Post 3, Part C on-page-change option for dir-pagination-controls

Building a Hacker News Clone in AngularJS – Part 3 Hi Everyone! I’m Dakota Lee Martinez. In this video series I’ll be using the Hacker News API to build out a Hacker News Clone in AngularJS. These videos are accompanied by a series of blog posts at becomingaprogrammer.com. You can find the written explanation of the process and code samples there. Building a Hacker News Clone in AngularJS – Part 3 The 3rd blog post of the series covers implementing AngularJS pagination using a library by Michael Bromley: https://github.com/michaelbromley/angularUtils/tree/master/src/directives/pagination In this video we’re going to use the on-page-change option...

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Why is it so hard to remember what I accomplished in 2016?

Enter bright shiny band-aid. You know it well. It’s the answer to all mankind’s end-of-year shortcomings, the New Year’s Resolution. The NYR is everyone’s easy fix to start the year with an epic promise that we’ll do better. Everyone makes them. Let’s face it. Who doesn’t want to grow? Common sightings in the month of January: The gym is filled with people going 0 to 100 real quick. Your colleagues have switched from their regular Coke and Big Mac to a single stick of celery and a poop-coloured smoothie. 💩 Your friend Roger has buried himself in library books and...

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