21 Sep '13, 6pm

@gcollazo hey, re intro resources for Ember, I wrote a book on it reactions here:

Are you a hacker who likes to make music? You know how you feel precise control when you write code you understand, but you have to filter your understanding of your music through oversimplified GUIs which sometimes have terrible UX? I made a series of videos which teaches you how to write music sequencing software in Node.js and CoffeeScript . When I do it, I experience a clarity which makes it easy for me to make more exciting sounds. You may have the same experience. Upcoming episodes will also teach you how to use simple probabilistic artificial intelligence to write code which writes its own music (which

Full article: http://gilesbowkett.blogspot.com/2013/07/feedback-on-my-e...

Tweets

Book Review – Espresso Extraction: Measurement ...

jimseven.com 21 Sep '13, 5pm

Book Review – Espresso Extraction: Measurement and Mastery September 21st, 2013 I don’t review many books on here, not onl...

Getting Your Feedback and a Staff Update

hackaday.com 20 Sep '13, 8pm

Please join me in welcoming four new members to our crew. I published a post calling for applications almost two weeks ago...

Getting up slow- A story of NFL survival from the bottom of the pile- Read more here-

Getting up slow- A story of NFL survival from t...

modernluxury.com 21 Sep '13, 7pm

Nate Jackson's memoir Slow Getting Up: A Story of NFL Survival from the Bottom of the Pile is coming out next week. The ti...

Get yours R Grant signing her book, "B-2: The S...

northropgrumman.com 16 Sep '13, 7pm

A new book from Northrop Grumman about the people and innovation that created the U.S. Air Force’s B-2 stealth bomber, one...