Day: October 14, 2021

Maker Raspberry Pi

Mini Raspberry Pi Server With Built In UPS & Display

In this video, Michael Klements puts together a mini Raspberry Pi server with a built-in UPS. A Raspberry Pi makes a great server for a NAS or for media streaming, home automation or even a home security hub for your cameras. All of these projects can benefit from having a built-in UPS to ensure that […]

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Azure Data

Notebook Views in Azure Data Studio

In this episode of Data Exposed with Julie Koesmarno, get a sneak peek of what’s new in Azure Data Studio.

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Hardware

VMware ESXi Setup and Install

NetworkChuck has a new toy and he shares the unboxing and setup with us. I bought a new (old) server to add to my lab!! Buying an old Dell PowerEdge Server or an HP Proliant is the best thing you can do to beef up your lab and start learning. In this video, I walk […]

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Interesting Windows

Hacking Task Manager on 1024+ Cores with Cool Video Demos!

Dave Plummer is an OG Windows engineer and, in this video, he has some fun with it. The Right Way and the Wrong Way: the retired Microsoft programmer of Windows Task Manager takes you on a tour of cool demos created using the new multicore Heat Map view showing movies such as Bad Apple, Minecraft, […]

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Podcasts Quantum Computing

Lynn Langit on Quantum Computing for Software Engineers

In this episode, Frank and Andy speak with Lynn Langit and her journey from developer to quantum developer. This episode is entitled “Developing for Quantum Computing” and is rated three Schroedingers, but don’t let that scare you off. Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv. LINKS GitHub […]

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Developer Javascript

Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web?

I’ve often wondered if SPA (Single Page Apps) have gone too far. While good for some things, it shouldn’t be used everywhere. What’s wrong with Single-Page apps? There are a lot of critiques. A non-exhaustive list of terrible things about single-page apps include: You’ll need a bloated JavaScript framework and performance will suffer It comes […]

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Raspberry Pi

New CPU for Raspberry Pi 4, Pop OS.

In Pi News #39, learn about the new CPU for Raspberry Pi 4, Pop OS.

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Windows

Mac Fanboy Reviews Windows 11

I’ve not yet made the switch to Windows 11 yet, but I am hearing mixed reviews. The one thing people do rave about, however, is the better flowing UI. Quinn of Snazzy Labs sits down at the new studio and takes a look at Microsoft’s best looking OS yet.

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Science

Exploring the Tech Behind the 1000 Mile Car Battery

From electric cars to your smartphone, we rely on batteries more now than ever. Advances in battery technology would have enormous impact on our environment when you factor in electric vehicles and providing reliable energy storage mechanisms for wind and solar. An interesting battery technology popped up recently involving metal-air technology that could make an […]

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AI

Neat AI does Lenia – Conway’s game of life arrives in the 21st century

Conway’s game of life arrives in the 21st century with a multi-dimensional upgrade. Paper / Code

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