STEM

Python

Iterators, Iterables, and Itertools in Python

For-loops in Python do a lot of work for you. By learning how iteration works, you will be able to add iteration to your own classes and create custom iterable objects. Python also gives you an “itertools” module which contains a lot of convenience functions to save you time and streamline your code.

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Science

Beyond the Atom: Remodelling Particle Physics

Here’s a great overview of subatomic physics for your Thursday science fix. Everything in the universe is made up of just a few different types of subatomic particles. Learn more about these particles and how physicists have built their knowledge of them – including the discovery of the Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider […]

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Career

One Dev Question with Larry Osterman: “What got you into computers?”

Larry Osterman explains the “aha moment” that got him into computers.

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AI

How to Avoid and Manage Invoice Fraud with Applied Ai

Join Noelle Silver for This Week in Applied Ai to see how to Avoid and Manage Invoice Fraud with Applied Ai. 

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Quantum Computing

Sydney Student Helps Solve Quantum Computing Problem with Simple Modification

Sydney university student Pablo Bonilla, 21, had his first academic paper published overnight and it might just change the shape of quantum computing forever.

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AI

Growing Your Business with AI and Machine Learning

Would you like to learn how Artificial Intelligence (Ai) and Machine Learning can help your business grow? What about how to prepare for the changes this technology will bring and what we’re seeing in the market? Check out this interview view ElectrifAi’s Nicole Woods. Find out more: https://electrifai.net/

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What is AI fuzzing? And why it may be the next big cybersecurity threat
Developer Guest Post

4 Myths About Coding for Kids

This article originally appeared on junilearning.com As Computer Science continues to weave itself into more aspects of everyday life, the term “coding” has become ubiquitous throughout society. However, because a lot of the code executed in our everyday lives is embedded deep within the systems of the objects we use, there are many misconceptions regarding […]

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Data Driven IoT

Stephen Leonard on STEM and the Frustration Inherent to Engineering

In this episode, Frank and Andy interview Stephen Leonard, Andy’s son, about his upcoming first SQL Saturday Talk, digital natives, engineering and STEM, and old movies like “Aliens” and “the Matrix.” Press the play button below to listen here or visit the show page at DataDriven.tv.

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Microsoft Partners NASA to Get Kids Interested in Space
Microsoft Space

Microsoft Partners with NASA to Get Kids Interested in Space

Here’s a great idea for powering the next generation of innovators on this planet and a few others. Microsoft’s education arm and NASA have come together to create online lessons to get school students interested about space. The eight online lesson plans range from titles such as Designing Astro Socks to protect astronauts’ feet in […]

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Science

Boy Scout Tried To Build a Nuclear Reactor in His Backyard

While pundits decry the lack of interest in STEM fields, there are a few kids out there who really like to push the envelope. Take, for example, the story of David Hahn. The story reads like a sci-fi coming of age comedy, but it’s true. The saddest part of the story, however, is how David […]

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