Links to some interesting talks from 33C3 (might add more):
- Fnord Jahresrückblick
- Die Sprache der Populisten
- Von Kaffeeriechern, Abtrittanbietern und Fischbeinreißern
- A world without blockchain
- Es sind die kleinen Dinge im Leben
- Deploying TLS 1.3: the great, the good and the bad
- Software Defined Emissions
- Shut Up and Take My Money!
- SpiegelMining – Reverse Engineering von Spiegel-Online
- Eine kleine Geschichte der Parlamentsschlägerei
- Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
Link GitHub issue numbers in commit messages in Android Studio/IntelliJ using File > Settings > Version Control > Issue Navigation:
Issue ID (regular expression): #([0-9]+) Issue link (replacement expression): https://github.com/<user>/<repo>/issues/$1
No idea this was possible…
Thus, doubling the field would produce a 16-fold increase in the fusion power. […]So, anybody want to halt ITER construction and redesign it? :)
While the new superconductors do not produce quite a doubling of the field strength, they are strong enough to increase fusion power by about a factor of 10 compared to standard superconducting technology
Computers have become ubiquitous and essential, but they remain massively error-prone and insecure - as if we were back in the early days of the industrial revolution, with steam engines exploding left, right, and center.
Forgot to share this. Stuck with me the most from everything at 31c3.
Looking at PISA data:
Even in countries where women’s liberties are severely restricted, we found that girls are outperforming boys in reading, mathematics, and science literacy by age 15, regardless of political, economic, social, or gender-equality issues and policies […].
And on a side note:
Some schools have found that it is, in fact, how classes are taught that encourage or discourage more women in the sciences. The University of California, Berkeley, tried an intro to computer science class that is more collaborative and problem-based, and it achieved a majority of women for the first time.
What remains unclear is as to why those women then don’t choose related career paths. The paper is sadly behind a paywall (Elsevier).
Hi! What's your Trakt account? :)
Edit your life frequently and ruthlessly. It’s your masterpiece after all.—Nathan W. Morris (via wordsnquotes)
Yup, we took Stephen Colbert out in New York City dressed as your (and his) favorite The Hobbit characters.
It was amazing.
Photo Credit: Ruven Afanador for EW
Hello Trottmann, my question is about java code testing. How do I run the tests on the tmdb-java library?
They are JUnit tests. So either use your IDE (in IntelliJ or eclipse, just right-click classes/methods and run them as tests) or use the maven verify goal (e.g. run “mvn verify” in the project root).