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Julian Viereck
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Going shopping: "Okay, let's take a n-gram database, a word dictionary and a word list representation. That should be enough to build a nice new language input correction cake :)
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Deploy your static website to Github - and the source repo to a private BitBucket repo ;) #diversitywins
“Oh no, it is raining” was what I was saying when looking outside of my window after getting out of bed. As I am getting from A to B in Zurich using my bike having bad weather turns out to be even worse as bad weather is already by itself. Especially on this day, it was raining really a lot so I ...
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A must watch if you want to see how ES7 unifies async programming. Sooo good.
 
A taste of things to come in ES7... Plus an overview of some ES6 features. tl;dr: lots of async goodness! Awesome talk.
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I was like: wait, they have JavaScript talks on Netflix now?
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Great short video on wonders of math and computer graphics... wish they showed us this kind of stuff in school, it would certainly make things a bit more exciting!
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Fascinating look under the hood of AWS: data centers, power, networking, storage, and more. Yay cloud!
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Better presentation had been Deobfuscate JavaScript using Machine Learning: https://speakerdeck.com/jviereck/when-bigdata-hits-bigcode

In general, the idea to use the information hidden in open source repos and CVS histories makes me really excited - great years to come :)
Explaining the basics behind http://jsnice.org/
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Having these kind of rotations within a company is probably not a bad idea.
At Etsy, it’s not just engineers who write and deploy code - our designers and product managers regularly do too. And now any Etsy employee can sign up for an “engineering rotation” to get a crash ...
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The first answer nails it perfectly - it depends on your context and code size.
 
Does JavaScript REALLY need static typing??? Great Q&A started by +Jonathan Creamer on @techdotpro http://tech.pro/q/199/does-javascript-really-need-static-typing
Much transpiler. So many JavaScripts. Why so many transpilers? I always thought that one of the best parts of JavaScript is that it is loosely typed. If it quacks like a duck right? I'd love to just have a fun discussion about why people feel JavaScript is not complete without types. Thanks!
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Nice intro to the WebCrypto API.
With the web slowly maturing as a platform the demand for cryptography in the browser has risen, especially in a post-Snowden era. Many of us have heard about the upcoming Web Cryptography API but at the time of writing there seem to be no good introductions available. We will take a look at the proposed W3C spec and its current state of implementation.
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I wrote a little something on the awesomeness of fn.displayName in JavaScript – or how to make stack traces significantly more useful.

https://medium.com/@cramforce/on-the-awesomeness-of-fn-displayname-9511933a714a
This post is mostly actionable for library and framework authors, but everybody should demand that their favorite librar…
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    Physics, 2009 - present
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