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Luke Church
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More entertainment observing hedgehogs with Dart.

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This week's upgrade to DartPad adds a little more fit and finish. 

We now auto redirect to the right UI for your device, just go to https://dartpad.dartlang.org and we'll do the rest.

We're also experimenting with a quick fix workflow (e.g. click the wrench at https://dartpad.dartlang.org/3388b2ec6300243768b2). We'd love to hear what you think.
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Want to explain to someone how to write some Dart? Dartpad now has sharing via gists.

Like this: https://dartpad.dartlang.org/9f03791e75c4bcc8c7c2
or this: https://dartpad.dartlang.org/b64da074618c4cd6afe7

Share your next Dart here: dartpad.dartlang.org
DartPad Sharing!

There’s a new version of DartPad available - we added support for sharing pads via GitHub gists. There’s an easy ‘Share’ button to enable users to share their samples and demos.

We also now auto-show the dartdoc for a class or member as you move around the source. This turns out to be super handy for navigating and understanding a library’s APIs.

And, some major UI refactoring - courtesy of +Kasper Peulen  - that better showcases console output only snippets, vs snippets that have HTML and CSS.

Try it out here: https://dartpad.dartlang.org.

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+Devon Carew and I have just pushed an update to https://dartpad.dartlang.org

With the help of fantastic contributions from +Kasper Peulen, code completion is much improved and we show helpful docs as you work.

More to come, so we'd love to hear your feedback.
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Me and +Devon Carew have been playing with Dart Pad, a place where people can get started trying out snippets of Dart in the browser. 

It's all rather Alpha right now, with some new experiments coming soon on sharing, API exploration and discovery and liveness, but it's ready for folks to give it a whirl and see what it feels like.

For computers with keys: https://dartpad.dartlang.org

For computers without keys: https://dartpad.dartlang.org/mobile.html 

Feedback is encouraged: https://github.com/dart-lang/dart-pad/issues

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New Dart 1.1 stable release is ready, featuring up to 25% faster JavaScript, new support for UDP for servers, more breakpoint locations while debugging in Dart Editor, and new docs for command-line and server apps.

Dart Editor can auto-update, or you can download the latest release from https://www.dartlang.org/tools/editor/

Thanks to all our Dartisans who tested our dev channel releases. Enjoy the new features and performance!

#dartlang

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What is the state of the art algorithm for this problem?

This is a mixture of Singaporean and US coins, with some other random metallic detritus. Which is which?

Is https://www.academia.edu/829866/Coin_Identification_Using_Neural_Networks the best?

I'm very tempted to try and implement a detector for this as a holiday project. Either that or I need to carry them to give to BA's charity on my next flight.
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LHR -> SIN
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A reason to take the early morning flight from SJC -> PDX
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