Retro console emulation! Mario Kart and Ocarina of Time and Conker’s Bad Fur Day! Nobody actually builds stuff with the Raspberry Pi, it’s just an odd form of nostalgic consumerism wrapped up in a faddish ‘making’ trend! The original Raspberry Pi saw a lot of emulator use, but it was limited: the Pi 1 could handle the NES, SNES, Genesis/Mega Drive, and other earlier consoles with ease. Emulator performance for N64 and original Playstation games was just barely unplayable. Now, the Raspi 2 can easily handle N64 and PSX games. [HoZyVN] tried out N64’s Mario Kart and PSX’s Spyro the Dragon. They’re playable, and an entire generation rushed out to Microcenter to relive their glory days of sitting with their faces embedded in a console television drinking Sunny D all day.
“traditional ML techniques are accurate (95%–99%) in detection but can be highly vulnerable to adversarial attacks”. ain’t that the truth
Nice looking static code validation tool for Java, from Google. I recognise a few of these errors ;)
Nathan Barley was scarcely less prophetic when it came to TV itself. In one episode Nathan’s friend Claire makes a comically po-faced, self-righteous but secretly rather narcissistic documentary about a choir made up of drug addicts. Nine years later, Channel 4 made Addicts’ Symphony for real.
the whole story of GMaps
Good DynamoDB real-world experience post, via Mitch Garnaat. We should write up ours, although it’s pretty scary-stuff-free by comparison
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