Have you purchased your tickets to #TheSAS2019? 😏
#Throwback to #TheSAS2015 in Cancun, Mexico 🇲🇽 It’s become a tradition that speakers at the event typically announce the results of their juiciest #cyber-research. That year, researchers had presented on #Carbanak (the group who stole $1 billion from 30 banks worldwide), and the #EquationGroup, whose super sophisticated #malware, which garnered quite a lot of press 🗣🎤🎥News of this actually brought down our site! 🤯 And how can we forget. There was a presentation on chipping and several #KasperskyLab employees agreed to have an #NFC chip implanted under their skin! After an intense 2 full-days we had to wrap things up with a party. 👏🏼 Yes, unlike other security conferences we like to reward everyone with a party. Dances, sing-alongs, awards, and a ton of merriment! 💃🕺🕴🔥🍾🏆
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[54/100] Worked on version 1.4 of the Todo list. This time I incorporated booleans by enabling the completed property whenever an item on the list has been completed! Other than that, I've been going back and reviewing what I've learned today/yesterday and playing around with the code to become more familiar with it ☺️
Happy hump day!
Apple has recently brought back the iPhone SE for sale in limited quantities. They were selling them in the Clearance section of their online store and some Costco stores got a shipment as well. Some Costco stores even had small line ups of people wanting them, for a 3 year old phone! Seems like there is still quite a bit of demand for a small and more affordable iPhone!
Would you like to see Apple bring back an updated iPhone SE? If yes which changes would you like to see them make?
Hi guys! Have you worked on your portfolio already? I didn't really had to think about it before, but now I it's the right time to improve my visibility. Do you have any tips? Do you think having a portfolio is useful?
To speak the truth, I really didn't want to do it as I hate to speak about my job : I'm too scared to be judged by people. I know the people I worked with where happy with it, and it really improved things, but to me it doesn't really mean it was good, in the sense that what I did was not "state of the art". Therefore I didn't considered valuable to display it nor speak about it. To me it wasn't perfect enough to be presented in a portfolio.
But let's consider this :
1. Methodologies, especially in design, depends on so many factors that I'm pretty sure there's no right way to do it.
2. At the same time, globally it's also always the same process.
So what to speak about? I looked at a lot of very good portfolio - I looked for pre made lists on Medium, and realised that not a single one is the same. They're all very different. The ones I preferred was short, with illustrations but not necessarily with stunning pictures or technical demonstration.
I think that the point is there : you don't show what you can do, but what's important for you. .
You don't have to write hundred of pages unless you like to be descriptive and to give details - either way are good. You don't even have to write anything if you think that "a picture speaks a thousand words".
The challenge actually lies in how much you know yourself and how you work. Because I think a client will actually choose someone who gives him or her a good impression, they are looking for the perfect fit - not the perfect portfolio.
Maybe this could help if you ever feel stuck, but let me know your point of view!
Samsung's 15.6-Inch 4K OLED Panel For Laptops To Enter Mass Production In Mid-February
The first laptops with Samsung's 4K OLED panel could launch in the second quarter of 2019.
Samsung was rumored to launch the world’s first laptop with a 4K OLED display at CES 2019 early this month. However, the Korean giant did not make any announcement at the event. Now, Samsung Display, the display division of the Korean company has announced that it has successfully made the world’s first 15.6-inch 4K UHD OLED panel for laptops. It will be supplying this panel to leading manufacturers of premium notebooks. Samsung is leading supplier of OLED panels for smartphones and is now ready to expand its footprint to laptop space as well.
The Korean electronics company has announced that this OLED panel will enter production next month. The OLED display technology offers significant benefits over LCD panels and is being touted as a great fit for premium laptop design. Samsung says that this OLED panel for laptops meets the VESA’s DisplayHDR True Black specifications and offers extreme color accuracy and full HDR compatibility. The new 4K OLED panel for laptops has a brightness level ranging from 0.0005 to 600 nits and has a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,20,000:1. One of the biggest advantage moving to OLED will come in the form of deeper back and brighter whites when compared to LCD display. #tech#TechNewsIndia#technique#techie#techhouse#technologies#technewsupdat#technics#TechnicalAnalysis#technews#technical#techlife#technopreneur#techstartup#techouse#technician#technicalnews#technewsupdate#technologiesthesedays#TechnoHouse#technic#technologiesnews#samsungevent#samsunglaptop
🎨 Been 'finishing' an artwork yesterday night, it's cool to go back to algorithms right after - I'll show it in another post 💫 now - 🚀 Selection sort ✨🚀 Uses fewer operations, so where data movement is costly, it is more economical. The Selection Sort best and worst case scenarios both follow the time complexity format O(n^2) as the sorting operation involves two nested loops. The size of the array again affects the performance. In the Selection Sort algorithm, the array is sorted into two sections: a sorted selection and an unsorted selection. The operation involves identifying the minimum element in an unsorted array and placing it into a sorted one. This process is done repeatedly until the array is completely sorted.
1. Think of what you'll need: an index where the current minimum is (let minIndex), a temporary variable to save the value to be swapped (let temp). Optional: save some typing by let len now. 2. Obviously LOOP through the entire array with i, where at the start, minIndex will be i. 3. Nested LOOP: use the iteration of j, comparing the i value with the value of the element which comes after ( j = i+1). 4. IF the value which comes after is smaller than the value at the current minimum Index, therefore, the minimum Index is actually j. 5. The iteration will go on: it will check whether the one after is smaller than the current min index, and at the end of the iteration of j until index i, we'll have the smallest value found through this round. 6. Once the loop has reached the end (important: it got the minimum value from all of the rest), the swap occurs: the value at arr[i] is saved through the var TEMP, is replaced by the value at the miniumum index arr[minIndex], and the value at the (ex) mininmum index is now replaced by the temp stored. It's a simple swap. Just remember that the index isn't the value,it's the cursor. Can be less confusing to see index as cursor. If the first loop hasn't been finished yet, it will run again and the nested loop too, with i and j indexes advanced, and the very right part being sorted. 7. Once the whole array is sorted -all the loops have been run- , return the array.