12th July 2018This is a very interesting article into training reinforcement learning algorithms on environments that they create themselves.
6th July 2018This is a tweet Martijn Cuppens that I think sums up the challenge and beauty of working on the web.
The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast external
6th July 2018This podcast is a fascinating exploration of health, lifestyle and food from a very scientific and medical approach. Each episode has very qualified people talking about their area of expertise.
Harry Potter and the Sacred Text external
6th July 2018I've recently been listening to Harry Potter and the Sacred Text, it's a podcast that uses a chapter each week from Harry Potter to explore a theme (such as loyalty, grief, friendship) in quite a lot of depth from various viewpoints. They use religious and spiritual approaches, but in such a way that even as an atheist I enjoy all of the Jewish and Christian bible reading techniques that they use.
Uber Case Study external
3rd April 2018A really insightful case study from a product designer working at Uber.
Implementing Webmentions in Perch external
17th July 2017
This is a nice article by Drew McLellan about implementing Webmentions into the Perch CMS. This is brilliant news, as it will lower the barrier of entry for people interested in indieweb. He mentions about moderation and how to deal with duplications, that's something I am intending to improve on my own site at some point too.
Hexagonal Grids on Red Blob Games external
27th June 2017I've always had an interest in hexagonal grids, for both data visualisation and game development. This is a brilliant introduction to the various techniques.
Marionettes in VR external
18th May 2017This article by Daniel Beauchamp shows some great explorations into VR, as well as how you can often end up with good results completely by accident.
23rd March 2017This helped me solve an issue I was having uploading a CSV in Angular 1.
16th March 2017This is a TED talk by Hans and Ola Rosling, discussing how our intuition needs to be flipped in order to more correctly understand the state of the world.