April 04, 2018
This week: Grindr’s lousy security, Dark patterns, Detecting objects with Raspberry Pi, and sex parties of the rich and tech.
You though Facebook giving out your data to advertisers was bad? How about Grindr giving out your HIV-status and other things as well!?
The frontpage of internet is getting a redesign. Wired has an inside story how this process has played out.
Software developer using an iPad pro as the main development device? How is such thing even possible?
A thorough look at building different object recognition stuff with machine learning and Raspberry Pi.
Apple has silently added support for PWAs (Progressive web apps) in the newest developer release of iOS 11.
Nerdwriter1 has put out an amazing video about the dark patters designers use to make your life just a tiny bit harder.
Mobbin is a hand-picked collection of latest mobile design patterns. Personal favourite: the Elbi signup process.
Just look at this beautiful interaction by Johny Vino!
Emily Chang dives into the gender discriminating culture of Silicon Valley, describing what it is like to be a female engineer in place where sex parties filled with high ranking VCs are the norm.
Tips for clearer mind. TLDR: get rid of clutter.