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How Amazonian Thinking Turned Me Into a Remote Work Optimist

How Amazonian thinking and communication tools are turning me into a remote work optimist. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Is Incognito Mode as Safe as You Think?

Browsing in incognito mode may seem like a good idea, but it is not as safe as you think. It still has certain limitations that can put your privacy at risk. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

DNA Technology: How Genetics Research Improves Healthcare

DNA Technology has multiple applications in medicine that make disease prevention, diagnosis and treatment easier and more personalised for every patient. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

"It's kind of morbid but I kinda love it", CEO Tai Shi Ling of UI-licious on QA

UI-licious was nominated as one of the best startups in Singapore in Startups of the Year hosted by HackerNoon. CEO Tai Shi Ling shared her founder story here. Read the full story Source: Hacker Noon – JavaScript

Tech For All: How To Improve App Accessibility For People With Disabilities

For brands, app development is a way to get closer to their users. But do they think about digital accessibility of people with disabilities? Let’s find out! Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Building an API-Powered Platform

On this episode. Jon Dahl, CEO of Mux, and Thierry Schellenbach, CEO of Stream, talk to Amy Tom about starting their API-powered platform. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Monetizing the Curation Economy, Social Communities and Online Learning

3 big startup opportunities for your next venture. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

The 12 Most Read Stories Published on HackerNoon in 2021 (So Far)

People always seem so surprised when they find out that anybody can submit a tech story for consideration to get published on HackerNoon.com. 🤷 Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

David Fuller on building the first-of-its-kind Automation Platform with Artificial.com

Artificial was nominated as one of the best startups in Palo Alto in Startups of the year hosted by HackerNoon. Here’s an interview with their CEO/Cofounder. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

"It Just Happened On Its Own" Franck Jones, Node Chronicles, On Their Unexpected Preorder Wave

Interview w/ co-creator Franck Jones on a new comic book series that teaches computer science & electrical engineering. Episode #1, The Hacker Way (on Amazon). Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Pycaret: A Faster Way to Build Machine Learning Models

Pycaret is an open-source, low code library in python that aims to automate the development of machine learning models. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Robinhood: Virality + Gamification + FOMO + Simplicity = Billion Dollar IPO

Robinhood is leading the modernization of investments because it offers everyone an equal opportunity to participate in the financial markets.  Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Here's Why we Switched from Google Places to Mapbox for our Autocomplete API

My day was going great, I was in a good mood after checking our newly updated MRR on Stripe. Then, I noticed an email from Google and my day took a turn. Read the full story Source: Hacker Noon – Coding

The Lay of the Cryptoland – Part I: Coins, Wallets, and Exchanges

A beginner’s guide to the crypto ecosystem Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Can Sporting Events Rejuvenate "NFT+Sports" This Time Around?

In the first quarter of 2021, NFT sales exceeded $1.5 billion, 20 times of the fourth quarter of 2020, which is the highest period of ever since NFT developed. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Are Multi-chain DeFi Protocols The Way Forward?

Are you curious to know if we are going to have a future of multi-chain DeFi protocols? Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

TinyRAM Review: Architecture, Design, and Assembly Instructions

TinyRAM can be used to perform non-deterministic computations easily and plays an important role in zero-knowledge-proof systems. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Miner Extractable Value (MEV): The Biggest Thorn in DeFi

Miner Extractable Value (MEV) is one of the pain points for those who use DeFi products. Here are some possible outcomes if this doesn’t get addressed. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

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