Have you ever tried to pause your music with your native media keys only to accidentally start up iTunes and have multiple songs playing at once? Have you ever had the absurd notion that pressing the “skip” button should play the next video in a YouTube playlist? You aren’t alone. Providing this intuitive functionality has been the […]
Algorithmic trading is growing field in finance that uses computers to execute securities trades. With growing research in artificial intelligence and machine learning, a computer’s ability to interact with markets and other human phenomena has rapidly increased. The financial sector is becoming increasingly reliant on computers for finding transactions, making markets, and executing trades, and […]
It has been awhile since I’ve written an article, but I’ve found the chatter surrounding “hidden city ticketing,” an approach to obtaining cheaper air tickets to be a worthwhile discussion. Orbitz and United Airlines have recently entered a lawsuit against Aktarer Zaman, the twenty-two year old founder of Skiplagged, a website that helps users find cheap […]
Apple does a clean job of portraying iOS development as a fun, streamlined, and straightforward process. While this may be the case for experienced programmers and developers, the opposite seems to be the pervading opinion about iOS development for beginners. Five or so years back, when I was overly zealous and dangerously naïve about the […]
Full Review Making inanimate objects move on their own is a magical sight that has fueled my small hobby of stop motion animation for years. I used to use iMovie to compile all of the photos from my digital camera, and then I transitioned into the iStopMotion iPad app. But now, I think I’ve found the epitome of […]
One of the difficulties of collaborating on projects, whether it be software development, web development, or nothing programming related, is the challenge of finding good group collaboration software. There are many different sites for group collaboration, such as PBWorks or Hackpad, and choosing a suitable one is a challenge. Particularly for our personal projects, we tend […]
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