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HackerNoon.com is an American technology publishing website. It focuses on reporting the latest news related to software development, startups, artificial intelligence, and cryptocurrencies. It started in 2016 and is run by the husband and wife team of David Smooke and Linh Dao Smooke.Source
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The Beginner’s Guide to Ethereum’s Roadmap

The Beginner’s Guide to Ethereum’s Roadmap

Ethereum’s mission is to become a decentralized world computer that replaces server farms. Think of it as a single computer that the whole world can use. It can’t be shut down or turned off. As an overview, here’s a and an explanation of .If Ethereum is a computer, then each one of these updates can be looked at as an operating system (OS). Similar to Google launching Android Oreo or Apple launching iOS 10, Ethereum is launching in four stages.Each stage adds new features and improves the user friendliness and security of the platform, while allowing Ethereum to scale.Frontier (July...

January 3, 2018
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Zuckerberg Announces Oculus Quest 2 Release Date and Price

Zuckerberg Announces Oculus Quest 2 Release Date and Price

Editor @Hackernoon by day, VR Gamer and Anime Binger by nightOn September 16th, 2020, via Facebook Connect, CEO Mark Zuckerberg made a long-awaited announcement regarding the Oculus Quest 2. That's right, we finally have a release date and price and trust me, you won't be disappointed. reactionsVia the live stream, Zuckerberg announced the official release date of the Oculus Quest 2 for October 13th of this year. Many Questers via Reddit and Facebook groups have long been trying to predict this release date. Most people assumed it would come in 2021, and some said as early as December 2020,...

September 18, 2020
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How To Code Gas-Less Tokens on Ethereum

How To Code Gas-Less Tokens on Ethereum

Everyone talks about “gas-less” Ethereum transactions because no one likes paying for gas. But the Ethereum network runs precisely because transactions are paid for. Then, how can you have “gas-less” anything? What is this sorcery? In this article I’m going to show how to use the patterns behind “gas-less” transactions. You will discover that although there is no such thing as a free lunch in Ethereum, you can shift gas costs in interesting ways. By applying the knowledge from this article, your users will save on gas, will enjoy a better UX, and even build novel delegation patterns into...

September 18, 2020
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How Hackers use Online Job Postings to Infiltrate Organizations

How Hackers use Online Job Postings to Infiltrate Organizations

There’s a lot of talk in the cybersecurity industry about the jobs threat, meaning the gap in qualified professionals to fill the number of open positions in the industry. But, have you thought about the other jobs threat to consider – the online job postings themselves? It’s been encouraging to see companies paying more attention to cybersecurity these days. However, what that has translated to is an incredible need for knowledgeable professionals to help implement and manage those new priorities, resulting in more than 4 million unfilled positions across businesses of all sizes and...

September 18, 2020
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Deconstructing a Serverless Cloud OS

Deconstructing a Serverless Cloud OS

Unlike containers, which were an incremental change introducing smaller VMs with less isolation, serverless technology has produced truly disruptive change, yet to be fully absorbed by the software industry. We need to stop talking about faster horses and start talking about race cars. While cloud functions (e.g., AWS Lambda) constitute a crucial ingredient in the serverless revolution, they are just one piece of a bigger puzzle. To comprehend the full meaning of this paradigm shift, we have to look at serverless storage, messaging, APIs, orchestration, access control, and metering...

September 18, 2020
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Why Digital Marketing Isn't Working for Your Tech Startup

Why Digital Marketing Isn't Working for Your Tech Startup

That are countless blog posts that extoll the benefits and power of digital marketing. There are even more that show you exactly how to do it. If it was so easy and the blueprints are already there then why do startups have so much trouble gaining traction? Are the common digital marketing best practices all wrong? Well, not exactly. They work but there is a specific set of conditions that need to be met before they’ll yield the fruits brands are looking for. If you’re trying to grow a side project or launch a startup full time then this guide will save you a lot of time, energy, and...

September 18, 2020
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Hacker Noon Joins Mozilla’s Fix The Internet Incubator

Hacker Noon Joins Mozilla’s Fix The Internet Incubator

The internet functions, but does it work? So many pop up ads, suggested content, paywalls, irrational newsfeeds, fake friend requests, tracking pixels, and a hodgepodge of ad hoc technologies dependent on keeping this digital status quo humming along. If you're an internet company not working with FAAGM, tip of the cap to you my friend. We are all subject to how the next page loads. Happy to share that we have received a grant from Mozilla. Hacker Noon is working with the Fix the Internet Initiative to iterate on how readers react to digital stories. The first version of our inline...

September 18, 2020
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Top 22 YouTube Channels to Learn Programming

Top 22 YouTube Channels to Learn Programming

Thank you for taking the time to check out this article. It doesn’t matter where you’re coming from (Codegiant, Hacker News, Reddit, or some other place), I always appreciate every reader who lands on my articles. Now that I’ve coaxed you into reading this article, let’s get down to brass tacks. Whenever you’re just starting out with software development or simply want to uplevel your programming skills, you’ll need the right info resources to achieve your goals. In this article, I’ve listed 22 of the best YouTube channels for improving your programming skills. Some are geared towards...

September 18, 2020
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"The Abandonment of Clean Algos is the Suicide of Mainstream Social Media" - Minds CEO Bill Ottman

"The Abandonment of Clean Algos is the Suicide of Mainstream Social Media" - Minds CEO Bill Ottman

Bill Ottman is the co-creator and CEO of Minds, a free and open source social network with crypto rewards. They continue to make waves as an alternative to the incumbent social network business model of surveillance capitalism. Bill has also been a guest on the Joe Rogan podcast. Today, he kindly took the time to answer some questions for Hacker Noon. Hey Bill, what’s the best thing you read on the internet today? That would clearly have to be the breaking expose of ‘boneless chicken wings’... Minds came up with a Jury System for content moderation, where 12 users vote on specific...

September 18, 2020
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Tracking the Evolution of Emoji Skin Tones

Tracking the Evolution of Emoji Skin Tones

Tech Writer. Creating Graphics. theciva.wordpress.com/subscribeFive years ago, everyone used the same yellow-coloured emojis (which looked like the Simpsons or the LEGO, or just someone suffering from jaundice). reactionsThe yellow colour was chosen to make emojis generic and non-realistic. So that it doesn’t represent any specific skin colour. reactionsBut turned out that blacks and people of colour felt misrepresented by the yellow emoji. This defies the sole purpose of it being yellow, in the first place. reactionsAnd even  it openly in 2014 when it went viral gaining public support....

September 21, 2020
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