Posts Tagged ‘support’

When Your Code Has To Work: Complying With Legal Mandates

Douglas Crockford famously declared browsers to be the most hostile software engineering environment imaginable, and that wasnt hyperbole. Ensuring that our websites work across a myriad of different devices, screen sizes and browsers our users depend on to access the web is a tall order, but its necessary.
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Data.world raises $18.7 million to remedy our post-fact society

As our societycontinues to devalue facts and statistics, Data.world, a two year old data collaboration startup out ofAustin, Texas, is fighting back with its passionate community of data nerds. Today the company is announcing a$18.7 million Series B led byPat Ryans family investment group to further build out its platform for aggregating and analyzing data.
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Revue Discover helps you find and subscribe to more awesome personal newsletters

Dutch startup Revue, which offers a tool to create and send your own personal newsletter, is launching a new product today to make it easier to discover other newsletters to subscribe to. Described as a highly curated directory, Revue Discover sees the young company index over 200 of the best non-marketing email newsletters, as picked by its own staff, and made browsable by topic.
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Pythonnet brings Python to Microsoft .Net

The Pythonnet package gives Python developers interoperability between Microsoft’s .Net Common Language Runtime and the CPython implementation of the language. Also known as Python for .Net, the package lets developers script .Net applications or build entire applications in Python, using .Net services and components built in any language targeting the CLR.
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Pythonnet brings Python to Microsoft .Net

The Pythonnet package gives Python developers interoperability between Microsoft’s .Net Common Language Runtime and the CPython implementation of the language. Also known as Python for .Net, the package lets developers script .Net applications or build entire applications in Python, using .Net services and components built in any language targeting the CLR.
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