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We’ve talked about why things always take longer than we plan before. Emily Guy Birken at Wise Bread suggests a way to avoid underestimating how long something will take you.
Sprints — concentrated bursts of development aimed at a defined goal — are an increasingly common process in large development tools. One of the biggest enthusiasts for the concept? Google.
Windows: Atom, the free text editor from the folks at Github (and one of our favourite text editors), now has an official Windows version. It’s an alpha release, but it brings all of Atom’s features to Windows, including support for the packages that make the tool so extendable.
Electronic engineers are emerging as important contributors to understanding of the workings of the human brain. There is a rapidly growing intersection between electronic engineering and neuroscience. As a relatively new angle of attack, this kind of research could lead to breakthroughs in medical treatments of brain disorders and artificial intelligence technology. Why is this?
If you’re interested in learning to code, for fun or financial gain, this interactive chart from IEEE Spectrum can help you pick the first (or next) language to learn.