The Marvel API

Create awesome stuff with the world’s greatest comic api
The Marvel Comics API allows developers everywhere to access information about Marvel’s vast library of comics—from what’s coming up, to 70 years ago.


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WebAssembly’s post-MVP future

People have a misconception about WebAssembly. They think that the WebAssembly that landed in browsers back in 2017—which we called the minimum viable product (or MVP) of WebAssembly—is the final version of WebAssembly.
I can understand where that misconception comes from. The WebAssembly community group is really committed to backwards compatibility. This means that the WebAssembly that you create today will continue working on browsers into the future.
But that doesn’t mean that WebAssembly is feature complete. In fact, that’s far from the case. There are many features that are coming to WebAssembly which will fundamentally alter what you can do with WebAssembly.
I think of these future features kind of like the skill tree in a videogame. We’ve fully filled in the top few of these skills, but there is still this whole skill tree below that we need to fill-in to unlock all of the applications.

So let’s look at what’s been


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RISC OS is being relicensed under the Apache license

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RISC OS is open for business!
Posted by Steve Revill
Mon, 22 Oct 2018 14:02:00 GMT
RISC OS Open Ltd (ROOL) are hugely proud to announce that we will be working with RISC OS Developments (ROD), following their recent acquisition of the RISC OS intellectual property through the purchase of Castle Technology Ltd (Castle), in the next phase of the mission to reinvigorate the RISC OS market.
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ROD will be working alongside community maintainers ROOL to republish the source code to this popular niche operating system under the Apache 2.0 License, in a move aimed at removing existing barriers to entry for developers from the Open Source community and enabling free-of-charge use in commercial products for the first time in RISC OS’s history.
The release of RISC OS under the Apache license is scheduled for this weekend, to coincide with the popular RISC OS London Show


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Report: Intel is cancelling its 10nm process. Intel: No, we’re not

Media reports published today that Intel is ending work on the 10nm process are untrue. We are making good progress on 10nm. Yields are improving consistent with the timeline we shared during our last earnings report.
— Intel News (@intelnews) October 22, 2018

Earlier today, it was reported that Intel is cancelling its troublesome 10nm manufacturing process. In an unusual response, the company has tweeted an official denial of the claims.
Development of Intel’s 10nm process has been difficult. Intel was very ambitious with its 10nm process—planning to increase the transistor density by something like 2.7 times—and wanted to use a number of exotic technologies to get there. It turned out that the company had bitten off more than it could chew: yields were very low, which is to say that most of the chips being manufactured were defective.
In a bid to recover, Intel is now striving for a less ambitious scaling (though


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Recommender systems, Part 2: Introducing open source engines

Part 1 of this series introduces the basic approaches and algorithms for
the construction of recommendation engines. This concluding installment
explores some open source solutions for building recommendation systems and
demonstrates the use of two of them. The author also shows how to develop a
simple clustering application in Ruby and apply it to sample data.


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