A service worker is a script that your browser runs in the background, separate from a web page, opening the door to features that don’t need a web page or user interaction. Service workers are a technology to aid developers in: creating realistic, reliable offline experiences vastly improving performance when online logically and dynamically caching […]

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OWASP Snakes and Ladders is an educational project. It uses gamification to promote awareness of application security controls and risks, and in particular knowledge of other OWASP documents and tools. In the board game for web applications (Print-ready PDFs), the virtuous behaviors (ladders) are secure coding practices (from OWASP Proactive Controls project 2014-2016) and the […]

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The WorldWind Explorer was created by Bruce Schubert and is powered by ESA-NASA Web WorldWind which provides the 3D Earth visualization with WMS maps, imagery and terrain. WorldWind is different from a 3D globe like Google Earth because it is not an application. Instead, it is an SDK (software development kit) that software engineers can […]

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MIT 6.S191: Introduction to Deep Learning is an introductory course offered formally at MIT and open-sourced on the course website. The class consists of a series of foundation lectures on the fundamentals of neural networks, its applications to sequence modeling, computer vision, generative models, and reinforcement learning. MIT 6.S191 equips the students with the practical […]

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Microsoft announced the Microsoft Professional Program in AI, the latest learning track open to the public. The AI track takes aspiring AI engineers from a basic introduction of AI to mastery of the skills needed to build deep learning models for AI solutions that exhibit human-like behavior and intelligence. The program provides job-ready skills and […]

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