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SD Times news digest: GitHub acquires Pull Panda, Cloudflare introduces advanced cryptographic library, and Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

GitHub acquired Pull Panda to help teams create more efficient and effective code review workflows on GitHub. The financial terms were not revealed by the companies.  According to the company, Pull Panda advances code reviews through Pull Reminders,which sends a notification through Slack when a collaborator needs review; Pull Analytics, which offers real-time insight into the effectiveness of a team’s process; and Pull Assigner,...

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How to Watch the Live Reading of the Mueller Report By Hollywood Stars

If you’re waiting for a cinematic adaptation of the Mueller Report, you likely have a long wait ahead of you. If, however, you want to hear some of Hollywood’s biggest actors give their take on the special counsel‘s investigation of Donald Trump and interference in the 2016 election, today is your lucky day. Monday night, June 24 at 9 p.m. E.T., a gaggle of stars will give a live performance of the report, which will be live...

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Entrepreneurship, Jobs, Big Data, and Investigative Journalism — What Do They Mean to You?

Listen to the Hacker Noon podcast to find out.Yes. There was a time when you could be a Doctor, a Lawyer, or a Teacher and not care about technological advancements. This century, is not that time.Today, technology pervades all aspects of our lives. From kids less than 2 years old to grandparents over 90, everybody has developed at least some semblance of familiarity with tech, and with good reason.This created a plethora of new...

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Explain the differences and use cases for a Raspberry Pi vs Arduino like I'm five (but smart)

I just got Sparkfun's Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit and some extra fundamental components and one fun component (a speaker). I used to do some DIY electronics stuff, but I didn't understand capacitance at the time (to be fair, neither did my high school teacher) or diodes. Now I'm obsessed with smart home IoT / home (and everything else) automation and I finally decided to dip my toes in hardware so I can make my own devices. I'm sure...