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DPL Reading List – April 20, 2018

DPL Reading List – April 20, 2018

Here are some of the articles we’ve been reading around this office this week. A Simple Tool to Start Making Decisions with the Help of AI – “Better predictions matter when you make decisions in the face of uncertainty, as every business does, constantly. But how do...

DPL Reading List – April 13, 2018

DPL Reading List – April 13, 2018

Here are some of the articles we’ve been reading around this office this week. MIT Invents A Way To Turn “Silent Speech” Into Computer Commands – “Researchers at the MIT Media Lab have created a prototype for a device you wear on your face that can detect tiny shifts...

My Favorite UX Books + Why

My Favorite UX Books + Why

This is not my first list of user experience (UX) books that should be on your reading list, and to be honest, it won’t be my last. The reason why is simple: we're always challenging and adjusting how we employ UX to our solutions. There are a lot of great books on UX...

Silly Arguments: Var vs Not to Var

Silly Arguments: Var vs Not to Var

Previously, we have discussed the silly arguments of tabs versus spaces, squash versus no-squash merges, and constructor injection versus service locator. Now it’s time to talk about var. When I first found var in .NET 3.5 SP1, I thought they had ruined .NET. This...

DPL Reading List – April 6, 2018

DPL Reading List – April 6, 2018

Here are some of the articles we’ve been reading around this office this week. It's Time for an RSS Revival – “The difference between getting news from an RSS reader and getting it from Facebook or Twitter or Nuzzel or Apple News is a bit like the difference between a...

DPL Reading List – March 30, 2018

DPL Reading List – March 30, 2018

Here are some of the articles we’ve been reading around this office this week. Why writing is the most important skill in design. – “Like designers, great writers understand their audience. They do their research, because the plot and character development has to be...