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What’s Stripe’s deal?

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 3:16 p.m.
Description: Welcome toThe Interchange! If you received this in your inbox, thank you for signing up and your vote of confidence. If youre reading this as a post on our site, sign uphereso you can receive it directly in the future. Every week, Ill take a look at the hottest fintech news of the previous week. […]What’s Stripe’s deal? by Mary Ann Azevedo originally published on TechCrunch

4 Takeaways From Islanders’ 2-1 Overtime Win vs Golden Knights

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 2:05 p.m.
Description: The past month has been one to forget for the New York Islanders as they went 4-8-3 and fell to sixth place in the Metropolitan Division. That said, they found…

How to Use AppSheet: A Guide to Data Tab Sections

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 1:56 p.m.
Description:  The first part of my Google AppSheet tutorial offered a basic understanding of how to create a new app based on a data table using the Google AppSheet platform. You should know how data sources work, and be aware of the rules you need to follow to make the whole development process smooth. But it's easy to see that when it comes to functionality and visuals, the application created in step one still has a long way to go. In this article, I'll show you how to make it even more functional. Ill start with some basic theories. Ill introduce you to the Data tab, and explain what you can do with the various sections youll find inside. Later on, Ill show you how to put that knowledge to good use Ill present three examples of specific changes that can be made to your sample app to improve it in several areas. In short, youll learn how to use AppSheet to better effect.

The flight tracker that powered @ElonJet has taken a left turn

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 11:21 a.m.
Description: ADS-B Exchange is now owned by private equityand now even its biggest fans are bailing.

Ukraine renews calls for US F-16s, German fighter jets after countries reverse decision on sending tanks

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 10:57 a.m.
Description: Ukraine is engaged in negotiations for the United States and Germany to send fighter jets to help provide support for tanks the Western countries agreed to send earlier this month.

Hamlin’s Injury Highlights Precarious Position of Many Young N.F.L. Players

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 10 a.m.
Description: The injury to Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills, who collapsed on the field in cardiac arrest, has drawn attention to players who have been hurt early in their careers and now struggle to get help.

We Hear His Voice

Published: Jan. 29, 2023, 9:01 a.m.
Description: I will ask the Holy Spirit to help me be more sensitive. Especially that I may be sensitive to what He would have me say to those around me who are in need of His love and forgiveness.The post We Hear His Voice can be found online at Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God.

How To Build Strong Customer Relationships For User Research

Published: Jan. 27, 2023, 11:30 a.m.
Description: In this article, Rachel walks you through various ways that product teams can utilize to build relationships with customers. She will share some tips and tricks from her experience that have helped her nurture customer relationships and build better products.

Code Lifespan

Published: Jan. 27, 2023, 5 a.m.

CrystalDiskInfo Portable 8.17.14 (disk health monitoring) Released

Description: A new version of CrystalDiskInfo Portable has been released. CrystalDiskInfo monitors HDD/SSD health status and temperature, and does all the usual monitoring/graphing of S.M.A.R.T. information. It also tells you how many times the hard disk has been turned on and how many hours it's been on for. It's packaged in Format so it can easily integrate with the Platform. And it's open source and completely free.Update automatically or install from the portable app store in the Platform.

Launch Your Side Hustle – Amy Harrop Interview

Published: Jan. 26, 2023, 11 a.m.
Description: In this episode, we start a new conversation and talk to Amy Harrop about how to launch your side hustle. Her strength is self-publishing and getting people from content in...The post Launch Your Side Hustle – Amy Harrop Interview appeared first on Develpreneur.

Java Optional Example 1

Description: Welcome. Today we are taking an introductory look at the Java Optional Class. We will focus primarily on the Optional Class and what it is for. Then we will cover why it is useful and how to use it in our code. Finally, we wrap up with four hands examples of using the different types of Optional methods in our code.What is Java the Optional Class?The optional class is essentially a container object, which may or may not contain a non-nullable value.Why should we use the Java Optional Class?One of the biggest problems with Java is that when we create variables or methods with return types, our intent is unclear if the value of these will be null.String name;String getName();void doSomething(){ assertThat("My Name").isEqualTo(getName());}He is a simple example where we have a string name, a method that returns a string getName(), and then some method that tries to compare a string name equal to our getName(). The problem with this is name could be null and throw a NullPointerException at runtime. However, just reading the code, we don't know, for instance, if the name was ever instantiated or populated so it could contain a null value.The code is very unclear on the intent of the name. Should it always be populated, or could the name be null? How, as developers, do we know the name could be null? We don't because the name is just specified as a name.Unfortunately, this approach leaves it up to the developer to determine the intent of the variable if it can be null. This leads the developer to implement many null checks within their code.if (name != null) { then do something... }Primarily what do we do if the name is not known? What do we want to do with it? If we don't know that name could be null, then when we try to use it, we will get a runtime exception all over the place when we try to use the name.This is where Optional comes in.Why Is Java Optional useful?When we use the optional class, we imply our intent that a variable or our method could potentially return a no result or a null. Because the Optional class gives us the ability to wrap our variables and methods. Telling the developer that this variable is optional and that name might not have a value in a particular instance; therefore, the variable will not return a value.Additionally, the Optional class has some methods that handle how we do null pointers or null checks. Same with methods, like our Optional String getName. So this time, in the above code, we create a new Optional String for both the variable and method getName.By doing this, we are specifying that name may return no result so that it could be null, but because we're using Optional, we will know that we need to handle that case.

Now Open — AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region in Australia

Published: Jan. 23, 2023, 11:05 p.m.
Description: Following up on Jeffs post on the announcement of the Melbourne Region, today Im pleased to share the general availability of the AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region with three Availability Zones and API name ap-southeast-4. The AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region is the second infrastructure Region in Australia, in addition to the Asia Pacific (Sydney) []

Is This An Improvement In Your Current Solution? – Defining ROI

Description: When defining ROI for a project, we must ensure that the changes we make are a step in the right direction. In some situations, adding a feature or even a new solution is a step backward. We can run into this when there is shiny new technology or some buzzword we hear and decide to embrace. These projects are more about “keeping up with the Joneses” than improving our bottom line. That may seem simple to avoid. However, it is …The post Is This An Improvement In Your Current Solution? – Defining ROI appeared first on RB Consulting, Inc..

Exact Sciences Raises Fourth-Quarter Estimates Above Expectations

Description: EXAS stock jumped as the provider of cancer screening and diagnostic tests raised estimates for its fourth quarter.The post Exact Sciences Raises Fourth-Quarter Estimates Above Expectations appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.

Rangers in the Market for a Forward

Published: Nov. 23, 2021, 7:25 p.m.
Description: The New York Rangers are off to a good start this season, but Sammy Blais' season-ending knee injury and Vitali Kravtsov's departure to Russia leaves them in the market for another winger. Who might they target?