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The newly announced OpenAI Startup Fund is investing $100 million to partner with a small number of early-stage startups that are involved in fields that have a lot of potential for AI like health care, climate change and education. The companies in the fund will also get early access to future OpenAI systems, support from … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: OpenAI Startup Fund, JFrog Private Distribution Network, and Databricks Data Live Tables and Unity Catalog appeared first on SD Times.
On his Medium.com site Nicolas Grekas talks about a new RFC that's been proposed to provide a safer method for serializing and unserializing values in native PHP functionality. PHP serialization/unserialization has several drawbacks. [...] To mitigate these security issues, the unserialize() function handles an allowed_classes option since PHP 7.0. Implementing Serializable has this security-mitigation advantage of allowing authors to filter the allowed classes in the subgraph managed by their objects. This feature is only a mitigation because not all use cases know all the possible classes beforehand. He starts by listing out some of the issues with both the current implementations of serialization and unserialization in PHP. From there he makes a proposal for some new functionality to help make things a bit more sane: a __serialize magic method a new S type representing serialized data a new __unserialize magic method automatic protection around destructors during the unserialization process He finishes up the post talking about some of the expected benefits of this kind of functionality and a few of the extra considerations that would need to be thought through as a part of the implementation.
Perhaps no movie franchise has more fans than Star Wars. For over 40 years, each new episode has generated great anticipation - not to mention monster profits. Both the movies... The post A Long Time Ago: Code Snippets Inspired by Star Wars appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Whenever I work on an illustration, the objects don't always have to look like they do in real life. They can look like how I perceive them in my mind. Breaking away from reality is the privilege you have as an illustrator. There are, in fact, no boundaries. Illustrating is creativity in its pure form. It is endless and that's why I love it so much. The illustration above is an inspiring example of using geometric shapes to create a bicycle with a minimum of detail. Sit back, relax, and feed your appetite. Here's your monthly dose. The post Breaking Out Of The Box: Design Inspiration (October 2016) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
This article will be about how large teams can benefit from using more open, collaborative tooling and how to make adoption and migration feasible and pleasant. Also, in case you didn't guess from the title of the article just yet, a lot of it will be about Figma and how we succeeded at adopting this design tool in our team. The intended audience is experienced designers working in larger teams with design systems, developers or product managers looking to improve the way cross-functional teams work in their organization.
There are plenty of scenarios where you need to scrape and collect data from across the web. An API can take a lot of the work out of this chore for you so that you don't have to handle it (with IP blocks, CAPTCHAs, and a huge amount of manual work on your own). scrapestack […]
Cloud hosting is the perfect solution for websites that want to scale. If you're a small business and want to know what provider to choose, you've come to the right place. Cloud computing, in general, is a huge market. It generates more than $30 billion in 2020, and it's projected to reach $552 billion by...
Typically, if you're looking for a free font, the choices many websites offer tend to be somewhat limited. On the other hand, when a website
Latest PECL Releases:Tensor 2.2.3 - Remove dependency on pthreads Tensor 3.0.0 - Extension now compatible with PHP 7.4 and 8.0+ - Drop extension support for PHP 7.2 and 7.3 - Tensors only compute floating point operations - Matrix returns vector on row access - Removed deprecated methods gRPC 1.38.0 - gRPC Core 1.38.0 update protobuf 3.17.1 * Fixed PHP memory leaks and arginfo errors. (#8614) * Fixed JSON parser to allow multiple values from the same oneof as long as all but one are null. LuaSandbox 4.0.2 - Add config.w32 package.xml tarball (Closes #80850) xdiff 2.1.0 - PHP 8 support - Drop PHP 5 support
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