Hello and welcome to yet another edition of our week in the tech world! 🚀 This time we’re talking about a whole lot of code and machines. We’ve also got a cool little car gadget that you Tesla owners will certainly adore. So sit back, relax, and let's dive in!
First off, we're going to help you get your websites a whole lot brighter and bolder with our helpful guide on how to use CSS variables to create amazing theme transitions! Have you ever wondered how those mesmerizing gradient transitions are created? Get ready to make your websites shine and stand out from the rest. 😉
If you've been craving more structured learning, we've got just the thing for you. Dive into our comprehensive course - a challenging but oh-so-rewarding journey that encompasses 12 weeks, 26 lessons and 52 quizzes to get you up to speed with Machine Learning. From basics to intricate algorithms, it's time you befriended the world of zeros and ones. 💻
And speaking of code, we've all been there. Looking back at the code we wrote when first starting out can feel like opening a time capsule. It can also be... slightly embarrassing. But is it all bad? Let's talk about it in our feature article “Are You Ashamed of Your Old Code?”. Dive deep into the topic and look at it from different perspectives. After all, old code is just experience in its rawest form!
For those of you who have been yearning to dip your toes in Deep Learning, there's some help on the way. We have a wonderful piece highlighting the concepts of Deep Learning from an easily understandable viewpoint. In “Understanding Deep Learning - Simon J.D. Prince”, the complex concepts are made simple. Go on, take your knowledge to greater depths. 🧠
Finally, for all the tech-savvy car enthusiasts out there, here's something that will turn up the voltage! A self-hosted data logger for your Tesla. Goodbye guesswork, hello data-driven decisions! Keep track of your vehicle's usage, and understand how to make your Tesla even more energy efficient! 🚗
That's it for this week! Get those coding fingers ready, it's time to delve into everything tech has to offer! 🎉
Our Repo Picks
- SawyerHood/draw-a-ui (TypeScript): Draw a mockup and generate html for it
- microsoft/ML-For-Beginners (HTML): 12 weeks, 26 lessons, 52 quizzes, classic Machine Learning for all
- daveshap/OpenAI_Agent_Swarm (Python): HAAS = Hierarchical Autonomous Agent Swarm - "Resistance is futile!"
- githubnext/monaspace (TypeScript): An innovative superfamily of fonts for code
- langchain-ai/opengpts (Rich Text Format): undefined
- ishan0102/vimGPT (Python): Browse the web with GPT-4V and Vimium
- microsoft/generative-ai-for-beginners (Jupyter Notebook): 12 Lessons, Get Started Building with Generative AI 🔗 https://microsoft.github.io/generative-ai-for-beginners/
- tldraw/tldraw (TypeScript): a very good whiteboard
- krahets/hello-algo (Java): 《Hello 算法》：动画图解、一键运行的数据结构与算法教程，支持 Java, C++, Python, Go, JS, TS, C#, Swift, Rust, Dart, Zig 等语言。
- luosiallen/latent-consistency-model (Python): Latent Consistency Models: Synthesizing High-Resolution Images with Few-Step Inference
- huggingface/alignment-handbook (Python): Robust recipes for to align language models with human and AI preferences
- langgenius/dify (TypeScript): An Open-Source Assistants API and GPTs alternative. Dify.AI is an LLM application development platform. It integrates the concepts of Backend as a Service and LLMOps, covering the core tech stack required for building generative AI-native applications, including a built-in RAG engine.
- udlbook/udlbook (Jupyter Notebook): Understanding Deep Learning - Simon J.D. Prince
- ollama-webui/ollama-webui (Svelte): ChatGPT-Style Web UI Client for Ollama 🦙
- roboflow/awesome-openai-vision-api-experiments (Python): Must-have resource for anyone who wants to experiment with and build on the OpenAI vision API 🔥
- teslamate-org/teslamate (Elixir): A self-hosted data logger for your Tesla 🚘
- imartinez/privateGPT (Python): Interact with your documents using the power of GPT, 100% privately, no data leaks
- coqui-ai/TTS (Python): 🐸💬 - a deep learning toolkit for Text-to-Speech, battle-tested in research and production
- jxnl/instructor (Python): openai function calls for humans
- rails/rails (Ruby): Ruby on Rails
- radames/Real-Time-Latent-Consistency-Model (HTML): Demo showcasing ~real-time Latent Consistency Model pipeline with Diffusers and a MJPEG stream server
- activepieces/activepieces (TypeScript): Your friendliest open source all-in-one automation tool ✨ Workflow automation tool 100+ integration / Enterprise automation tool / ChatBot / Zapier Alternative
- openai/openai-cookbook (MDX): Examples and guides for using the OpenAI API
- hiddify/hiddify-next (Dart): Multi-platform auto-proxy client made with Flutter, supporting Sing-box, X-ray, TUIC, Hysteria, Reality, Trojan, SSH and many more. It’s an open-source, secure and ads-free app.
- openai/openai-python (Python): The official Python library for the OpenAI API
Our Article Picks
- Jessica Wang: Explaining Kubernetes To My Uber Driver
- Mateusz Charytoniuk: To Junior Developers
- Marine: 🙌Top 10 🐍 Python libraries for any ML projects 🚀
- Bap: 🙌 7 Tips to Build Your GitHub Profile Like a PRO 🚀
- Sriparno Roy: 10 Useful Chrome Extensions for Web Developers
- Eric Allam: 🔥 Take NextJS to the next level: Create a GitHub stars monitor 🤯
- uliyahoo: ⚡️7 easy AI-product integrations (to keep up with the times 👴🏻👨🔧)
- Nevo David: How Giskard got their first 1,200 stars!
- Dragos Nedelcu: The Developer Job Market Is Insane 🤯 5 Tips On How To Survive
- Cherry Ramatis: Compartilhando seu conhecimento com o mundo! Como escrever artigos
- Matija Sosic: How we built a GPT Web App Generator for React & Node.js - from idea to 25,000 apps in 4 months
- Saurabh Rai: These 8 Podcasts will help increase your knowledge and expand your mindset.
- Alicia Marianne: Automating your API tests using Python and Pytest
- Temani Afif: I have made 100+ CSS-only Ribbon Shapes | The Perfect Collection 🎀
- Alvaro Montoro: Creating an Interactive Image Gallery with HTML and CSS
- Madza: 39 Programming Courses for Beginner Developers 👨💻👩💻
- dev.to staff: Thumbs Up Milestone Badges! 👍
- Cătălin Onuțu: How to use CSS variables to create amazing theme transitions 🎨✨
- Barry Michael Doyle: Stop Using ChatGPT To Write Your Blog Posts For You! It's Not Working...
- fast-d3v: These 5 Open Source AI Startups are changing the AI Landscape
- Nick Taylor: Boost productivity with the GitHub CLI
- Erika Heidi: Development Environments with Docker
- Nguyen Khac Nghiem: SOLID, KISS, YAGNI and DRY Principles
- EneasLari: The Pomodoro Technique - How to use it effectively as a programmer
- Jeeva Ramanathan: Decoding Why 0.6 + 0.3 = 0.8999999999999999 in JS and How to Solve?
- Mohammad Faisal: 45 NPM Packages to Solve 16 React Problems
- Kedasha: How I used Github Copilot Chat to debug my deployment workflow 🐥🤖
- Bilal Ul Haque: Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
- Pierre Chollet: Deploy your first Node 20 Lambda function on AWS!
- Marcus Kohlberg: Building a Type-Safe Microservices Backend in Go
- Francesco Vetere: How I organize my CSS declarations 🗂️
- Ben Halpern: Meme Monday
- Kedasha: Getting Started with GitHub Copilot in the CLI🚀
- Nathan Tarbert: 🦓 The Zebras Guide to Showcase Markdown Images in Light & Dark Mode 🚀
- Leonardo Montini: Debug a React app with Visual Studio Code
- Md .Rakibul Islam: Exploring React's Top Useful Hooks with Code Examples
- Danial Habib: 3D Flip Product Card | CSS Tutorial
- Necati Özmen: Introduction to Docker Networking
- Valentin BEGGI: 🥇 The Lambdalith Advantage: A Complete Guide to NestJS Deployment on AWS Lambda Using CDK
- Danial Habib: How To Build A Portfolio Website: React.js, Next.js 14, Tailwind CSS, Shadcn UI
- Elizabeth: How I test a website for accessibility
- Jeffrey Ip: How to Evaluate LLM Applications
- Erin A Olinick: Top 7 Featured DEV Posts of the Week
- Dumebi Okolo: A Beginner's Guide to understanding Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in Ruby
- thomas: How Angular Dependency Injection works under the hood
- Anita Olsen: Are You Ashamed of Your Old Code?
- david wyatt: How to use a Workqueue in Power Automate
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