This post explores the Brakeman gem and shows how to run tests against a Rails app. Through an example application, readers identify and learn from known security issues.
In this post we learn about the Blend Micro from RedBearLab, an Arduino-compatible development board that includes a Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) module for connecting with phones and computers.
So you want to make a first person puzzle game, but you're not sure where to start? Well, this article can give you a heads-up on how to start and create a game.
This is an introductory post on scikit-learn where we will learn basic terminology and functionality of this amazing Python package. We will also explore basic principles of machine learning and how machine learning can be done with sklearn.
In this two part post we demonstrate R’s ease, flexibility, and power we will look at how to use R to look at a collection of tweets from the 2014 super bowl, clear up data via R, turn that data it a document matrix so we can analyze the data, then create a “word cloud” so we can visualize our analysis to look for interesting words.
Let's walk through how to evenly space views with Auto Layout using Xcode's Interface Builder.
In this article, we will cover the new features and performance improvements that make AngularJS even more awesome.
This post explores the pitfalls that a team can run across when working with NodeJS and its community of modules. It addresses some problems with nested anonymous functions and pleads that developers research modules before utilizing them.
Looking back on 2014 on the category of Game Development
This post looks at one example of how we can Internet-enable a simple LED lantern toy using a wireless Spark Core device and the powerful IFTTT service.