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Third-party CSS is not safe [jakearchibald].
Create a Laravel + Vue SPA in under an hour [cloudways].
The makers of Rematch on redesigning Redux [hackernoon].
How to build a real-time todo app (naturally) with React Native [freecodecamp].
Date with Destiny
Why you should contribute to open source projects [jgrossi].
DeepPavlov is an open source library for building and training chatbots [github].
An interview with OkCupid’s CTO on the algorithms that power dating sites [logicmag].
Ruby optimization with one magic comment [mikeperham].
SwiftNIO is a framework from Apple for building networking applications in Swift [github].
Do the Maths
Under Glass is a collection of product design case studies [underglass].
Using ancient mathematics to enrich your design skills [freecodecamp].
Gradient backgrounds for your next project, but presented in egg shapes for some reason [eggradients].
A logo redesign case study for digital agency App Shack [medium].
How Basecamp approaches user privacy concerns [signalvnoise].
Twitter wants to measure how its platform is affecting users [axios].
GitHub survived the largest DDoS attack ever recorded this week [wired].
The spring update for Xbox will add 1440p support, and new features for Mixer [theverge], which is Microsoft’s answer to Twitch, such as allowing a viewer to control your game for a time.
Looks like Instagram’s working on voice and video calling [techcrunch].
U.S. law enforcement can probably now unlock every model of iPhone [forbes].
MIT Technology Review has released the 2018 edition of their annual breakthrough technologies prediction [technologyreview].
Dr Phlox, Medicine Gecko
Everything else (apps, fun tools, gaming, culture, funny stuff)
One Hour One Life [onehouronelife] is a game played on a persistent shared server, and your character lasts for one hour each time as everyone tries to advance a new civilization.
Find out what the inside of an Antarctic glacier sounds like [kottke].
How scientists are using machine learning to match genes to health outcomes [quantamagazine].
Finally: llama or alpaca? [llama]
That’s Versioning for this week. I’ll be spending the weekend building a neural net that matches different kinds of jeans to health outcomes. Have a good weekend and we’ll catch you on Monday!
Temporarily curated by Joel