Why General Inheritance is Flawed and How to Finally Fix it

Cache the directionality of the HTML element

Creating and morphing Lego faces with neural networks

Issue #139

12/10/2021

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Why General Inheritance is Flawed and How to Finally Fix it

Published: 8 December 2021
Tags: java


Uncontrolled inheritance can start to suck a lot because it leads to a convoluted web of dependency. In this explanatory article, Per Minborg discusses when Java classes and methods should be made final and other general good practices for controlling composition in your software.


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Cache the directionality of the HTML element

Published: 3 December 2021
Tags: html, css


"All HTML elements have their own directionality". This directionality dictates the direction in which text goes (left to right or right to left), which is useful for different languages. In this concise article, Miyoung Shin outlines how element direction caching was achieved in Chromium.


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Creating and morphing Lego faces with neural networks

Published: 3 February 2020
Tags: machine learning


Ever wanted to generate new Lego faces using AI? Well Ivan Echevarria's extensive article goes into the nitty-gritty of implementing a variational autoencoder to generate novel Lego faces and/or morphing between them.


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