The News According to Hacker Noon - Monday 29 June, 2020

Kemal Karataş asks Android with Huawei Mobile Services: Will it Work Out? ; author Dave Balter explores the various personal crises involved in post-publication self-criticism—familiar to most writers—in Why My New Book is a Failed Attempt at Something I Can’t Put My Finger On ; Marian Pekár shares some hardwon wisdom in What I’ve Learned By Making And Promoting A Game To Help Stray Cats ; and more!

Articles published in AI today

Mehran Muslimi explores How AI Solves SCADA System Questions Around Remote Security and Leveraging AI for Insights-Driven Organizational Efficiency Gains ⁠—a quick read by Aditya Gairola⁠—highlights how

“AI is enhancing this analytics world with totally new capabilities to take semi-automatic decisions based on training data. It revolutionized the way you get rules, decisions, and predictions are done without complex human know-how.”

Conspiracy Theory vs. Fact of the Week

Hacker Noon regular Nebojsa “Nesha” Todorovic unpacks The “Golden Million” Upwork Freelancers: Between Conspiracy Theory and Business Reality.

How Similar Are Programming Languages? asks prolific contributor in Hacker Noon’s programming category, Jure⁠—co-founder of Codequickie and WhistleX.


The sale of spiral hams spiked 622% in Week 3 of the Covid-19 pandemic’s sweep across the U.S. (What is a spiral ham?) For more interesting Covid-19 statistics, check out Hacking Your Psyche to Prevent Isolation Fatigue from our resident infographic expert, Brian Wallace.

Finally, thank you for the lolz, Hessel Dijkstra: here’s Pseudo-Mathematical Proof of All Things Being Skills You Can Get Better At

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