Today I came across a website with a sadly familiar problem. It had been attacked for malvertising. The curious thing is that the attacker has successfully hijacked the site so it redirects (sometimes) to a site that tries to “convince” you to install a Chrome extension that asks for permission to modify the content of all the sites that you visit. This is the analysis of the problem.
I wrote a blog post about chatbots and my personal perspective on them on the Tovari blog. Check it out!
Yes, sometimes, when you try to draw a graph, the graph does not like to find its vertices’ positions.
This is an animation of the Force-Directed Layout algorithm that I am developing currently for a side project. Every frame is one iteration of the algorithm. With these parameters, the graph’s vertices don’t converge to a stable position in 3000 iterations.
I have been rolled out to the new LinkedIn desktop redesign. I was not going to talk about it, but at the end, I considered that it can be a learning experience for you all, as it has already been for me. Here you have five things that, in my opinion, LinkedIn is doing wrong.
I can say that past week I got some good experience about meetings in which people with opposing interests try to make their points go through. Some problems to avoid: