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Highly customizable React library for workflow builders, no-code apps, image processing, visualizers, and more
Hi, this is Lilian. I’m documenting my learning notes in this blog. Besides, I’m leading a team on AI Safety at OpenAI.
This online test gives an indication of general cognitive abilities, represented by an IQ score of between 85 and 145, where 100 is the population average. This test is not a substitute for professional intelligence tests, such as those administered by Mensa and licensed psychologists.
Talentoday is a science-driven people analytics & soft skills testing software for HR, Recruitment Teams, etc. to assess personality, motivation & behavior
Swift Playgrounds is a revolutionary app for iPad and Mac that helps you learn to code and build apps using Swift, the same powerful language used to create world-class apps for the App Store. Engaging lessons and walkthroughs demonstrate the core concepts of coding and building apps as you write real Swift code in an interactive environment.
Software engineer and open source creator. This is my digital garden.
Learn, build, and test Rx functions on Observables (rxjs).
Make beautiful websites with Next.js & MDX.
GitBook is a knowledge management tool for technical teams. It simplifies knowledge sharing, with an intuitive editor and docs-as-code support. Sign up for free today!
Clear examples, explanations, and resources for RxJS.
Math Fun Facts are ideas and puzzles that will change the way you think!
The world's first linear algebra book with fully interactive figures.
A web site dedicated to illustrating underlying concepts of a few topics in mathematics.
Numberphile is an educational YouTube channel featuring videos that explore topics from a variety of fields of mathematics.
From chemistry to computer programming, arts to World War II, ThoughtCo.com provides guides, tips, and resources to help you understand more about the world around us.
Your Math and Physics Questions Answered
Steven Strogatz is the Susan and Barton Winokur Distinguished Professor for the Public Understanding of Science and Mathematics at Cornell University.
HowStuffWorks has been explaining how things work to curious minds since 1998. Providing factual, unbiased content that's fun to read and makes difficult topics easy to understand.
Simply put: cool physics and other sweet science. "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." ~Rutherford via Einstein? (wikiquote) Created by Henry Reich
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