On the Online Privacy Trail: Dropping analytics

Web analytics are a staple of website management, even though they only serve a very narrow purpose while gobbling large amounts of user data. In this episode of the Online Privacy Trail, I’ll tell you how I dropped them altogether.

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Algorithm 101 : Finding all polygons in an undirected graph

I was trying to make a simple random world generator for a geopolitical game yet to be done. I needed continent divided into territories and sea territories between them. I didn’t know at that point that I would solve a known mathematical problem.

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Debunking the template language hype

Template systems based on original template language are pretty popular amongst web tools such as frameworks or CMS (Content Management System). But are they really necessary?┬áMoreover, don’t they slow down the learning curve by adding complexity over complexity?

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