$200 off the Microsoft Surface Pro, and more great Presidents’ Day sales
- Welcome to Good Deals, a Verge-approved roundup of the best tech deals, in partnership with Vox Media's commerce team.
- Well, it’s on Monday, and retailers are trying to give people a reason to remember it by offering great tech deals in a number of categories.
- Best Buy’s Presidents’ Day sale features markdowns on Google Home bundles, 4K TVs, and more.
- Dell’s deal is bringing prices down on more than 140 products and Microsoft is offering discounts on nearly 100 laptops.
- For this weekend only, Surface Pro models are on sale for $200 off.
- Check out Polygon’s gaming deals roundup here.
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The 12 coolest features inside the Tesla Model 3
- This week, Business Insider had the chance to spend a few hours with a brand new Model 3 on the road in and around New York City.
- The standard Model 3 with 220 miles of range starts at $35,000.
- But, Tesla is currently producing only the top spec edition with 310 miles of range.
- Our test car Longer Range test car started at $44,000 but, with additional options, cost $57,500.
- As you may expect, Tesla packed its most "affordable" offering to date with more than a few really cool and interesting features.
- Here's a rundown of just some of the most impressive features available on the Tesla Model 3.
- Get the latest Tesla stock price here.
Emotion vs Reason, Round 1: Historical Technology Hypes
- This definition is important to retain, as I will show you some examples of lots of dumb money being wiped out in a matter of hours or a few days.
- For example, Santiment’s purpose is to help investors making better, more informed decisions and the solution they propose is to enable machine learning, AI algorithms and sentiment analysis in a single platform, using the wisdom of the crowds.
- That’s why it’s extremely important to differentiate between allowing other people to invest for you and allowing products and platforms to help you making better decisions.
- Most money wiped out was dumb money, so small investors who did not want to miss the train.
- All these crashes have one thing in common: dumb money entering the market when the price was too high and the company did not have enough purpose.
Feature Flags as a Continuous Delivery Release Tool
- Yes. Feature flags can be used to enable many different behaviors within the final product, they can give product owners fine-grained control over the product’s behavior and user accessibility both throughout the development lifecycle as well as within the client facing product.
- You can use also feature flags to control localization, due to various regulations throughout the world, you may find that you need to enable features in one country and disable it in others in order to stay within regulatory compliance for that particular nation.
- Other techniques might include adding governance to your development rules by placing a limit on the number of feature flags a system is allowed to have.
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