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The 76ers trade for Jimmy Butler is a 'high risk, high reward' gamble that could change the course of the franchise

  • Despite the ways Butler, Simmons, and Embiid could blend on the floor, the Sixers will need to get deeper, and they'll need more shooting.
  • By trading for Butler, the Sixers can offer him a five-year, $190 million contract when he becomes a free agent this summer.
  • If Butler can coexist with Simmons and Embiid, the Sixers will have a star trio locked up, with cap space to tinker with their supporting cast.
  • Someone will offer Butler a max contract this offseason if the Sixers do not, and while they could let Butler walk and use their cap space to lure another star, who is available?
  • Butler isn't a seamless fit with the team, but he was the rare superstar available, the type of elite player Brown said the Sixers needed to add.

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Trump lawyers could submit answers to Mueller in coming days, source says

  • Washington (CNN) - President Donald Trump met again with his lawyers on Monday to go over a series of written questions from special counsel Robert Mueller's team, according to a source familiar with the session.
  • The meeting was the latest as the responses are finalized, and the source said the answers could be submitted to the special counsel in the coming days.
  • As CNN previously reported, Trump was meeting with lawyers about the questions before the midterms as he was preparing to remove Jeff Sessions as attorney general.
  • The move to replace Sessions with acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker, who has been openly critical of the special counsel, comes as the White House braces for a return of public activity on the Russia investigation following a pre-election quiet period, according to people briefed on the matter.

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Magenta Studio (Beta): Music Generation Using Tensorflow

  • Magenta Studio is a collection of music plugins built on Magenta’s open source tools and models.
  • They use cutting-edge machine learning techniques for music generation.
  • For example, here’s the Generate plugin in both the standalone and Ableton Live versions.

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UK and EU negotiators have agreed a Brexit deal

  • LONDON — UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit deal which Theresa May will present to her Cabinet on Wednesday, senior UK and EU sources have confirmed to Business Insider.
  • Agreement between the UK and EU over how to prevent a hard-border with Northern Ireland over Brexit was reached during intensive negotiations held on Monday and Tuesday, sources told BI.
  • The negotiating teams agreed that there will be a UK-wide Brexit "backstop" if Britain fails to agree a comprehensive trading deal before the end of the two-year Brexit transition period.
  • The deal is set to include a UK-wide customs union backstop with Northern Ireland that would effectively keep Britain in parts of the single market.
  • Our Brexit Insider Facebook group is the best place for up-to-date news and analysis about Britain's departure from the EU, direct from Business Insider's political reporters.

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UK and EU negotiators have agreed a Brexit deal

  • LONDON — UK and EU negotiating teams have agreed on a Brexit deal which Theresa May will present to her Cabinet on Wednesday, senior UK and EU sources have confirmed to Business Insider.
  • Agreement between the UK and EU over how to prevent a hard-border with Northern Ireland over Brexit was reached during intensive negotiations held on Monday and Tuesday, sources told BI.
  • The negotiating teams agreed that there will be a UK-wide Brexit "backstop" if Britain fails to agree a comprehensive trading deal before the end of the two-year Brexit transition period.
  • The deal is set to include a UK-wide customs union backstop with Northern Ireland that would effectively keep Britain in parts of the single market.
  • Our Brexit Insider Facebook group is the best place for up-to-date news and analysis about Britain's departure from the EU, direct from Business Insider's political reporters.

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Datomic: Event Sourcing without the hassle

  • Life is not so easy with conventional Event Sourcing, because you have to anticipate every change you're going to want to apply to your state, design an Event Type for it, and implement the Event Handlers for this Event Type.
  • You're writing the Event Handler for an Aggregate that keeps track of the reputation score of each User: it's a basic key-value store that associates each user_id to a number.
  • This means adding an Event is no longer as simple as appending a data record at the end of a queue: you must atomically do that and update some queryable representation of the current state (e.g a relational database).
  • First, let's note that a Datomic Database Value can be viewed as an Aggregate; one that is maintained synchronously with no extra effort, contains all of the data stored in Events, and can be queried exp

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Who's looking for open source contributors? (November 12th edition)

  • Find something to work on or promote your project here.
  • Happy coding!
  • Hey all!
  • Heupr is now open source!
  • We've still got a lot of things we'd like to implement for the open source model (e.g. setting up clear installation instructions, getting Travic-CI running, increasing test coverage, etc) but the functioning codebase is there for your viewing pleasure.
  • Anyone interested in Golang and machine learning, or just getting involved in open source, feel free to jump in!
  • You can also reach the team at [email protected]
  • Oat++ is zero-Dependency, performance oriented web-service-development framework.
  • Written in C++.
  • Be a better developer.
  • Free forever.
  • We’re a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
  • We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.

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The 7 Most Popular DEV Posts from the Past Week

  • Ed describes two big-picture approaches to teaching functional programming: using History, and using Philosophy.
  • There's a big difference between "programming" and being a professional software engineer.
  • Amidst all of the great Vim tutorials, David shares some great context about Unix.
  • Vim is powerful because it's already tightly integrated with Unix tooling.
  • Speaking of great Vim tutorials and introductions, don't miss this article which provides some great background and offers a taste of Vim. Spanning tooling, security, bootstrapping, quality, clean code, testing, and DEV members to follow, this is a great PHP-focused roundup.
  • Keep an eye on dev.to this week for daily content and discussions...and if you miss anything, we'll be sure to recap it next Monday!
  • Want to contribute to open source and help make the DEV community stronger?
  • All the dev.to code is freely available on GitHub. You're welcome to jump in!

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Bitwarden Completes Third-Party Security Audit

  • In addition to our 100% open source codebase and public bug bounty program, we also understand the need for official security assessments and penetration testing from reputable third parties.
  • We are pleased to announce that Bitwarden has underwent a thorough security audit and cryptographic analysis from the security experts at Cure53.
  • In the interest of providing full disclosure, below you will find the technical report that was compiled from the team at Cure53 along with an internal report containing a summary of each issue, impact analysis, and the actions taken/planned by Bitwarden regarding the identified issues and vulnerabilities.
  • We are happy to report that no major issues were identified during this audit and that all impactful issues have already been resolved in recent Bitwarden application updates.
  • A free and open source password manager for all of your devices.

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The most expensive, rare, and bizarre vehicles Lewis Hamilton drives when he's not racing

  • Lewis Hamilton is a young, massively successful athlete who has been crowned Formula 1 world champion five times.
  • If that's not enough, his vehicle collection is also ridiculous — and it's not just cars he likes to buy, drive, or be driven in, either.
  • Keep scrolling to see the most expensive, rare, and bizarre vehicles Hamilton drives when he's not racing.
  • Source:Sunday Times: Driving.
  • Source:Super Cars of London and Autoblog.
  • Source:Autoblog.
  • Source:Formula1.com and Autoblog.
  • Source:Instagram, AutoExpress, and Sunday Times: Driving.
  • Beiber also posted a photo of him sitting on the car bonnet on Instagram.
  • Source:Effspot, Sunday Times: Driving, and Instagram.
  • Source: Twitter.
  • Source:Facebook and CarKeys.co.uk.
  • Source:Mercedes and MSN.
  • Source:Facebook, Mercedes Blog, Hotcars.
  • Source:Instagram.
  • Source:Facebook.

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