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ethical considerations of high frequency econometrics and decision making

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  1. Who needs a Sensibo anyway?

    If you're reading this post you're probably in the target audience for a certain Instagram ad alongside with me, advertising Sensibo: a magical IoT gadget that turns your "dumb" air conditioner into a "smart" one. This is the story of me not buying one.

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  2. I moved my blog

    Back in 2015 (?, I think...) I moved my blog to Medium, which promised to be a clean and fast blogging platform. It's now 2020 and Medium is everything but that: popups, nag screens and "please subscribe" CTAs everywhere. So I moved.

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  3. A new mentor in your journey to be a better developer

    I won’t surprise anyone who knows me when I say static analysis tools made me a better developer. I’m willing to go even further, just as the title of this post says: these tools can be our mentors.

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  4. Windows apps and GDPR

    A quick disclaimer before venturing in: I’m not a legal expert, and the following is not legal advice. The purpose of this post is to give an overview of GDPR’s influence upon your average Windows App Developer.

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  5. Reverse engineering the Unity Network Discovery protocol

    I’m working on a project where a .net core backend is used as a server to provide data for multiple Unity clients. To ease development and usage in Unity it’d be great if we could use the built-in network discovery module, so that’s what I did.

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