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Top 60 FPL Podcasts To Follow in 2020 | Fantasy Premier League Podcasts

Top 60 FPL Podcasts Contents [show] ⋅About this list & ranking Fantasy Premier League Podacsts The Fantasy Football Scoutcast The FPL Podcast by Fantasy Football Hub The Official Fantasy Premier League Podcast Always Cheating | A Fantasy Premier League Podcast (FPL) Sky Fantasy Football Podcast by Fantasy Football Hub The Kick Around Pod The 59th Minute FPL … Continue reading Top 60 FPL Podcasts To Follow in 2020 | Fantasy Premier League Podcasts

Learn how to control articulations of virtual instruments in Logic Pro X

Virtual instruments have come a long way in sounding realistic and professional, and Logic Pro X has some features to help push them to the very edge. Keyswitches allow you to manually change the playing style of the notes you play on an instrument. For example, playing the first half of a phrase in legato, … Continue reading Learn how to control articulations of virtual instruments in Logic Pro X

New comment by inertiatic in "Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? (June 2020)"

Location: Europe Remote: Yes, exclusively but okay with travel. I’m also okay with any timezone. Willing to relocate: No Technologies: Most recently extensively used languages/frameworks are Python (Django), Java (some Spring), and NodeJS. Significant experience with Solr/Elasticsearch/Lucene. Various flavors of SQL (Postgres, MS and others) and NoSQL (Redis, aforementioned Solr/ES and others). Queues (Kafka, SQS) … Continue reading New comment by inertiatic in "Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? (June 2020)"

Google’s May 2020 Core Update: What You Need to Know

On May 4th, Google started to roll out a major update to its algorithm. They call it a “core” update because it’s a large change to their algorithm, which means it impacts a lot of sites. To give you an idea of how big the update is, just look at the image above. It’s from … Continue reading Google’s May 2020 Core Update: What You Need to Know

Spin abstract geometries from your music, with Ableton Live visualizers by artist Arash Azadi

Many of us imagine visuals when we close our eyes and listen to music. Here are two devices you can drop directly into Ableton Live to make that happen – from an artist whose work weaves together visual and sonic realms. Iranian-born, Armenia-based composer and music and media artist Arash Azadi has built his own body … Continue reading Spin abstract geometries from your music, with Ableton Live visualizers by artist Arash Azadi