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  1. Using the Same Arch Linux Installation for a Decade

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:20:12 UTC 2022 by meribold | view on HN

    The person writing has had no problems with their Arch Linux installation in the 10 years they've been using it, and only 2 with X and 1 with audio.

  2. American Airlines agrees to purchase Boom Supersonic Overture aircraft

    posted on Tue Aug 16 14:18:51 UTC 2022 by spatulon | view on HN

    American Airlines has ordered 20 Overture aircraft from Boom Supersonic, with the option for 40 more, which are expected to be able to fly at twice the speed of today's fastest commercial aircraft.

  3. Why Airbnb Dumped React Native? (2021)

    posted on Tue Aug 16 16:35:22 UTC 2022 by aabbcc1241 | view on HN

    The article discusses why React Native was chosen by Airbnb, why it was a costly decision, and how to avoid making the same mistakes.

  4. Instagram, TikTok, and the Three Trends

    posted on Tue Aug 16 13:37:27 UTC 2022 by kaboro | view on HN

    The article is about how Facebook has been successful because it is convenient, and how Twitter is not as successful because it is not as convenient.

  5. Docker Compose best practices for dev and prod

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:22:02 UTC 2022 by brycefehmel | view on HN

    Docker Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. It allows you to bring up and link multiple containers into one logical unit, and you can manage these containers as an organized and working whole in a single place.

  6. Show HN: I made a local development, debugging and hotreload tool for AWS Lambda

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:13:19 UTC 2022 by sozal | view on HN

    This project provides and local components for Java runtime to be able to use MerLoc as live AWS Lambda development tool.

  7. The Controversial Plan to Unleash the Mississippi

    posted on Sat Aug 13 14:22:27 UTC 2022 by samclemens | view on HN

    The article discusses the pros and cons of a proposed project to help stop the sinking of the Louisiana delta by diverting some of the Mississippi River's water back into the marshes.

  8. Functional Reactive Programming

    posted on Sat Aug 13 11:18:46 UTC 2022 by amelius | view on HN

    The article discusses the idea of Functional Reactive Programming, which is a way to express computation in domains such as interactive animations, robotics, computer vision, user interfaces, and simulation.

  9. Learning to Spell in Linear B: Scribal Training in Mycenaean Pylos

    posted on Tue Aug 16 16:17:44 UTC 2022 by diodorus | view on HN

    The article discusses how scribes at Pylos are generally consistent in their representation of diphthongs in -i, with the exception of /Rai/ sequences, which are spelt with either the extra sign ra or the core sign ra.

  10. How and why I built Japan Dev

    posted on Tue Aug 16 06:19:41 UTC 2022 by davgoldin | view on HN

  11. .NET 6 is now in Ubuntu 22.04

    posted on Tue Aug 16 13:17:06 UTC 2022 by styx31 | view on HN

    The article discusses how the .NET 6 SDK is now available on Ubuntu 22.04 and how it can be installed with just a few commands. It also discusses how the new partnership between Canonical and Microsoft has resulted in improved security posture for .NET users.

  12. SaaS Developer Perspective Build vs. Buy

    posted on Tue Aug 16 16:38:48 UTC 2022 by serverlessmom | view on HN

    The "7 C's" that Sue Nallapeta, VP of Engineering at Apartment List, described for deciding whether to build or buy software are: capability, resources, time, build time, maintenance costs, infrastructure costs, and hosting costs.

  13. Supabase-JS v2

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:40:46 UTC 2022 by samuba | view on HN

    Today, Supabase is releasing a release candidate for supabase-js v2, which focuses on quality-of-life improvements for developers, including new auth methods, better errors, and improved support for Edge Functions.

  14. Requiring MFA on popular gem maintainers

    posted on Tue Aug 16 12:43:08 UTC 2022 by jacques_chester | view on HN

    RubyGems will require multi-factor authentication (MFA) on owners of gems with over 180 million total downloads in order to combat account takeovers.

  15. Custom Mouse

    posted on Tue Aug 16 12:44:51 UTC 2022 by todsacerdoti | view on HN

    This article is about a mouse that has been created that is 100% open source.

  16. GiveCampus (YC S15) Is US-Remote Hiring Senior Software Engineers

    posted on Tue Aug 16 12:01:08 UTC 2022 by mkong1 | view on HN

    The article discusses the company GiveCampus and how it is a world-leading fundraising and engagement platform for non-profit educational institutions.

  17. Ask HN: In 2022, what is the proper way to get into machine/deep learning?

    posted on Tue Aug 16 07:07:28 UTC 2022 by newsoul | view on HN

  18. The Trouble with the Segway (2009)

    posted on Sun Aug 14 06:44:47 UTC 2022 by gadtfly | view on HN

    The article is discussing why Segways are not as popular as they could be and the main reason is that people look like dorks riding them.

  19. Handpicked No-Signup Tools

    posted on Tue Aug 16 13:03:20 UTC 2022 by scastiel | view on HN

  20. The impact of removing jQuery on our web performance

    posted on Tue Aug 16 09:17:37 UTC 2022 by kevinak | view on HN

    The article discusses how removing jQuery from GOV.UK has improved performance, specifically for users on lower-specification devices.

  21. A developper friendly (web) comic format

    posted on Tue Aug 16 16:10:07 UTC 2022 by toto444 | view on HN

  22. Faster offset pagination for Rails apps

    posted on Tue Aug 16 16:10:29 UTC 2022 by samlambert | view on HN

    The FastPage gem makes it easy to apply the MySQL "deferred join" optimization to your / queries, which is recommended by High Performance MySQL for pagination queries that include an , and becomes more effective as the page number increases.

  23. Show HN: Redbean web server debugging with ZeroBrane Studio

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:35:19 UTC 2022 by paulclinger | view on HN

  24. Scanning for AWS Security Issues with Trivy

    posted on Tue Aug 16 10:53:59 UTC 2022 by pcw888 | view on HN

    Trivy is a multifunctional, open-source security scanner that can scan various targets (filesystems, containers, git repositories and more) in order to discover security issues (vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and secrets).

  25. Raft Consensus Animated

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:57:02 UTC 2022 by pkilgore | view on HN

  26. James Webb Space Telescope Shows Big Bang Didn’t Happen?

    posted on Tue Aug 16 15:19:27 UTC 2022 by resonious | view on HN

    The article discusses how the James Webb telescope is helping astronomers see the earliest galaxies that formed after the Big Bang.

  27. Deconstructing Bézier Curves

    posted on Tue Aug 16 06:33:33 UTC 2022 by ux | view on HN

    The article discusses how Bézier curves are used by graphics professionals and enthusiasts, and how they can be deconstructed to better understand them.

  28. Apple becomes first tech giant to explicitly ban caste discrimination

    posted on Tue Aug 16 12:39:32 UTC 2022 by gunvantsr | view on HN

    Apple has updated its general employee conduct policy to prohibit caste-based discrimination, which is now alongside existing codes that strictly prohibit discrimination against race, religion, gender, age, and ancestry.

  29. Fabimycin and Its Activity against Drug-Resistant Gram-Negative Pathogens

    posted on Tue Aug 16 09:07:32 UTC 2022 by dsego | view on HN

  30. A little exercise each day improves muscles more than one big weekly workout

    posted on Tue Aug 16 06:05:21 UTC 2022 by rajnathani | view on HN

    The article is discussing a study that found that doing a small amount of exercise each day is better for the body than one intense workout session.