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posted on Tue Sep 13 15:26:36 UTC 2022 by MForster | view on HN
The article discusses the port of the game Factorio to Nintendo Switch, which is set to release on October 28th, 2022. The game will have all of its content available, and will not be simplified. There will be no mod support or save transfer feature at launch, but multiplayer will be available. The game is expected to run at 30-60 FPS.
posted on Tue Sep 13 13:32:36 UTC 2022 by fortran77 | view on HN
posted on Tue Sep 13 15:39:24 UTC 2022 by nicebill8 | view on HN
The article is about the X-Plane 12 Early Access program, which gives users access to the X-Plane 12 software and free updates for the life of v12.
posted on Tue Sep 13 12:51:18 UTC 2022 by burmecia | view on HN
This extension provides realtime network stats data by a view for a PostgreSQL database.
posted on Tue Sep 13 14:54:59 UTC 2022 by matryer | view on HN
Grafana Incident is now available to all Grafana Cloud users to help with incident management.
posted on Tue Sep 13 14:40:27 UTC 2022 by pierreprinetti | view on HN
The article is about how senior engineers are often seen as wizards by their junior colleagues, when in reality they are just better informed.
posted on Tue Sep 13 16:25:25 UTC 2022 by Erikun | view on HN
posted on Tue Sep 13 08:09:55 UTC 2022 by coolandsmartrr | view on HN
French-Swiss film artist Jean-Luc Godard died on September 13, leaving behind over 100 films.
posted on Tue Sep 13 11:54:10 UTC 2022 by thradams | view on HN
Cake is a C23 compiler front end written from scratch in C that can be used to translate new versions of C (like C23) to C99, as well as to try out new features for the C language like lambdas, defer, and more.
posted on Sat Sep 10 23:34:21 UTC 2022 by bookofjoe | view on HN
The article is about the U-Force, a device that was created in the late 1980's as a competitor to the Power Glove. The U-Force was a device that folded up like a laptop and had four IR LED/sensor pairs that would localize your fist in space. The device was not successful and the Power Glove became the more popular device.
posted on Sun Sep 11 15:35:39 UTC 2022 by jsomers | view on HN
The app Tapstack was designed for people to communicate with each other without the burden of an expected reply.
posted on Mon Sep 12 11:47:45 UTC 2022 by mirthlessend | view on HN
The article discusses the lawsuit that was filed against Netflix after they released an interactive film that was similar to the "Choose Your Own Adventure" book series.
posted on Tue Sep 13 13:39:03 UTC 2022 by alexcnwy | view on HN
The company, AiSupervision, is building an operating system to track, manage and improve production in factories with many workers.
posted on Mon Sep 12 11:38:10 UTC 2022 by kergonath | view on HN
The article tells the story of how photography changed astronomy and how hundreds of astronomers formed the first international scientific collaboration to create the Carte du Ciel (literally, "Map of the Sky"), a complete photographic survey of the sky.
posted on Mon Sep 12 10:09:48 UTC 2022 by honoredb | view on HN
This article argues that software component names should be whimsical and cryptic in order to be easily remembered and easy to spell.
posted on Tue Sep 13 11:31:13 UTC 2022 by 1ris | view on HN
The article discusses the EU's imports of natural gas and the different routes it comes from, as well as the levels of storage within the EU.
posted on Tue Sep 13 11:26:36 UTC 2022 by Napsty | view on HN
Novespace is a company that provides parabolic flight campaigns for scientists and also offers public flights so that people can experience weightlessness.
posted on Mon Sep 12 06:36:31 UTC 2022 by kiyanwang | view on HN
The article discusses different types of one-on-one meetings that executives might have with their team, and offers advice on how to approach each type.
posted on Mon Sep 12 09:51:56 UTC 2022 by ibobev | view on HN
The article discusses how different integer types can lead to tricky cases, and how C++20 brings some help.
posted on Tue Sep 13 09:56:49 UTC 2022 by herbertl | view on HN
The author describes how comparing oneself to other entrepreneurs can be harmful and offers some alternatives.
posted on Tue Sep 13 14:27:23 UTC 2022 by deletriusotis | view on HN
The article discusses the Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA) in Kubernetes, a system for automating the management of containerized applications.
posted on Tue Sep 13 05:15:17 UTC 2022 by sohkamyung | view on HN
Cockatoos in Sydney have begun to open suburban rubbish bins, which has led to local traditions forming around how to protect the bins from the birds.
posted on Tue Sep 13 15:05:45 UTC 2022 by leephillips | view on HN
A woman who's DNA was used by cops to arrest her for an unrelated burglary filed a federal lawsuit against San Francisco, claiming police invaded her privacy.
posted on Tue Sep 13 09:12:21 UTC 2022 by chmaynard | view on HN
The article discusses a talk given by Andreas Hindborg about an NVMe driver written in Rust. He concludes that it is easier to write a kernel driver in Rust than in C, but that the Rust driver is not yet production-ready.
posted on Tue Sep 13 14:00:31 UTC 2022 by agomez314 | view on HN
posted on Tue Sep 13 14:11:18 UTC 2022 by campuscodi | view on HN
Twitter is not doing enough to protect user data.
posted on Tue Sep 13 08:03:19 UTC 2022 by Napsty | view on HN
The article explains how to use the admin socket to control HAProxy from the command line, including how to temporarily disable a backend server.
posted on Tue Sep 13 10:44:47 UTC 2022 by EntICOnc | view on HN
The article is a case study in a user upgrading dependencies and fixing eviction warnings in a Scala project, and the pain points they experienced.
posted on Sun Sep 11 07:57:36 UTC 2022 by graderjs | view on HN
Chafa is a command-line utility that converts image data, including animated GIFs, into graphics formats or ANSI/Unicode character art suitable for display in a terminal.
posted on Tue Sep 13 16:36:27 UTC 2022 by jcalabro | view on HN