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posted on Fri Sep 23 16:02:47 UTC 2022 by yarapavan | view on HN
I am thankful for simple blocking I/O, goroutines, SQLite, and JSON.
posted on Fri Sep 23 15:20:34 UTC 2022 by kiyanwang | view on HN
The article discusses how the HBO crime drama "The Wire" can be related to software engineering, specifically how rotations are used in order to fairly distribute undesirable duties among team members.
posted on Fri Sep 23 12:28:48 UTC 2022 by rwmj | view on HN
The article is discussing how 64-bits might not be enough in the future and how developers are planning for a 128-bit transition.
posted on Fri Sep 23 11:31:16 UTC 2022 by snthueoa | view on HN
The article discusses a man's journey to port Factorio to the Nintendo Switch system.
posted on Fri Sep 23 02:29:40 UTC 2022 by GeorgeHahn | view on HN
posted on Fri Sep 23 13:09:11 UTC 2022 by bj-rn | view on HN
The article is about a Twitter user who posts links to different services, techniques, tricks and notes about OSINT and more, and has collected over 1000 links on a variety of topics.
posted on Fri Sep 23 15:29:11 UTC 2022 by zekrioca | view on HN
LXC is a container implementation that was initially developed by IBM and is now maintained by Canonical. It is the first container implementation to be built entirely on capabilities found in the mainline kernel and can be used to create, interact with, and destroy containers.
posted on Fri Sep 23 15:55:15 UTC 2022 by velcrovan | view on HN
The article discusses the idea of durable computronics, which is a placeholder name for a fantasy ethos of computing that favors reliability, security, personal accountability and simplicity over functionality and innovation.
posted on Fri Sep 23 10:52:09 UTC 2022 by sintax | view on HN
posted on Fri Sep 23 12:10:06 UTC 2022 by yarapavan | view on HN
The software industry is a George Carlin Top 40 radio DJ spoof about a song recorded at nine AM, rocketed to number one on the charts by 1 PM, and by 5 PM it's a golden oldie, with producers generally forcing consumers onto a never-ending treadmill of change, and consumers are exhausted.
posted on Fri Sep 23 11:38:22 UTC 2022 by bpierre | view on HN
posted on Fri Sep 23 09:58:17 UTC 2022 by nabla9 | view on HN
The article discusses a study that found that the number of people exposed to dangerous levels of fine particulate matter from wildfire smoke has increased dramatically in recent years.
posted on Fri Sep 23 11:34:46 UTC 2022 by susam | view on HN
MathB is a web-based service that allows users to share snippets of mathematical text with others on the world wide web.
posted on Fri Sep 23 13:05:05 UTC 2022 by penberg | view on HN
The article discusses how the author tried out Fly.io, a new backend-as-a-service product, and found it to be confusing and difficult to use.
posted on Fri Sep 23 16:09:18 UTC 2022 by synergy20 | view on HN
The article discusses the release of Wails v2, a project that enables Go programmers to provide rich frontends for their Go programs using familiar web technologies.
posted on Fri Sep 23 12:00:38 UTC 2022 by Equiet | view on HN
The article discusses how Deepnote is working to create better tools for data science projects that will make the process more fun and collaborative.
posted on Wed Sep 21 15:33:31 UTC 2022 by abhaynayar | view on HN
The article discusses how people's gut feelings are usually wrong and how they should be aware of this when making decisions.
posted on Fri Sep 23 12:39:04 UTC 2022 by idop | view on HN
Morgan is a PyPI mirror for restricted/offline networks/environments, where access to the Internet is not available.
posted on Wed Sep 21 13:35:47 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
posted on Fri Sep 23 10:55:49 UTC 2022 by rreyes1979 | view on HN
posted on Fri Sep 23 13:14:01 UTC 2022 by mg | view on HN
This bookmarklet automates the process of choosing a random Nitter instance to show the current tweet.
posted on Fri Sep 23 10:54:53 UTC 2022 by dagurp | view on HN
The Vivaldi Ad Blocker is not affected by the Manifest V3 changes.
posted on Fri Sep 23 11:27:22 UTC 2022 by DerWOK | view on HN
This project is a web implementation of the raining green code seen in the Matrix franchise.
posted on Thu Sep 22 09:28:31 UTC 2022 by tanelpoder | view on HN
The article discusses how XFS inode locks can cause kworkers to block on other CPUs when accessing files.
posted on Fri Sep 23 13:18:49 UTC 2022 by yarapavan | view on HN
The article discusses different ways to connect to the internet wirelessly on a FreeBSD system, including using a supported WiFi card, using a USB WiFi dongle, or using a smartphone.
posted on Fri Sep 23 05:51:20 UTC 2022 by jseliger | view on HN
The article is about the author's experience with books and education, and how the internet has changed the way we access information.
posted on Tue Sep 20 11:15:01 UTC 2022 by lichtenberger | view on HN
Optane will no longer be manufactured, but Intel promises to support existing users; companies who depended on Optane for fast storage will need to migrate to another more expensive product, the easiest being an NVDIMM.
posted on Fri Sep 23 14:59:07 UTC 2022 by hhs | view on HN
The Stanford study found that if the common charging of electric vehicles at home in the evening or overnight shifts to daytime at work as more cars go electric, then that would restrain extra costs for electricity systems.
posted on Fri Sep 23 11:50:52 UTC 2022 by kouh | view on HN
VIM Adventures is an online game based on VIM's keyboard shortcuts (commands, motions and operators) that is a puzzle game for practicing and memorizing VIM commands.
posted on Fri Sep 23 08:50:58 UTC 2022 by bitspook | view on HN
The article discusses how the author has been building a tool that will make blogging a zero-effort activity, by publishing a subset of their notes and embedding youtube videos in their blog posts.