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I *detest* the crazy industry politics that made ECC memory so “special”
posted on Sun Oct 16 16:08:24 UTC 2022 by zdw | view on HN
posted on Sun Oct 16 15:50:51 UTC 2022 by disadvantage | view on HN
The article explains how to add a library to your project.
XCheck at Meta: Why it exists and how it works
posted on Sun Oct 16 15:31:34 UTC 2022 by nindalf | view on HN
This post is about XCheck, a system used to report content, and how it has changed over the years.
posted on Sat Oct 15 11:10:32 UTC 2022 by nicbou | view on HN
The article is about the author's garden and how it is a metaphor for their writing.
Trying new programming languages helped me grow as a software engineer
posted on Sun Oct 16 09:29:46 UTC 2022 by baransu | view on HN
The author describes how learning new programming languages and concepts has helped him grow as a software engineer, and how this has led him to develop a greater interest in video games and computer graphics.
Jessica Wade made more than 1k Wikipedia bios for unknown women scientists
posted on Sun Oct 16 14:43:18 UTC 2022 by Brajeshwar | view on HN
Jessica Wade was invited to Buckingham Palace to receive the prestigious British Empire Medal for her contributions to science, which include writing more than 1,600 Wikipedia entries for long-ignored women scientists and speaking and writing on gender equality in science.
Google Announces KataOS and Sparrow
posted on Sun Oct 16 09:42:49 UTC 2022 by nix23 | view on HN
The article discusses the KataOS operating system, which is designed to be provably secure and protect user privacy.
Allow disabling of motion or animation
posted on Sun Oct 16 09:51:31 UTC 2022 by weba11y | view on HN
The article is a free guide on how to make websites accessible, written by a software developer with nearly two decades of experience.
Show HN: The Unix Pipe Card Game – teach kids basic Unix commands
posted on Sun Oct 16 10:57:40 UTC 2022 by throwaway47292 | view on HN
Warpd: A modal keyboard-driven virtual pointer
posted on Sun Oct 16 07:43:35 UTC 2022 by philonoist | view on HN
This article is about a modal keyboard driven interface for mouse manipulation that has several limitations due to the nature of Wayland's architecture.
posted on Sun Oct 16 12:12:15 UTC 2022 by gbrown_ | view on HN
The article is an interview with Simon Peyton Jones, who has recently started a new job at Epic Games. He talks about his new job and what it entails.
Cash, Canadians and CPUs: Intel's 'Lost' Early Microprocessor
posted on Sun Oct 16 15:35:21 UTC 2022 by klelatti | view on HN
The article is about how the company Intel got its name and how it was founded.
Microwave Radar Brought Direct Phone Calls to Millions
posted on Sun Oct 16 11:44:34 UTC 2022 by Stratoscope | view on HN
The article discusses the history of telephone usage in Canada and how it has changed over time.
OHSU scientists discover mechanism of hearing
posted on Sun Oct 16 13:28:23 UTC 2022 by thunderbong | view on HN
The article discusses how scientists at Oregon Health & Science University have, for the first time, revealed the near-atomic structure of the key part of the inner ear responsible for hearing.
Apple bought out all of Newsweek's 1984 Election issue ad space for Mac
posted on Sun Oct 16 03:26:16 UTC 2022 by gdubs | view on HN
Apple bought all of the advertising space in the November/December special election issue of Newsweek in 1984 and devoted it all to Macintosh.
Tesorio (YC S15) raised a Series B and is hiring various roles
posted on Sun Oct 16 12:00:37 UTC 2022 by FabioFleitas | view on HN
The article discusses the company's team of data scientists, developers, and finance geeks who work together to create products that are easy to use and backed by cutting edge machine learning.
Deno vs. Bun performance is rigged
posted on Sun Oct 16 12:37:03 UTC 2022 by alexhultman | view on HN
The article claims that Deno is a multi-threaded server that utilizes in this test almost 2x the CPU-time while Bun is running single-threaded utilizing only 1x the CPU-time.
posted on Sun Oct 16 15:19:19 UTC 2022 by rasulkireev | view on HN
Poll: Is there a negative stigma toward articles written in Medium?
posted on Sun Oct 16 12:53:34 UTC 2022 by LinuxBender | view on HN
Beyond the Raw/Pasteurised Divide
posted on Fri Oct 14 19:56:48 UTC 2022 by merrier | view on HN
The article discusses the difference between raw and pasteurized milk and how the two are often oversimplified. The author argues that there is a spectrum of levels of heating applied to milk that alter its microbiology in various ways, and that drawing hard lines between the two is the task of fools.
posted on Sun Oct 16 14:59:22 UTC 2022 by ksec | view on HN
The article discusses the new release of the Crystal programming language, which includes bugfixes, improvements, and breaking changes.
Show HN: Speki – Flashcards in Terminal
posted on Sun Oct 16 11:20:27 UTC 2022 by tbs1996 | view on HN
The article is about the Speki flashcard program which has features such as Anki-integration and the ability to add unfinished cards.
Protein interface – how to change aproach to building software?
posted on Sun Oct 16 16:10:25 UTC 2022 by catinblack | view on HN
The article discusses how some companies will post on social media looking for experienced developers to "rent", and how this is harmful to the IT industry because it turns the developers into objects that are traded.
OneRNG – Open Hardware Random Number Generator
posted on Sun Oct 16 12:54:01 UTC 2022 by Zababa | view on HN
The OneRNG is a USB-connected entropy source / hardware random number generator (HWRNG) that is designed to be simple and easy to verify, with the goal of providing a trustworthy source of entropy for improved security.
The Moorish invention that tamed Spain's mountains
posted on Sun Oct 16 06:53:31 UTC 2022 by mjul | view on HN
The article discusses how the acequia in Mecina-Bombarón has been kept in continuous use for over a thousand years, and how it is a vital tool to adapt to the region's changing climate.
Efficient IO in Linux with io_uring [pdf] (2019)
posted on Sun Oct 16 04:38:35 UTC 2022 by gurjeet | view on HN
Cloak: Censorship Circumvention Tool
posted on Sun Oct 16 05:37:58 UTC 2022 by xanthine | view on HN
Cloak is a pluggable transport that enhances traditional proxy tools like OpenVPN to evade sophisticated censorship and data discrimination by masquerading proxied traffic as normal web browsing activities.
A Darker Shade of Blue: The Unknown Air Force Manned Space Program
posted on Sat Oct 15 12:26:40 UTC 2022 by belter | view on HN
The Air Force had a project named Man-In-Space-Soonest, or MISS, which was canceled when manned spaceflight was turned over to NASA at the orders of President Eisenhower.
posted on Sun Oct 16 07:20:10 UTC 2022 by kodroid | view on HN
The article discusses how having a single, stateless, pure function at the center of an application can help address many pain points in development, including complexity and emergent behavior.
OpenAPI Generator allows generation of API client libraries from OpenAPI Specs
posted on Sun Oct 16 02:29:06 UTC 2022 by mooreds | view on HN
The OpenAPI Generator allows generation of API client libraries (SDK generation), server stubs, documentation and configuration automatically given an OpenAPI Spec (both 2.0 and 3.0 are supported).