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posted on Wed Jan 11 08:34:25 UTC 2023 by trekhleb | view on HN
The article discusses a code for training a GPT model on a single GPU which can be used to finetune pretrained checkpoints.
Guerrilla guide to CNC machining, mold making, and resin casting (2015)
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:26:42 UTC 2023 by Tomte | view on HN
This guide provides an overview of what a CNC mill is and how it can be used for rapid prototyping.
Show HN: Kandria, an action RPG made in Common Lisp, is now out
posted on Wed Jan 11 14:09:54 UTC 2023 by Shinmera | view on HN
The article is about the video game "The Valley," which is a 2D exploration game with a large gameplay area and many different quests.
On leading underscores and names reserved by the C and C++ languages
posted on Wed Jan 11 13:13:37 UTC 2023 by rwmj | view on HN
The C and C++ languages reserve names for the implementation, which means that you cannot use them in your own code.
Launch HN: IcePanel (YC W23) – Onboard engineers with explorable system designs
posted on Wed Jan 11 14:46:54 UTC 2023 by JacobShadbolt | view on HN
Why are there so many tech layoffs, and why should we be worried?
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:44:06 UTC 2023 by tim_sw | view on HN
The article discusses how the recent trend of tech companies laying off workers is mostly due to "social contagion", or companies copying what others are doing, rather than being based on evidence.
RISC-V SBC VisionFive 2 Officially Shipped
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:48:50 UTC 2023 by britneybitch | view on HN
StarFive Technology has completed production and testing of the first batch of VisionFive 2 SBCs, which has started shipment and will be delivered to customers in succession.
Building an Internet Scale Meme Search Engine
posted on Mon Jan 09 20:46:43 UTC 2023 by whoisburbansky | view on HN
The article discusses how the author created a meme search engine that uses the iOS Vision framework to recognize text in memes.
posted on Wed Jan 11 12:31:52 UTC 2023 by r4victor | view on HN
The Django Styleguide Survey has ended and results are expected soon.
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:13:09 UTC 2023 by wpietri | view on HN
The article is about a person who is annoyed by someone asking them about their gender.
The Daily Habits of Happiness Experts
posted on Mon Jan 09 20:58:16 UTC 2023 by lxm | view on HN
The article discusses the different things that experts say contribute to happiness and how to go about achieving it.
We need a lot more electricians if we’re going to electrify everything
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:37:40 UTC 2023 by orangebanana1 | view on HN
This article discusses how community colleges and unions are two pathways into the profession of electrician work and how there is a higher barrier to entry than simply signing up for classes.
“A Handbook of Integer Sequences” Fifty Years Later
posted on Wed Jan 11 12:37:58 UTC 2023 by zeebeecee | view on HN
Mastering diverse domains through world models
posted on Wed Jan 11 14:25:04 UTC 2023 by braymundo | view on HN
Memories: Artificial Intelligence at Stanford in the 70s
posted on Wed Jan 11 14:06:06 UTC 2023 by furcyd | view on HN
In the 1970s, the Stanford AI Lab was a unique place with a great atmosphere, despite the decaying building, and it was well worth the half hour bike ride to get there.
The Unexpected Heaviosity of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (2006)
posted on Wed Jan 11 07:14:23 UTC 2023 by hyperific | view on HN
The article is about the author's experience watching Ferris Bueller's Day Off for the first time and how it changed his opinion of the movie.
Zoo Vadis, or how to breathe new life into a thirty-year-old classic
posted on Tue Jan 10 07:24:16 UTC 2023 by Tomte | view on HN
The article discusses the process of adding player powers and peacocks to the game, and how these features make the game more dynamic and exciting.
Efficient and performance-portable vector software
posted on Tue Jan 10 09:28:23 UTC 2023 by signa11 | view on HN
The Highway C++ library provides SIMD/vector intrinsics that are efficient and performance-portable.
posted on Wed Jan 11 11:01:54 UTC 2023 by chucksmash | view on HN
The United States notam system failed at 2028Z and no new notams or amendments have been processed since then.
Open Source in Environmental Sustainability
posted on Wed Jan 11 15:35:13 UTC 2023 by protontypes | view on HN
The article discusses the findings of a study on open source software projects related to environmental sustainability. The study found that while open source culture has the potential to transform modern society, its potential within environmental sustainability is not well understood. The study highlights key risks and challenges for users, developers, and decision-makers, as well as opportunities for more systemic collaboration.
posted on Tue Jan 10 18:56:26 UTC 2023 by PlumpyGER | view on HN
The author is discussing how microservices are often used incorrectly, leading to more problems than they solve.
Plantifa: Antifascist Guerrilla Gardening Curriculum
posted on Wed Jan 11 16:34:10 UTC 2023 by Vaslo | view on HN
posted on Tue Jan 10 05:28:56 UTC 2023 by lobo_tuerto | view on HN
posted on Mon Jan 09 11:54:55 UTC 2023 by stephc_int13 | view on HN
The article is about a person who decided to learn Zig, a new programming language, by creating a small project.
Another NaN-based tagging strategy for dynamic programming languages
posted on Wed Jan 11 11:51:39 UTC 2023 by todsacerdoti | view on HN
The article discusses how to elide the faffery of tagging by taking advantage of the qualities of modern processors and architectures.
Actiondesk (YC S19) Is Hiring a Product Designer (4-6 months contract)
posted on Wed Jan 11 07:00:19 UTC 2023 by joparisot | view on HN
The company is looking for a very strong product designer to help make their BI tool, Actiondesk, more intuitive.
The Computer Science Book (2020)
posted on Wed Jan 11 08:05:18 UTC 2023 by r4victor | view on HN
This book contains ten chapters covering the main areas of a computer science degree, giving the reader a comprehensive introduction to computer science.
Haiku beta 4: a thing of beauty
posted on Wed Jan 11 13:58:11 UTC 2023 by bitigchi | view on HN
posted on Wed Jan 11 12:22:57 UTC 2023 by jmau111 | view on HN
The article is discussing how Windows is a more secure operating system than Linux and macOS, and provides a guide on how to harden your configuration and activate interesting options.
Marketing advice from open source founders
posted on Mon Jan 09 16:10:21 UTC 2023 by boomahora | view on HN
The article discusses how to market an open-source project in order to make it successful.