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Bookmarks [2014-11-01]

  • 50 Ways To Love Someone | Thought Catalog

    Go for walks together as much as you’re able.

  • Foundations of Data Science

    These notes are a first draft of a book being written by Hopcroft and Kannan and in many places are incomplete. However, the notes are in good enough shape to prepare lectures for a modern theoretical course in computer science. Please do not put solutions to exercises online as it is important for students to work out solutions for themselves rather than copy them from the internet.

  • Asyncio

    Curated content from around the net to get started with asyncio

  • s16h/py-must-watch · GitHub

    Must-watch videos about Python.

  • josephmisiti/awesome-machine-learning · GitHub

    A curated list of awesome machine learning frameworks, libraries and software (by language).

  • About - Mastering Emacs

    The blog will cover all facets of Emacs and will be suitable for beginners and – I hope – experts alike.

Bookmarks [2014-10-10]

Bookmarks [2014-08-15]

  • Code is not literature

    The ideal presentation should be aimed at an audience of gentleman and lady programmers—smart, and generally capable but without, necessarily, any specific knowledge of the domain from which the code comes. Presentations should provide enough context for the audience to to understand what the code is and should explain any details of the implementation language that may be obscure to the average programmer.

  • Summary Report: Git Repository Disruption Incident of Nov 10th | Jenkins CI

    As reported in various places, there was an incident in early November where commits in our Git repositories have become misplaced temporarily by accident. By the mid next week we were able to resurrect all the commits and things are back to normal now.

    As there are many confusions and misunderstandings in people’s commentary, we wrote this post to clarify what exactly happened and what we are doing to prevent this.

  • a/esr-sharing

    I used to worry about what would happen if Linus got hit by a truck. With all respect, I still worry about what will happen if the complexity of the kernel exceeds the scope of your astonishing native talent before you grow up.

  • Overview | Adafruit's Raspberry Pi Lesson 5. Using a Console Cable | Adafruit Learning System

    In this lesson you will learn how to remote control your Raspberry Pi with a console cable.

  • A German Guy Wants to Give You a Bunch of Money for Nothing | VICE United States

    After he stopped working earlier this year to live off the $1,300 he makes from his startup each month, Bohmeyer says his life has radically changed. So he started “My Basic Income”, a new initiative looking to raise enough money to pay someone $1,300 a month for a year, no strings attached.

Bookmarks [2014-06-10]

  • Marss86

    MARSSx86 (MARSS for short) is a tool for cycle accurate full system simulation of the x86-64 architecture, specifically multicore implementations. Our goal is to create a simple yet efficient full system architectural simulation environment based on existing tools.

  • What 50 pounds of clay can teach you about design — Medium

    while the “quantity” group was busily churning out piles of work”and learning from their mistakes”the “quality” group had sat theorizing about perfection, and in the end had little more to show for their efforts than grandiose theories and a pile of dead clay.

  • metablog: Why I don't mock

    So don't mock. Because it's impolite to not listen to what your code is trying to tell you.

  • Where's the value in open source? | Opensource.com

    Open source is about the people involved. Code can be replaced, re-written, even removed completely, and the project will continue to move forward. The open source community is made up of people who have dedicated their time and their life to see its success.

  • I Recommend These for Learning Haskell

    A friend of mine recommends reading 3 calculus books to learn calculus. I generalize it to reading from 3 sources to learn anything. I also postulate a law: the 3rd source you read is the best.

Bookmarks [2014-05-19]

  • The Meaning of Life | Derek Sivers

    Socrates said the unexamined life is not worth living. What about the forgotten life?

  • Advice for ambitious 19 year olds - Sam Altman

    The best people always seem to be building stuff and hanging around smart people, so if you have to decide between several options, this may be a good filter.

  • Resources

    There are many coaching resources available for coaches and players to help develop Ultimate programs and improve skills.

  • Coaches Here is a list of resources for coaches and, of course, team captains, players, PE teachers, or anyone else who wants to teach skills, find a team to coach, or learn drills, plays, and strategy.
  • 17 People On The One Book You Should Definitely Read This Summer | Thought Catalog I figured I’d ask some young #tastemakers to share their suggestions with the world.

    The list below is rather diverse in style — from comedy, to business, to self-help, to fantasy, to classic literature-y books that you could smartly reference at “functions,” there might just be something for everyone.

Bookmarks [2014-05-04]

  • Learning Rust | Mauveweb

    I also spent some time working out how to call Rust code from Python, which would allow me to use both languages to their strength in the same project.

  • KEEGAN: The Opposite of Loneliness | Cross Campus

    The notion that it’s too late to do anything is comical. It’s hilarious. We’re graduating college. We’re so young. We can’t, we MUST not lose this sense of possibility because in the end, it’s all we have.

    We don’t have a word for the opposite of loneliness, but if we did, I’d say that’s how I feel at Yale. How I feel right now. Here. With all of you. In love, impressed, humbled, scared. And we don’t have to lose that.

    We’re in this together, 2012. Let’s make something happen to this world.

  • Raise Your Game: Day 1 - Skyd Magazine

    This article is Part 1 in a 5 part series from Ben Wiggins on succeeding in the sport of Ultimate.

  • Why I won’t work for Google | qnrq

    “Gentlemen do not read each other’s mail.” – Henry L. Stimson

  • This Young Mother Is Giving Up On Her Kids And I Don't Blame Her.

    My kids are not the center of my world because I love them enough not to allow them to be.

Bookmarks [2014-04-29]

  • John Resig - Write Code Every Day

    Inspired by the incredible work that Jennifer Dewalt completed last year, in which she taught herself programming by building 180 web sites in 180 days, I felt compelled to try a similar tactic: working on my side projects every single day.

  • Debug your programs like they're closed source! - Julia Evans

    My favorite way to learn more, honestly, is to just strace random programs and see what I find out. It’s a great way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon! =)

  • Announcing AeroPython! - Lorena A. Barba Group

    We now announce the public release of the 11 lessons that make AeroPython! Find them on the public GitHub repository.

  • How I Came to Write D | Dr Dobb's

    Nobody could possibly work on compilers for 15+ years and not come up with ideas for language improvements. I tried out many language improvements in the C and C++ compilers, and they all fell flat.

  • Don't Deal With It, Fix It

    I've learned that I have the power to fix things around me that I don't like. I don't need to just deal with it because that's just the way things are. I have the power to shape the world around me. It's just a matter of believing that I can change things. Just believing is all I need to actually take the first step towards taking action.

  • Tyblog | SSH Kung Fu

    What follows is a list for some of my use cases that leverage the power of ssh.

Bookmarks [2014-04-11]

Bookmarks [2014-03-23]

  • Replacing `import` with `accio`: A Dive into Bootstrapping and Python's Grammar

    At Hacker School, I've been building an alternate universe Python by overwriting builtin functions and statements with Harry Potter spells.

  • Falling in Love With the Dark - Issue 11: Light - Nautilus

    “The first time people come out for dark skies, and we get Bortle Class 1 and 2 here, it affects them deeply,” Carroll said. “They’re blown away. The connection with the stars is inside all of us, but it has been sequestered away.”

  • Git is a purely functional data structure – Jayway

    Git can be accurately understood as a fairly simple functional data structure. Instead of explaining Git in terms version control, we can see the ability to do version control as an emergent property of using that data structure. I think talking about Git in this manner will more accurately convey the simplicity and power of Git better than any comparisons with centralized version control systems can accomplish.

  • Python’s Innards: Introduction | NIL: .to write(1) ~ help:about

    This post marks the beginning of what should develop to a series on Python’s internals, I’m writing it since I believe that explaining something is the best way to grok it, and I’d very much like to be able to visualize more of Python’s ‘funky green gibberish soup’ as I read Python code.

  • My Rust OS will never be finished (and it's a success!) - Julia Evans

    Not finishing your project doesn’t mean it’s not a success. It depends what your goals are the for the project! I wrote an operating system in Rust to learn, and I learned a ton. It’s not finished, and it won’t be.

Bookmarks [2014-03-12]