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philipithomas.com

Philip I. Thomas

I'm fascinated by how technology affects labor, and I care about creating more autonomy and flexibility for knowledge workers. I run The Contraption Company, an independent product studio crafting tools that help people work online. There, I focus most of my time building Postcard - a way to replace

173 72 2022 Personal newsletters as a calmer alternative to social networks
141 58 2013 Exploring the Abandoned Macy's Midwest Headquarters
76 41 2012 WSJ Ignores 5 other Square co-founders
75 59 2012 STL Hackathon Canceled After Social Backlash
55 49 2014 The commando scientist billionaire who died fighting terrorists
17 1 2014 Take a Vacation to Read
10 2 2014 Facts about the military empire of switzerland

oo.svbtle.com

Syd Norpol • aboutfeed

Syd Norpol | ∞

sheep.horse

Sheep.Horse - The Blog of Andrew Stephens • feed

91 51 2022 Safety and Performance – Threadsafe Datastructures in C++
88 32 2022 Pixel Accurate Atkinson Dithering for Images in HTML
61 66 2016 RIP Apple MacBook

matt-rickard.com

Matt Rickard • about

Essays about startups, engineering, and interesting things.

421 215 2021 Reflections on 10k Hours of Programming
313 319 2023 Google search's death by a thousand cuts
306 288 2022 Don't use Kubernetes yet
288 205 2022 S3 isn't getting cheaper
256 210 2022 The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Makefiles
248 177 2022 I miss the programmable web (2021)
227 421 2022 What comes after Git
215 150 2022 Why did Heroku fail?
210 93 2022 Non-Obvious Docker Uses
181 171 2022 SQLite Doesn't Use Git
160 544 2023 Why Tailwind CSS Won
146 231 2022 The End of CI
142 190 2021 An Overview of Docker Desktop Alternatives
127 91 2021 Hire for slope, not Y-Intercept
116 87 2022 AWS is not a dumb pipe
114 95 2022 The Lost Art of System Administration
108 90 2023 Screenshots as the Universal API
105 120 2023 Nvidia's CUDA Monopoly
100 175 2022 Against Pair Programming
85 38 2021 90% of Everything Is Crap

save-buffer.github.io

Sasha's Site

69 32 2023 Show HN: AI-Less Hacker News
14 1 2023 Modern Bloom Filters: 22x Faster

matthewhowell.net

Matthew Howell is a person trying to make nice websites and–sometimes–other things. – Matthew Howell • about

Matthew Howell is a person trying to make nice websites and–sometimes–other things.

scastiel.dev

Sebastien Castiel · Developer, writer, indie hacker · 📍 Montreal, QC • feed

I’m an experienced developer who builds stuff and occasionally writes blog posts and books. My main area of expertise is the front-end (React, TypeScript, Next.js). 👋 I’m available for contract work!

169 153 2022 Purchasing Power Parity: Fair pricing for SaaS products
42 16 2023 Show HN: Generate a video to animate stars of any GitHub repository
4 7 2023 Junior Developers Should Give Code Review Too

rajkumaar.co.in

Online Home of Rajkumar • aboutfeed

SWE Intern at Cruise LLC
MSCS at ASU | Ex. CodeChef

loufranco.com

Lou Franco: code, apps, and writings • about

28 13 2010 Why I think the Amazon App Store will be a better deal for developers
2 5 2010 LGPL and the iPhone

maxleiter.com

Max Leiter • aboutfeed

Full-stack developer. My blog, projects, and more.

403 87 2020 I've been working on X11 on jailbroken iOS
84 120 2022 The Node ecosystem still has tooling problems
42 14 2022 An Ask HN analysis: How Hacker News users host and build their sites
32 33 2023 Building a Blog with Next.js 13 and React Server Components
9 7 2022 AI and the End of Honest Marketing

rolisz.ro

rolisz's blog

Machine Learning consultant

349 278 2020 Moving Away from Gmail
70 42 2023 Making a loudness monitor for online meetings
14 1 2020 Note Taking with Obsidian

phacks.dev

Nicolas Goutay — Software Engineer, Speaker, Open Source tinkerer • aboutfeed

I am Nicolas, a Staff Software Enginner currently at Orbit. I sometimes speak at (and/or organize) conferences & meetups, and occasionally build the odd open-source project.

722 288 2019 Meetup.com alternatives

miikavonbell.com

Miika von Bell: Full-stack software developer • feed

Full-stack software developer & technology consultant. Experience with freelancing, in-house development, and consulting across multiple industries in both public and private sector. Skills in containarized applications running in on-premise and in the cloud. Comfortable with many technologies such as Java, TypeScript, Angular & React, SQL, Linux, ElasticSearch to name a few. Used to working in scrum teams with agile methodologies.

119 112 2021 The End of Social Media

noahnorman.substack.com

Augmented Realist | Noah Norman • aboutfeed

Near-futurism with a long term mindset.

50 35 2022 Augments Are Speech

pomb.us

Rodrigo Pombo • feed

An overengineer building tools for better code reading comprehension

1478 108 2019 Build Your Own React
32 6 2021 Build Your Own React

maxrozen.com

About Me - Max Rozen • feed

Learn React with Max Rozen

377 618 2023 Replacing my MacBook Air M1 with a ThinkPad T480
229 90 2023 2023: Focusing on a single product pays off
13 0 2021 A review of my third year building indie SaaS products

mattrighetti.com

mattrighetti • feed

Just another programming blog

350 305 2022 I need to find an apartment
107 26 2023 AsciiDoc, Liquid and Jekyll
73 25 2023 I rewrote my CV in Typst and I'll never look back

paulbridger.com

Machine Learning Articles | paulbridger.com • feed

Deep dive machine learning articles with a focus on solving the hard problems in production engineering.

165 38 2020 Object Detection from 9 FPS to 650 FPS
162 55 2020 Object Detection at 1840 FPS with TorchScript, TensorRT and DeepStream
54 1 2021 Solving Machine Learning Performance Anti-Patterns: A Systematic Approach
10 2 2021 Solving Machine Learning Performance Anti-Patterns: A Systematic Approach

prashamhtrivedi.in

Prasham H Trivedi • aboutfeed

Personal Site of Prasham H Trivedi

mrkaran.dev

Karan Sharma

Old Man Yells at Cloud

278 149 2021 Running Nomad for a Home Server
68 14 2019 A Quick Primer on Dig
36 19 2023 Nomad can do everything that K8s can
11 0 2019 Kubernetes Cluster on RPi

shufflingbytes.com

Shuffling Bytes | Valtteri Lehtinen • aboutfeed

Security Research & Curiosities

333 177 2021 I made 50k calls to explore the telephone network
102 60 2023 Phishing Darknet Users for Bitcoins
43 5 2022 GoIP-1 GSM gateway could be harnessed for phone fraud by hackers

simonam.dev

All posts | Simon's Blog • aboutfeed

Simon-grade thoughts. Usually about tech, UX or some combination.

notoriousbfg.com

Tim's Blog • aboutfeed

The personal blog of Tim White, Software Engineer from Bournemouth.

30 19 2021 Code Age vs. Time to Recall
16 57 2021 There is no substitute for hard work

padiracinnovation.org

204 71 2020 The theory of infectious origin of the Alzheimer’s disease
171 21 2020 Two epigenetic regulators interfere with healthy aging
139 77 2021 A possible link between childhood trauma and Alzheimer disease
125 54 2021 Better drainage of brain debris improves Alzheimer's disease therapies
84 29 2020 Post-intensive care syndrome results from continuous inflammation
16 10 2020 Fasciculations in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

river.me

River Writes - A MediaWiki Blog • aboutfeed

RheingoldRiver's blog - MediaWiki development, Leaguepedia stories, and productivity hacks

wyclif.substack.com

Wyclif's Dust • aboutfeed

Serious and frivolous ideas about politics, culture, social science and the world.

247 351 2021 Is the big tech era ending?
130 116 2022 Self-control secrets of the Puritan masters
118 167 2022 It matters how you raise your kids
99 154 2021 Incentives in economics are wrong, but how?
77 61 2021 The Emperor's New Clothes: a story of motivated stupidity
41 55 2023 The Italian city-states as a distant mirror
29 39 2023 Social norms: The downside
26 18 2022 Victorian Values: Conclusions (2021)
18 10 2022 We are entering a new world of collective action
17 4 2022 Public goods problems are everywhere in software
14 21 2021 Is Genetics “Dark”?

synystron.substack.com

Synystron Synlogica • aboutfeed

on programming, software engineering, performance & scalability, climate, democracy, Utopianism, sci-fi and comedy...

89 5 2023 RIP Bram Moolenaar (by me, vi/Vim user for decades)

live.julik.nl

julik live | Infinite time between bikeshedding and yak shaving. A VFX artist and software developer with opinions (but also goodwill). Opinions are all mine. • about

Infinite time between bikeshedding and yak shaving. A VFX artist and software developer with opinions (but also goodwill). Opinions are all mine.

153 240 2013 For modern development Javascript indeed is a shit language
53 38 2022 We Need to Talk

tomverbeure.github.io

Electronics etc… • feed

254 185 2023 ThinMachine – A $25 thin client macOS Time Machine appliance
190 62 2023 Analyzing the Monoprice Blackbird HDCP 2.2 to 1.4 Down Converter
127 41 2020 Reverse Engineering the Comtech AHA363 PCIe Gzip Accelerator Board
118 18 2021 A Pixel Purse LED Cube Controlled by a Cisco 3G Modem
113 13 2019 SweRV – An Annotated Deep Dive of the SweRV RISC-V Core
82 34 2023 Teardown of the TM4313 GPS Disciplined Oscillator
72 36 2023 Fake Parallel Printer – A Parallel Port Traffic Capturing Tool
70 57 2021 HP/Agilent E3631A Rotary Knob Repair
69 24 2023 Remote controlling an HP 1670G logic analyzer with a Linux PC X server
67 15 2021 A Hack to Update RAM Initialization Contents in Intel FPGA Bitstreams
59 21 2020 Option Hacking the Tektronix TDS 420A
53 23 2021 Repairing an HP 3478A Multimeter with a Hacksaw
32 1 2023 Measuring the HP 11720A Pulse Modulator and Coax Cables
27 1 2022 Reusing the Sony CRT Module of an HP 16500A Logic Analyzer
23 1 2022 Logic Primitive Transformations with Yosys Techmap
13 0 2022 GDBWave – A Post-Simulation Waveform-Based RISC-V GDB Debugging Server

deut-erium.github.io

deuterium's blog • feed

Himanshu Sheoran is a nerd typically writing about cryptography, Capture The Flag i.e CTF events, hacking, cybersecurity, SAT SMT solvers and computer science in general.

devslovecoffee.com

Devs Love Coffee | I make stuff sometimes • aboutfeed

I make stuff sometimes

deadstar.one

Deadstar.one • about

Deadstar.one, a personal blog written by Ege Özel.

pseudofreedom.substack.com

PseudoFreedom | Yi Zhang • aboutfeed

Life in the startup engineering trenches.

lyte.dev

aboutfeed

Hi! I'm Daniel. I live in Kansas City where I help run a small Christian church, raise two kids with my awesome wife, and write software for Divvy.

max.engineer

Max Chernyak

The latest entries posted on Max Chernyak

297 93 2021 Writing maintainable code is a communication skill
266 283 2023 Don’t build a general purpose API to power your own front end (2021)
128 107 2021 Don't build a general-purpose API to power your own front end
11 0 2020 Three Reasons Not to Implicitly Memoize

zacs.site

Zachary Szewczyk • feed

261 158 2019 Run Your Own Website
31 2 2019 Show HN: I built a syllable dictionary using Python and web scraping
10 8 2020 Linear Exeuction, Multiprocessing, and Multithreading IO-Bound Tasks in Python

transcendloneliness.substack.com

Pabalnok Vienišumą | Transcend Loneliness | Aurimas Aleksandras Nausėdas • aboutfeed

Transcending loneliness and making it a superpower. Have been struggling with it since after school. Overcame, so will share stories of battling it, how I did it, ways, tips and science/medicine to seize it as a superhero in LT & EN and tell about me.

lambdaland.org

Ashton Wiersdorf | Lambda Land • feed

Ashton Wiersdorf # I am a PhD student at the University of Utah, where I started in August 2022. I graduated with my bachelor’s degree in computer science from Brigham Young University in April 2022. I am interested in researching and designing better programming languages. Programming languages are our interface to computation, and different programming languages shape how we think about solving problems with computation. I have done research around compilers and static analysis, and going forward I will be working on novel type systems to catch new kinds of errors and to make programming more intuitive for beginners.

160 93 2022 Unix as a tool forge and how Emacs fits in Unix philosophy
44 53 2021 Models of Programming
7 8 2020 Opinion: RMS Does Not See the Future of Emacs

dannas.name

Daniel Näslund | A blog about security, embedded and performance optimization • aboutfeed

A blog about security, embedded and performance optimization

96 91 2020 Views on Error Handling

quinnkeast.com

Quinn Keast • aboutfeed

140 114 2023 It's weird how design systems are so rote, yet so difficult

trevo.rs

Blog — Trevor Stenson • aboutfeed

Trevor Stenson's personal website.

robinlinacre.com

Robin Linacre's blog: Post list

Robin Linacre's personal blog. Data science, data engineering, and the environment.

434 267 2023 SQL should be the default choice for data transformation logic
197 47 2023 Demystifying Apache Arrow (2020)

kg.dev

Kash Goudarzi

My website.

650 243 2022 Be anonymous
431 449 2022 I love you, Hacker News, but you’re toxic
16 8 2023 I love you, Hacker News, but you’re toxic (2022)

rasulkireev.com

Rasul Kireev • feed

This my personal Digital Garden. Collection of thoughts, notes and a bunch of other things. Whatever I want in fact.

3 6 2022 10 Years of Great Books

pehrlich.substack.com

Into the Details | Peter Ehrlich • aboutfeed

The latest inventions and projects.

da-data.blogspot.com

Dave's Data

A blog about computer science, systems, technology, and sometimes vegan cooking.

190 205 2020 C++ still isn't cutting it
73 32 2016 Two Years of Voice-Based Assistants, Echo and Home
11 2 2020 No, C++ still isn't cutting it

marginhound.com

Margin Hound – Barking About Python & Analytics Since 2012

58 18 2017 Show HN: Ad Revenue Prediction Tool for Side Projects
2 5 2012 Show HN: Real Earnings Data From 100 Recent Website Sales

Leadershiptales.substack.com

Leadership Tales | Beekay • aboutfeed

Leadership stories read, seen, heard and experienced.

blog.yossarian.net

ENOSUCHBLOG • feed

412 230 2023 GitHub Actions could be so much better
353 270 2021 Weird architectures weren't supported to begin with
298 321 2022 Why don’t we do email verification in reverse?
169 127 2022 Things I hate about Rust, redux
169 55 2020 Hiding messages in x86 binaries using semantic duals
163 121 2020 Things I hate about Rust
159 72 2020 How x86_64 Addresses Memory
155 35 2023 Show HN: Shaq, a CLI for Shazam
139 189 2021 A few HiDPI tricks for Linux
129 8 2021 LLVM Internals: The Bitcode Format
121 147 2022 Modernizing my 1980s sound system
120 109 2020 How many registers does an x86-64 CPU have?
119 7 2021 LLVM internals, part 4: attributes and attribute groups
113 8 2021 Writing and publishing a Python module in Rust
107 93 2023 Weird architectures weren’t supported to begin with (2021)
98 20 2020 Static Calls in Linux 5.10
95 115 2021 Blockchains don't solve problems that are interesting to me
93 163 2023 PGP signatures on PyPI: worse than useless
80 50 2022 ReDoS “vulnerabilities” and misaligned incentives
67 73 2023 You don't need analytics on your blog

meetryanflowers.com

The Personal Website of Ryan Flowers

118 146 2021 “That Won't Work”
55 54 2023 Modern Linux Tools vs. Unix Classics: Which Would I Choose?

ageofai.substack.com

Age of AI | Zap • aboutfeed

On generative AI and beyond.

taylor.town

Taylor Troesh • aboutnowfeed

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875 494 2023 How to be a -10x Engineer
866 570 2023 Man spends entire career mastering crappy codebase
183 126 2023 A cyberpunk bathroom in the middle of nowhere
180 142 2023 IKEA-Oriented Development
170 104 2023 Please Sell My Personal Information
159 50 2023 Knuth Airgaps and Knuth Buffers
151 158 2023 Why I Use Elm in 2023
142 133 2023 Paying Netflix $0.53/H, etc.
124 61 2023 Using {blocks} in Rust and Go for fun and profit
100 46 2023 Spoil your secret sauce
93 50 2023 I hereby pardon all junior engineers
73 65 2023 Lifestyle design from first principles
54 42 2023 Pseudoprose
50 50 2023 Do Unforgettable Work
37 24 2023 P**fectionism Isn’t Your Problem
32 12 2023 Compressing Codebase Collocates
27 8 2023 AR Demands Peripherals

kbr.sh

Kevin B. Ridgway's Digital Garden • nowfeed

Kevin B. Ridgway's Digital Garden on the Web

andersource.dev

andersource | Experiments and musings • feed

Experiments and musings

91 16 2021 The faulty digital clock problem
78 17 2021 Image color replacement with numerical optimization
56 6 2021 Procedural Butterfly
32 4 2020 Exploring how different framings of the same learning task affect performance

SICPers.info

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programmers | From programmer to software engineer.

416 246 2018 Inheritance Often Doesn't Make Sense
320 169 2020 Discipline Doesn’t Scale
183 285 2022 Phrases in computing that might need retiring
155 65 2021 There is no “us” in team
155 49 2019 Zen and the Art of Software Maintenance
135 93 2021 On UML
131 21 2017 The Atoms of Programming
123 38 2021 My proposal for scaling open source: don’t
118 106 2019 The challenges of teaching software engineering
115 135 2022 You say “cave dweller debugging”, I say debug logging
102 50 2018 On null
63 18 2017 Computing’s Fundamental Principle of No Learning
58 40 2017 Choose boring employees
46 29 2014 The Humpty-Dumpty Guide to OOP
34 16 2020 First, Consider No Harmful
32 59 2017 Falsehoods programmers believe about programming
28 11 2021 An imagined history of agile software development
25 21 2016 Answer: none of them
23 50 2015 The death of scripting
12 1 2015 Objective-Curry

velvetshark.com

VelvetShark • about

546 217 2022 Why do so many brands change their logos and look like everyone else?
54 21 2021 Why do so many brands change their logos and look like everyone else?

kcoleman.me

Kevin Coleman | solves problems for businesses with Software. • feed

solves problems for businesses with Software.

darekkay.com

Darek Kay — Solving web mysteries

Darek Kay is a professional front-end developer and an accessibility advocate.

418 138 2023 Style your RSS feed
109 47 2021 Various ways to include comments on a static site (2018)
82 75 2021 Web developer's guide to AVIF images
15 12 2020 Designing an accessible color palette with magic numbers

prbs23.com

PRBS23 - PRBS23 • feed

The prbs23 blog: a place for electronics, software, and other pseudorandom bit sequences.

thedarkside.frantzmiccoli.com

The Dark Side • feed

All Posts 12 Feb 2023 » Optimizing a Toy Model Using Gradient Descent and JAX 16 May 2021 » Monorepo in a Nanoteam 16 Jul 2020 » LAHC: a must for your software engineering toolbox 01 Apr 2020 » Using Twilio to Make a Call Forwarding and Voice Messaging System 07 Jan 2020 » Using git bisect for regression ...

100 36 2016 Hacked: Investigating an Intrusion on My Server
89 43 2020 Using Twilio to make a call forwarding and voice messaging system

maximumeffort.substack.com

Maximum Effort, Minimum Reward | Dylan Black • aboutfeed

Some things that aren't worth doing are worth overdoing.

551 239 2022 I Taught ChatGPT to Invent a Language
243 113 2022 The tyranny of the wagon equation
75 199 2023 Reddit mods and scaling problems in social control
40 3 2023 Ancient Alien Linguistics, the Pyramids, and Radio Antennas

trendguardian.medium.com

Trend Guardian • about

Read writing from Trend Guardian on Medium. World insights. Every day, Trend Guardian and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

1 5 2022 Do Protestant Nations Prosper More?

raagnair.com

The Long Journey

50 87 2022 Ryanair Condemns Hungarian Govt’s Idiotic ‘Excess Profits’ Tax
38 50 2011 Ryanair now presents you with a Recaptcha every time you search for a flight

rebeccaskinner.net

Rebecca Skinner

184 79 2021 An Introduction to Type Level Programming in Haskell
70 13 2021 The Fixed Point: Laziness, Recursion and Fixed Points in Haskell

acehigh.substack.com

ace high | George Kurdin • aboutfeed

50% thoughts on startups & 50% digest of stuff I read so you don't have to 🤝.

denovo.substack.com

De Novo | Metacelsus • aboutfeed

All things synthetic.

57 27 2022 Meiosis is all you need
30 8 2022 How to make your own SARS-CoV-2 variants
13 11 2021 Cytomegalovirus: The Worst Herpesvirus

truthindustri.es

truth industri.es | giles bowkett’s blog about code and music • feed

giles bowkett’s blog about code and music

bryanbraun.com

Bryan Braun - Frontend Developer • feed

Making things and sharing what I learn.

1017 296 2022 Scratch is a big deal
725 111 2021 I keep making things out of checkboxes
555 106 2023 After Dark Screensavers in CSS
461 149 2021 Berkeley Systems “After Dark” screensavers recreated in CSS
284 39 2021 Checkboxland
202 41 2021 Show HN: A webcam made out of HTML checkboxes
155 26 2021 After Dark (90's screensavers) in CSS
97 31 2014 How I rebuilt "Flying Toasters" using only CSS animations
85 95 2013 If Gmail were built with Drupal
68 43 2021 Breaking down a ripple animation in JavaScript
29 1 2017 After Dark in CSS
18 8 2019 Using the URL to build database-free web apps
12 14 2019 Web-dev nirvana, and why I needed to let go of React to reach it

paperclipmaximizer.net

paperclips please • aboutfeed

thecodist.com

The Codist • feed

Four Decades Of Learning, Experiences, And Adventures

66 67 2023 I Am Happy Not to Be a Web Developer Anymore

michaelchadwick.info

Michael Chadwick | home of audio dev michael chadwick • aboutfeed

code, audio, and life developments by michael chadwick

ryanliptak.com

Ryan Liptak - ryanliptak.com

94 8 2021 Code Coverage for Zig with Callgrind
85 20 2021 Fuzzing Zig Code Using AFL++

ricardoanderegg.com

rand[om] - med ∩ ml • feed

Hello there! I’m Ricardo, medical doctor and self-taught software engineer. I work on machine learning and software engineering projects. I’m interested in working towards integrating new …

137 7 2022 Extending SQLite with Rust
124 40 2021 Heroku-style deployments with Docker and Git tags
90 15 2022 Understanding Bloom filters by building one
84 34 2023 Makefile Tricks for Python Projects
59 10 2022 Manual work is better than bad automation
23 6 2020 Put your bash code in functions

250kb.club

The 250kb Club • feed

An exclusive membership for web pages presenting themselves in no more than 250kb.

40 51 2020 250kb Club

yasha.solutions

Yasha Solutions • feed

Yasha Solutions - Johann Savalle - Full-Stack Product Manager - From Idea to operations - Build the Change you want to see in the world, People-oriented solution, Build the change you want to see in the world, Design, Development, Infrastructure, DevOps, Business Automation

bhankas.org

bhankas | bhankas • feed

ramblings of an adhd-riddled soul

57 62 2011 Some Developers Just Can't Develop
41 19 2012 How to prevent Visual Studio 2012's all caps menus

dissociatedpress.net

Dissociated Press: Tech, IndieWeb, Open Source, Communications, Cats... that sort of thing

Dissociated Press: Joe Brockmeier's home on the web for music, tech, open source, and more.

173 186 2022 Give nothing, expect nothing: Gitlab latest punching bag for entitled users
16 10 2023 Red Hat and the Clone Wars IV: Knives Out

mssv.net

mssv – Adrian Hon • about

Adrian Hon

66 34 2020 What Alternate Reality Games Can Teach Us About QAnon
28 6 2020 Digital Sight Management, and the Mystery of the Missing Amazon Receipts

nadh.in

Kailash Nadh / Personal homepage - Developer, Tinkerer, Absurdist • feed

Developer, Tinkerer, Absurdist

262 251 2021 “Open source” is not broken
205 230 2023 This time, it feels different
143 179 2022 But, aren't you folks web2?
102 90 2021 The JavaScript ecosystem is a hot mess and so is software development

alicegg.tech

Alice GG • feed

Alice Girard Guittard, Software Engineer and Co-Founder at Tsukumogami Software, passionate about Software, DevOps and Information Security.

561 484 2023 How much can you get out of a $4 VPS?
365 469 2023 Is technical analysis just stock market astrology?
77 15 2023 Low Tech Crypto: Solitaire (2020)

brycewray.com

BryceWray.com • feed

Bryce Wray’s website | Observations, opinions, geekiness

110 133 2022 Tailwind CSS v3.2: revisiting my “feature creep” warning
48 43 2022 How to make “localhost” slightly less local
43 23 2022 Speaking Up for Sass (2021)

512kb.club

512KB Club | A showcase of lightweight websites. • about

The 512KB Club is an exclusive list of web pages weighing less than 512 kilobytes.

111 55 2022 The 512KB Club
19 20 2020 The 512KB Club
10 1 2021 The 512KB Club

ahalbert.com

89 63 2023 The culture map: How to navigate foreign cultures in business
62 83 2023 The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century
6 6 2023 Blind Man's Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage

nonhuman.party

Non-Human Party | Non-Human Party • feed

Creating a harmonious civilisation of intelligent agents

electroagenda.com

Electroagenda -

207 43 2021 A Summary of Electronics
130 27 2023 Hilbert Transform
44 12 2023 Guide to QucsStudio: Circuit Simulator with C++/Octave Support

reubence.com

Reuben Rapose • aboutfeed

I’m Reuben, a software developer and entrepreneur based in Mumbai. I've founded several startups and made a few exits.

defn.io

feed

539 287 2019 Bye, Bye, Google
370 65 2018 Web application from scratch, part I
197 37 2022 Show HN: A native macOS client for Apache Kafka
138 8 2019 Racket for E-Commerce
104 36 2022 Racket for e-commerce (2019)
101 34 2022 #lang Lua
93 14 2021 Running Racket CS on iOS
83 21 2020 Native Applications with Racket
58 15 2023 This is Fine
37 2 2023 Safe Foreign Callouts from Racket to Swift
17 0 2021 Parallelizing the Racket Web Server
10 1 2018 Web application from scratch, Part II

blog.myr.sh

brian's blog • aboutfeed

This is a small space on the internet that i post topics like programming, linux, mathematics and some random stuff.

kulman.sk

Igor Kulman • feed

Igor Kulman - blog o technológiách, LEGO, mechanických hodinkách a občas aj cestovaní

36 41 2012 Being a polyglot programmer

lmy.medium.com

lmy • about

Read writing from lmy on Medium. Tech writer with creative analogies. | Donate: https://ko-fi.com/mingyli. Every day, lmy and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

207 89 2022 A tour to my Zettelkasten note clusters
148 37 2022 Tools for visualizing a codebase
42 50 2023 How many software developers work in non-tech companies?
40 19 2023 Buy an enamel mug next time you visit China
36 23 2023 A brief example of tailoring words for listeners: engineers and managers
23 54 2023 ROFL: An open-source license that promotes fun in coding

adriano.fyi

Adriano Caloiaro • feed

my personal site

762 362 2023 Choose Postgres queue technology
580 289 2023 AT&T Wireless traffic shaping apparently making some websites unusable

da.vidbuchanan.co.uk

[[email protected] ~]$

662 280 2023 The Quest for Netflix on Asahi Linux
511 106 2021 PNG files can be animated via network latency
506 53 2021 PNG Parser Differential
268 155 2023 Hello, PNG
235 71 2023 Exploiting aCropalypse: Recovering truncated PNGs

tommasoamici.com

Tommaso Amici • aboutfeed

I'm a full stack web engineer based in Amsterdam

chriswales.uk

Christopher Wales • feed

Personal website of Christopher Wales; Software Engineer.

brainbaking.com

Brain Baking | Freshly Baked Thoughts • aboutfeed

Brain Baking | Freshly Baked Thoughts

246 32 2022 Cool things people do with their blogs
179 53 2023 FPGAs and the renaissance of retro hardware
46 57 2023 Overlooked reasons to still buy physical media

jcruz.eu

J.S. Cruz's Webpage • aboutfeed

This is João Serote Cruz's internet home! Here you'll find thoughts about programming and philosophy.

jakelazaroff.com

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Just a programmer trying to make a home for myself on the WWW.

922 130 2023 An interactive intro to CRDTs
310 244 2023 Web components will outlive JavaScript frameworks
297 379 2022 Tailwind is a leaky abstraction
275 57 2023 Making CRDTs More Efficient
263 292 2023 Web Components Eliminate JavaScript Framework Lock-In
159 23 2023 Building a collaborative pixel art editor with CRDTs
96 143 2023 Were React hooks a mistake?

eleijonmarck.dev

A* information • about

You perfect your life by perfecting your information.

uptointerpretation.com

Up to Interpretation - Up to Interpretation

A blog on programming and other things

257 154 2023 Chili Oil Notes
40 13 2022 How to think about compiling
31 5 2023 Chili Oil Notes Part 2

ounapuu.ee

./techtipsy — Herman's blog • feed

Herman's blog

379 424 2022 I went back to using a ThinkPad from 2012
348 164 2023 Zimaboard: The closest thing to my dream home server setup
343 230 2023 Shrinkflation, SanDisk Style
336 303 2023 My cat water fountain comes with a spicy USB power adapter
261 107 2022 Surviving the front page of Hacker News on a 50 Mbps uplink
193 76 2022 Testing a Cheap ExpressCard to NVMe SSD Adapter on My ThinkPad T430
149 21 2023 My trip to the Communication and Laptop Museum in Estonia
140 150 2022 I finally found a use case for my Raspberry Pi Model B+
136 95 2023 ThinkPad as a Server: The Follow-Up
129 69 2022 Recovering a password-protected ThinkPad T60
125 174 2022 Can a laptop from 2012 be a viable home server?
97 53 2023 The IKEA-powered homelab on a wall
87 77 2023 Dell Latitude 5411: the Linux compatibility sweet spot
51 30 2022 The minimum viable fan control script

georgeho.org

Hello! I’m George (a.k.a. eigenfoo) | George Ho • feed

I’m interested in natural language processing, Bayesian modelling, and coffee. Sometimes, but not always, in that order.

32 3 2022 Merriam-Webster and Unstructured Data Processing

marctreagan.medium.com

Marc Reagan • about

Read writing from Marc Reagan on Medium. Sovereign Individual. Objectivist. Boeing Engineer. Bodybuilder. Citadel Builder. Austrian. Deficit Hawk. Bond Vigilante. Member of the Intransigent Minority.

david.coffee

David Mohl • feed

Welcome to David's blog. My thoughts on tech, apps and a lot of yak shaving.

umhau.github.io

Weird. • aboutfeed

dustin.lammiman.ca

About Me - Dustin.Lammiman • feed

Full stack developer, ice cream maker, teardrop trailer builder

developermarkepear.com

Developer Markepear • feed

Practical developer marketing resources: strategies, tactics, and real-life examples that you can use today to grow your dev tool startup.

331 174 2022 How to advertise to developers: deep dive into paid developer marketing
129 64 2022 How to market to developers on Twitter: Learnings from 4 months of Supabase feed

nelson.cloud

Nelson Figueroa - Software Engineer • feed

A blog where I share things I learn in subjects like programming, cloud infrastructure, and cybersecurity among others.

den.dev

Den Delimarsky • feed

I am an engineer and product manager, spending inordinate amounts of time tinkering with code, exploring local (and less local) trails, discovering APIs, and having conversations in technical communities.

1194 860 2022 Windows needs a change in priorities
456 283 2021 The rise of user-hostile software
269 192 2022 The Rise of User-Hostile Software (2021)
167 73 2021 To set new tab as blank in MS Edge you need to enroll device in MDM
148 74 2019 Relentlessly Simplify
113 24 2021 Behind the Spotify Wrapped API scenes
16 7 2021 Reverse Engineering the Stream Deck

madsbuch.com

Mads Buch - Mads Buch [dot] Com • aboutnow

shahinrostami.com

Dr. Shahin Rostami - Beautiful Data Science • feed

Beautiful Data Science

81 12 2021 Interactive Data Visualisation with Rust
63 8 2020 Show HN: My Book on Evolutionary Algorithms, Written in Python Notebooks

ciesie.com

Projects • aboutfeed

Front Page Content This website is powered by GitLab Pages / Hugo and can be built in under 1 minute. Literally. It uses the beautifulhugo theme which supports content on your front page. Edit /content/_index.md to change what appears here. Delete /content/_index.md if you don’t want any content here. Head over to the GitLab project to get started.

andrewpwheeler.com

Andrew Wheeler | Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping

Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping

334 159 2023 Forecasts need to have error bars
70 12 2023 Using linear programming to assess spatial access

bengarney.com

Ben Garney – Mobile, AR/VR, IoT, Backend, Game Tech

Mobile, AR/VR, IoT, Backend, Game Tech

590 55 2016 Writing a video chat application from the ground up, part 1
20 2 2016 Roll your own video conference tool part 1

christiantietze.de

Latest Blog Posts • Christian Tietze • feed

Blog and portfolio of Christian Tietze: developer of macOS and iOS apps, writer of programming books, and consultant of amazing devs.

293 86 2021 Atkinson Hyperlegible Font
89 141 2022 What's the problem with old but excellent Mac apps?

seirdy.one

Seirdy's Home

My personal IndieWeb site. I write about and develop software to promote user autonomy. Topics include accessibility, security, privacy, and software freedom.

271 114 2022 A look at search engines with their own indexes (2021)
168 108 2021 WhatsApp and the Domestication of Users
111 94 2022 Two types of privacy
84 23 2022 Best Practices for Inclusive CLIs
53 9 2021 A look at search engines with their own indexes
38 8 2022 An experiment to test GitHub Copilot's legality
37 49 2022 The right thing for the wrong reasons: FLOSS doesn't imply security
22 0 2020 An opinionated list of best practices for textual websites
19 6 2021 Misinformation about Permissions Policy and FLoC
17 4 2022 An experiment to test GitHub Copilot's legality
13 3 2021 Becoming physically immune to brute-force attacks

bt.ht

~bt • now

161 256 2023 The core problem with hamburger menus
141 239 2023 Why I stopped using an external monitor
136 138 2023 The X220 ThinkPad
129 305 2023 My coffee maker just makes coffee
90 112 2022 I want to suckless and you can too
81 136 2023 The X220 ThinkPad is the best laptop
73 41 2022 Adventures in Creating a Minimal Alpine Linux Installer
45 27 2023 Switching Things over to Ikiwiki
43 30 2023 The Death of Personality (2017)
18 22 2023 Stop Using Custom Web Fonts
18 0 2022 Making Tables Responsive with Minimal CSS (2019)

beza1e1.tuxen.de

Andreas Zwinkau

85 48 2022 Accidentally Turing-Complete
71 47 2021 One Letter Programming Languages
63 96 2023 User stories? thanks but no
32 5 2021 Why embedded software development is harder

serhack.me

SerHack – Security Researcher and Writer • feed

Security engineer and writer. Author of Mastering Monero, enthusiastic about blockchain technology and privacy application.

385 292 2020 Monitoring your own infrastructure using Grafana, InfluxDB, and CollectD
126 98 2022 The Alternative Genesis Block of Bitcoin
123 8 2021 How to Write a Technical Book
71 3 2021 Analyzing the Mario Themed Malware
54 12 2022 Unveiling the anonymous author: Stylometry techniques
45 83 2021 A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Started with Bitcoin
33 2 2022 Booting an Embedded OS: The Booting and U-Boot Phase
26 2 2023 Convos: A Persistent Self-Hosted Web Client for IRC
20 15 2020 Hackers can take full control of online compilers through a RCE exploit (2018)
19 14 2022 Unpacking ASIC firmware: AntMiner Exploited (2019)
15 1 2022 Dissecting Reolink RLC-810A Hardware: A Detailed View
14 2 2022 Understanding the UBI File System in Embedded Devices
14 1 2022 Reverse Engineering an Omnivision Driver with Ghidra
13 0 2022 Introduction to Firmware Analysis of a Reolink IP Camera
10 1 2021 An Introduction to Cryptocurrency Wallets: Which Wallet Type Suits You Best?

cookie.engineer

Cookie Engineer's Portfolio (🍪🔧) • feed

Portfolio of Cookie Engineer and their Open Source projects

jvns.ca

Julia Evans • about

1134 197 2023 Making Hard Things Easy
1074 367 2020 When your coworker does great work, tell their manager
958 87 2021 Mess with DNS
905 253 2019 SQL queries don't start with SELECT
873 358 2022 Some tiny personal programs I've written
760 244 2022 New(ish) command line tools
652 124 2018 Build Impossible Programs
603 41 2021 Nginx Playground
602 307 2023 Confusing Git Terminology
582 72 2019 How Containers Work: Overlayfs
572 358 2023 When your coworker does great work, tell their manager (2020)
566 189 2023 Some tactics for writing in public
566 159 2021 Patterns in Confusing Explanations
552 94 2018 How I use Wireshark
516 160 2023 Lima: A nice way to run Linux VMs on Mac
507 254 2023 Why is DNS still hard to learn?
488 126 2023 Learning DNS in 10 Years
480 62 2020 How Does Sqlite Work? (2014)
462 293 2018 Rust in 2018: easier to use
434 79 2018 How to teach yourself hard things

zserge.com

zserge's blog • feed

Home page of Serge Zaitsev

586 166 2020 Tmux for Mere Mortals
458 85 2020 Linux containers in a few lines of code
338 70 2020 Awfice – A collection of tiny office suite apps
335 86 2020 How to write a toy JVM
313 417 2022 Zig, the Small Language
265 78 2020 How to create minimal music with code in any programming language
238 44 2021 Scalable, Resilient Brainfuck
201 64 2023 Minimal Cross-Platform Graphics
187 162 2022 Post-Apocalyptic Programming
183 185 2021 A “Better C” Benchmark
163 85 2020 Ode to J
158 19 2020 KVM host in a few lines of code
122 76 2023 Poor Man's Web
67 10 2021 Partcl – A Tiny Command Language
36 2 2020 Nokia Composer in 512 bytes of JavaScript
22 2 2023 Minimal Cross-Platform Graphics
20 14 2021 A “Better C” Benchmark
12 0 2022 Learn a Language by Writing Too Many Forths

mmathias.com

Mathias Müller's Online Home • aboutnowfeed

This is my home on the web.

jdlm.info

John Lees-Miller

209 50 2021 The Mathematics of 2048: Optimal Play with Markov Decision Processes (2018)
107 30 2019 Lessons from Building Node Apps in Docker

diogoferreira.pt

Diogo Ferreira • aboutfeed

Just my personal blog, with a focus on technology.

shyamjos.com

Shyam Jos • feed

Hey I am Shyam Jos. Welcome to my personal blog, where I write about Linux, DevOps, Cloud and Automation.

abhiraj.co

Hi, I'm Abhiraj

I make stuff on the web and write blogs about it

25 3 2019 On linearity: straight lines, linear operators and the Fourier transform
11 2 2022 Working with SVGs for icons on the web

craigmod.com

Craig Mod — Writer + Photographer • aboutfeed

The homepage of author and photographer Craig Mod — long walks across Japan, pizza toast, books, photography, literature, and more.

470 283 2019 Fast Software, the Best Software
342 164 2023 Takkyu-bin: Luggage forwarding in Japan
310 181 2020 I Got My Attention Back (2017)
241 400 2023 Electric bike, stupid love of my life
186 80 2022 Fast Software, the Best Software (2019)
183 97 2020 Brilliant Hardware in the Valley of the Software Slump
157 122 2022 Walking Tokyo for Seven Days
120 71 2019 Stab a Book, the Book Won't Die
99 84 2023 British sandwiches and walking 300km of Wainwright's coast to coast
86 68 2022 Walking Venice
72 19 2018 Getting the iPad to “Pro”
71 18 2023 The Walk and Talk: Everything We Know
65 38 2020 A Need to Walk (2014)
61 15 2022 Memberships Work: What I learned during the third year of my membership program
40 0 2022 Walk as Spreadsheet (2021)
39 8 2017 As We May Read (2015)
38 12 2021 Fast software, the best software (2019)
30 6 2023 On Being a Good Newsletterer (2020)
14 1 2019 Process: Words and Pictures and Walking
14 0 2021 Running a Successful Membership / Subscription Program

domenicoluciani.com

Domenico Luciani • aboutfeed

Passionate programmer, experienced Extreme Programmer, Senior Agile Software Engineer @ VMware, remote worker from Spain, Open Source enthusiast, and avid learner with a focus on software craftsmanship, and IT security.

47 44 2016 Show HN: Go-odbye – Twitter Follow/Unfollow Reporting Tool Written in Go
12 0 2018 Keybase, crypto made simple

jezenthomas.com

Jezen Thomas | Haskell, Unix, Minimalism, and Entrepreneurship. • aboutfeed

Haskell programmer, entrepreneur, co-founder & CTO of Supercede.

109 98 2020 How I write Elm applications
84 83 2022 Make your database tables smaller
64 97 2021 We Don't Do Daily Stand-Ups at Supercede
42 17 2021 Fast Counting with PostgreSQL and Haskell
13 11 2021 Why We Don't Do Daily Stand-Ups at Supercede

alexwlchan.net

alexwlchan

Alex Chan's personal blog

657 231 2022 Take more screenshots
442 268 2019 Falsehoods programmers believe about Unix time
386 332 2022 Cut the cutesy errors
369 176 2023 Take more screenshots (2022)
107 138 2023 Cut the Cutesy Errors
44 2 2022 A Plumber’s Guide to Git
14 9 2022 Finding divisors of a number with Python (2019)
13 10 2022 “Fixing” the rules of division
10 0 2023 Tag your infrastructure-as-code resources with a link to their definitions

troyhunt.com

Troy Hunt: Troy Hunt • about

1398 641 2022 I got pwned by my cloud costs
1313 539 2016 The Dropbox hack is real
911 442 2016 The “Cobra Effect” that is disabling paste on password fields
888 488 2019 Cookie Warning Shenanigans Have Got to Stop
849 409 2018 Mmm, Pi-hole
842 355 2018 "Pwned Passwords" V2 With Half a Billion Passwords
722 133 2020 I'm Open Sourcing the Have I Been Pwned Code Base
700 144 2019 Project Svalbard: The Future of Have I Been Pwned
688 159 2018 We're Baking ‘Have I Been Pwned’ into Firefox and 1Password
639 288 2017 HTTPS on Your Landing Page Is Important
637 230 2017 I'm Testifying to Congress about Data Breaches – What Should I Say?
612 305 2017 Face ID, Touch ID, No ID, PINs and Pragmatic Security
609 159 2017 Stupid security things
591 327 2017 I've removed all ad network code from my blog
580 285 2018 The Effectiveness of Publicly Shaming Bad Security
565 226 2021 The Facebook phone numbers are now searchable in Have I Been Pwned
532 97 2020 Project Svalbard, Have I Been Pwned and its ongoing independence
516 287 2014 Everything you need to know about the Shellshock Bash bug
500 169 2017 CloudPets teddy bears leaked and ransomed, exposing kids' voice messages
458 188 2020 Hacking Grindr Accounts with Copy and Paste

paul.kinlan.me

Modern Web Development with Chrome • feed

Paul is a Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google and loves to help make web development easier.

256 55 2016 Serverless Sync in Web Apps Using Bit Torrent
207 153 2021 Sorry Safari Team
91 22 2016 The headless web
38 19 2022 Use Bookmarklets on Chrome on Android (2020)
21 8 2015 Rise of the meta-platforms and the new 'web browser'

andy-bell.co.uk

Andy Bell - Designer, front-end developer and founder of Set Studio • feed

I’m a designer, front-end developer and the founder of Set Studio.

121 83 2023 My favourite 3 lines of CSS
36 53 2023 I think I’m not alone that Mastodon is giving me the ick
21 20 2023 Some Bluesky, Twitter and Mastodon predictions for 6 months time
11 6 2023 Why pay $8 for a checkmark when you can get one for for free?

jamesdoc.com

James Doc • nowfeed

Head of Technology at Vixen Labs | Living in London | Sitting at the intersection of Christianity and Technology

27 3 2013 Jamendo launches new Creative Commons music API with a $2500 contest
21 7 2011 Jamendo reaches 300k CC-licensed tracks, releases free mobile apps

dkrichards.com

Keith Richards | I am a dad in perpetual training, a curious software engineer, a Marine Corps veteran, and a consummate bro. • feed

I am a dad in perpetual training, a curious software engineer, a Marine Corps veteran, and a consummate bro.

cmason.com

Christopher Mason • feed

Software engineering leader who is passionate about creating powerful and usable software that betters the human condition.

davidgomes.com

David Gomes

297 99 2023 Understanding Parquet, Iceberg and Data Lakehouses
240 60 2023 The broad set of computer science problems faced at cloud database companies
136 181 2023 It Took Me a Decade to Find the Perfect Personal Website Stack – Ghost+Fathom
48 52 2023 Taking the initial phone screen with candidates

ericwbailey.website

Eric Bailey – Inclusive design advocate, writer, developer, and speaker • feed

Inclusive design advocate, writer, developer, and speaker

382 242 2023 Don't use custom CSS scrollbars
94 71 2022 Aria-label is a code smell

imkylelambert.com

Kyle Lambert | Designer, Maker, Writer • feed

I design interfaces, experiences, businesses, and write about it here. Currently creating developer ecosystems at Webflow.

eliseomartelli.it

Eliseo Martelli • aboutfeed

Computers, photography & music.

aswinmohan.me

Aswin Mohan · aswinmohan.me • aboutnow

Hey, I'm Aswin Mohan. I'm a Software Developer who works across frontend, backend, mobile and design. I am currently based out of Kerala, India. I love to design, code and make bold, beautiful, useful things.

170 158 2020 MacOS-like Fonts on Manjaro/Arch Linux
50 65 2023 macOS Like Fonts on Manjaro/Arch Linux

ratherlabs.com

Blockchain Software Development & Engineering Company USA • about

Rather Labs is the best blockchain technology company in USA specializing in blockchain app & s/w development, smart contracts and decentralized finance.

dylanpaulus.com

Dylan Paulus • aboutfeed

624 141 2023 Postgres as a graph database
395 232 2019 How Facebook Avoids Ad Blockers
11 3 2022 Advice for New Software Engineers

craigkerstiens.com

Craig Kerstiens - Craig Kerstiens • feed

861 411 2019 Give Me Back My Monolith
821 379 2019 SQL: One of the most valuable skills
568 225 2017 Why Use Postgres?
390 188 2018 Postgres 11 – A First Look
343 120 2017 Working with time in Postgres
331 296 2022 Give me back my monolith (2019)
324 165 2019 OKRs Aren't Going to Fix Your Communication Issues
316 85 2017 Better Database Migrations in Postgres
300 59 2017 Dear Postgres
258 144 2012 Why Use Postgres
195 162 2016 Writing more legible SQL
191 18 2015 Postgres 9.5 feature rundown
190 37 2015 Postgres features and tips
165 36 2022 Unfinished Business with Postgres
164 34 2012 Understanding Postgres Performance
156 205 2016 Mistakes Beginners Make When Working with Databases
149 43 2013 More on Postgres Performance
147 31 2014 Examining PostgreSQL 9.4 – A first look
143 56 2013 How I work with Postgres psql, My PostgreSQL Admin
141 69 2012 Why Use Postgres - Part 2

blog.danieljanus.pl

Daniel Janus – blog

439 257 2022 I love my GPD Micro PC
135 89 2023 My mental model of Clojure transducers
26 2 2023 My Mental Model of Transducers
14 2 2021 Testing a compiler that can’t even print

petekeen.net

Pete Keen • aboutfeed

My name is Pete Keen. I'm a Ruby developer and in my spare time I write books.

162 62 2016 DNS: Basic Concepts (2013)
130 85 2013 Post-mortem of a Dead-on-Arrival SaaS Product
123 51 2013 DNS: The Good Parts
123 39 2018 My Own Private CDN
120 35 2014 Know How To Roll Your SSL Certificates
108 32 2018 Notes on Shutting Down an S-Corp
104 30 2014 Payola – A Rails engine for Stripe
100 61 2014 Self-hosted Git Server
95 57 2013 Adventures in Self Publishing
93 32 2015 Program Your Finances: Command-Line Accounting
85 30 2018 Why your SaaS application should support SAML
76 14 2013 Simple Git-backed Microsites
71 24 2013 Simulating a Market in Ruby
64 40 2013 Little Data: How do we query personal data?
63 25 2014 Command Line Faxing
57 35 2014 The Life of a Stripe Charge
55 27 2013 Essential Tools for Starting a Rails App in 2013
48 16 2013 A Practical Exercise in Web Scraping
38 6 2013 DRY your Rails CRUD with Simple Form and Inherited Resources
35 14 2013 Mastering Modern Payments: Using Stripe with Rails

cretezy.com

Cretezy - Technology & Programming • feed

Articles, projects, and videos about technology and programming.

kiru.io

46 10 2023 If you are using Cloudflare and Chrome, add custom header to see cache hit
32 14 2023 I tested services to extract colors from image

notes.npilk.com

npilk // Notes • feed

Hi, I'm Nathan Pilkenton. I'm currently based in Austin, TX, and I create business strategies at IA Collaborative.

32 11 2022 Customizing Web Search
13 8 2022 Taking the internet off the hook

austinhenley.com

Austin Z. Henley

I research the usability of dev tools and blog my adventures.

565 329 2023 Challenging projects every programmer should try (2019)
498 328 2022 A project with a single 11,000-line code file
439 111 2022 Challenging algorithms and data structures every programmer should try
349 180 2023 Stopping at 90%
311 271 2023 Natural language is the lazy user interface
293 130 2022 What a $500k grant proposal looks like
264 134 2022 Implementing Cosine in C from Scratch (2020)
220 86 2023 Implementing Cosine in C from Scratch (2020)
219 56 2023 My first superoptimizer
159 35 2023 The future of programming: Research at CHI 2023
140 23 2022 Programming as Play
133 101 2023 What does a research grant pay for?
125 59 2023 Gamification, life, and the pursuit of a gold badge (2021)
112 98 2022 Take my app ideas
107 24 2023 Let's make a Teeny Tiny compiler (2020)
84 76 2023 Why I started (and stopped) making games
45 18 2022 Learning HTML was too hard so I made a compiler instead
39 10 2022 My HCI toolbox: Methods for designing and evaluating UIs
38 52 2023 Pain points of teaching computer science
34 71 2022 Leaving academia

hankruiger.com

Han • aboutnow

benbyford.com

Portfoliofeed

Portfolio and musings of Ben Byford. Podcaster of Machine Ethics and Ethical by Design Artificial Intelligence consultant. Computer games and web designer.

33 30 2015 Problems on the Blockchain

danstroot.com

Dan Stroot · Blog • aboutfeed

Dan Stroot · The most obscure blog in the world.

thetechee.com

The Techee - Startups, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Mergers & Acquisitions News on the go.

Startups, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Mergers & Acquisitions News on the go.

638 378 2022 MIT graduate students vote to unionize
261 182 2021 The story BCG offered me $16k not to tell (2010)
237 128 2022 The story BCG offered me $16,000 not to tell (2010)
226 105 2016 Browsers' bid for relevance is turning them into time-bombs
218 137 2018 MIT's student newspaper criticizes MIT's convenience-based ethics

learnbyexample.github.io

learnbyexample • about

419 129 2023 CLI text processing with GNU awk
341 259 2022 Vim prank: alias vim='vim -y'
244 110 2022 Vim Reference Guide
191 36 2020 Show HN: Ruby One-Liners Cookbook
126 47 2020 Perl One-Liners Cookbook
117 20 2021 Show HN: “Command line text processing with GNU Coreutils” eBook
107 26 2021 Show HN: "100 Page Python Intro" eBook
85 22 2021 Paying my bills with 'free' ebooks
31 2 2023 Perl One-Liners Guide
27 2 2021 Show HN: Practice Python Projects eBook for beginners
19 1 2021 Python resources for everybody
12 0 2020 Show HN: eBook with hundreds of Perl one-liners
11 1 2021 Show HN: GNU sed eBook with hundreds of one-liners and exercises

jasoneckert.github.io

Jason Eckert's Website and Blog

My personal website and blog

778 479 2023 ARM64 Linux Workstation
291 111 2021 SPARCbook 3000ST: The coolest 90s laptop (2019)
218 95 2023 The Galaga no-fire-cheat mystery (2012)
166 133 2023 Fedora Asahi Remix first impressions
154 153 2023 Linux is Making Apple Great Again
104 32 2023 The time I yoga-balled an Apple store employee
87 34 2022 Ontario's Computer: The Burroughs ICON
79 25 2022 Using Asahi Linux as a developer workstation

morling.dev

Gunnar Morling - Random Musings on All Things Software Engineering • feed

206 110 2022 The Code Review Pyramid
197 58 2023 Finding Java Thread Leaks with JDK Flight Recorder and a Bit of SQL
124 73 2021 Talking to Postgres Through Java 16 Unix-Domain Socket Channels
112 78 2022 What's in a good error message?
98 47 2022 On Java/JVM: Loom and Thread Fairness
64 23 2021 FizzBuzz – SIMD Style
34 7 2022 The JDK Flight Recorder File Format
19 0 2020 Single Message Transformations – The Swiss Army Knife of Kafka Connect
16 4 2022 The Code Review Pyramid
14 2 2021 Exploring ZooKeeper-Less Kafka
10 7 2020 Show HN: I've built a Serverless search feature for my blog

auralie.substack.com

Utkarsh’s Substack | Utkarsh Singh • aboutfeed

My personal Substack.

blog.usmanity.com

Notes from the Burrow

A personal life blog, includes writing about code, food, and bikes.

231 133 2023 Comparing Adobe Firefly, Dalle-2, and OpenJourney
106 26 2019 Serving Vue.js Apps on GitHub Pages

samueldobbie.substack.com

Samuel’s Substack | Samuel Dobbie • aboutfeed

My personal Substack.

zackproser.com

Zachary Proser - Senior software engineer, open source hacker, writer and artist • aboutfeed

I’m Zack, a senior software engineer, writer, and artist. I am a Tech Lead at Gruntwork.io, where we build automation solutions to make deploying infrastructure as code easier.

49 40 2023 Maintaining this site fucking sucks
32 4 2017 Show HN: I open-sourced my Twitter Automation platform

notes.alinpanaitiu.com

Notes and ramblings — Alin Panaitiu • feed

Alin Panaitiu's notes and ramblings: short-form content on macOS apps, music and computers in general

677 210 2023 Costs of running a macOS app studio business
561 349 2022 App Store doesn't accept “too simple” apps
524 227 2022 Weird monitor bugs people sent me in the last 5 years
296 197 2023 Making macOS Apps Uninstallable
223 189 2022 SwiftUI Is Convenient, but Slow
210 149 2023 Keyboard tricks from a macOS app dev
79 54 2023 Can we hide the orange dot without disabling SIP?
75 79 2023 Fullscreen apps above the MacBook notch
64 59 2023 SwiftUI is convenient, but slow (2022)
36 52 2023 Restarting macOS apps automatically on crash

tanmaysarkar.hashnode.dev

Learned to Share • feed

I am a Computer Science and Engineering student, with a great passion for Development and Operations. I am using MERN for the development and learning DevOps in the meantime.

anderegg.ca

anderegg.ca | Something (slightly) less boring than nothing. • feed

Something (slightly) less boring than nothing.

119 65 2023 A novel PayPal scam
66 56 2023 Thoughts on Threads and ActivityPub
43 69 2023 Bluesky Frustrations

pncnmnp.github.io

Parth Parikh

personal site

151 51 2023 Scrambling eggs for Spotify with Knuth's Fibonacci hashing
38 17 2023 Before Xerox, there was Addressograph
29 0 2023 An architecture for enforcing RBAC in a cloud storage system
12 1 2021 Approximate Distance Oracles

sergeykibish.com

Sergey Kibish — Problem Solver. Sorting Chaos. • feed

Problem solver. Sorting chaos.

67 43 2022 Implementing Microsoft REST API Filter
58 98 2021 Back end developers on hackathons are not needed

jabperf.com

JabPerf Corp

IT Consultancy providing Performance Engineering expertise, specializing in the FinTech/High Frequency Trading (HFT) industry

221 40 2023 My Fear of Commitment to the First CPU Core
71 48 2013 Always return on events is faster, but why?
57 23 2013 Backbone vs. Simple JavaScript Inheritance
42 26 2012 JS performance: try / catch versus checking for undefined
38 25 2014 Jsperf for Fast.js, Lodash, Native
32 11 2011 JQuery.fn.each vs. jQuery.fn.quickEach
22 2 2010 jsPerf: Easily create and share JavaScript performance test cases / benchmarks
16 32 2013 JavaScript Loop Performance
11 8 2014 When comments slow your JavaScript code (70% slower with long inner comments)
9 8 2011 '===' faster than '=='?

cprimozic.net

Casey Primozic's Homepage • feed

The homepage of Casey Primozic / Ameo

562 151 2023 Reverse engineering a neural network's clever solution to binary addition
511 280 2021 Self-Hosting Dozens of Web Applications and Services on a Single Server
218 25 2021 Speeding Up the Webcola Graph Viz Library with Rust and WebAssembly
194 125 2022 My Evaluation of SvelteKit for Full-Stack Web App Development
138 30 2023 Building a Signal Analyzer with Modern Web Tech
108 102 2021 Habits I've developed for fast and efficient programming
84 8 2022 Exploring Neural Networks Visually in the Browser
52 8 2023 Wrapping Meshes with Geodesic Walks
11 3 2022 Logic Through the Lens of Neural Networks

jakeseliger.com

The Story's Story

913 462 2023 I am dying of squamous cell carcinoma, and potential treatments are out of reach
327 244 2023 If you have first-hand knowledge of the FDA’s torpor, get in touch
243 142 2023 On being ready to die, and yet also now being able to swallow ice cream
73 5 2023 What it’s like to be married to a dying man
65 61 2019 Become a nurse or physicians assistant instead of a doctor (2012)
60 14 2023 Turning two lives into one, or, things that worry me about Bess, after I’m gone
55 42 2018 Is there an actual Facebook crisis, or media narrative about Facebook crisis?
32 0 2017 Ninety-five percent of people are fine – but it’s that last five percent
31 10 2022 Most people don’t read carefully or for comprehension
31 2 2017 “University presidents: We’ve been blindsided.” Er, no
17 2 2023 Trying to be human, and other mistakes
16 6 2020 The moderator problem: How Reddit and related news sites decline
14 0 2023 I know what happens to me after I die, but what about those left behind?
13 0 2017 A lot of academic “research” barely counts as research (2013)
12 0 2023 How to Efficiently Advance Your Software Engineering Career
10 1 2023 Dying blogger: First-hand knowledge of the FDA’s torpor? Get in touch
9 5 2023 The more things go wrong, the more things going wrong

ramvasuthevan.ca

Ram’s Personal Website | The personal website of Ram Vasuthevan. I am a software engineer interested in technology, finance and real estate. • feed

The personal website of Ram Vasuthevan. I am a software engineer interested in technology, finance and real estate.

uhmm.jwjacobs.com

Uhmm • about

Personal blog of Jason Jacobs. Past, present, future, imaginings, daydreams, stories, art, and more, all intertwined and making a home here.

productme.org

ProductMe - Building things is good • feed

Experienced Product Manager shares insights on technology, marketing strategies, and the art of creation. Discover stories and tips from the field of product management.

blakewatson.com

blakewatson.com • feed

820 360 2023 Omg.lol: An Oasis on the Internet
394 171 2022 Almost monospaced: the perfect fonts for writing

codeconfessions.substack.com

Confessions of a Code Addict | Abhinav Upadhyay • aboutfeed

Unlocking modern algorithms and research through practical coding. Welcome to the space where hard computer science becomes accessible.

465 176 2023 What every developer should know about GPU computing
293 210 2023 How many lines of C it takes to execute a + b in Python
158 73 2023 A linear algebra trick for computing Fibonacci numbers fast
46 0 2023 How CPython Implements and Uses Bloom Filters for String Processing
34 10 2023 Decoding the ACL Paper: Gzip and KNN Rival Bert in Text Classification

divan.dev

divan's blog · divan's blog • feed

231 57 2022 Rethinking Visual Programming with Go
205 78 2019 Rethinking Visual Programming with Go
20 0 2022 Data transfer with animated QR codes (2019?)

danielmiessler.com

Unsupervised Learning

Unsupervised Learning is a Security, AI, and Meaning-focused newsletter & podcast that looks at how best to thrive as humans in a post-AI world. It combines original ideas, analysis, and mental models to bring not just the news, but why it matters and how to respond.

798 365 2020 It’s Time to Get Back to RSS
431 435 2020 Moving your SSH port isn’t security by obscurity
423 163 2017 Google AMP Is Not a Good Thing
301 212 2016 Obscurity Is a Valid Security Layer
271 300 2020 Google is getting left behind due to horrible UI/UX
250 119 2015 To Master Vim, Use It Like Language
141 109 2017 Obscurity Is a Valid Security Layer
125 89 2019 DNS servers that offer privacy and filtering
81 28 2016 Machine Learning Is the New Statistics
65 56 2017 The Bay Area Is Separating into Red and Green Zones
61 47 2017 Why You Should Treat C-Players Like A-Players
53 3 2016 A tcpdump Primer with Examples
51 38 2020 Our Problem Is Gullibility, Not Disinformation
45 14 2019 It Appears China Is Building a Massive Espionage Database on America
41 57 2019 Why I Don't Think Craig Wright is Satoshi
40 40 2022 Losers Exist, Don’t Hire Them
40 16 2020 Creators Should Move to Their Own Domains and Set Up Direct Monetization
39 8 2019 Learn Vim for the Last Time: A Tutorial and Primer
37 9 2021 Stop Being Proud of Complexity
33 0 2018 Building a Successful Information Security Career (2008)

bowendwelle.substack.com

An Ordinary Disaster | Bowen Dwelle • aboutfeed

Memoir and methods on finding the voice of self.

b3n.org

b3n.org - Benjamin Bryan | Self-hosted from North Idaho

Benjamin Bryan | Self-hosted from North Idaho

115 80 2021 PSD is not my favourite file format
62 32 2015 VMware vs. bhyve Performance Comparison
60 38 2022 Automatic Ripping Machine (2016)

blog.aawadia.dev

It works

Thoughts on software, finance, and life - Say hi `[email protected]` 👋🏻

61 14 2022 Cats, Pi, and Machine Learning
55 13 2022 Self hosted Docker registry with auto image push on push to main
53 60 2023 VPS Benchmarking – Cloudfanatic, DigitalOcean, Linode, Vultr

andreschweighofer.com

andre.schweighofer -

471 153 2020 Anxiety in product development
136 116 2021 How a startup can survive technical debt
67 103 2022 The Joel test for remote work

nsirap.com

DevOps Blog - Nicolas Paris • feed

This is a blog about DevOps, SRE, Kubernetes and some programming stuff. A Developper that became a DevOps.

129 159 2022 After Obsidian and Logseq, I give Dendron a try

duncanlock.net

Duncan Locks personal site · duncan­lock­.net

Duncan Locks personal site. Includes my blog, colitis resources, SCD recipes, portfolio and CV/Resume.

299 562 2022 Using Windows after 15 years on Linux
199 17 2023 Thanks, David Peter
73 19 2023 Using AsciiDoc and Asciidoctor for Blogging

blog.gnoack.org

aboutfeed

Programming tales from the Software Stone Age

106 31 2019 Goroutines and APIs
48 26 2020 The Setup-Cleanup Problem

nicollet.net

Victor Nicollet

65 66 2011 My Company Is Using OCaml for web development. Why?
6 5 2011 Rewrite Your Code

deadcomputersociety.com

The Dead Computer Society • about

The DeadComputerSociety is a collection of projects, music, and other media that Brady has created.

mgsloan.com

mgsloan • feed

151 61 2019 Outdoor Computing with a Deck Desk
92 49 2021 Supine Computing (2019)

magis.substack.com

Magis | Alex Izydorczyk • aboutfeed

Alex Izydorczyk's thoughts on data, finance, and economics, focusing on DaaS (data-as-a-service) businesses.

wheybags.com

165 64 2023 Dungeons and Directories, an exploration game in your file explorer
32 6 2021 Show HN: wcp – a reimplementation of cp using io_uring. With a nice progress bar
15 6 2020 Show HN: Dungeons and Directories a text adventure you play in your file browser
13 2 2023 Show HN: Recursive COW Pages in Userspace
11 4 2023 Recursive COW Pages in Userspace

dfworks.xyz

DFWORKS | Online Threat Mitigation • aboutfeed

Preventing damages caused by cyberattackers, online disinformation distributors and propagandists.

alanhogan.com

AlanHogan.com: A front-end web development blog (with occasional Mac tips) | AlanHogan.com • about

Alan J. Hogan writes about web design, web development; JavaScript, TypeScript, CSS, PHP, Python, MySQL, programming and code; Apple macOS tips; bookmarklets; and more.

11 9 2019 Offline and back again: Surviving the PHP 7 upgrade by adding one letter

patrickdap.com

Patrick D'appollonio • feed

Patrick D'appollonio: https://www.patrickdap.com

costacoders.es

CostaCoders.es Community • feed

CostaCoders.es is an open virtual space and a collaborative local community for English-speaking software engineers living in Costa del Sol area.

blog.lohr.dev

Michi's Blog • feed

Passionate about software development and architecture, web and cloud technologies, as well as game development.

59 22 2022 Changing the primary display using the Win32 API
15 4 2023 Show HN: After a day of Zig – a review by a Rust enthusiast
13 0 2022 Show HN: Phoenix PVM-Based Virtual Machine Monitors

rnikhil.com

Nikhil. R | Hi! Welcome to my corner on the internet. I am a poker player, trader, hobbyist programmer and a product manager currently building the poker vertical at Paytm First games. • feed

Hi! Welcome to my corner on the internet. I am a poker player, trader, hobbyist programmer and a product manager currently building the poker vertical at Paytm First games.

128 239 2022 Tornado cash takedown and its repercussions
35 12 2023 Counterfactual Regret Minimisation or How I won any money in Poker?

akashrajpurohit.com

Akash Rajpurohit • feed

Hi!, I'm Akash Rajpurohit, a self taught software developer based in India. I specialize in developing web applications and cross platform mobile applications using modern technologies.

297 130 2023 Build your own Docker with Linux namespaces, cgroups, and chroot
12 3 2023 Linux Commands for Efficient Server Management

railsnotes.xyz

RailsNotes • aboutfeed

The Ruby on Rails guides you wished you had.

27 10 2023 Learn Stimulus in Ruby on Rails by Building a Toggle)
4 8 2023 Deploy Ruby on Rails with Dokku – (Includes Redis, Sidekiq, ARM Servers, Docker)
1 6 2023 Overmind, a better foreman or bin/dev for your Procfile

amitness.com

Amit Chaudhary • feed

I am a Machine Learning Engineer applying research to products. I explain machine learning concepts using diagrams, animations and intuition

237 47 2020 Illustrated FixMatch for semi-supervised learning
219 12 2020 Visual Introduction to Self Supervised Learning
197 51 2020 VSCode on Google Colab
130 55 2020 Math Symbols Explained with Python
130 14 2020 Self Supervised Learning in NLP
103 43 2020 A commit history of BERT and its forks
50 6 2020 PIRL: Learn Image Representations Immune to Geometric Transformation
30 3 2020 A Visual Guide to Regular Expression

loige.co

Luciano Mammino "Loige" - FullStack & Cloud developer, fighter, butterfly maker! • aboutfeed

The website of Luciano Mammino a.k.a. Loige: FullStack & Cloud developer, fighter, butterfly maker - Blog, page 1 of 7

104 31 2019 JavaScript iterator patterns
66 13 2021 Where to go to learn Rust in 2021
45 8 2021 Rust shenanigans: return type polymorphism
29 20 2020 Emerging JavaScript pattern: multiple return values
12 0 2022 My suggestions for rocking the AWS Solution Architect Professional certification

www.2uo.de

Thomas' Digital Garden

My collection of things I've learned.

124 33 2022 Statistical process control after W. Edwards Deming
109 30 2018 The Now Habit (2015)
107 16 2021 The Now Habit
81 47 2021 Statistical process control after W. Edwards Deming (2020)
80 68 2018 Myths about /dev/urandom (2014)
67 35 2020 Myths about /dev/urandom (2014)
53 8 2020 Statistical process control after W. Edwards Deming
36 11 2022 The Mind Map Book

philipphagenlocher.de

Hallöchen! • feed

A personal blog by Philipp Hagenlocher, mainly about software and related topics.

5 5 2023 Is LaTeX Worth It?

mattmichie.com

Matt Michie's Personal Blog • feed

This is my website, there are many like it, but this one is mine.

dostoynikov.bearblog.dev

🐈‍ dostoynikov 🐈‍⬛

Hello! I'm Dostoynikov! I love video games, cycling, camping, go(chinese chess also called baduk in Korean)&chess, tinkering with tech, language learning, bo...

454 367 2023 Fuck being productive
49 40 2023 The dictatorship in Turkey is falling tomorrow

holzer.online

Fabian's public notepad • feed

Thoughts on topics like software engineering, web development, blogging and the web in general

www.stavros.io

Software development et al - Stavros' Stuff

705 352 2019 I just had over a thousand Euros stolen and Revolut is siding with the thief
442 91 2019 Show HN: Ledonardo, my light painting hardware project
405 183 2016 Show HN: Spamnesty: Waste spammers' time
285 144 2020 I made my own PCBs with a 3D printer
271 192 2021 Show HN: I made an alarm clock
258 44 2020 Writing a full-text search engine using Bloom filters (2013)
221 224 2021 Show HN: I made a 5-key keyboard
160 79 2017 The scourge of web analytics
147 97 2020 How to use FIDO2 USB keys with SSH
127 31 2016 Show HN: I connected my house lights to video games
125 22 2017 Show HN: The Bus Stop Bus
116 32 2016 I made a cheap home motion sensor and controller
115 27 2016 Using Docker to develop and deploy Django apps
104 50 2018 Securing your users' authentication
97 53 2022 Compressing Images with Stable Diffusion
78 117 2017 Startup Mistakes: Choice of Datastore
68 18 2023 Show HN: I made a battery-powered e-ink display that shows my calendar
38 37 2017 Designing and 3D-printing a garage remote motorcycle mount
35 6 2017 3D printing gives blind cat eyes
34 12 2023 Spam spammers back

blog.momentum-mod.org

Momentum Mod Dev Blog • feed

Momentum Mod development blog, hosting official changelogs, announcements, and more!

nithinbekal.com

Nithin Bekal • feed

Nithin Bekal's blog about programming - Ruby, Rails, Vim, Elixir.

174 48 2022 What's new in Ruby 3.1?

blog.ioces.com

The Blog of Matt

398 234 2023 I walked across Luxembourg
69 71 2022 Building a blog from scratch in 2022 using Hugo, Docker and a bit of Python
52 9 2022 Colouring Noise – Generating Noise with a Specific Power Spectral Density

devever.net

devever

374 118 2016 There are no secure smartphones
309 150 2022 Let's Encrypt now supports ACME-CAA: closing the DV loophole
289 281 2016 Why I don't like smartphones
272 146 2021 Freenode commits suicide, is no longer a serious IRC network
245 111 2021 Freenode IRC operators now engaging in routine abuses of power
240 113 2023 Against risk-based authentication (or, why I wouldn't trust Google Cloud)
212 118 2018 Why Intel will never let owners control the ME
212 85 2023 Modern CPUs have a backstage cast
201 204 2019 XML is almost always misused
194 132 2016 Why I don't like smartcards, HSMs, YubiKeys, etc.
194 59 2023 Memoirs from the old web: IE's crazy content rating system
191 66 2023 Memoirs from the old web: The KEYGEN element
179 135 2019 The evolution of the web, and a eulogy for XHTML2
168 34 2019 Adventures in reverse engineering Broadcom NIC firmware
161 199 2022 Linux's GPLv2 licence is routinely violated (2015)
155 140 2022 Computers are an oppressive technology
132 124 2023 Netheads vs. bellheads redux: the strange victory of SIP over the telephone
128 89 2022 The Demise of the Mildly Dynamic Website
127 168 2023 The problem with federated web apps
125 20 2022 The Talos II, Blackbird POWER9 systems support tagged memory

dustinbrett.com

daedalOS

Desktop environment in the browser

253 86 2024 DaedalOS – Desktop environment in the browser
194 126 2022 DaedalOS: Desktop Environment in the Browser

ph-uhl.com

Philipp Uhl • feed

Hi, my name is Philipp! This is my personal website, where I write stuff with inconsistent frequency.

50 50 2023 Can You Customize My Startup's Login Page?

valbaca.com

valbaca’s blog | Writings about software engineering and programming. Mostly JVM & JS related. Maybe some Magic the Gathering and music. Posts are my opinions. • feed

Writings about software engineering and programming. Mostly JVM & JS related. Maybe some Magic the Gathering and music. Posts are my opinions.

kilianvalkhof.com

Kilian Valkhof

Front-end & user experience developer

199 79 2019 What design tools get wrong
195 18 2017 Things I learned creating my own Messenger chatbot
190 166 2022 When going somewhere does a thing: on links and buttons
170 110 2021 Prescriptive software is better than descriptive software
82 16 2020 Using easing for more than just CSS transitions
50 48 2020 How I built my own browser
19 0 2020 I built my own web browser

bytesizetheories.com

Byte Size Theories • aboutfeed

Some of my thoughts and theories, designed to provoke other thoughs and theories

47 12 2021 Kinds of Technical Debt

dmitry-kan.medium.com

Dmitry Kan • about

Read writing from Dmitry Kan on Medium. Founder and host of Vector Podcast, tech team lead, software engineer, manager, but also: cat lover and cyclist. Host: https://www.youtube.com/c/VectorPodcast.

52 10 2022 Neural Search Frameworks: A Head-to-Head Comparison

jaredwhite.com

Jared White: Expressively publishing on the open web since 1996 • aboutnowfeed

Expressively publishing on the open web since 1996. Entranced by Portland, Oregon since 2017.

18 16 2009 Secrets of the TechStars method for winning the pitch and getting the girl
18 11 2010 Why the iPad is a killer for sales presentations and pitching
10 10 2009 Why isn't there more investment in new media startups?

ingo-richter.io

today is tomorrow's past • aboutnowfeed

random thoughts about computer tech, web technologies, iOS, macOS, SwiftUI, javascript, Reactjs, nodejs, process automation, jenkins and stuff that worked for me.

blog.marcua.net

N=1 (marcua’s blog) • feed

I’m the Co-Founder and CTO of B12, where we’re building a better future of creative and analytical work. Before that, I was Director of Data at Locu, a startup that was acquired by GoDaddy. I went to grad school at MIT’s CSAIL. One time in Jerusalem I ate a whole tub of hummus on my own. I don’t regret that day.

204 20 2023 Data diffs: Algorithms for explaining what changed in a dataset (2022)
59 15 2023 Ayb: A multi-tenant database that helps you own your data
38 6 2022 How to archive a website that's shutting down soon
21 1 2022 Data diffs: Algorithms for explaining what changed in a dataset

evertpot.com/

Evert Pot • feed

Personal blog of Evert Pot

354 168 2020 HTTP/2 Push is dead
336 165 2016 Ten years on LinkedIn
335 230 2021 JWT should not be your default for sessions
265 231 2018 Firefox removes RSS support
253 281 2016 PHP Sucks
240 62 2018 Google's CardDAV server isn't standards compliant (2014)
220 263 2019 One Year in San Francisco as a Software Engineer
219 151 2022 Request bodies in GET requests
198 71 2020 Performance Testing HTTP/1.1 vs. HTTP/2 vs. HTTP/2 and Server Push for REST APIs
137 61 2016 Package managers should be immutable, distributed and decentralized
131 135 2022 Taking a Look at Mastodon
117 173 2019 Browser tabs are probably the wrong metaphor
117 45 2020 ECMAScript 4: The Missing Version
77 137 2023 Switching to Fedora from Ubuntu
67 126 2023 Why aren't there more 80% jobs?
45 14 2022 Ubuntu bungled the Firefox Snap package transition
18 6 2020 Use a:visited in your CSS stylesheet
14 0 2020 HTTP Push Is Dead
12 1 2020 ECMAScript 4: The Missing Version
12 0 2023 Why aren't there more 80% jobs?

www.jvt.me

Jamie Tanna | Software Engineer • feed

202 164 2020 Why I Actively Discourage Online Tooling like jwt.io and Online JSON Validators
194 305 2022 Lessons learned from the recent job hunt
128 162 2022 Lessons learned since posting my salary history publicly
117 56 2022 Learning a new language, or how I gained familiarity with Go
102 40 2020 Google confirms microformats are still a supported metadata format for content
93 159 2023 My Salary History
11 6 2020 Why I Actively Discourage Online Tooling Like Jwt.io and Online JSON Validators

fd93.me

fd93 | Tech Courses & Tutoring • about

Free courses, technical articles, and tutoring from fd93.

learnandburn.ai

Learn and Burn | Unbox Research • aboutfeed

Weekly updates on advances in learnings of the machine variety.

attejuvonen.fi

Atte Juvonen - Blog home • feed

Atte Juvonen

365 118 2021 Show HN: Flashcards to learn AWS skills
229 136 2021 Show HN: This website moves your mouse cursor
221 222 2020 Banks create money, but it's less impressive than it sounds
195 98 2023 Show HN: ChatGPT-powered dystopia simulator
65 21 2022 Show HN: GPT-3 powered Ouija spirit board that moves your mouse
62 3 2020 Comparing the security of voting schemes (2019)
30 7 2019 Don't send email from your own server
13 0 2019 If it weren't for those meddling cryptographers
9 16 2022 Show HN: This Is How ChatGPT Will Be Monetized

dillonshook.com

Dillon Shook • feed

Autodidact, Photographer, Zero One Infinity Advocate

350 161 2022 What it takes to make a game by yourself
247 290 2020 A Critique of React Hooks
73 50 2020 A Critique of React Hooks Addendum
39 79 2021 How Hard is your Email to Say? (2020)

notes.ghed.in

Notes by Rodrigo Ghedin • feed

573 474 2022 The Best iPhone
89 98 2023 First Impressions of Bluesky's Brand New iOS App
61 20 2023 Mastodon generates more engagement than Twitter. Why?
38 51 2023 Substack is the biggest threat to newsletters ever
31 5 2023 Was this Brazilian major app bypassing Apple's location privacy on iOS?
22 31 2022 It's Time to Leave Twitter
15 25 2023 Twitter no longer serves as a trustful source of information
12 10 2022 On Substack Centralization
4 5 2023 Is Signal App Killing My iPhone Battery?

kevincox.ca

Kevin Cox • feed

Software developer and all around nerd. I am webscale.

220 67 2022 RSS Feed Best Practices
105 80 2022 Wrong by Default
74 57 2022 Typed Config Languages
68 27 2022 Ice Golf
44 18 2022 Dictionary Compression
43 18 2023 Ricochet Robots Solver
30 7 2022 Maybe Passwords Are the Future
21 8 2022 Per-User Rate Limiting
13 4 2022 Maybe Passwords Are the Future
12 3 2022 Wrong by Default

akalin.com

Fred Akalin: Notes on math, tech, and everything in between

216 62 2017 Why is the Quintic Unsolvable?
57 5 2018 A Gentle Introduction to Erasure Codes (2017)

blog.jgc.org

John Graham-Cumming's blog

869 322 2023 Kelly Rowland couldn't have used the =HYPERLINK() function to message Nelly
535 186 2023 Retrieving 1TB of data from a faulty drive with the help of woodworking tools
422 122 2023 "Hacker News" for retro computing and gaming
408 274 2022 Guest WiFi using a QR code
275 48 2022 Pimping my Casio with Oddly Specific Objects' alternate motherboard and firmware
248 104 2021 Making an old USB printer support Apple AirPrint using a Raspberry Pi
124 25 2023 My primality testing code is faster than Sir Roger Penrose's
115 32 2022 Using a Minitel 1B as a serial terminal
114 77 2023 The inner beauty of a Tesla Stropkov DS 3600 telephone from the early 1980s
104 21 2022 Childhood toys: 40 years on 2-XL works just fine
100 56 2023 Repairing a tiny ribbon cable inside a 28 year old IBM ThinkPad 701c
96 31 2023 My 1976 KIM-1
92 192 2023 Write your passwords down (2010)
84 18 2023 Breathing life back into a Minitel 1B with the Minimit
76 33 2021 Receiving the WWVB time signal in Portugal (by accident)
73 9 2023 Revisiting the “Cansole”, because my TV doesn't have the right connectors
52 15 2022 Setting up and running the MAME emulation of the Minitel 2
50 2 2022 The mysterious behaviour of the Flying Tiger Countdown Clock (and the bug)
47 11 2023 Barebones project to get an Inkplate 10 using WiFi, HTTPS using the Arduino IDE
46 5 2023 Double-Checking Dawkins (2007)

ananthmajumdar.substack.com

Ananth's Reflections | Ananth Majumdar • aboutfeed

My thoughts on things that interest me.

alexmolas.com

Alex Molas • feed

The place where I talk about anything, from machine learning to cooking.

41 59 2023 Debunking the Myth of Dollar Cost Averaging

danieljanus.substack.com

LEJOG 2023 | Daniel Janus • aboutfeed

W czerwcu 2023 roku zamierzam przejechać rowerem 1500 km przez całą Wielką Brytanię, z Land's End (Kornwalia) do John o'Groats (Szkocja). Ten niusleter/blog stanowi relację z wyprawy. Kto ciekaw, niech subskrybuje. :).

philbooth.me

Phil Booth

Personal website for Phil Booth, a software engineer based in the UK.

743 268 2023 Ways to shoot yourself in the foot with Postgres
179 80 2023 Ways to shoot yourself in the foot with Redis
78 55 2021 Things my dog taught me about software development

honeypot.net

Honeypot.net | Kirk Strauser • feed

Extracting chaos from order

395 184 2021 Little League wants all your information
203 244 2021 The Itanic Has Sunk

shruggingface.com

Shruggingface - Exploring the future with artificial intelligence • aboutfeed

Shruggingface - Exploring the future with artificial intelligence.

663 236 2023 I used Stable Diffusion and Dreambooth to create an art portrait of my dog

daniellittle.dev

Daniel Little Dev • feed

I write about building better software with a focus on Team Culture, Web Development, Type Safety, Functional Programming, Event Driven Systems. People first.

nickolinger.com

Nick Olinger's blog | Software Engineer • aboutfeed

A blog about software engineering

382 243 2022 You don't need that CORS request

roytang.net

· roytang.net • about

Roy Tang's blog. Programmer, engineer, scientist, critic, gamer, dreamer, and kid-at-heart. Randomly amazed.

49 4 2010 Spanner: Google’s next Massive Storage and Computation infrastructure
12 2 2010 The Reddit problem: Learning from mistakes

yieldthought.com

Yield Thought • feed

Mark O’Connor is a programmer, irregular writer and AI researcher. He believes in dynamic typing, first-class functions, working in the cloud and the immortal essence of the human soul. He also likes...

3 5 2022 Reality doesn't care about your opinion

tderflinger.com

Thoughts by Thomas Derflinger • feed

My name is Thomas Derflinger, I'm a freelance web programmer, and this is my blog. I write about a lot of things, but mostly web programming, DevOps, VR, and IoT.

37 11 2023 Companies Producing Biopolymers for Packaging

omarabid.com

Abid Omar • feed

Hi. My name is Abid Omar and this is the corner of the web where I write some stuff

512 213 2019 The modern web is becoming unusable
11 2 2019 Rust 2020: A Better Ecosystem

manuel.kiessling.net

The Log Book of Manuel Kießling • feed

Covers topics on architecting, building, deploying and running software and systems for the web based on open source tools with lean methodologies.

61 25 2012 "We need to work longer" - Why this is not what you want to say
14 1 2012 Applying The Clean Architecture to Go applications

dusted.dk

DusteDs home in cyberspace

25 34 2023 What if there was only the OS? (2022)
20 0 2022 72K Rombank System (1987)

matthewsinclair.com

M@ • about

Read writing from M@ on Medium. Building stuff with bits since c1990. https://keybase.io/matthewsinclair https://twitter.com/matthewsinclair. Every day, M@ and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

littlegreenviper.com

Little Green Viper – Software Development LLC

106 2 2020 Writing an SDK with Core Bluetooth
25 0 2021 Leaving a Legacy

paul.totterman.name

Paul's page • aboutfeed

My blog

e-baumer.github.io

Eric Nussbaumer - Thoughts and experiments in data science • feed

Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable
-- Mark Twain

devlog.hexops.com

Hexops' devlog • aboutfeed

351 131 2021 Zig, parser combinators, and why they're awesome
190 47 2022 Mach v0.1: Cross-platform Zig graphics
187 142 2022 Packed structs in Zig make bit/flag sets trivial
138 39 2021 Mach Engine: The Future of Graphics (With Zig)
136 57 2021 Perfecting GLFW for Zig, and finding lurking undefined behavior that went unnot
127 19 2022 Perfecting WebGPU/Dawn native graphics for Zig
97 55 2021 Unicode sorting is hard and why browsers added special emoji matching to regexp
63 13 2021 Increasing my contribution to Zig to $200/mo
58 62 2021 I write code 100 hours/week, here's why I probably won't stop
40 77 2023 I write code 100 hours/week, here's why I probably won't stop
25 6 2021 Unicode data file compression: achieving 40-70% reduction over gzip alone
25 2 2023 My game development journey and why I'm increasing my contribution to Zig (2021)

origami.kosmulski.org

Origami by Michał Kosmulski • aboutfeed

This site presents origami folded and/or designed by Michał Kosmulski. Currently, these are mostly tessellations, boxes, modulars and other geometric models. Apart from lots of model images, there are diagrams and blog posts related to origami.

620 50 2022 Five origami books by Shuzo Fujimoto are now public domain
534 195 2021 Building a personal website in 2021
94 8 2021 Paper Grain in Origami
51 30 2022 How Good Is DALL-E Mini at Origami?
50 11 2021 Naming Origami Models
17 0 2022 Growing Up as an Origamist
14 0 2022 Counting Sheets Is More Complex Than It Seems: On Origami Classification Part II

a.tulv.in

/dev/log • about

Atul's Programming Journals. A blog where I explore programming & Design

allaboutcoding.ghinda.com

All about coding • feed

I write here quick thoughts, ideas, tips, and learnings about programming, programmers, and building software. Most of my focus is on Ruby, Rails, Hotwire and everything about web applications

joshuarogers.net

Joshua Rogers • feed

Software development via artisanal concatenation of handcrafted strings

raymii.org

Raymii.org

981 1152 2023 My 24 year old HP Jornada can do things an iPhone still can't do
268 180 2021 Using IceWM and a Raspberry Pi as my main PC, sharing my theme, config and some
241 120 2021 Lets talk about changelogs (how I loathe 'bugfixes and performance improvements)
215 145 2020 I enforced the AGPL on my code
208 186 2013 DigitalOcean Sucks. Use DigitalOcean
161 26 2020 Bash HTTP Monitoring Dashboard
155 88 2023 Boot to Vim, Vim as Pid 1 (2014)
149 186 2021 The Common Desktop Environment (CDE) in 2021
147 76 2021 Selling my own GPL software, part 1: a lot of hurdles
134 88 2023 OpenVMS 9.2 for x86: Auto boot, licenses, PAKs, networking and SSH
128 48 2023 OpenVMS 9.2 for x86 is finally available for hobbyists
119 22 2021 VNC client running on a coffee machine
112 164 2023 Named Booleans prevent C++ bugs and save you time
72 97 2022 I enforced the AGPL on my code (2020)
69 23 2013 Set up your own truly secure, encrypted and shared file synchronization
68 62 2015 How I got a valid SSL certificate for my ISP's main domain
57 35 2020 Ubuntu Snap auto updates broke my development setup, can't turn them off
53 7 2022 Using a Windows Mobile 2003 PDA (HP iPAQ h4350) in 2022, including WhatsApp
50 8 2020 Installing OpenVMS 8.4 Alpha inside AXPbox with networking
48 1 2022 Qt 5.15.3 Open Source released (1 year after it being commercial only)

blot.im

Blot – A blogging platform with no interface. • about

Turns a folder into a blog automatically. Use your favorite text-editor to write. Text and Markdown files, Word Documents, images, bookmarks and HTML in your folder become blog posts.

555 135 2023 Blot turns a folder into a website
391 120 2018 Blot – a blogging platform with no interface
83 9 2022 Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It turns a folder into a website
75 36 2014 Show HN: Blot, a static blog powered by Dropbox
65 17 2015 Blot – blogging from a Dropbox folder

denvaar.github.io

Writing | denvaar's Site • feed

188 23 2020 Problem Solving Techniques
65 24 2020 Close Look at CSRF Tokens

photonlines.substack.com

Nick’s Substack | Nick M • aboutfeed

My personal Substack.

100 14 2023 Visualizing Neural Networks
57 6 2023 Grokking Hash Array Mapped Tries (HAMTs)
53 20 2023 Grokking AVL and RAVL Trees
34 2 2023 Intuitive Guide to Merge Sort

blog.janissary.xyz

janissary • aboutfeed

trovster.com

Trevor Morris • about

My name is Trevor Morris & I am a movie-loving, bike-riding, full-stack web developer from the UK. I love writing HTML, CSS & JavaScript. Laravel & Tailwind are my frameworks of choice.

22 4 2009 Cheat Code: a jQuery Plugin

alinpanaitiu.com

Alin Panaitiu - Personal website • feed

364 181 2021 The journey to controlling external monitors on M1 Macs
157 82 2022 Trying to get past the 500 nits limit of the MacBook Pro (and failing)
77 52 2023 The complex simplicity of my static websites
73 30 2022 Why aren't the most useful Mac apps on the App Store?

ruky.me

Rukshan's Blog - Personal Blog of Rukshan

Hi I'm Rukshan. I'm interested in IT and currently following a carrier in health informatics. I talk about computers and startups mad programming.

393 214 2022 Codeberg: A GitHub alternative from Europe
292 280 2022 Reddit can't build a better search engine
236 333 2022 I’m switching from VS Code to VS Codium
187 93 2021 Work on interesting problems. Not interesting tech
157 148 2021 Blocking Pinterest may reduce your data usage
132 154 2022 Cryptocurrencies Have Broken Almost All of Their Major Promises
111 53 2020 This Community is Available in the App
63 123 2022 Ideas that have been beaten to death
51 53 2020 Show HN: A TO-DO app that fits inside a single tweet
42 82 2023 Is it time to open source SublimeText?
28 63 2020 Starting a blog has never been this difficult
28 39 2021 BitClout is a scam, change my mind
26 21 2021 I used to love Bootstrap. God, now I just hate it
26 19 2022 The Rings of Share – the unsolved problem of sharing
20 66 2023 I was happy, sad, lost and lonely without a smartphone at the same time
16 16 2021 Why Google needs to build an open chat client like Elemen
5 6 2021 The impossible task of blocking disposable email signups
4 6 2021 Why teaching programming is so difficult?

hvalls.dev

Héctor Valls: Software Developer • about

I am Héctor Valls, a software developer with several years of experiencie. Throughout these years, I have worked with big companies and startups in very...

dotcoma.it

dotcoma - A blog • feed

21 8 2010 Ad.ly - twitter spam marketing is the future
15 4 2010 Your company's urge to tweet

xnacly.me

xnacly - blog • feed

A blog all around tech, programming and whatever im currently interested in

195 103 2023 Linux guide for power users (2022)
58 16 2023 Improving programming language performance

splitbrain.org

Welcome [splitbrain.org]

104 51 2020 Cheap Router Table and Lift
99 19 2008 Google: we're having scaling issues, please stop distributing your FF extension
73 1 2011 Command line git pull requests

alexanderlolis.com

Alexander's Blog | Alexander's Blog • aboutfeed

Blog

253 69 2022 Authorization in a Microservices World

dannyguo.com

Danny Guo • aboutfeed

487 193 2022 My seatbelt rule for judgment
273 230 2020 Serve Videos Instead of GIFs
211 294 2018 The Decline of the MacBook Pro
191 66 2023 Why I Blog
134 91 2018 Migrating from Jekyll to Hugo
65 7 2021 What I learned by re-learning HTML
38 25 2021 Automating My Air Conditioner

brajeshwar.com

Brajeshwar • feed

358 201 2011 Desingineer the mythical person every startup is looking for
24 16 2011 DeSopa Circumvents SOPA — Despite its Anti-Circumvention Measures
21 7 2012 Jobs and Hiring Youre doing it all wrong
19 10 2012 Are Indian Programmers not Programmers but just coders?
18 0 2011 "I was single. All you needed was a cup of tea, a light, and your stereo."
11 0 2011 Mastering Gamification by Gabe Zichermann [video]
10 1 2012 "Entrepreneur in Residence" Who are you kidding?

bits.com

Bits.com

117 132 2021 SQL: The difference between WHERE and HAVING
80 84 2012 Why Im Quitting My Job and Leaving San Francisco
70 43 2012 Stanley Kubrick held his own camera, so why shouldnt you?
36 18 2010 [60fps] Framerates do matter
391 264 2021 Apple redirects Google Safe Browsing traffic through proxy servers in iOS 14.5
110 38 2017 Git, Graphs and Software Engineering

dystroy.org

10.3

1448 287 2020 Broot – A new way to see and navigate directory trees
62 30 2021 How Not to Learn Rust
16 7 2021 How Not to Learn Rust
10 1 2020 Show HN: Broot 1.0, a novel terminal file manager

murphyslab.ca

Murphy's Lab • aboutfeed

blog.tracefunc.com

Index | set_trace_func • feed

Just a random coder writing about technology, web development, and various other geeky topics.

blog.rongarret.info

Rondam Ramblings

715 253 2018 MailChimp deleted my account with no warning
107 44 2019 Quantum transitions take time – the news is its experimental demonstration

annoying.technology

Annoying Technology • feed

Annoying Technology curates the daily annoyances in the technologies surrounding us.

507 274 2022 Apple AirTags draining battery of devices close by
501 454 2020 The AirPods Pro “Rattlegate”
496 316 2020 I overslept because iOS 14 disabled my alarm
359 317 2020 Preview in macOS Big Sur is destroying PDFs
295 206 2022 The ever-increasing walled-gardeness of Twitter
278 175 2020 Apple Mail randomly becomes the frontmost application in macOS
77 56 2020 Remember when you could reboot your computer without rebooting your phone first?

tbolt.space

tbolt - UI Design & Programming • aboutfeed

This is tbolt's weblog about ui design, computer programming, and other related topics

amistrongeryet.substack.com

Am I Stronger Yet? | Steve • aboutfeed

Thoughts on AI and distributed systems after 40+ years in tech.

61 85 2023 What GPT-4 Does Is Less Like “Figuring Out” and More Like “Already Knowing”
43 48 2023 The AI explosion might never happen

antoinevastel.com

Antoine Vastel Blog • feed

463 240 2023 New headless Chrome has been released and has a near-perfect browser fingerprint
222 129 2019 Detecting Chrome headless, the game goes on
115 75 2020 How to detect web bots?
102 36 2019 Canvas fingerprinting on the web
58 29 2019 Improving our homemade JavaScript obfuscator
36 9 2018 Evaluating the privacy implications of a canvas fingerprinting countermeasure
24 2 2019 Demonstration of Picasso canvas fingerprinting

preetamnath.com

Preetam Nath | Welcome to my corner on the Internet

Personal website and blog of Preetam Nath. I write about building SaaS businesses and living a good life. Thanks for visiting and say hi on Twitter if you like my stuff!

393 273 2020 Fire your bad customers
247 63 2020 Making money building Shopify micro-SaaS apps
231 79 2020 Why you should write
139 55 2020 How I grew my Shopify micro-SaaS
74 8 2020 Together vs. Alone: Thoughts on building a team
48 26 2020 Build a Minimum Loveable Product

andrewnolan.dev/blogs

Andrew Nolan's Blog • feed

Talking about educational technology and other things I find fun!

logical.li

Logically • aboutfeed

74 17 2023 Entropy in Engineering Processes
14 4 2023 DevOps: The Funeral

jeff.glass

Jeff Glass • feed

Python on the Web, focusing on PyScript and Pyodide. Occassionally microcontrollers, LEDs, and Amateur Radio

35 14 2019 Setting Up an Electronics Lab

SeanKilleen.com

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Ramblings on bytes and life.

31 54 2014 "It's the (Backblaze) restores that fail."
11 1 2015 How to Leave a Company Well

potato.horse

Important Meeting Notes • aboutfeed

Doodles and visual storytelling by Rafal Pastuszak

sudhar.xyz

ST • aboutfeed

saurish.com

Saurish Srivastava • about

Undergraduate at Princeton interested in computer science, mathematics, and philosophy. Engrossed with the details.

267 150 2022 Attacking an Ethereum L2 with Unbridled Optimism
257 58 2017 When “Dumb Pipes” Get Too Smart
165 31 2013 Exploiting a Bug in Google's Glass
139 27 2014 Competition vs. Community
107 21 2013 Android Bug Superior to Master Key
81 2 2013 Exploit (and Fix) Android "Master Key"
58 13 2013 Yet Another Android Master Key Bug
35 6 2009 Write an Internet search engine with 200 lines of Ruby code
27 8 2009 Caching Apple's Signature Server
24 3 2008 Debian ported to the android-powered T Mobile G1
21 7 2008 IPhone Applications in Python
14 5 2012 How CloudFlare's injected preloader accidentally locks up WebKit
12 0 2009 Erlang Factory 2009 (Erlang Con) writeup

bbbhltz.codeberg.page

bbbhltz • aboutfeed

welcome to my blog

hiteshyadav.substack.com

Hitesh Writes | Hitesh Yadav • aboutfeed

My personal Substack.

elliottslaughter.com

Elliott Slaughter's Home Page • aboutfeed

180 160 2023 What are the enduring innovations of Lisp? (2022)
48 6 2014 Show HN: AWS Infrastructure for Stanford Course in Parallel Programming
15 9 2022 What are the enduring innovations of Lisp? (2022)

l-o-o-s-e-d.net

loosed | Design and Technology Blog by Daniel Tompkins • aboutfeed

A collection of writings on art, design, technopolitics, network culture, and the information society by Daniel Tompkins.

235 79 2020 Receiving images of Earth from satellites with software defined radio
102 98 2020 WSL2 – Installation Tutorial for Graphical Windows Subsystem on Linux
73 50 2020 Chat server on a WiFi-enabled SD card
27 9 2021 Vim Clutch – A Hardware Pedal for Vim

joshuakeel.com

Joshua Keel • aboutnow

75 54 2011 A response to Node.js is cancer - The Diagnosis

ben.bolte.cc

Hello | Ben's Blog • aboutfeed

donatstudios.com

The Internet Home of Jesse Donat — Donat Studios

217 158 2020 Go modules have a v2+ problem
216 147 2018 GitHub shouldn't allow username reuse
172 188 2018 Problems with CSVs (2016)
133 143 2019 The Joys of Unix Keyboards
87 108 2016 Problems with CSVs
21 6 2013 Go Binary Sizes Are Growing out of Control
7 7 2023 Releasing my tools under the MIT License was probably a mistake

everttimberg.io

Evert Timberg • feed

Evert Timberg, Software developer and architect in Toronto

whynot.fail

WhyNot.Fail - Why not fail? • feed

Cause when you fail, somebody has to laugh at you

11 3 2020 Let's Encrypt the house – how I use LE for my internal homelab setup

snarfed.org

snarfed.org | Ryan Barrett's blog • aboutfeed

432 526 2023 The Twitter API is now effectively unmaintained
187 157 2022 We're Drowning
32 3 2023 Translating/bridging across multiple protocols and identities (via federation)

theblackcat102.github.io

Random Notes – Some random post of my study research and other random stuff • aboutfeed

Some random post of my study research and other random stuff

andrestc.com

andrestc.com · André Carvalho • feed

179 11 2017 Using cgroups to limit I/O
11 0 2017 Linux Delay Accounting

explosionduck.com

Technical Blog • feed

I write articles about technical stuff here.

justinhj.github.io

Functional[Justin] • feed

Justin is a British/Canadian software engineer at Treasure Data, functional programming, polyglot, Neovim and Emacs.

40 18 2015 Show HN: GitHub Hovercard v0.3.3

swyx.io

swyx's site • aboutfeed

797 286 2021 AWS is playing chess, Cloudflare is playing Go
327 80 2022 Reverse-engineering the source prompts of Notion AI
219 252 2022 The world is run by people no smarter than you
218 93 2023 Create optimal conditions for lucky things to happen to you (2020)
193 193 2020 Things Markdown got wrong
131 124 2023 What Is AGI-Hard
127 167 2023 GPT4 and the Multi-Modal, Multi-Model, Multi-Everything Future of AGI
105 34 2020 The Coronavirus Recession and What It Means for Developers
85 30 2020 Mise en Place Writing
79 11 2021 The Part Time Creator Manifesto
77 85 2020 The Third Age of JavaScript
67 39 2021 80/20 is the new Half-Ass
44 13 2021 Learn in Public
43 8 2021 The Light and Dark Side of the API Economy
38 10 2020 Slack Is Fumbling Developers
37 8 2021 Why do Webdevs keep trying to kill REST?
35 4 2023 On Irresponsible Foomerism
32 11 2020 Every Public Engineering Career Ladder
19 7 2022 The End of Localhost
17 1 2022 What Building “Copilot for X” Takes

engineeringatscale.substack.com

Engineering At Scale | Animesh Gaitonde • aboutfeed

Weekly column exploring databases, system design, architecture, and the world of engineering careers. Understand complex topics in simple words. Gain valuable insights and expert advice in concise and accessible content.

19 6 2023 Introduction to Multi-Tenant Architecture

seldo.com

Seldo.com • aboutfeed

Personal website for Laurie Voss, aka @seldo

190 306 2022 Crypto: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
154 88 2023 The case for frameworks

xeiaso.net

Xe Iaso

Archmage of Infrastructure

790 337 2023 Cursorless is alien magic from the future
624 239 2023 Anything can be a message queue if you use it wrongly enough
335 493 2023 🥺: the best sudo replacement
298 151 2022 How to Store an SSH Key on a Yubikey
292 334 2022 Salary Transparency
287 78 2023 Gokrazy is cool
279 205 2023 You don't have to engage with people on the Internet
279 108 2023 Sleeping through the technical interview (2022)
229 124 2023 Reaching the Unix philosophy's logical extreme with WebAssembly
196 130 2022 Serving a high-performance blog solely from memory, using Rust
168 104 2023 Time is not a synchronization primitive
128 155 2023 This isn’t the way to speed up Rust compile times
105 92 2022 The Sheer Terror of PAM
99 61 2023 I don't know how I feel about email
88 25 2022 Building Go programs with Nix flakes
82 121 2022 The Carcinization of Go Programs
81 49 2022 The Surreal Horror of PAM (2021)
70 18 2022 Prepare for the OpenSSL 3.x Secvuln
66 62 2023 AI is a weapon to surpass Metal Gear
59 74 2022 The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe Review

meiert.com

Jens Oliver Meiert · Engineering Lead und Autor · Minimierung und Optimierung von HTML und CSS

Ich bin Jens Oliver Meiert, und ich bin ein Engineering Lead und Autor. Ich trage seit langer Zeit zum Handwerk der Frontend-Entwicklung bei; ich habe 18 Bücher und Büchlein geschrieben; und ich mag, vieles auszuprobieren. Verfolge meine Arbeit auf meiert.com.

426 156 2020 Ignore AMP
277 83 2020 A Short Guide to Minimal Web Development (2018)
111 50 2017 70% Repetition in Style Sheets: Data on How We Fail at CSS Optimization

boyter.org

Ben E. C. Boyter | Ben E. C. Boyter • feed

443 198 2023 How to start a Go project in 2023
421 271 2022 Fix it, Fork it, Fuck off (2019)
305 112 2018 How to start a Go project in 2018
238 80 2019 Processing 40TB of code from 10M projects with a dedicated server and Go
203 63 2023 If you succeed you will fail
173 53 2021 Bloom Filters: More than a space-efficient hashmap
168 33 2023 Publishing my first game using PICO-8
129 28 2021 Abusing AWS Lambda to make an Aussie search engine
118 18 2022 Building a custom code search index in Go
88 16 2018 Sloc Cloc and Code Revisited – Optimizing an Already Fast Go Application
84 78 2022 Cost of a Integer Cast in Go
70 152 2020 What does Unicode support actually mean?
66 22 2018 Sloc Cloc and Code – What Happened on the Way to Faster Cloc
61 13 2022 Processing 40 TB of code from ~10M projects with a server and Go for $100 (2019)
37 51 2023 Deduplicate a slice in Go, use sort or a map?
17 2 2022 Explore the Fediverse, but use block like a machine gun in a zombie apocalypse

qmacro.org

DJ Adams | DJ Adams • aboutfeed

Hello Hello, my name is DJ and this is my website. I'm a Developer Advocate at SAP. You can find out more about me in the About Me page....

136 38 2021 Fzf – the basics part 1 – layout
69 64 2020 The myriad meanings of pwd in Unix systems
57 4 2021 Exploring fff part 1 – main
36 7 2020 “Computer Unit” – A PDP-11/34 at my school (1979)

elliotec.com

elliotec • feed

elliotec | A software blog by Mike Elliott

193 98 2017 How to Get 100/100 Google Page Speed Score with Middleman and Nginx

fredgrott.medium.com

Fred Grott • about

Read writing from Fred Grott on Medium. Flutter Cross Platform Mobile App Design https://keybase.io/fredgrott. Every day, Fred Grott and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

alesruzicka.eu

Software developer - AlesRuzicka.eu • feed

I have 13 years of experience in delivering software solutions, analysis to deployment

wyounas.com

Hello and welcome! | Waqas Younas' Personal Website.

Hello, welcome to Waqas Younas' personal website.

61 34 2021 Work-life balance: A perspective from Jack Nicklaus
57 40 2021 Boring Problems Need Attention Too

tidings.potato.horse

The (Medieval) Times • about

Your biased and hallucinated news source curated by a team of talented, dead writers

wcedmisten.fyi

William Edmisten • feed

365 119 2022 Self Hosting a Google Maps Alternative with OpenStreetMap
151 33 2023 Mapping hospital accessibility with OpenStreetMap

antoniosbarotsis.github.io/

Tony's Portfolio • aboutfeed

Antonios Barotsis Portfolio Website

timseverien.com

Tim Severien - Front end webdeveloper and technical writer • feed

Front end webdeveloper and technical writer

130 141 2023 Telemetry in Front-End Tools

matthewhall.com

Matthew Hall • feed

Writing about technology, product, startups, remote work, and life. CTO at ArborXR

er4hn.info

er4hn • feed

159 140 2023 Tacit Knowledge Is Dangerous
37 3 2023 Good Docs Take Great Effort

luten.dev

Eddy Luten • feed

Eddy Luten’s personal blog with posts of dubious quality since 2006

johnnyreilly.com

johnnyreilly | johnnyreilly • aboutfeed

The blog of John Reilly ❤️🌻

125 92 2023 How I ruined my SEO

blog.nobugware.com

Fabrice Aneche • aboutfeed

Tech blog, mainly about ops & backend dev, eletronics & amateur radio.

294 117 2022 Surprising result while transpiling C to Go
287 66 2018 My Own Car System, Rear Camera, Offline Maps and Routing with Go
17 0 2019 Nomad an Alternative to Kubernetes
16 0 2020 Free self hosted maps for all (as simple as Docker run)
10 0 2019 Load Balancing Inside Kubernetes, L7 Proxies, Mesh Network or Client Balancing

hugotunius.se

Blog - Hugo Tunius • feed

124 81 2020 Flutter Web: A Fractal of Bad Design
90 76 2023 Flutter Web: A Fractal of Bad Design (2020)
36 20 2021 An Analysis of Privacy on the App Store
20 6 2023 The Great Pendulum

adamconrad.dev

Engineering Manager at Meta • Advisor • Speaker • Writer - Adam C. Conrad • feed

The website and home of engineering leader Adam C. Conrad.

138 33 2020 How to Try Out Management
43 47 2020 The Big Five in tech are paying like the Big Four in sports

evjang.com

Eric Jang | Personal website and blog of Eric Jang. • feed

Personal website and blog of Eric Jang.

265 259 2022 The Machine Learning Job Market
91 38 2021 To Understand Language Is to Understand Generalization
61 3 2022 How can we make robotics more like generative modeling?
46 4 2021 Just Ask for Generalization
46 1 2023 Just Ask for Generalization (2021)
19 2 2023 Haikus about Effective Altruism
16 15 2022 Ranking YC W22 companies with a neural net

amadeuspagel.com

Amadeus Pagel's Newsletter • aboutfeed

whatever crosses my mind.

36 38 2023 Infinitely Nested Window Management
33 45 2023 Bad Speech
2 9 2023 The Tragedy of Twitter
2 5 2023 The Case Against the Desktop

hallada.net

Tyler Hallada • feed

Musings on technology, literature, and interesting topics

june.kim

June Kim • aboutfeed

Thoughts on software, life, and everything

questionableengineering.com

Page 1 | Questionable Engineering • about

A collection of pointless, random, and probaly bad ideas

leadership.garden

Leadership Garden • feed

Your guide to engineering leadership

220 51 2022 The Guide to Onboarding Software Engineers
133 159 2023 Zoom fatigue unpacked
104 91 2023 Demystifying burnout – A deep dive into its symptoms and remedies
94 53 2022 How to approach and prioritize technical debt
13 5 2022 The Most Important Characteristics of High-Performance Teams

borretti.me

Fernando Borretti

Personal website of Fernando Borretti.

561 262 2023 Effective Spaced Repetition
337 192 2022 Unbundling Tools for Thought
331 306 2023 Why Lisp Syntax Works
246 86 2022 Lessons from Writing a Compiler
211 220 2023 Shells are two things
211 120 2022 Austral: A systems language with linear types and capabilities
197 42 2022 Astronomical Calculations for Hard SF in Common Lisp
169 89 2023 NixOS for the Impatient
137 226 2023 And yet It Understands
136 148 2021 Signed integers are asymmetrical
108 314 2023 Why checked exceptions failed
106 26 2023 Language Pragmatics Engineering
83 80 2023 Sketch of a Post-ORM
78 90 2023 Test Against Reality
74 95 2023 A Brief Defense of XML
64 43 2023 Roam, Twenty Years Before Roam
52 12 2023 The Best of Orion's Arm
37 43 2023 Two Years of OCaml
32 6 2022 Simplicity and Survival
23 1 2023 How Austral’s Linear Type Checker Works

joshghent.com

Developer Musings | Josh Ghent — Developer Musings • feed

Self-taught software developer and solo-maker. Creating fun products and writing about my journey. Helping to teaching new developers about breaking into the industry and improving workflows in your development team.

onlineornot.com

OnlineOrNot - Uptime Monitoring and Status Pages - OnlineOrNot • about

OnlineOrNot monitors your websites and APIs, letting you know instantly if anything goes wrong.

266 132 2021 What the Fastly outage can teach us about writing error messages
241 52 2022 What I learned running a SaaS for a year
38 13 2022 Communicating to Users During Incidents
38 0 2021 Six months in: How the SaaS that was built in 7 days is going
25 29 2023 On Writing Better Error Messages
21 5 2023 What I learned running a SaaS for a second year

usebox.net

Welcome - usebox.net

Welcome: this is jjm's home at usebox.net.

273 65 2014 Post mortem of my one game a month
84 20 2019 DAN64, an AVR based 8-bit microcomputer
43 5 2015 Show HN: An AVR based 8-bit Microcomputer

frest.substack.com

FREST Substack | Guyren Howe • aboutfeed

The substack for FREST: computing for everyone.

lukeb.co.uk

Hey, I'm Luke! // Luke Bonaccorsi - Web Developer • feed

Hi, I'm Luke! I'm a self-taught web developer/software engineer with expertise in building scalable, performant websites using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

3 8 2018 HTTPS with a Custom Domain on GitHub Pages

fasterthanli.me

aboutfeed

amos loves to tinker

1444 330 2021 A half-hour to learn Rust
927 148 2020 A half-hour to learn Rust
902 141 2022 The HTTP crash course nobody asked for
748 525 2022 Lies we tell ourselves to keep using Golang
717 492 2020 I Want Off Mr. Golang's Wild Ride
475 130 2021 Understanding Rust futures by going way too deep
461 134 2022 I won free load testing
428 464 2022 I want off Mr. Golang’s Wild Ride (2020)
359 64 2020 What's in a Linux Executable?
337 177 2022 Some mistakes Rust doesn't catch
298 214 2021 Why is my Rust build so slow?
280 234 2023 Just paying Figma because nothing else works
227 96 2023 A terminal case of Linux
219 79 2023 A half-hour to learn Rust (2020)
200 139 2023 The bottom emoji breaks rust-analyzer
169 74 2021 What's in the Box?
164 108 2022 When rustc explodes
142 38 2022 Request Coalescing in Async Rust
130 147 2022 Lies we tell ourselves to keep using Golang
127 51 2021 My ideal Rust workflow

pikuma.com

Pikuma: Fundamentals of computer science and mathematics • about

Video books and courses to learn computer science, programming, and mathematics.

348 51 2023 Fundamental Math for Game Developers
145 24 2022 Pikuma: Isometric Projection in Game Development
142 48 2023 The Evolution of Vi and Vim
126 50 2022 DOS/4GW and Protected Mode (2021)
72 10 2022 Learn 3D Computer Graphics Programming from scratch
69 6 2023 Oversimplified History of Retro Game Consoles for Programmers
22 1 2023 Fundamental Math for Game Developers
13 7 2022 Learn 2D Game Physics Engine Programming
11 1 2022 Creating a Game Physics Engine with C++

benjcal.space

Ben Calderon's Web Page • feed

50 16 2023 The Adventures of Writing a CHIP8 Emulator
11 0 2023 The Adventures of Writing a CHIP8 Emulator – Part 2

joshwithers.blog

Josh Withers • feed

Everything I find interesting or beautiful

94 73 2021 Tap your phone at Gold Coast bus stops to access my website

ahnfelt.medium.com

Joakim Ahnfelt-Rønne • about

Read writing from Joakim Ahnfelt-Rønne on Medium. MSc Computer Science, working with functional programming in the industry — github.com/ahnfelt. Every day, Joakim Ahnfelt-Rønne and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

10 2 2021 Show HN: Row Polymorphism Crash Course

paulrobertlloyd.com

Paul Robert Lloyd • feed

an independent designer, writer and occasional speaker based in Brighton, England.

113 134 2023 The continuing tragedy of CSS

jonandnic.com

jonandnic dot com - you never know just how you look through other people's eyes • feed

they won't see us waving from such great heights

193 230 2023 Old man yells at cloud

spapas.github.io

/var/

190 70 2017 My essential django package list
42 43 2017 Using both Python 2 and 3 in Windows

jarv.is

Jake Jarvis – Front-End Web Developer in Boston, MA • feed

Hi there! I'm a frontend web developer based in Boston, Massachusetts specializing in the JAMstack, modern JavaScript frameworks, and progressive web apps.

246 205 2023 Does Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1 DNS Block Archive.is? (2019)
181 116 2021 Does Cloudflare's 1.1.1.1 DNS Block Archive.is? (2019)
164 86 2019 How to Automatically Backup a Linux VPS to a Separate Cloud Storage Service

blog.kronis.dev

feed

My blog, where i attempt to collect my thoughts and share the occasional interesting topic with others

319 281 2021 Never update anything
170 113 2021 The good things in the current age in tech
51 12 2022 Moduliths: Because we need to scale, but we also cannot afford microservices
19 5 2021 Stable Software Release System

blackshaw.substack.com

George Blackshaw | George Blackshaw 🤘🎸🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 • aboutfeed

Rants, raves, opinions, profanity.

369 732 2021 “Location-Based Pay” – Who are we to complain?
49 50 2021 A Follow-Up to “Location-Based Pay”
29 34 2022 The “Great Reset” is too stupid to be a conspiracy
27 32 2023 A bad acid trip nearly ruined my life
13 0 2021 Should You Become a “Digital Nomad”? Some Honest Reflections

liza.io

Liza Shulyayeva • feed

667 430 2015 My Livecoding.tv account deletion saga
13 2 2014 Lita, the ChatOps framework for Ruby, version 4 released

adrianhon.substack.com

Have You Played? | Adrian Hon • aboutfeed

The games you should (and shouldn't) play, and how to think about them.

chrisfrew.in

Chris' Full Stack Blog • feed

All posts from July 1, 2023 to October 2, 2022

group.miletic.net/en/blog/

GASERI Blog • aboutnowfeed

Group for Apps and Services on Exascale Research Infrastructure is a research, development, and teaching unit at FIDIT + MedRi.

209 209 2022 Don't Use RAR

iamnotarobot.substack.com

I Am Not a Robot | Diego Basch • aboutfeed

The darkest side of the technological toast, with some philosophical butter.

71 29 2023 You probably shouldn't use OpenAI's embeddings
69 27 2023 Generating SQL with LLMs for fun and profit
55 34 2023 Why I am starting a hardcore tech company in my 50s
31 112 2023 AGI Doom and the Drake Equation

yehudacohen.substack.com

Fun With The Cloud | Yehuda Cohen • aboutfeed

There's this whole world of cloud to explore together. Let's go!

28 68 2022 What would make AWS even better

nickjanetakis.com

From Development to Production — Nick Janetakis • about

Hi, I'm Nick. I'm a full stack developer and teacher who focuses on building and deploying web apps. Take a look at my blog or courses.

514 139 2021 Best practices around creating production ready web apps with Docker Compose
378 275 2019 Vim Is Saving Me Hours of Work When Writing Books and Courses
338 153 2018 Microservices Are Something You Grow Into, Not Begin With
260 149 2023 Payment systems while working at a pizza place
260 98 2018 A Recycled IP Address Caused Me to Pirate Books by Accident
239 184 2018 Using GnuCash as a Freelancer to Track Finances and Prepare Taxes
199 156 2022 How to start a successful freelance business as a software developer (2017)
177 303 2019 Why the Amazon Basics Keyboard Is My Favorite Keyboard
114 25 2017 Run the First Edition of Unix with Docker
109 178 2022 How to pick a good monitor for software development
70 21 2020 Benchmarking Debian vs. Alpine as a base Docker image (2018)
60 24 2022 Install Docker in WSL 2 Without Docker Desktop
50 47 2019 80 Characters per Line Is a Standard Worth Sticking to Even Today
49 8 2021 How to Record Great Sounding / High Quality Audio at Home
39 21 2022 How to secure your notes and home network when using a company laptop?
31 55 2019 I Tried Linux as My Main Dev Environment but Was Forced Back to Windows
20 4 2020 Setting Up Docker for Windows and WSL to Work Flawlessly
13 0 2020 Setting Up Docker for Windows and WSL to Work Flawlessly

linus.dev

Home — Linus Groh • feed

I'm a self-taught developer interested in many things! These days most of my open source work is related to SerenityOS in one way or another, where I'm a maintainer and help building its very own JavaScript engine and web browser :^)

47 2 2023 Road to Working on SerenityOS and Ladybird Full-Time
40 3 2022 How to Build a Standalone GUI Application for SerenityOS
14 2 2021 My Journey with SerenityOS, So Far
10 0 2022 Ladybird Browser: Year in Review (2022)

nkantar.com

Nik Kantar • aboutnowfeed

Pythonista, SoCal Python + PyBeach organizer, Instil engineer, motorcyclist, bicyclist, zoo dad, Katie’s even taller half, he/him…

simonwillison.net/

Simon Willison’s Weblog

3363 1674 2023 Bing: “I will not harm you unless you harm me first”
874 471 2022 Stable Diffusion is a big deal
811 369 2023 Large language models are having their Stable Diffusion moment
702 505 2023 AI-enhanced development makes me more ambitious with my projects
668 131 2023 Embeddings: What they are and why they matter
620 266 2021 Open source projects should run office hours
546 457 2023 We need to tell people ChatGPT will lie to them, not debate linguistics
508 175 2023 Prompt injection explained, with video, slides, and a transcript
503 203 2023 Exploring GPTs: ChatGPT in a trench coat?
471 95 2020 Git scraping: track changes over time by scraping to a Git repository
462 203 2023 Prompt injection: what’s the worst that can happen?
436 59 2020 Personal Data Warehouses: Reclaiming Your Data
432 130 2023 Understanding GPT tokenizers
430 170 2023 Could you train a ChatGPT-beating model for $85k and run it in a browser?
411 88 2017 How to set up continuous deployment using free hosted tools
386 374 2021 It doesn't take much public creativity to stand out as a job candidate
385 147 2022 Using GPT-3 to explain how code works
347 306 2023 Lawyer cites fake cases invented by ChatGPT, judge is not amused
333 90 2022 What to blog about
326 55 2020 Building a self-updating profile README for GitHub

blog.adnansiddiqi.me

Adnan's Random bytes

Programming, entrepreneurship and life hacks

45 4 2021 Visualizing Python modules and dependencies with Neo4j
18 3 2018 Getting started with Elasticsearch in Python

rushter.com

Artem Golubin (rushter)

265 33 2019 Memory Management in Python
208 108 2020 How to track and display profile views on GitHub
131 43 2018 Optimization tricks in Python: lists and tuples
127 18 2018 Python's GIL implemented in pure Python
112 45 2018 How Numba and Cython speed up Python code

werd.io

156 225 2023 Unions work
55 104 2023 Return To Office is all about power
18 0 2022 Tech on Juneteenth
13 0 2023 Newsrooms don't need to cede control to social media
11 8 2022 The End of Twitter
11 0 2018 Article 13 makes it official. It's time to embrace decentralization
10 5 2020 The tech industry is culpable for Trump
6 6 2022 “Free speech” networks and anti-semitism
4 5 2023 Second Thoughts about Threads

unsungnovelty.org

unsungNovelty • feed

unsungNovelty section - Data, Information accessibility and Security.

xenodium.com

Álvaro Ramírez • feed

289 86 2023 My Emacs eye candy
171 37 2023 A ChatGPT Emacs Shell
127 49 2022 An accentuated Emacs experiment (à la macOS)
74 90 2022 $ rm Important.txt (uh oh)
66 1 2023 Show HN: Shell-maker, a maker of Emacs shells
59 2 2023 ChatGPT visits the Emacs doctor
57 15 2022 Emacs: ffmpeg and macOS aliasing commands
54 6 2022 Emacs: Quickly Killing Processes
12 0 2022 Emacs DWIM: swiper vs. isearch vs. phi-search

garden.bradwoods.io

Brad Woods' Digital Garden • aboutfeed

Notes about web design & engineering.

663 119 2023 Juice
370 94 2023 3D in CSS
183 122 2023 User Driven UI
26 1 2021 Show HN: SQL Basics
18 2 2022 Show HN: Writing as a Software Engineer
10 1 2023 CSS Blend Modes

alexdelorenzo.dev

Alex DeLorenzo - Software Engineer • feed

Articles, blog and software by Alex DeLorenzo. Check out Alex's software, articles and open source contributions here.

174 51 2020 Use Unix Pipes to Improve Chromecast Playback

gero.dev

Gero Gerke — Freelancer • feed

Personal portfolio and blog of Gero Gerke. Freelance Developer with a focus on Frontend- and Mobile-Development and Student at RWTH Aachen University.

dSebastien.net

Sébastien Dubois

I write about knowledge management, software development, productivity, entrepreneurship, bootstrapping, management, and leadership.

263 69 2022 25+ years of personal knowledge management
85 49 2022 Why take and make notes
59 26 2022 The Feynman Technique
57 48 2022 Startup failure stories: 20 months in, 2K hours spent and 200K € lost (2021)

siddhesh.substack.com

Obvious Bicycle | Siddhesh • aboutfeed

Thoughts on literature, tech, TV, music, Indian-ness, and everything else.

365 215 2021 Chess.com vs. Lichess
335 251 2021 Culture shock
275 78 2023 Lessons from a never-ending personal project
15 2 2021 The Sopranos: Endings and Non-Endings

eieio.games

eieio.games | eieio writes about games • feed

A blog about learning to build games

639 58 2023 Flappy Dird: Flappy Bird Implemented in MacOS Finder
208 19 2023 Implementing Wordle in the Firefox address bar

martinrue.com

Martin Rue • feed

Martin Rue: Programmer, maker, language learner. Founder of Yakk – language learning books like you've never seen before.

375 68 2020 Coding Stories: Me vs. the VNC Guy
229 49 2020 My Engineering Axioms
203 151 2019 How Does Esperanto Sound?
174 177 2018 Today is Esperanto Day – here’s why I learned it
131 29 2023 To be productive, be prepared
100 16 2020 Give Yourself More Playtime (2015)
69 78 2019 Today is Esperanto Book Day – why I learned it (2018)
30 1 2023 Get Into Motion

caiustheory.com

Latest - CaiusTheory • feed

510 233 2017 Git git git git git
42 14 2013 Ruby DATA
41 24 2013 Small Refactorings in Ruby
33 27 2013 Evil Ruby
26 17 2011 Why recruiters should be careful about spamming small developer communities

kevq.uk

Kev Quirk • about

Kev Quirk:

904 296 2019 Please Add RSS Support to Your Site
442 537 2020 Is Dark Mode Such a Good Idea?
389 175 2018 How Does Mastodon Work?
341 139 2021 Forget Twitter Threads; Write a Blog Post Instead
269 250 2018 Why I'm Ditching Android
233 255 2019 I Nearly Lost All of My Data
118 165 2020 Why Lobste.rs Is Better Than Hacker News
65 96 2022 Is DuckDuckGo, DuckDuckDone?
51 23 2022 I replied to a sponsored content email
40 8 2020 Synology vs. Nextcloud – Which Is Better for a Home Server?
33 12 2020 Email Is Not Broken
33 7 2019 Privacy vs. “I Have Nothing to Hide”
25 24 2020 Domain Squatters Are the Scum of the Earth
19 6 2022 I Broke My MacBook User Profile by Deleting a Single Folder
17 10 2020 Centralisation and Mastodon
12 4 2019 Why You Shouldn't Use Facebook
11 1 2019 How Browser Fingerprinting Works
9 5 2022 What’s the Alternative to Firefox?

martinheinz.dev

Martin Heinz | Personal Website & Blog • feed

Martin Heinz's personal website & blog

501 148 2020 Guide to Python Debugging
229 164 2021 Functools – The Power of Higher-Order Functions in Python
223 215 2020 Making Python Programs Blazingly Fast
109 23 2023 Make your CLI demos a breeze with zero stress and zero mistakes
88 56 2021 The unknown features of Python's `operator` module
88 52 2019 Setup for Your Next Golang Project
80 79 2022 Upcoming Python features brought to you by Python Enhancement Proposals
49 0 2022 Python Magic Methods You Haven't Heard About
44 8 2020 Networking Tools Every Developer Needs to Know
43 4 2023 Real Multithreading Is Coming to Python
36 6 2023 Python's Missing Batteries: Essential Libraries You're Missing Out On
34 30 2023 I Will Never Use Alpine Linux Ever Again
33 8 2022 End to end monitoring with minimal effort
32 17 2023 Goodbye Etcd, Hello PostgreSQL: Running Kubernetes with an SQL Database
31 2 2019 Going Serverless with OpenFaaS and Golang – Building Optimized Templates
29 1 2022 Python F-Strings Are More Powerful Than You Might Think
24 3 2022 Python CLI Tricks That Don't Require Any Code Whatsoever
23 7 2022 Should You Be Using Python’s Walrus Operator? (Yes. and Here’s Why)
19 11 2023 The Right Way to Run Shell Commands from Python
19 1 2022 It’s Time to Say Goodbye to These Obsolete Python Libraries

mustafaakin.dev

Mustafa Akın • feed

Co-founder at @Resmo, previously Principal SRE at @Atlassian, Opsgenie

182 197 2021 Running IntelliJ Idea with JDK 17 for Better Render Performance with Metal

Matthewc.dev

Matthew C Dev • feed

Matthew Carlson's Personal Website

189 228 2023 An unexpected benefit of unit tests
93 108 2022 Simple passwordless authentication for web projects
46 38 2022 Watching the Greatest Hits from the Last 120 Years
35 7 2021 A state syncing framework based on Vuex and rollback netcode

grgv.xyz

139 17 2021 Show HN: JavaScript Program Synthesis
13 1 2023 Show HN: Browser-based robot simulator with Three.js and rapier.js

x0axz.com

x0axz's Blog • about

This blog delves into machine intelligence, focusing on novel systems and algorithms, and provides comprehensive documentation with visuals and interactivity.

119 9 2023 Show HN: An Interactive Guide to Teach Derivatives and Backpropagation

canolcer.com

Can's blog • feed

Can's thoughts and opinions on the world.

261 131 2021 The metaverse is already here, it's called the internet
28 31 2022 Start Paying for Internet Stuff
24 98 2021 Cryptos can't fix societal, political or economic problems
22 9 2022 Fellow software developers: Stop building on blockchain tech
11 0 2022 Hybrid work is not remote work
10 2 2023 EU is a counter-weight for tech regulation

outofthecomfortzone.frantzmiccoli.com

Out Of The Comfort Zone • feed

All Posts 02 Jul 2023 » A Battle in Ukraine Can Change API Terms 29 Apr 2023 » Society & Generative Models: Who Will Teach the Teachers 21 Apr 2023 » Society & Generative Models: a Contemporary Paperclip Maximizer 28 Mar 2023 » Society & Generative Models: the AI Train 07 Mar 2023 » Society & Generative M...

11 0 2023 A Contemporary Paperclip Maximizer

stefanjudis.com

Developer, writer and speaker | Stefan Judis Web Development • feed

I love building things for the web. And I love writing sharing things about the web.

339 152 2020 Git commit accepts several message flags (-m) to allow multiline commits
77 32 2020 How to force yourself to leave the computer using the leave command
74 79 2020 Say goodbye to resource-caching across sites and domains
62 74 2023 I don't need to clean up my desktop and downloads folders in macOS (2021)
29 6 2021 Highlights of the HTTP Archive Web Almanac 2021
22 2 2022 Suffix Aliases (-S) in Zsh

gavinr.com

Gavin Rehkemper • aboutfeed

Maps, Open Data, JavaScript and Python from Gavin Rehkemper

blog.webb.page

the webb blog

Welcome to Paul Anthony Webb's corner of the 'Net where he'll regale you with whatever he finds interesting.

156 105 2019 A Personal API
80 164 2021 Why the Job Search Sucks (2018)
56 38 2019 The Future of the Operating System: Revisited, Part 1
46 28 2021 How to setup a Handshake site with Caddy
30 18 2020 In favor of small modules and plumbing
20 18 2021 The Internet is not broken

asindu.xyz

Asindu's Journal • about

57 44 2022 Random walk in 2 lines of J
13 2 2022 Math for the Layman

hacdias.com

Henrique Dias • feed

Henrique is interested in web infrastructure, decentralized systems, and making tools for developers and users. He likes coffee and tea alike. Currently works as a Software Engineer at Protocol Labs.

climateer.substack.com

Climateer | Steve • aboutfeed

Making sense of the challenge of climate change.

394 426 2022 I liked the idea of carbon offsets until I tried to explain it
287 632 2022 We can do better than “same, but electric”
234 327 2022 How should net metering affect your electric bill?
213 81 2022 I finally understand methane lifetimes
120 140 2022 Everyone gets numbers wrong, even the New York Times
75 96 2023 Dedicated biomass is not a good idea

rafibayer.github.io/

Rafi's Blog • about

A blog about various programming topics, mostly focused on Rust and languages.

chasem.co

Chase McCoy • feed

Chase McCoy explores, builds, & writes about the web.

155 413 2023 Reasons the banking crisis isn’t a repeat of 2008
43 33 2019 System requirements

muhammadraza.me

Muhammad | Personal Blog where I write about things I learn or discover. • feed

Personal Blog where I write about things I learn or discover.

269 190 2021 My Favorite One Liners
251 194 2023 My favorite Vim oneliners for text manipulation
161 110 2023 Using command line to process CSV files (2022)

blog.mariom.pl

/home/mariom • feed

Mariusz "mariom" Kozakowski's attempt at blogging vol 1.33.7

silvestar.codes

My home ✣ S.Bistrović • feed

Silvestar is building modern, performant, and SEO-optimized websites since 2012 using the best coding practices to deliver the best experience for every user.

60 74 2021 My rant about React
39 57 2023 Page builders might not be a good idea
17 2 2019 Show HN: Code Line Daily

ethicalads.io

Developer Ad Network with privacy built in - EthicalAds

EthicalAds is a an ad network for developers that takes privacy seriously. We use powerful content targeting to match ads with the right audience without any user tracking.

206 83 2021 Invasive ad targeting is bad for journalism and other high-quality publishers
189 74 2022 Show HN: EthicalAds – Privacy-first ad network for developers
50 58 2021 Handling 100 Requests per Second with Python and Django

mikenikles.com

www.mikenikles.com • aboutfeed

Content about developer experience, full-stack web development, tech careers, and whatever else crosses my mind.

vitovan.com

Vito Van • aboutfeed

Life sucks, right?

237 95 2016 Dinosaur and Lisp
3 0 2023 Porting Lisp Game to the Web
66 24 2023 [flagged] Jack's Ass

gigatexal.blog

Random musings on life, tech, and whatever else

44 100 2023 Sacrifice the first 13 years of your life to Google for 2M
24 11 2023 Wrote a post about sorting lines in Neovim, almost wrote an intro to Vim instead
14 13 2023 Getting Podman running on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

ntietz.com

hello! | nicole@web

846 254 2023 Write more "useless" software
351 490 2023 Names should be cute, not descriptive
288 223 2023 Throw away your first draft of your code
275 110 2023 A student asked how I keep us innovative – I don't
204 79 2023 Hurl, a terrible (but cute) idea for a language
139 131 2021 Where are we going from here? Software engineering needs formal methods
135 52 2021 Load testing is hard and the tools are not great
132 32 2023 A systematic approach to debugging
107 92 2023 Changing my relationship with GitHub Copilot
103 112 2023 I'm moving my projects off GitHub
89 47 2018 Distractions Cause Bad Code
81 47 2023 Distractions Cause Bad Code (2018)
71 20 2018 Even bad estimates are valuable if you use them right
55 35 2023 Feature flags and authorization abstract the same concept
47 52 2023 My reference was dropped, why is the compiler complaining about multiple borrow
45 21 2023 Approximating Pi Using a Cake?
26 0 2021 Drawbacks of Developing in Containers
24 4 2023 Writing Hurl's Grammar, Twice
21 0 2023 Writing a Basic Code Formatter

uglyduck.ca

UX Designer Corner

210 460 2020 Blog Anonymously
170 127 2019 Simple Does Not Mean Ugly
143 59 2020 Better Box Shadows (CSS)
80 75 2021 Setting Up 1.1.1.1 for Families on a Pi-Hole
36 6 2021 Stuffing an SSD Inside the Raspberry Pi 400
5 6 2020 Dear Google, I’m Blocking You from My Website

blog.varunramesh.net

Varun Ramesh's Blog • feed

Updates on projects and musings about technology.

108 90 2023 ChatGPT is really good at roleplaying

pcalv.es

pcalv.es • feed

Home of Paulo Coelho Alves: builder of Web things, writer of things and musician.

zachleat.com

zachleat.com

Zach Leatherman (zachleat)

122 123 2023 Defaulting on Single Page Applications
95 70 2022 Trailing slashes on URLs: Contentious or settled?
67 2 2016 A Comprehensive Guide to Font Loading Strategies
23 8 2018 Font Loading Checklist
14 1 2011 BigText Makes Text Big, a Typography jQuery Plugin
11 1 2021 The Art of Deception, Lighthouse score edition

blog.ideotec.es

The Ideotec Blog | The Ideotec Blog • aboutfeed

The official blog of Ideotec, a company dedicated to free and open source software development in Kotlin, Flutter, TypeScript, and Rust

blog.jonlu.ca

JonLuca’s Blog | JonLuca’s Blog - A blog about tech, programming, and finance • aboutfeed

JonLuca’s Blog - A blog about tech, programming, and finance

533 481 2022 Nintendo Switch prevents downgrades by irreparably blowing its own fuses (2020)
466 130 2018 Ryanair, Hamiltonian Cycles, and using graph theory to find cheap flights
308 145 2019 Reversing Safeway's private APIs to automate coupon collection
249 182 2023 Noticing when an app is only hosted in us-east-1
207 81 2020 Ryanair, Hamiltonian Cycles, and using graph theory to find cheap flights (2018)
204 349 2019 Compensation in 2019 – new grad tech offers
178 32 2018 The Federalist Papers: Author Identification Through K-Means Clustering
136 107 2020 How the Nintendo Switch prevents downgrades by irreparably blowing its own fuses
109 50 2019 Flight stats, entertainment, and trying to crack Widevine
105 130 2022 Getting a vanity phone number with four consecutive digits
102 14 2019 Obfuscated JavaScript, scam emails, and American Express
92 20 2019 Experiments and leaking company secrets through your testing infrastructure
78 8 2021 Snapshotting memory to scrape encrypted network requests
62 28 2020 Making high-fidelity audio sound like it came through the phone (2018)
58 13 2020 JavaScript Promise.all vs. Promise.allSettled
55 6 2021 Building an OpenTable Bot
42 12 2019 Illegal streams, decrypting m3u8's, building a better stream experience (2018)
31 26 2021 Making 1000 HTTP requests per second in Python
23 5 2020 Thoughts on user growth and product

tholman.com

Tims Curious Creations • feed

Welcome to the wide weird world of Tim Holman, this is the stuff he's made, and a little about how it was done.

620 170 2022 90s Cursor Effects
273 82 2022 Elevator.js (2015)

muxup.com

Muxup - Adventures in collaborative open source development • aboutfeed

118 66 2023 Storing data in pointers
95 33 2022 What's new for RISC-V in LLVM 15
81 12 2023 What's new for RISC-V in LLVM 16
80 34 2023 Let the terminal bells ring out
51 39 2023 What's new for RISC-V in LLVM 17

marcolabarile.me

MARCO LABARILE • feed

Marco Labarile’s personal website and blog.

paolomainardi.com

Paolo Mainardi • aboutfeed

I am Paolo Mainardi, founder and CTO of Sparkfabrik

193 203 2022 Docker on MacOS is slow and how to fix it

blog.klungo.no

Daniel Skogly's blog

528 140 2021 Issues with Cloudflare Images
250 172 2020 You might not need to store plaintext email addresses
103 52 2023 The washing machine in my ear, and an empty boat
55 51 2020 Using React, Redux and SSR to acommodate users without JavaScript
12 8 2020 You might not need to store (plaintext) emails

boerman.dev

FJL Boerman Blog • aboutfeed

A gathering of thoughts and personal projects

45 26 2023 Day Ahead Market adventures: capacity restrictions and negative prices

bcmullins.github.io

Brett Mullins – Researcher - Data Scientist • feed

Researcher - Data Scientist

75 3 2021 Resources for Learning Computational Complexity Theory
60 21 2022 Foreign Affairs at 100: A look back at the first issue
53 1 2020 Interesting Research Programs from the 2010s

prashantbarahi.com.np

Prashant Barahi | realpacific • feed

Welcome to my blog. Here, I share my experiences, thoughts or any discoveries with the world.

153 39 2022 Show HN: Every great read I've come across, compiled into a knowledge graph

gaganpreet.in

Gaganpreet Arora • feed

Hi, I am Gaganpreet, a software engineer based in the Netherlands. I have extensive experience on the backend, and with scalability, security and devops.

240 83 2021 Wikivoyage has disappeared from DuckDuckGo

paperless.blog

Paperless • feed

60 30 2021 echo 'I wrote a Bash book' >> /dev/world
51 60 2023 Start test names with “should” (2020)
49 44 2023 We Need Programming Mentors
45 7 2023 We Need Programming Mentors
22 13 2022 Faux Idempotency

beesbuzz.biz

busybee • aboutfeed

375 352 2022 Falsehoods programmers believe about email
176 49 2018 Most use cases of ActivityPub would be better off as Atom or RSS feeds
22 11 2020 Teageneration (or: why I don’t trust transporters) (2016)
22 2 2022 Falsehoods programmers believe about email

embracethered.com

Embrace The Red - Cybersecurity Attacks and Red Team Strategies

431 73 2020 Image Scaling Attacks
422 153 2023 Hacking Google Bard – From Prompt Injection to Data Exfiltration
103 73 2023 OpenAI Begins Tackling ChatGPT Data Leak Vulnerability
13 0 2023 ChatGPT: Indirect Prompt Injection via YouTube Transcripts

solomon.io

Sam Solomon • aboutfeed

I'm a multidisciplinary designer that has been writing, tinkering and publishing online since 2009. Occasionally I have conversations with interesting people.

160 48 2024 Designer News is Dead
7 2 2018 A Brief History of Clip Art
18 2 2014 Websites are for Humans
159 99 2014 Why I'm Done With Social Media Buttons

aakash.io

Aakash Shah @ aakash.io • about

Aakash Shah is an experienced product and growth leader who helps companies build their product and increase revenue.

tcmorris.net

Hello, I'm Thomas - mozzy.dev • feed

50 39 2010 Reverse.jar
48 26 2011 Understanding Practical API Design, Static Typing, and Functional Programming
15 29 2010 Why are there no big applications written using functional languages?
15 8 2010 Dear Java library guy
14 4 2011 Java 7
5 5 2008 What you call integration testing, I call sloppy programming

paulstamatiou.com

Technology, Design and Photography — PaulStamatiou.com

A blog covering Technology, Design and Photography from developer and designer Paul Stamatiou.

367 98 2023 Stocketa – An app I designed, built and never launched
346 99 2019 Getting Started with Security Keys
272 225 2018 Building a Lightroom PC
152 140 2023 Digital clutter: Learning to let go and stop hoarding terabytes
106 23 2022 Craft
55 76 2018 The 12.9-inch iPad Pro took me by surprise and replaced my laptop
38 81 2021 I made $50K in three days with NFTs
12 0 2019 Getting Started with Security Keys

billylo.medium.com

Billy Lo • about

Read writing from Billy Lo on Medium. I enjoy learning, creative engineering & reading. Evergreen-labs.com, Vaccine-Ontario.ca, TravelShoppingBuddy.com, Sidekick-app.com, ReportMyTest.ca.

battesonb.github.io

Byron’s Blog | A blog about web, software, computer science and related fields. • feed

A blog about web, software, computer science and related fields.

lemire.me/blog/

Daniel Lemire's blog – Daniel Lemire is a computer science professor at the Data Science Laboratory of the Université du Québec (TÉLUQ) in Montreal. His research is focused on software performance and data engineering. He is a techno-optimist and a free-speech advocate.

457 81 2019 Xor Filters: Faster and Smaller Than Bloom Filters
372 260 2021 Memory access on the Apple M1 processor
364 204 2021 Peer-reviewed papers are getting increasingly boring
291 166 2021 Stop spending so much time being trolled by billionaire corps
276 77 2021 Word-Aligned Bloom Filters
266 84 2020 Fast UTF-8 validation
258 63 2020 Simdjson 0.3: Faster JSON parser
256 212 2020 ARM MacBook vs. Intel MacBook: A SIMD Benchmark
232 286 2022 Go generics are not bad
230 214 2022 Fast midpoint between two integers without overflow
230 175 2021 Apple’s M1 processor and the full 128-bit integer product
227 103 2023 Parsing time stamps faster with SIMD instructions
210 77 2018 Fast base64 encoding and decoding
197 32 2019 Faster remainders when the divisor is a constant: beating compilers & libdivide
196 137 2022 Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts (2020)
194 133 2020 Cost of a thread in C++ under Linux
193 90 2021 Counting cycles and instructions on the Apple M1 processor
191 102 2023 Hotspot performance engineering fails
189 205 2020 Science is the belief in the ignorance of experts
188 193 2021 In C, how do you know if the dynamic allocation succeeded?

kevinlondon.com

Kevin London's blog • feed

Software Engineer at Snapchat. Ex-Amazon. M.S. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. Views are my own and not representative of my employer.

221 73 2015 Code Review Best Practices
57 30 2016 DevOps from Scratch, Part 1: Vagrant and Ansible
37 4 2022 Load testing at scale and lessons learned
20 4 2021 Getting unstuck

mbork.pl

Marcin Borkowski: Strona domowa

375 197 2023 The benefits of everything being a buffer in Emacs
119 43 2022 A few new things in Emacs 29

taoofmac.com

Tao of Mac • feed

Keeping Things Simple

165 45 2016 Python Patterns (2013)
116 15 2021 Building My Own Yahoo Pipes
23 7 2021 1Password Alternatives
18 1 2021 Building my own Yahoo Pipes
15 6 2022 The Eleventh Commandment (2004)
7 5 2023 A Fediverse Update

hipenguin.in

Sonal's Blog 🎉 • feed

My personal journal where I write articles mostly related to Quality Analysis.

quodsoler.com

Quod Soler | Unreal Engine Gameplay Programming • about

Unreal Engine gameplay tutorials. Gameplay Abilities tutorials. Learn Unreal Engine and Gameplay Programming.

gabrielgambetta.com

Gabriel Gambetta

805 116 2021 Computer Graphics from Scratch
103 11 2020 Pathfinding Demystified (2014)

atelfo.github.io

Alex’s blog • feed

Personal site for posts about my interests: the biotech industry, medicine, molecular biology, neuroscience, biorisk, science, consciousness, AI, innovation, decision making, philosophy, games, sci-fi, probability, and forecasting (among other things). I write to learn, mostly about biotech.

tylergaw.com

Tyler Gaw is a Designer & Engineer in New York City, USA • aboutfeed

A personal website. Since 2006

103 18 2017 Show HN: ColorMe

brightball.com

Brightball

Barry Jones - Fractional CTO, SAFe SPC/RTE, Gitlab PSE, DevSecOps Advocate, Instructor and Blogger

357 143 2018 Reality Driven Development: Fixing Project Management in Software
160 75 2023 The time I accidentally spent a year combatting fraud
139 68 2014 Docker is the Heroku Killer
113 104 2016 No such thing as “real programming” (2015)
26 0 2016 Insanity with Elixir, Phoenix and PostgreSQL
13 3 2023 How Microsoft Became Phishing's Biggest Enabler

varun.ch

Varun Biniwale

615 581 2023 Most 16-year-olds don't have servers in their rooms
405 56 2022 Retrieving your browsing history through a CAPTCHA
167 59 2023 Retrieving your browsing history through a CAPTCHA (2022)
123 66 2022 Exploring Google Hangouts' easter eggs

ewpratten.com

Evan Pratten • feed

Evan Pratten is a software developer, amateur radio operator, and more. This is his website.

letterstoanewdeveloper.com

Letters To A New Developer – What I wish I had known when starting my development career

What I wish I had known when starting my development career

332 100 2020 Cultivate the Skill of Undivided Attention, or “Deep Work” (2019)
215 108 2019 There are no adults in the room
212 72 2019 Avoid Working Alone
156 74 2020 Always Be Journaling (2018)
156 53 2023 Understanding people matters more than understanding tech
77 175 2019 The Surprising Number of Programmers Who Can’t Program
73 48 2022 You will ask many, many questions
64 27 2019 Learn to Look Around Corners
49 70 2020 Always leave the code better than you found it
24 6 2019 The Best Code Is No Code
23 7 2019 Learn a little jq, Awk and sed
23 0 2023 Learn How to Build Tools
15 3 2022 “Work will never love you back”
13 16 2020 I Got a Job Two Weeks After My Coding Bootcamp
12 2 2021 But First, Don’t Do the Dishes
11 1 2023 Sometimes you just have to ship it (2020)
10 11 2022 But First, Don’t Do the Dishes
10 6 2020 Someday, You Won’t Want to Code for a Living

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655 575 2019 MacBook Pro Keyboard Drives Me Crazy
37 29 2022 A Replacement for Strong Parameters

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17 1 2023 Hardware Essentialism – Choose your own computing adventure

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52 32 2023 How to Convert Bytes to Grams
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51 34 2010 Oracle is the Borg: Enterprise Software Development Will Be Assimilated
26 18 2010 Why is APC So Lame?
18 7 2011 Open Letter to PayPal: Do the Right Thing
17 37 2011 End of an Era: No Linux Desktop at Home (after 17 years)
14 21 2011 My Email Privacy is Worth more than $36 per year
12 12 2009 Why is the Android Telephony API so limited (closed)?
11 9 2012 Simple iOS Key Value Observing (KVO) Explained
8 12 2010 Ubuntu - Brave New World? Or Jumping off a Cliff?

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I do normal science.

23 0 2018 The magic of Automatic Differentiation
12 0 2017 The Beauty of Bayesian Learning [with Demo]

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349 71 2019 Bytecode compilers and interpreters
133 30 2023 Compiling ML models to C for fun
131 39 2020 Compiling a Lisp to x86-64: Let expressions
128 31 2021 Compiling a Lisp to x86_64 (2020)
126 29 2020 Compiling a Lisp to x86-64: primitive functions
115 27 2020 Compiling a Lisp: Reader
108 50 2023 Compiling Typed Python
93 13 2020 Compiling a Lisp to x86-64: Labelled procedure calls
78 16 2022 How we use binary search to find compiler bugs
60 10 2023 A quick look at destination-driven code generation
42 9 2018 How to mess with your roommate
36 19 2021 Inline Caching: Quickening
36 3 2021 Inline Caching
27 2 2023 Building a Small REPL in Python
23 2 2022 Inline caches in the Skybison Python runtime
20 10 2023 Ninja is enough build system
20 3 2020 Compiling a Lisp to x86-64: Heap allocation
19 11 2022 Discovering Basic Blocks
18 10 2018 Driving student programs

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124 133 2021 Pavel Durov: Most studies show humanity is now less free than several years ago
111 238 2022 Kiwifarms Dropped by Their ISP
84 106 2020 Pavel Durov on the TikTok Sale to U.S. company
39 17 2020 Telegram's future plans
12 4 2020 Large Data Leaks at Intel

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Technologist from Norway that cares about creating solutions that respects people in terms of privacy, security and user experience.

517 226 2022 You don't need live chat on your website

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46 15 2023 Before the Internet, there was The Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thought

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723 147 2017 Blockchain Demo [video]
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1314 291 2019 Fast
1106 470 2018 Questions
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374 276 2020 Patrick Collison's Questions
315 239 2023 Solar
217 208 2018 Advice
189 97 2022 Fast (2019)
148 19 2019 Patrick Collison's Bookshelf
62 6 2019 Air pollution is a big deal
35 6 2020 People
13 2 2019 Fast – Examples of people quickly accomplishing ambitious things together
12 3 2019 Fast · Patrick Collison

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The New Leaf Journal is a privacy-friendly online writing magazine dedicated to publishing virid articles worth our readers’ time.

291 231 2022 Review of /e/ – Android-based alternative for mobile phones
237 134 2021 RSS as a Facebook alternative
28 11 2022 Lukol – A “Privacy” Search Engine

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103 9 2022 Wordle in Python using literate programming

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395 72 2020 Let's build a full-text search engine
285 69 2023 How RocksDB Works

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310 207 2023 Making Games
133 41 2021 How to exfiltrate code from Bitbucket
14 1 2023 Data first, not code first

friendlyskies.net

Marc Stuff

Projects and Writings of Marc Carson.

113 48 2022 Giving Haiku Beta 3 a try
55 62 2023 Why it can be a good idea to say “Thank You” to ChatGPT
10 2 2023 I Installed PCLinuxOS and I Like It So Far. Here's Why

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steverydz.com

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22 47 2023 They say that gear doesn’t matter, but it does
5 12 2022 Stop giving code examples in TypeScript
2 5 2023 The difference between functions and methods

nicolasbouliane.com

Nicolas Bouliane

I'm a former software engineer in big, beautiful Berlin

555 310 2023 I digitalized Berlin's registration form
268 155 2020 No script is too simple
190 150 2020 Trading Time for Money
170 77 2022 Digital Gardening
143 124 2022 Making Quieter Technology
65 16 2022 How I built currency conversion tooltips

viralinstruction.com

viralinstruction • feed

326 316 2021 What's bad about Julia?
226 74 2023 What scientists must know about hardware to write fast code (2020)
209 370 2022 In defense of complicated programming languages
198 179 2022 What's Great about Julia?
13 4 2023 Julia's latency: Past, present and future

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I do a lot of web development and PowerShell but my other interests include: DevOps, Personal Productivity, Family and Autism

neter.fi

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Neter is a one person company specializing in industrial anomaly detection, machine learning, Kubernetes and web technologies.

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Paweł Urbanek - Full Stack Ruby on Rails web developer and consultant, specializing in performance tuning. Experienced in building scalable APIs for startups and refactoring legacy codebases. Blogging about web development related topics.

263 34 2018 How I've built a profitable Slack bot as a side project in Rails
249 41 2022 PostgreSQL query performance bottlenecks
199 103 2021 Building Permanent and Censorship-Resistant Blog with Ethereum ENS and IPFS
182 209 2021 How I spend less time on YouTube
177 120 2021 Requests dropped when using Cloudflare’s free tier for a commercial project
58 14 2018 Optimize Dokku Deployment Speed for Ruby on Rails Apps with Dockerfile
50 8 2023 How to Improve Rails Caching with Brotli Compression
14 0 2022 How I've Made $50k Profit from a Side Project Slack Bot
12 0 2021 Show HN: PG Extras – a set of tools for debugging PostgreSQL performance issues

gavinhoward.com

Gavin D. Howard • aboutfeed

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a husband, and a computing system designer.

331 440 2023 I use C when I believe in memory safety
163 277 2021 Is It Even Worth Working on FOSS Anymore?
155 228 2021 “Static Linking Considered Harmful” Considered Harmful
142 158 2022 I Believe Zig Has Function Colors
138 141 2023 Code Is Not Technical Debt
58 11 2021 The Slippery Slope Is Not a Fallacy
54 84 2023 Rust Is Dead to Me
49 28 2023 Structured Concurrency Definition (2019)
37 18 2023 He Who Gives Up Correctness for Performance Deserves Neither
33 37 2023 Am I a Good C Programmer?
25 115 2022 Windows Will Die: 90 Minutes to Do 5 Minutes of Work
24 122 2021 Rust, Zig, and the Futility of “Replacing” C
21 47 2023 Is "source available" that bad?
18 55 2023 I Have Blocked OpenAI
14 6 2023 The Scourge of 00UB
11 11 2022 Lobste.rs Will Become an Echo Chamber
7 6 2023 Your Loved Ones Are Prisoners, and You Made the Chain

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Alex's blog of tech tips and incomplete projects

tynan.com

Tynan.com – Life Outside the Box

685 288 2023 Conversation skills essentials
230 64 2020 What Shape Are You?
135 102 2023 Getting into Pinball
17 5 2023 My Friends and I Bought an Island (2013)
2 6 2021 Negative Cash

minireference.com

NO BULLSHIT TEXTBOOKS

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242 72 2017 No bullshit guide to linear algebra – v2
99 13 2021 Generating ePub from LaTeX

bobbiechen.com

Bobbie Chen

Bobbie Chen. Product Manager at Anjuna. Human in San Francisco.

290 271 2022 Being on call sucks
197 52 2022 Some interesting malware I found
98 57 2022 Avoid Meaningless Binary Labels
32 19 2021 Counting website visitors is hard

dwayne.xyz

Dwayne.xyz • aboutfeed

Dwayne's Website

53 15 2020 Getting Audio Visualizations Working with Web Audio API

klinger.io

Andreas Klinger • feed

I am a product/eng-guy good in two things: Making people believe I am good in anything at all and making stuff worth a tweet. On this website I share notes & thoughts.

293 96 2022 Managing People
100 43 2019 How to use Gmail more efficiently (2013)

win-vector.com

Win Vector LLC – Data science advising, consulting, and training

Advising, Consulting, Training About Win Vector LLC Win Vector LLC is a San Francisco based company specializing in data science. We work in a variety of industries, with organizations both large and small. Our Win Vector blog is followed by data scientists worldwide. Read More About Win Vector LLC Service Offerings Win Vector LLC‘s services…

207 141 2023 The Sell ∀ ∃ as ∃ ∀ Scam
29 3 2023 A Time Series Apologia
27 63 2021 My Opinion on “5” == 5

blog.lawrencejones.dev

Lawrence Jones • feed

Building reliable infrastructure for GoCardless, a fast-growing fintech based in London. Focused on tackling infrastructure problems with a software engineering mindset.

318 150 2022 Want to found a startup? Work at one first
174 93 2021 On working too hard: finding balance, and lessons learned from others
95 12 2019 Building a PostgreSQL load tester
54 11 2023 Use your database to power state machines
46 27 2021 We compress Pub/Sub messages and more, saving a load of money
34 43 2022 Hacking sum types with Go generics
17 7 2022 Weird stuff and how to test it
12 6 2020 Why you need a service registry
12 4 2022 Fixing flaky dbt tests with a sync cutoff

notes.eatonphil.com

Notes on software development | notes.eatonphil.com • feed

Notes on software development

430 54 2020 Writing a SQL database from scratch in Go
313 120 2020 Standard ML in 2020
279 63 2022 Let's build a distributed Postgres proof of concept
272 79 2023 Implementing a distributed key-value store on top of implementing Raft in Go
203 76 2022 SMTP protocol basics from scratch in Go: receiving email from Gmail
190 145 2021 Parser generators vs. handwritten parsers: surveying major languages in 2021
168 21 2022 Writing a document database from scratch in Go: Lucene-like filters and indexes
161 113 2021 Writing a simple JSON library from scratch: a tour through modern C++
156 70 2022 What's the big deal about embedded key-value databases?
133 29 2022 Writing a minimal Lua implementation with a virtual machine from scratch in Rust
123 59 2021 My Favorite Software Subreddits
113 74 2020 The case for comments in code
104 7 2022 Bootloader Basics
100 29 2021 Enumerating and analyzing 40 non-V8 JavaScript implementations
96 15 2022 Is it worth writing about?
96 12 2023 Metaprogramming in Zig and parsing CSS
77 16 2023 How do databases execute expressions?
76 62 2023 Errors and Zig
69 21 2021 Exploring PL/pgSQL: Strings, arrays, recursion, and parsing JSON
69 15 2021 Practical? Common Lisp on the JVM: A quick intro to ABCL for modern web apps

ayende.com

Ayende @ Rahien

242 236 2022 Modern programming languages require generics
242 121 2021 Looking into Zig
215 67 2016 Re: Why Uber Engineering Switched from Postgres to MySQL
200 295 2017 The struggle with Rust
175 41 2019 Making Money from Open-Source Software
173 27 2021 Looking into Odin and Zig
165 137 2017 I was wrong, reflecting on the .NET design choices
151 265 2022 Criticizing Hare language approach for generic data structures
145 38 2023 The subtleties of proper B+Tree implementation
135 67 2018 Reading the NSA’s codebase: LemonGraph review
127 86 2017 Inventory management in MongoDB: A design philosophy I find baffling
116 194 2017 A response to “Why you can't be a good .NET developer” (2016)
109 57 2016 Timing the time it takes to parse time
87 21 2019 Writing my network protocol in Rust
63 40 2021 Sorted Integer Compression
61 38 2018 If you stay in the office any longer, I’ll start charge you rent
44 8 2016 RavenDB 4.0 Indexing Benchmark
37 8 2019 Comparing C and Rust Network Protocol Exercises
29 25 2022 Modern programming languages require generics
26 56 2021 Reading Candidates’ GitHub Profiles

jmmv.dev

Julio Merino (jmmv.dev) • feed

Julio Merino’s blog. Essays on software development with a focus on quality and production engineering. Mostly.

691 343 2021 Always Be Quitting
597 346 2023 Fast machines, slow machines
548 225 2023 test, [, and [[ (2020)
362 241 2020 Windows Subsystem for Linux: The lost potential
83 18 2022 EndBASIC 0.10: Core language, evolved
70 66 2020 rc.d belongs in libexec, not etc
68 43 2022 Down the memory lane with OS/2 (2020)
63 24 2022 Show HN: I've built my own simple website analytics
57 45 2021 Why am I wasting time on EndBASIC?
54 19 2023 Making NetBSD Multiboot-Compatible (2007)
46 28 2022 Rust is hard, yes, but does it matter?
44 18 2020 Unit-testing a console app
41 1 2023 From AST to bytecode execution in EndBASIC (2022)
30 10 2021 Should the browser use all available memory?
22 24 2021 Constructors and evil initializers in C++

miriamsuzanne.com

Miriam Eric Suzanne • feed

writing & speaking & music & theater & cetera

177 34 2022 Body Margin 8px

visitmy.website

Harsh Browns • aboutnowfeed

Steve Messer's website. Product manager. Web enthusiast, working in the open. Black Country boy living in London, UK.

34 15 2020 This Website Is Killing the Planet

chenhuijing.com

Chen Hui Jing • feed

The chronicles of a self-taught designer and developer.

19 9 2023 East Asian character emojis ㊗ 🈶 🈯 🈳 (2016)

shime.sh

Hrvoje Šimić (Shime) • feed

I'm a part-time freelance web developer and a part-time indie maker of Ciklus and Kuote.

516 219 2020 Do whatever you can't stop thinking about

blaise.bike

blaise.bike | Archive of my (Blaise) biking adventures! • feed

Archive of my (Blaise) biking adventures!

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Chris Sears - /home/csears • aboutfeed

Looking for feedback and collaborators on some startup ideas. See https://chris.sears.io/projects or join me on Discord at https://discord.gg/8ZxQrrkaTT

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258 144 2022 Who keeps an eye on clipboard access?
147 44 2023 Improving your online privacy: An update

graypegg.com

ailuridæ | I’m a Typescript developer based out of Montréal. • feed

I’m a Typescript developer based out of Montréal.

10 1 2023 The Private Definition of Accessible

leehauser.com

The Comfortable Chair | Books and stories, not necessarily in that order. • feed

Books and stories, not necessarily in that order.

cushychicken.github.io

Wherein The Chicken • feed

Nash Reilly is an electrical engineer in Boston, MA who has more or less chosen not to edit this line in _config.yml.

785 890 2022 I think I know why you can't hire engineers right now
134 67 2021 Notes on Writing Web Scrapers
104 107 2019 Reviewing Bad Schematics as EE Interview Tactic
20 11 2021 One year of user interviews and customer feedback
14 7 2022 More notes on writing web scrapers

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Kevin Grandjean • aboutfeed

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mteam88's Writings • aboutfeed

I'm a MEV searcher, blockchain enthusiast, and CS student. I write about MEV, crypto, and leak too much alpha. I love visitors!

ericportis.com

ericportis.com

26 4 2020 Scalable Bitmaps (2013)
10 2 2022 Srcset and Sizes (2014)
10 1 2021 Srcset and Sizes (2014)

tashian.com

Carl Tashian • feed

Carl Tashian is a San Francisco-based software engineer and writer.

132 31 2019 At Dynamicland, the Building Is the Computer
10 0 2023 A Brief History of Random Numbers

jamie.ideasasylum.com

Jamie’s blog • aboutfeed

50 9 2018 Implementing Impersonation

preslav.me

Preslav Rachev • aboutfeed

I am a software engineer with a decade-long experience developing software using Java, Go, and Elixir.

414 293 2020 Elixir Is Erlang, not Ruby
192 94 2022 The problem with Go’s default HTTP handlers
186 303 2023 Python Is Easy. Go Is Simple. Simple != Easy
87 111 2020 The Myth of Code Coverage
58 44 2023 Ditch That Else
43 35 2020 Farewell, macOS
25 1 2020 Elixir Community Voices: Lars Wikman
14 11 2023 Why should I use Go over Rust, Java, or Python?
11 0 2020 My Journey with Elixir and Flow-Based Programming
8 7 2021 Between Go and Elixir

hypertexthero.com

Hypertexthero • feed

75 28 2013 Show HN: Food News - HN Clone Built With Django and Drum, Uses Persona for Auth
44 67 2014 Don't Hijack Browser Keyboard Shortcuts
12 9 2014 MacKeeper Is Malware
3 6 2014 Don't Boycott Firefox Because of Brendan Eich

ptimofeev.com

Pavel Timofeev • aboutfeed

Software development, startups, devops, cryptocurrencies and other technical stuff of my interest.

197 160 2020 Go vs. Crystal Performance
175 148 2020 Ruby vs. Crystal Performance

eliza-ng.me

Musings by Eliza Ng • feed

A sandbox for experimentation with generated content.

pankajtanwar.in

Pankaj Tanwar - CS Engineer, writer & creator. • aboutfeed

Pankaj Tanwar : A self-taught developer, writer & creator who loves to read, write and learn about tech.

11 0 2021 Client Side Load Balancing

lucasfcosta.com

Lucas F. Costa • aboutfeed

Software engineering, culture and life in general.

393 162 2022 Finishing what you start makes teams more productive and predictable
370 324 2023 You don't need Scrum, you just need to do Kanban right (2022)
286 132 2022 Why long-term plans don't work and how to fix them
241 146 2022 Useful engineering metrics and why velocity is not one of them
223 52 2019 Your terminal is not a terminal: An Introduction to Streams
186 179 2022 Deadlines are pointless – what to do instead
177 155 2022 Why your daily stand-ups don't work and how to fix them
144 168 2022 How to distort Scrum until it no longer works
112 58 2022 Talking to your customers: a disruptive Agile framework
90 49 2023 Why backlogs are useless, why they never shrink, and what to do instead
83 68 2019 JavaScript Fatigue: Realities of our industry (2017)
63 19 2022 Beigels, software, and why you should control queues instead of cycle times
59 45 2019 I'm still not using GUIs in 2019: A guide to the terminal
5 7 2023 Localhost Will Inevitably Die

blog.randombits.host

Random Bits

Thoughts, stories and ideas.

155 83 2023 Show HN: Homelab Monitoring Setup with Grafana
13 2 2022 Show HN: Write Words on Your GitHub Contributions Heatmap
6 6 2023 Show HN: DIYnDNS – I Don't Want to Pay for a Static IP Address

thomashunter.name

Thomas Hunter II

The personal website of Thomas Hunter II, Software Engineer.

352 104 2019 Migrating from Google Analytics
158 66 2013 Strategic Game of Life
79 53 2023 How to Delete Your Reddit Account and All Data Under GDPR/CCPA

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41 11 2022 On Creating a Social Network

joelx.com

Joel Gross - Official Website & Blog

Joelx.com is the official website of Joel Gross, CEO and Founder of Coalitiontechnologies.com.

96 59 2019 Google Discontinues Hangouts on Air
51 26 2020 VCs Are Destructive Predators
24 5 2020 No Bailouts, Let Losers Fail
18 24 2019 Criminalize Fake News
13 56 2019 Owning Your Own Home Is Even More Stupid Than Running Your Own Servers
6 9 2019 Pay Mothers and Tie Increases to Child's Math Skills

greaterdanorequalto.com

Greater Dan Or Equal To

Thoughts and ideas from Dan Hulton

365 43 2021 Evaluating Modest SaaS Business Ideas
208 112 2019 Don't Waste Time on User Onboarding

johnmathews.is

John Mathews Blog • aboutfeed

A blog by John Mathews

vadimkravcenko.com

Vadim Kravcenko - Fractional CTO On-Demand. Helping Startups Scale.

For the past decade I've been mostly building different products in banking, hospitality, ticketing, e-commerce and leading development in one role or the other. If you need an interim CTO, I can help you.

419 277 2023 Things they didn’t teach you about software engineering
343 145 2023 The Surprising Power of Documentation
308 270 2023 Contracts you should never sign
291 353 2022 The silent majority in software
180 157 2023 Rules of thumb for software development estimations
175 171 2023 Managing difficult software engineers
154 88 2021 Building Remote Teams for Startups
93 39 2023 Life After Coding: Becoming a Mentor
88 50 2021 Self-Organizing Teams
79 67 2023 Database Migrations
61 78 2022 The Toxic Grind
51 61 2023 Habits of great software engineers
47 2 2021 Lessons learned from becoming CTO of a small startup (2018)
30 7 2023 What does a CTO actually do?
30 1 2023 Interviews-as-a-Service: The Bad and The Ugly
13 3 2022 Software Development Is Subjective
6 6 2023 Product Owner vs. Project Manager: who's in the lead?

til.simonwillison.net/

Simon Willison: TIL • feed

747 127 2022 One-liner for running queries against CSV files with SQLite
552 154 2023 CLI tools hidden in the Python standard library
482 81 2020 Escaping strings in Bash using !:q
268 71 2021 Extracting Objects Recursively with Jq
225 76 2023 Running LLaMA 7B on a 64GB M2 MacBook Pro with Llama.cpp
214 136 2023 Notes from building a blog in Django
211 124 2022 Problems once solved by a metaclass can be solved by __init_subclass__
192 32 2023 Sips: Scriptable Image Processing System
146 75 2023 Summing columns in remote Parquet files using DuckDB
130 25 2023 How to read Hacker News threads with most recent comments first
119 54 2021 Finding CSV files that start with a BOM using ripgrep
116 13 2023 Querying the GitHub archive with the ClickHouse playground
108 16 2021 Annotated explanation of David Beazley's dataklasses
75 7 2022 Struct Endianness in Python
73 13 2023 Running Dolly 2.0 on Paperspace
55 57 2022 Freezing Requirements with Pip-Tools
51 3 2021 Annotated code for a demo of WebSocket chat in Deno Deploy
39 5 2022 Extracting web page content using Readability.js and shot-scraper
31 18 2023 Reading thermometer temperatures over time from a video
29 3 2023 Expanding ChatGPT Code Interpreter with Python Packages, Deno and Lua

michael-lewis.com/

Michael I Lewis • aboutfeed

Michael I Lewis personal website

blog.erethon.com

Erethon's Corner • feed

Sharing my thoughts on Decentralization, Security and Operations.

14 0 2023 What happens when a Matrix server disappears

blog.jessewalling.com

Jesse’s Window | Presenting insights into my current passions - including but not limited to software development, cyber security, system administration, cryptocurrency, and art. • feed

Presenting insights into my current passions - including but not limited to software development, cyber security, system administration, cryptocurrency, and art.

circusscientist.com

The Circus Scientist Site - Circus Scientist

206 217 2022 Ubuntu Snap update spoiled my World Cup Final
14 18 2021 Show HN: I made an LED indicator for my portfolio site

xorvoid.com

xorvoid • feed

465 80 2023 SectorC: A C Compiler in 512 bytes
87 93 2023 ChatGPT: A Mental Model

georgesaines.com

Stuff George Writes • about

256 99 2011 I Want To Unsubscribe, Not "Manage My Preferences"
134 90 2011 It's Insanely Hard to Make a Kick-Ass iPhone App
127 135 2010 Be happier: Rent Everything
120 141 2011 Another Way to View the "Decline" of HN
78 75 2013 Quit Your Job Now, Before It's Too Late
69 22 2011 How I Almost Failed a Facebook Turing Test
63 51 2021 Why I’m Not an Angel Investor
60 18 2010 How We Increased Conversion Actions 218% And Increased Sales 0%
24 2 2011 Sivers is Right: Customer Service is the New Marketing
21 21 2010 Why your Referral System Won't Work
17 24 2010 How One Check Box Lowered Conversions by 17%
15 6 2011 Why Recessions Suck More Than Expansions Rock
13 13 2010 A Tale of Two Users, or How Design is Tough

hsnice16.medium.com

Himanshu Singh • about

Read writing from Himanshu Singh on Medium. I write blogs around React JS, JavaScript, Web Dev, and Programming. Follow to read blogs around them. Every day, Himanshu Singh and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

golfcoursewiki.substack.com

Wigs on the Green | Matthew Schoolfield • aboutfeed

An attempt at unflinching, critical analysis of golf: the game, the architecture, and the culture.

fredwu.me

Fred Wu - Engineering, Design, Photography, Leadership • feed

Located in Melbourne, Australia, I am a software developer and leader with a strong focus on code craftsmanship, business value and user experience.

223 251 2016 Developers, Being Treated Poorly? You Are Not Alone
119 12 2011 Open-sourcing A 200+ Hour Project - The Story Behind It
101 44 2016 I Accidentally Some Machine Learning – My Story of a Month of Learning Elixir
85 25 2013 The Future of Computing - An Interview with Yukihiro Matz" Matsumoto
72 13 2012 An Interview with Yukihiro Matz Matsumoto
43 37 2012 On Hiring: How Not to Annoy Developers
22 45 2013 On Hiring: Trial Week - Yay or Nay?
16 0 2012 Agile is not a Sham

miguelpimentel.do

Miguel Pimentel • aboutnowfeed

Dilligence. Constant practice. Personal Growth.

hiddedevries.nl

Welcome to hiddedevries.nl!

Hidde's web development and web accessibility consultancy.

63 92 2020 It’s good for users that HTML, CSS and JS are separate languages
40 14 2015 What kind of Web Components do we need?

separateconcerns.com

Separate Concerns • feed

Pierre Chapuis' online journal about system architecture, programming, startups and the separation of concerns.

124 102 2016 My love-hate relationship with LuaJIT (2015)

blog.metaobject.com

metablog

241 231 2019 “What Alan Kay Got Wrong About Objects”
163 21 2021 Inserting 130M SQLite rows per minute from a scripting language
160 146 2023 Mojo is a much better “Objective-C without the C” than Swift ever was
147 161 2020 The Curious Case of Swift's Adoption of Smalltalk Keyword Syntax
143 178 2023 Setting the bozo bit on Apple
136 149 2020 Maybe visual programming is the answer, maybe not
136 111 2019 Lisp Macros, Delayed Evaluation and the Evolution of Smalltalk
134 121 2022 UIs are not pure functions of the model (2018)
91 29 2021 Making invisible glue code first-class
86 54 2021 Why Architecture Oriented Programming Matters (2019)
79 22 2021 Glue: The Dark Matter of Software
78 7 2020 Embedding Objective-Smalltalk
71 7 2022 Blackbird: A reference architecture for local-first connected mobile apps
70 146 2019 What's Going Down at the Tiobe Index? Swift, Surprisingly
66 36 2020 M1 Memory and Performance
66 26 2019 Objective-Smalltalk
62 39 2023 Why Architecture Oriented Programming Matters (2019)
57 9 2021 Jitterdämmerung (2015-2021)
51 0 2020 Why Objective-Smalltalk is (not) a Smalltalk (2019)
50 2 2019 The Four Stages of Objective-Smalltalk

leonid.shevtsov.me

Leonid Shevtsov - software architect and blogger • feed

🇺🇦 Ukrainian. Systems architect at Railsware. Open source enthusiast. Blog, talk, projects list. Ласкаво прошу!

20 38 2023 UUIDs are obsolete in the age of Docker

softwareatscale.dev

Software at Scale | Utsav Shah • aboutfeed

Discussions on running software systems, teams, and products.

226 244 2021 Faster Python with Guido van Rossum
108 62 2021 SQL vs. NoSQL Is the Wrong Distinction
86 61 2021 GUIDs Are Not the Only Answer

blog.janetacarr.com

Clojurian Thought: A Clojure programming language blog

By Janet A. Carr

252 228 2022 Clojure needs a Rails
162 94 2023 Mindset shifts for functional programming (with Clojure)
12 1 2023 How to Hire Clojure Developers

domwillia.ms

Dom Williams • feed

Personal blog about Rust, gamedev, and other programmery joys.

blog.startuptaxaccounting.com

Tax, Accounting and Startups • feed

Arushi Bhandari is an MBA and a licensed CPA in the state of California. She has helped several Silicon Valley startups at different stages with their accounting and tax related issues. Her...

mfioretti.substack.com

Just an invitation... | Marco Fioretti • aboutfeed

to search together for the right QUESTIONS to ask, and their best answers, in a world where technology is as misused, as impossible to ignore.

raduzaharia.medium.com

Radu Zaharia • about

Read writing from Radu Zaharia on Medium. Still planning that trip to the Moon. Every day, Radu Zaharia and thousands of other voices read, write, and share important stories on Medium.

observationalhazard.com

Observational Hazard

David Kopec's blog.

72 25 2020 On Taking Criticism
20 5 2014 Put a Date on Your Blog Post

blog.scottlogic.com

Scott Logic Blog • feed

This blog shares Scott Logic's thoughts and ideas, covering topics across Tech, UX Design, Testing and Delivery.

252 83 2023 Re-implementing LangChain in 100 lines of code
251 184 2020 Down the ergonomic keyboard rabbit hole
209 161 2018 The future of WebAssembly – A look at upcoming features and proposals
200 11 2020 Show HN: Rendering One Million Datapoints with D3 and WebGL
161 32 2023 Build your own WebAssembly Compiler (2019)
148 78 2022 The State of WebAssembly 2022
138 42 2022 NoJS – Creating a calculator with only HTML and CSS
93 13 2020 Writing a Chip-8 Emulator with Rust and WebAssembly (2017)
71 7 2020 Code generating a WebAssembly 6502 emulator from specifications
59 7 2018 Building a Complex Financial Chart with D3 and d3fc
55 12 2020 Common accessibility problems, and how to fix them
50 9 2021 Exploring 120 Years of Timezones
47 16 2021 Creating personalised data stories with GPT-3
39 3 2021 A primer on the OpenAI API – Part 1
35 2 2020 How to Write a Ray Tracer Intuitively
30 0 2020 Build your own WebAssembly Compiler
29 3 2019 Faster Fractals with Multi-Threaded WebAssembly
27 7 2019 X3D: Declarative 3D for the Modern Web
20 6 2020 Who Will Test the Tests Themselves? (2017)
13 5 2020 Fixing the D3-zoom API for my use-case

Sudhir.io

Sudhir Jonathan

Notes on web programming, architecture and system design.

295 108 2020 The Big Little Guide to Message Queues
216 73 2021 Understanding Connections and Pools
213 100 2022 Understanding UUIDs, ULIDs and string representations

crooked.ink

Crooked Ink - Stories about weird stuff • aboutfeed

Stories about weird stuff

aaronbos.dev

Aaron Bos • aboutfeed

138 26 2022 AaronOS

indieblog.page

Discover the IndieWeb, one blog post at a time. • feed

A website to randomly explore the IndieWeb. Simply click a button and you will be redirected to a random post from a personal blog.

241 68 2022 Show HN: Discover the IndieWeb, one blog post at a time

johnzanussi.com/

John Zanussi • aboutfeed

A place where I write about technology, 3D Printing, and other hobby projects I have going on.

100 43 2023 Show HN: Watering my Christmas tree with ESPHome

gregnavis.com

Greg Navis | Fractional CTO and Product Engineer • feed

Fractional CTO and Product Engineer I help companies build digital products, from idea to working code and beyond.

289 145 2018 A single-page app is almost always worse than a multi-page app
63 16 2022 Elixir-style pipelines in Ruby

gilmi.me

λm.me - home

137 15 2018 Compiling Lisp to JavaScript in 350 Lines of Haskell
116 62 2023 An alternative front end for Haskell?
6 5 2019 Show HN: A bullet-hell game made in Haskell

outcoldman.com

outcoldman • aboutfeed

67 15 2021 My apps were listed at the top of Developers Tools (iOS/Mac), I made $60

gregraiz.com

Greg's Half Ideas • feed

A basic blog from Greg Raiz on startups, entrepenourship and technology

547 211 2021 I made an eInk newspaper

matduggan.com

Throwing pasta at the wall.

354 329 2021 Operations is not Developer IT
345 209 2023 Monitoring Is a Pain
303 286 2022 Programming in the Apocalypse
246 155 2021 Common Infrastructure Errors I've Made
213 206 2023 Kubernetes Needs an LTS
212 263 2023 Layoffs Are Cruel and Don't Work
196 163 2021 How Does FaceTime Work?
136 36 2021 Don't Make My Mistakes: Common Infrastructure Errors I've Made
75 43 2021 Coding for non-programmers: Why we need better GUI automation tools
43 96 2023 IPv6 Is A Disaster (but we can fix it)
40 29 2023 Terraform is dead; Long live Pulumi?
27 51 2023 Developers Guide to Moving to Denmark
16 1 2023 Developers Guide to Moving to Denmark
12 5 2022 Reviewing some new Rust text editors

scottohara.me

Scott O'Hara - Accessibility engineer, UX developer and designer | scottohara.me • aboutfeed

Scott O'Hara is a designer and developer based outside of Boston MA. He writes code and cares a ton about building great, accessible user experiences for everyone.

55 16 2022 Div Divisiveness

foreverliketh.is/

Both Blog & Digital Garden • aboutnowfeed

Themes include: Education, Tech Lite, Life, Psychology and Journaling

2 0 2023 Exploring the Personal Web
3 0 2023 Here Be AI
1 0 2023 Internet Scavenger Hunt

awanderingmind.blog

awanderingmind • feed

A blog containing essays, of varying cogency, about various things that my mind have wandered to.

193 113 2021 Kropotkin's 'The Conquest of Bread'
140 191 2022 The state of South Africa, 28ish years post-apartheid
27 1 2022 Geometric Algebra and Classical Mechanics

bsid.io

Siddhartha Bariker🚀 • feed

Software Engineering, Distributed Systems, DevOps, IoT

235 155 2019 How to Improve MacBook Pro Performance and Thermals
19 3 2019 How to Improve 2015 MacBook Pro Performance and Thermals

massimo-nazaria.github.io/

Massimo Nazaria | Blog • aboutfeed

Programming best practices plus random stuff I find interesting.

blog.dijit.sh

Jan Harasym • aboutfeed

Jan Harasym | Designing highly scalable/resilient infrastructure by day; running hacker communities by night.

454 310 2020 Cloudflare is turning off the internet for me
293 234 2023 My manager spent $1M on a backup server that I never used
131 121 2023 I don't trust Signal
96 114 2019 How to survive an open office
74 43 2022 Microsoft Teams; using one monopoly to aid another
32 6 2021 “DevOps”: a decade of confusion and frustration
29 2 2023 DevOps; A decade of confusion and frustration (2021)
16 4 2020 Master Branch Considered Harmful
13 0 2022 The alternative is not bash scripts
4 5 2021 DevOps: A Decade of Confusion and Frustration

aaronstuyvenberg.com

AJ Stuyvenberg • aboutfeed

Software Engineer, Parachute Enthusiast

10 4 2023 AWS now pre-warms Lambda functions for free

francoisbest.com

François Best • feed

Freelance web developer, open-sourcerer, writer.

198 72 2021 Representing SHA-256 Hashes as Avatars
151 40 2021 Show HN: Horcrux, a Playground for Shamir Secret Sharing
143 47 2021 Representing SHA-256 Hashes as Avatars

mmazzarolo.com

Mazzarolo Matteo · mmazzarolo.com • feed

Matteo Mazzarolo's personal blog. Posting articles around tech, code, React, React Native, and open source.

531 300 2022 Moving a macOS window by clicking anywhere on it
125 88 2022 Safari on iOS can overlap multiple full-screen videos
116 190 2023 Sigh, this is what browsing the web in the EU looks like nowadays (2021)
83 15 2022 Track down the JavaScript code responsible for polluting the global scope
81 31 2020 Using Alfred to open your GitHub repositories in the browser
44 26 2021 Moving the mouse cursor can cause CPU spikes on macOS
31 15 2022 Scrolling with a third-party mouse looks horrible on macOS
31 11 2021 Creating a serverless function to scrape web pages metadata
27 10 2019 Charles Proxy Automation
12 6 2021 Open-sourcing Remotebear, a remote jobs aggregator built with Node.js and NextJS

avikdas.com

Avik Das • feed

412 66 2019 Real-world dynamic programming: seam carving
210 11 2019 Graphical Introduction to Dynamic Programming
120 167 2021 “It's not peaches and cream either for men”
116 26 2020 Barebones WebGL in 75 lines of code
93 21 2019 Improved seam carving with forward energy

blog.searchmysite.net

Blog for searchmysite.net • feed

Blog for searchmysite.net - the open source search engine and search as a service for user-submitted personal and independent websites

xnux.eu

High-performance Linux based software for mobile devices • feed

170 76 2020 Let's talk about safety of Pinephone
74 25 2022 PinePhone multi-distro demo image

nickp.svbtle.com

Nicholas Pilkington • aboutfeed

Nicholas Pilkington | Computers. @DroneDeploy. Fun

35 3 2020 Time of maximum intersection of two moving polygons

geshan.com.np

Geshan's Blog

A blog about software engineering, devops and web development covering topics like php, javascript, docker, microservices etc.

191 63 2019 Application-Level Logging Best Practices
130 70 2017 Software Companies Tech Competency Matrix
76 46 2018 You Can Do It in SQL, Stop Writing Extra Code for That
33 3 2018 Ways Docker Changed the Way Software Engineers Work in Past Half Decade
10 0 2018 How to Do a Zero Downtime Database (DB) Migration (Schema Change) with Example

maltris.org

maltris.org – Warte auf /kosmos um vollständig bevölkert zu werden. • feed

809 339 2021 Element raises $30M to boost Matrix
764 174 2020 P2P Matrix
738 198 2018 Matrix and Riot Confirmed as the Basis for France’s Secure Instant Messenger App
701 116 2020 Gitter is joining Matrix
615 186 2020 Cross-signing and end-to-end encryption by default
598 159 2019 Matrix 1.0 and the Matrix.org Foundation
522 140 2021 Germany's national healthcare system adopts Matrix for communication
518 137 2020 Running your own secure communication service with Matrix and Jitsi
443 114 2020 Gitter now speaks Matrix
438 157 2022 Mozilla Thunderbird Beta now supports Matrix chat
421 161 2017 The Librem 5: A Matrix-Native FLOSS Smartphone
362 155 2021 How the UK's online safety bill threatens Matrix
333 106 2021 Disclosing E2EE vulnerability in multiple Matrix clients
332 200 2019 Matrix 1.0 – Are We Ready Yet?
332 104 2019 Welcoming Mozilla to Matrix
324 258 2019 Matrix.org hacked
281 94 2021 The Matrix Space Beta
279 47 2021 The Pinecone Overlay Network
269 96 2020 Matrix – An open network for secure, decentralized communication
263 89 2022 Matrix: Third Room Tech Preview [video]

gkbrk.com

Gokberk Yaltirakli - Gokberk Yaltirakli • feed

Personal blog of Gokberk Yaltirakli

327 142 2018 Free Hotel Wifi with Python and Selenium
266 15 2018 Reverse Engineering a Mysterious UDP Stream in My Hotel (2016)
14 7 2016 Why Refback Still Matters

notes.volution.ro

Volution Notes • feed

Notes on various subjects, mostly regarding IT technology and security.

177 180 2022 Single binary executable packages
144 176 2022 Static site hosting hurdles
122 106 2023 Privatizing our digital identities
100 13 2022 The many flavors of hashing
66 77 2023 Linux becoming a Windows / OS X clone
42 14 2023 Binary to text encoding – state of the art and missed opportunities

ssg.dev

Sedat Kapanoglu • about

Read writing from Sedat Kapanoglu on Medium. Author of Street Coder (https://streetcoder.org) · Ex-Software Engineer at Microsoft · Founder of eksisozluk.com · Demoscene old-timer.

yusuf.fyi

Yusuf's Home • feed

A personal blog about tech, life and movies

josh.works

Josh Thompson · Solving Problems • aboutfeed

I'm Josh. I give myself permission to put whatever I want on this website.

190 102 2021 Change your MAC address with a shell script (2019)
27 8 2020 How much does a bad hire cost?

qword.net

QWORD | Thoughts about how the world works, from a technologist. • feed

Thoughts about how the world works, from a technologist.

337 330 2023 LSD: Not Even Once
177 141 2023 Maybe you should store passwords in plaintext
73 20 2020 An Open Version of WordNet

utf9k.net

Welcome! | utf9k • feed

Hello, you have reached the personal website of Marcus Crane. Please leave a message after the beep.

236 81 2021 Conditionally setting your gitconfig

ploum.net

Ploum.net

Ploum.net écrit par Ploum, Lionel Dricot, ingénieur, écrivain de science-fiction, développeur de logiciels libres.

506 439 2022 Drowning in AI Generated Garbage: the silent war we are fighting
332 195 2023 Splitting the Web
281 307 2023 We need more of Richard Stallman's ideas, not less
273 215 2023 Stop trying to make social networks succeed
141 46 2023 How to Kill a Decentralised Network
100 75 2023 Losing Signal
99 28 2023 Offpunk 2.0
59 2 2021 The computer built to last 50 years
44 58 2022 Reinventing how we use computers
24 17 2023 We need to talk about your GitHub addiction
24 11 2022 Reinventing How We Use Computers
17 3 2023 How to Kill a Decentralised Network (Such as the Fediverse)
11 5 2023 The Theological Problem Behind Firefox in Ubuntu 22.04
10 1 2023 How to Kill a Decentralised Network (Such as the Fediverse)

staysaasy.com

Stay SaaSy | Keeping it SaaSy • feed

A guide to scaling product & engineering teams from $0 to past $100M ARR.

666 442 2020 Advice to new managers: don't joke about firing people
501 283 2023 Your small imprecise ask is a big waste of their time
347 266 2021 Advice to New Managers: Don't Joke About Firing People (2020)
289 200 2022 Build your career on dirty work
267 90 2020 It’s easier to manage four people than one person
210 102 2022 It's easier to manage four people than one
151 141 2020 Unlimited is like a Ponzi Scheme
142 60 2020 Optimize Onboarding
127 28 2021 Competitive Analysis for Engineers
117 62 2022 Don't build useless features
96 31 2020 Don't Create Chaos
95 74 2023 How to Be an Engineer That PMs Don't Hate
93 85 2020 A tech stack should be a well-balanced portfolio
93 70 2023 Practical ways to increase product velocity
82 44 2022 Good managers write good
59 48 2022 Why Figma Is Special
54 35 2020 The Hardest Part of Working at a Growth Startup
54 13 2023 Numbers to Know for Managing (Software Teams)
52 18 2023 Finding and Fostering Great Product Sense
51 67 2022 Simple Ways to Be Less Divisive (2021)

juliette.page

Juliette • feed

156 135 2023 A Look at Bluesky
44 46 2023 A Quick Overview of Matrix
23 7 2023 Programming on an iPad
11 2 2023 Social Media and Programming

andrewshay.me

feed

Andrew Shay's Blog and Digital Garden

66 37 2015 ReactJS for Stupid People (2014)
55 61 2020 My First AWS “Free Tier” Hosting Bill Was $990
12 0 2015 The ReactJS Controller View Pattern

andreabergia.com

Andrea Bergia's Website • feed

718 181 2023 I have written a JVM in Rust
98 33 2023 A JVM in Rust part 5 – Executing instructions
58 18 2020 Stack Based Virtual Machines (2015)
50 68 2023 Error Handling Patterns
12 0 2023 I Have Written a JVM in Rust

ktkaufman03.github.io

Kai Kaufman's tech blog • feed

The ramblings of a cybersecurity student and software (reverse) engineer.

249 67 2022 Reviving the Pakon film scanner

ashleyjanssen.com

Ashley Janssen | Productivity Consultant, Writer, Speaker

I help entrepreneurs and business leaders calm their chaos and reduce burnout through intentional time management. Book a free consultation today!

315 143 2021 An introverts guide to increasing energy
38 6 2022 Why Multitasking Is Unproductive and What to Do Instead

ronaldsvilcins.com

Ronalds Vilciņš • about

Personal website and blog of Ronalds Vilciņš

98 55 2021 Programming quotes
51 23 2020 RSS feeds for your Github releases, tags and activity

arunmani.in

Arun Mani J • aboutfeed

zdimension.fr

zdimension • feed

adventures in computational madness

142 26 2022 Running Rust on Logic Gates
140 52 2022 How I learned to stop worrying and love macros
34 2 2022 Show HN: Crabs All the Way Down – Running Rust on Logic Gates

simonwjackson.io

Simon W. Jackson - Frontend developer, design technologist, and perpetual tinkerer. • aboutfeed

I’m Simon, a frontend developer based in Austin, TX. I've worked on a wide range of projects, from building out design systems to developing bespoke websites for small businesses.

anfractuosity.com

Anfractuosity | Still waiting on the daybreak, its shadows in my mind • feed

389 58 2020 Show HN: Rainbow – an attempt to display colour on a B&W monitor
125 67 2014 TCP/IP over audio
71 3 2018 Show HN: Optical stripe reading and floppy disk imaging attempt
54 3 2016 Show HN: Painting a Christmas Tree's LED Lights
42 6 2021 Ultrasound Networking (2014)
31 16 2020 Ultrasound Networking (2014)
31 0 2021 Show HN: Detecting keypresses using laser speckle patterns
27 13 2017 Show HN: An attempt to measure fermentation activity from the sound of bubbles
23 2 2015 Show HN: Transmissions over time-based side channels across a network
15 3 2018 Show HN: Beer Review Analysis

nikhilism.com

Nikhil's blog • feed

17 2 2020 Mystery Knowledge and Useful Tools
15 0 2023 A practical introduction to kill-safe, concurrent programming in Racket

jonpauluritis.com

JonPaulUritis.com • feed

If God Is Watching, The Least We Can Do Is Be Entertaining

385 124 2022 All companies are fucked up
336 202 2022 The 5% Rule
261 158 2023 Does your office have a library?
22 13 2022 Thunderstorms and Margaritas

jamesg.blog

James' Coffee Blog

Hello! Привіт! I'm James (/d͡ʒeɪmz/) (also capjamesg). My pronouns are he/him/his. I live in Scotland. This is my blog.

93 14 2023 Advent of Technical Writing: Navigation Structure (Day 1 of 24)
72 46 2023 Adventures with compression
71 17 2023 Advent of Technical Writing: Style
45 56 2023 The Python dictionary dispatch pattern
28 8 2023 Advent of Technical Writing: Placeholders
13 2 2023 Implicitly downplaying knowledge in technical communication

atomic14.com

atomic14 | atomic14 • feed

302 201 2022 Picking up free lithium cells off the street and making them safe for use
265 298 2022 Using ChatGPT as a Co-Founder
261 108 2023 Using ChatGPT for home automation
186 108 2023 Hue Light Hack
56 56 2023 It's plausible, but is it true?
10 0 2023 Making My Magic Mirror Smarter – Motion Detection and Face Recognition

cendyne.dev

Hello, I'm Cendyne • feed

I write about security, software architecture, management, and applied cryptography.

81 72 2022 Do Not Recommend: User Provided Primary Keys
51 7 2022 A Base64 Surprise
46 7 2023 A path to niche skill-sets and community
14 0 2023 Spoofing Certificates with MD5 Collisions
2 5 2023 Passwords are weaker than you believe

strchr.com

101 21 2017 Implementing strcmp, strlen, and strstr using SSE 4.2 instructions (2008)
60 40 2015 X86 Machine Code Statistics
46 12 2018 Redundancy of x86 Machine Code (2009)
34 4 2014 Hash functions: An empirical comparison (2008)

pgjones.dev

PGJones.dev

The open source projects I help maintain.

22 1 2022 Faster Routing for Flask
17 6 2020 My evolution writing JSON-REST APIs

jmtd.net

Jonathan Dowland

124 138 2021 Things I would like to 3D print
67 100 2022 LaTeX Makes Me Angry

blog.uidrafter.com

UI Drafter Blog

79 57 2020 Getting rid of NPM scripts
62 27 2021 Architecture of a desktop-like SPA

xtao.org

TAO

215 109 2021 Removing my site from Google search
143 119 2020 A web of trust for NPM

allenpike.com

Allen Pike, pixel crafter

603 152 2022 Giving a shit as a service
494 261 2023 Giving a Shit as a Service (2022)
228 80 2023 Do something, so we can change it
185 69 2023 The Curse of Dialup World
120 46 2023 Humans Need Play
91 92 2021 The Persistent Gravity of Cross Platform
87 78 2019 Navigation Should Be Boring
82 40 2023 Dungeons & Developers
17 0 2021 The Burgeoning Need for Focus

honza.pokorny.ca

Honza Pokorný | Honza Pokorný • feed

Thoughts of an open source developer with a theology degree. Honza Pokorný is a web developer and an armchair theologian in Halifax, Canada

blog.tjll.net

Tyblog • aboutfeed

My personal blog with technical writeups, how-tos, and other information.

399 143 2022 35M Hot Dogs: Benchmarking Caddy vs. Nginx
94 2 2022 One Year with the Framework Laptop and NixOS
66 3 2023 SSH Kung Fu
32 4 2019 Building My Perfect Router
17 0 2022 35M Hot Dogs: Benchmarking Caddy vs. Nginx

ankitag9.substack.com

Perspective by Ankit Agarwal • aboutfeed

Technical nuances and programming mental models learned the hard way. Things I wish I knew in college or early career. Subscribe to accelerate your learning and career.

jeromesalimao.com

jeromesalimao • aboutfeed

Hot takes on plants and dev

techlatest.hashnode.dev

Techlatest Blogs • feed

Bringing the latest tech to grow your business. AWS, GCP & Azure registered partner and cloud solution provider on latest tech.

ruky.me

Rukshan's Brain on The Web • feed

Rukshan’s personal blog, with a focus on startups, digital health, open source

393 214 2022 Codeberg: A GitHub alternative from Europe
292 280 2022 Reddit can't build a better search engine
236 333 2022 I’m switching from VS Code to VS Codium
187 93 2021 Work on interesting problems. Not interesting tech
157 148 2021 Blocking Pinterest may reduce your data usage
132 154 2022 Cryptocurrencies Have Broken Almost All of Their Major Promises
111 53 2020 This Community is Available in the App
63 123 2022 Ideas that have been beaten to death
51 53 2020 Show HN: A TO-DO app that fits inside a single tweet
42 82 2023 Is it time to open source SublimeText?
28 63 2020 Starting a blog has never been this difficult
28 39 2021 BitClout is a scam, change my mind
26 21 2021 I used to love Bootstrap. God, now I just hate it
26 19 2022 The Rings of Share – the unsolved problem of sharing
20 66 2023 I was happy, sad, lost and lonely without a smartphone at the same time
16 16 2021 Why Google needs to build an open chat client like Elemen
5 6 2021 The impossible task of blocking disposable email signups
4 6 2021 Why teaching programming is so difficult?

vit.baisa.cz

Vít Baisa – Welcome! • nowfeed

ilearnt.com

I Learnt • feed

999 467 2019 NULL license plate not such a bright idea
129 45 2017 Why category theory matters in programming
108 25 2016 Mapping the World of Music Using Machine Learning: Part 1
27 30 2021 Officials Say California Will Completely Reopen June 15th
19 1 2017 A generative model for music track playlists
19 0 2019 Real-Time music recommendations for new users with Amazon SageMaker
17 2 2022 Confirmation Bias Reduces Business Profits
16 2 2016 Using Scala in Amazon Lambda for Processing Fastly Logs
15 23 2011 ClearChannel Launches "Pandora Killer" iHeartRadio Public Beta
12 0 2020 Show HN: iLert – one platform for uptime monitoring, alerting and being on-call

blog.nindalf.com

Krishna Sundarram • feed

Krishna's personal blog

417 164 2020 Factorio and Software Engineering
337 210 2022 XCheck at Meta: Why it exists and how it works
279 277 2021 Quitting Twitter
232 160 2022 Lessons from a tech job search
169 86 2021 How to Learn Unix Tools
54 17 2022 Please Stop Citing Tiobe
35 18 2021 Modelling a Wealth Tax Correctly (2020)
16 0 2022 Please Stop Citing Tiobe
4 9 2022 Rust has a small standard library (and that's ok)

soatok.blog

Dhole Moments - Software, Security, Cryptography, and Furries • about

Writings about information security, cryptography, software, and humanity, from a member of the furry fandom with a dhole fursona.

926 885 2023 Return to Office Is Bullshit and Everyone Knows It
98 29 2023 What We Do in the /etc/shadow – Cryptography with Passwords
94 27 2021 Crackpot Cryptography and Security Theater
86 85 2022 Should you delete your Patreon account after they laid off their security team?
71 34 2022 Guidance for Choosing an Elliptic Curve Signature Algorithm
66 42 2020 Bizarre Design Choices in Zoom’s End-to-End Encryption
64 35 2021 On the Toxicity of Zed A. Shaw (With Bonus 0days)
48 18 2021 Programmers Don’t Understand Hash Functions
48 15 2021 Threema: Three Strikes, You’re Out
47 0 2020 Bizarre Design Choices in Zoom's End-to-End Encryption
43 17 2023 How You Respond to Security Researchers Says Everything About You
35 19 2020 Twitter Thinks My Gender Is [EICAR String] (Or “Server-Side Checks Matter”)
30 2 2020 Designing New Cryptography for Non-Standard Threat Models
29 2 2021 Why Furries Make Excellent Hackers – Dhole Moments
26 9 2020 EduTech Spyware Is Still Spyware: Proctorio Edition
26 0 2020 Fraudulent Apps on the Google Play Store: Covid-19 Contact Tracing Edition
22 22 2020 GNU: A Heuristic for Bad Cryptography
21 1 2021 Please Stop Encrypting with RSA Directly
21 0 2020 Going Bark: A Furry’s Guide to End-to-End Encryption
17 11 2021 A Furry’s Guide to Cryptocurrency

apogliaghi.com

Ale — my personal blog • aboutfeed

my personal blog

herbertlui.net

Herbert Lui - Blog on creativity, marketing, and the human condition.

Blog on creativity, marketing, and the human condition.

553 145 2022 Don’t think to write, write to think
105 36 2022 Bill Watterson, Picasso, and self promotion
71 9 2022 For productivity geeks, futility is a relief and a starting point
35 17 2023 On quitting, failing, and, “I find a lot of people who should quit don't”
34 16 2022 Turn your conference talk into a blog post

boston.conman.org

Proportional fonts for coding? No thank you - The Boston Diaries - Captain Napalm • feed

Proportional fonts for coding? No thank you

188 131 2023 A small warning about UDP based protocols
68 23 2023 Unit testing on an 8-bit CPU

some-natalie.dev

Some Natalie's corner of the internet • feed

Things I’m learning, working on, or thinking about. All opinions and snark my own.

pongo-points.beehiiv.com/

Pongo 🦧 Points • about

Curating the most interesting news across AI, energy, crypto, and beyond.

healthydev.substack.com

The Healthy Dev | Tom White • aboutfeed

Writing code for a living, without losing your mind.

wittweekly.substack.com

Witt Weekly | Benjamin Witt • aboutfeed

The Witt Weekly.

benjamincongdon.me

Ben Congdon • feed

The personal website of Ben Congdon

368 360 2019 The Value in Go’s Simplicity
357 152 2020 Goodbye IFTTT
276 34 2020 Solving the “Miracle Sudoku” in Prolog
239 63 2021 B-Trees: More Than I Thought I'd Want to Know
225 228 2022 In Praise of Stacked PRs
162 45 2022 Mental Model: Difficult Problems vs. Hard Work
54 54 2023 The Soul of an Old Machine
10 0 2023 On Prompt Engineering
10 0 2020 Building a DIY Pen Plotter: MidTbot

matthiasott.com

Matthias Ott – User Experience Designer • aboutfeed

239 203 2020 Into the Personal-Website-Verse (2019)

stop.zona-m.net

Stop at Zona-M | Stop at Zona-M • aboutfeed

1102 302 2019 It seems that Google is forgetting the old web

ifelse.io

if else | if else • aboutfeed

Technical writings and musings by Mark Thomas, software engineer and author

306 108 2019 Secure and Ad-Free Internet Anywhere with Streisand and Pi Hole

sneak.berlin

Jeffrey Paul • feed

1514 742 2020 Your Computer Isn't Yours
532 357 2020 Discord is not an acceptable choice for free software projects
427 157 2019 Stupid Unix Tricks
345 345 2020 Starlink Is a Big Deal
185 69 2023 Apple Has Begun Scanning Your Local Image Files Without Consent
154 52 2019 Keybase iOS Has a Backdoor?
114 93 2020 Macs with T2, M1 chips cannot be restored to factory state without Apple
90 23 2022 Apple Is Still Tracking You Without Consent
87 85 2020 Goodbye, Twitter
73 43 2020 Quora Doesn’t Know What a Contract Is
43 32 2023 Apple OSes are insecure by design to aid surveillance
28 4 2020 If Zoom Is Wrong, So Is Apple
25 9 2021 How Not to Run a Vulnerability Disclosure Program
20 14 2020 The Case Against Microsoft and GitHub
18 3 2023 Apple OSes Are Insecure by Design to Aid Surveillance
17 11 2020 Stop Emailing Like a Rube
13 0 2023 Apple OSes Are Insecure by Design to Aid Surveillance
10 3 2020 On Trusting Macintosh Hardware

james.brooks.page

James Brooks • aboutnowfeed

James Brooks is a software developer, speaker and educator based in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, United Kingdom. Currently working at Laravel, creating epic developer tools using Vue.js, Inertia, Laravel & Tailwind.

saeedesmaili.com

Saeed Esmaili • feed

I'm a data scientist based in Amsterdam, currently working at Spotify. I work on projects aimed at enhancing the productivity and experience of developers, using research and data analysis to inform our platform strategies.

141 22 2023 Demystifying Text Data with the Unstructured Python Library

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Rafal Pastuszak • feed

Rafał Pastuszak is an experienced startup consultant specialised in web, mobile, emerging technologies and human-centred design. Click to find out more.

14 0 2023 Why Hummingbirds Are Evil: Procrastination, Laziness and Play

ttntm.me

Tom's Homepage - ttntm.me • aboutnowfeed

Tom's blog about web development, IT and related topics.

mxb.at

Max Böck • feed

Max Böck is a professional front-end developer based in Vienna, Austria.

236 63 2017 Offline-Friendly Forms
142 63 2017 Turn your website into a Progressive Web App

takeonrules.com

Home // Take on Rules • feed

Jeremy Friesen’s personal blog, with a focus on table-top role-playing games.

10 1 2020 I Chose Emacs as My New Text Editor

stavros.io

Software development et al - Stavros' Stuff

905 237 2015 Open Letter to Mozilla: Bring Back Persona
705 352 2019 I just had over a thousand Euros stolen and Revolut is siding with the thief
520 264 2020 Show HN: Tired of mobile games with IAP and ads, I made No-Bullshit Games
442 91 2019 Show HN: Ledonardo, my light painting hardware project
405 183 2016 Show HN: Spamnesty: Waste spammers' time
386 145 2013 Winning at Candy Crush
285 144 2020 I made my own PCBs with a 3D printer
277 173 2015 The microservices cargo cult
271 192 2021 Show HN: I made an alarm clock
258 43 2020 Writing a full-text search engine using Bloom filters (2013)
236 107 2013 Brilliant or insane code?
222 61 2015 Show HN: An old rotary phone converted into a mobile phone
221 224 2021 Show HN: I made a 5-key keyboard
160 79 2017 The scourge of web analytics
147 97 2020 How to use FIDO2 USB keys with SSH
144 100 2017 Show HN: Tired of the non-portability of my playlists, I wrote my own format
138 48 2013 Writing a FUSE filesystem in Python
127 31 2016 Show HN: I connected my house lights to video games
125 22 2017 Show HN: The Bus Stop Bus
116 32 2016 I made a cheap home motion sensor and controller

sklivvz.com

Sklivvz -- Marco Cecconi's home page • aboutfeed

Personal site of Marco Cecconi

49 10 2017 So long, Stack Overflow
12 3 2019 Introducing Badgie

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48 10 2022 Outage Stories: The copy and paste outage
42 5 2022 Taking a look at the Rogers outage CRTC letter

jcnoel.dev

home - jcnoel • feed

recording my thoughts and experiences with you

skife.org

Brian McCallister • feed

139 122 2010 My Favorite Engineering Interview Question
60 67 2012 Go is PHP for the Backend
11 1 2010 The TCK Trap
9 5 2010 The TCK Trap
25 5 2022 Skiff X Ethereum Naming Service
18 0 2021 Sequoia Capital Consumer Privacy and Autonomy Thesis

vladsiv.com

vladsiv

A blog discussing topics around programming, data science/engineering, and cloud technologies.

119 89 2022 Dicom File Format Basics
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jeremymikkola.com

Jeremy Mikkola

187 156 2023 What makes developers productive?
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62 55 2023 The problem with slow tools (2021)

thomasvilhena.com

thomas vilhena's blog • feed

121 45 2020 A Review of Consensus Protocols
103 16 2019 Stock Option Pricing Inference

sin-ack.github.io

sin-ack's writings • feed

Self-important monologues.

335 164 2021 Malloc broke Serenity's JPGLoader, or: how to win the lottery
57 10 2021 An introduction to Morphic: Self's UI toolkit
36 0 2022 I Tried Porting Zig to SerenityOS

susam.net

Susam Pal • feed

364 244 2022 Simplicity of IRC
192 205 2022 I Asked ChatGPT to Explain Some Jokes to Me
176 70 2023 Show HN: CFR[]: Very minimal drawing language with 5 commands: C, F, R, [, ]
167 34 2023 Andromeda Invaders: A retro-style game written in HTML5, Canvas, and Web Audio
158 35 2022 Comfort of Bloated Web
152 44 2023 Sorting in Emacs
129 38 2022 Zero point leet seconds (2018)
129 17 2023 Control, escape, and meta tricks
127 37 2023 Sinkholed: A DNS Horror Story (2019)
96 79 2022 Simplicity of IRC
95 28 2022 FD 100
89 13 2023 Timing with Curl (2010)
70 16 2022 Paredit mnemonics for slurping and barfing Lisp symbolic expressions
67 32 2022 WinPopup (2001)
53 21 2022 x86 Quine: These 12 Bytes of Machine Code Print Themselves (2005)
53 7 2023 FXYT: A tiny, stack-based, postfix canvas colouring language with 36 commands
52 22 2022 Cal 9 1752 (2004)
50 4 2022 Our Trip to Prime Number Theorem (2021)
46 11 2022 Very Remote Lisp Debugging Story
42 26 2022 Programming with DOS Debugger (2003)

hashrust.com

HashRust - experience the joy of Rust • feed

HashRust is a blog about the Rust Language.

170 99 2023 A guide to closures in Rust

muffinman.io

Muffin Man · Frontend & Creative Coding

Hello, I'm a software engineer in Amsterdam, making digital products and generative art.

1211 66 2022 Draw SVG rope using JavaScript
24 2 2023 Breaking down Krypton (2022)

crawlwalkrunbook.substack.com

Crawl-Walk-Runbook | Chad Knight • aboutfeed

A dad's caregiver journal and personal guide to operating a household. I'm documenting our family's choices and their outcomes over our first child's babyhood, and sharing my perspective on life as a fulltime caregiver.