Joyent | TCP Puzzlers
other side does not, and where this situation will never be automatically resolved. It's
tcp  networking 
august 2016
The Hadoop Ecosystem Table
Hadoopecosystemtable.github.io : This page is a summary to keep the track of Hadoop related project, and relevant projects around Big Data scene focused on the open source, free software enviroment.
bigdata  Hadoop 
december 2015
Material icons - Google Design
Material icons are beautifully crafted, delightful, and easy to use in your web, Android, and iOS projects.
icons  design 
november 2015
South of Market 1978-1986 — Janet Delaney
Photographs made in San Francisco  1978-1986, and published by Mack in 2013
in a book titled: South of Market.  A selection of this work was shown at
the de Young Museum January to July 2015.
photography  sanfrancisco 
september 2015
Statistical Anomaly Detection | eBay Tech Blog
Complex systems can fail in many ways and I find it useful to divide failures into two classes. The first consists of failures that can be anticipated (e.g. disk failures), will happen again, and can be directly checked for. The second class is failures that are unexpected.  This post is about that second class.

The tool for unexpected failures is statistics, hence the name for this post. A statistical anomaly detector hunts for things that seem off and then sends an alert. The power of statistical anomalies is that they can detect novel problems.  The downside is that they must be followed up to track down the root cause.  All this might seem abstract, but I will give a concrete example below.
anomaly-detection 
august 2015
Deeplearning4j - Open-source, distributed deep learning for the JVM
Introduces eigenvectors and their relationship to matrices in plain language and without a great deal of math. It builds on those ideas to explain covariance, principal component analysis, and information entropy.
math  machine-learning 
august 2015
JavaScript Graphing Library Comparison
Comparing all the different javascript graphing libraries. There are so many great jquery and javascript graphing libraries out there. Here are a list of as many as I can find comparing them and which ones are the best.
graphing  javascript 
may 2015
Unclimbable - SBNation.com
A story of courage and humility in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
blog  climbing 
may 2015
Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | Talk Video | TED.com
TL;DR: Focus on the "why" of what you're doing, rather than the "what" or "how."
blog  leadership 
may 2015
Math Blaster: A 4am Crack
An epic tale of sleuthing and debugging, probably interesting only to those who grew up with and dabbled in 6502 (Apple ][) assembly language.
programming  blog 
may 2015
Distributed Algorithms | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | MIT OpenCourseWare
Distributed algorithms are algorithms designed to run on multiple processors, without tight centralized control. In general, they are harder to design and harder to understand than single-processor sequential algorithms. Distributed algorithms are used in many practical systems, ranging from large computer networks to multiprocessor shared-memory systems. They also have a rich theory, which forms the subject matter for this course.
The core of the material will consist of basic distributed algorithms and impossibility results, as covered in Prof. Lynch's book Distributed Algorithms. This will be supplemented by some updated material on topics such as self-stabilization, wait-free computability, and failure detectors, and some new material on scalable shared-memory concurrent programming.
distributed-computing 
may 2015
Textures.js
A JavaScript Library for creating SVG patterns
visualization 
march 2015
Tragedies of the Remote Worker: "Looks like you're the only one on the call" - Scott Hanselman
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
remote 
march 2015
Getting an A+ on Qualy's SSL Labs Tester
This post will detail the steps for getting an A+ SSL rating using Nginx with intermediate certificates and TLS protocols. This guide will detail creating the certificates, choosing protocols, choosing ciphers, enabling OSCP stapling, and more.
ssl  nginx 
december 2014
Transactional Email from MailChimp - Mandrill
Mandrill is a transactional email platform from MailChimp
apis  email 
december 2014
101 Questions to Ask in One on Ones « Building Customer Driven SaaS Products | Jason Evanish
So you're having one on ones with your team. Awesome. It's an essential element to being a good manager. But are you making the most of them? Do you come in prepared and ready to make the most of each one or do some go better than others as you wing it half the time?…
management 
december 2014
Text from Xcode
Xcode has started sending me text messages. No, I don't know how.
programming  humor 
september 2014
Mail-in-a-Box
Easy way to set up your own mail server
linux  email 
september 2014
Data + Design
A simple introduction to preparing and visualizing information.
design  data 
august 2014
In Search of an Understandable Consensus Algorithm
Raft is a consensus algorithm for managing a replicated
log.
distributed  algorithms 
january 2014
Pencil Code
A Modern Sandbox For Little Programs
education  programming 
december 2013
NSHipster
NSHipster is a journal of the overlooked bits in Objective-C and Cocoa. Updated weekly.
objective-c  ios  cocoa  programming 
october 2013
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