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Glossary of Ingredients
From exotic ingredients to the ingredients you just want to know more about, we've got the definitions, as well as information on the regions they're from and more.
food  glossary  reference 
8 days ago by dicewitch
bbatsov/clojure-style-guide: A community coding style guide for the Clojure programming language
This Clojure style guide recommends best practices so that real-world Clojure programmers can write code that can be maintained by other real-world Clojure programmers. A style guide that reflects real-world usage gets used, and a style guide that holds to an ideal that has been rejected by the people it is supposed to help risks not getting used at all — no matter how good it is.

The guide is separated into several sections of related rules. I've tried to add the rationale behind the rules (if it's omitted, I've assumed that it's pretty obvious).

I didn't come up with all the rules out of nowhere; they are mostly based on my extensive career as a professional software engineer, feedback and suggestions from members of the Clojure community, and various highly regarded Clojure programming resources, such as "Clojure Programming" and "The Joy of Clojure".

The guide is still a work in progress; some sections are missing, others are incomplete, some rules are lacking examples, some rules don't have examples that illustrate them clearly enough. In due time these issues will be addressed — just keep them in mind for now.

Table of Contents
Source Code Layout & Organization
Syntax
Naming
Collections
Mutation
Strings
Exceptions
Macros
Comments
Comment Annotations
Documentation
Existential
Tooling
Testing
Library Organization
programming  guide  style  clojure  reference  convention 
15 days ago by dicewitch
ClojureBridge
ClojureBridge aims to increase diversity within the Clojure community by offering free, beginner-friendly Clojure programming workshops for underrepresented groups in tech.
clojure  reference  tutorial  learning 
16 days ago by dicewitch
ACM Digital Library
The ACM Digital Library is a research, discovery and networking platform containing:
The Full-Text Collection of all ACM publications, including journals, conference proceedings, technical magazines, newsletters and books.
A collection of curated and hosted full-text publications from select publishers.
The ACM Guide to Computing Literature, a comprehensive bibliographic database focused exclusively on the field of computing.
A richly interlinked set of connections among authors, works, institutions, and specialized communities.
ebooks  library  computer_science  tech  database  reference  search 
27 days ago by dicewitch
A Guide to GHC's Extensions - Jannis' Word Discounter
he latest official version of the Haskell standard was published in 2010. Since then, GHC, the most popular Haskell compiler, has grown almost 100 extensions which modify the language, sometimes quite drastically. Many of them have proven popular, to the point where it’s rare to find a library on Hackage that doesn’t use any extensions.

This is a problem for students of Haskell since most teaching materials only cover the base standard, leaving learners to fend for themselves in the extension jungle. This guide aims to make the journey a little easier. To that end, I sort GHC’s extensions into four tracks:

The basic track contains extensions that are generally simple and either commonly used or particularly useful for Haskell beginners. I also consider most of these extensions future-proof, in the sense that a future Haskell standard would probably include them without major changes.
The advanced track contains extensions that are useful, but either more complex or less popular than the ones in the basic track. This includes a bunch of ‘special interest’ extensions that are only relevant if you want to do particular things with Haskell.
The questionable track contains extensions that you probably shouldn’t use – either because they are actively unhelpful (badly designed or deprecated), or because they%2
ghc  haskell  reference  tutorial  guide 
28 days ago by dicewitch
LibHunt - Find The Software You Need
The LibHunt Network
A network of sites with useful libraries and resources

Find new libraries to get your job done by browsing the categories of any specific domain site. Libraries have been sumibitted and currated by the community and when necessary currated by us.

Choose the right one by having the lists of libraries ordered by thier popularity or development activity. What is more, you can see their "Code Quality Rank" which is based on deep code analysis by our partner Lumnify

Compare libraries belonging to the same category by their "Popularity", "Development Activity", "Code Quality" and any other feature we know about.
reference  programming  library  search  android  crystal  go  ios  js  dotnet  php  react  rust  sysadmin  self_hosted  c++  elixir  haskell  java  kotlin  nodejs  python  ruby  scala  swift 
28 days ago by dicewitch
faq - programming
What programming blogs or websites do you read?
What programming books should I read?
I want to learn language X, what book should I read?
What open source projects should I study to learn from?
How do I beat procrastination?
What's an open source project I can contribute to?
What are some good programming puzzles?
Why is Haskell so popular on reddit? Or Erlang? Or…
What music do you listen to while coding?
What web framework should I use for my next web app?
What is the best way to learn language X or framework Y?
What is the consensus on pair programming in the work place?
I'm not a programmer. How do I start?
Is a computer science degree necessary?
I'm going for a job interview, how should I prepare?
I'm going for a job interview, what questions should I ask?
How do I become a freelancer? / Advice for freelancer developers
What programming language should I use for my new game?
Why do you hate <insert language that's unpopular on proggit>?
Why are the majority of games, PC and Console written in C++?
Which programming language should I learn?
What shared/dedicated web host is best?
What VCS should I use?
What was the first language you learned?
Should I teach language X to new programming students?
What language reddits are there?
I want a REAL programming reddit!
programming  languages  reddit  reference  links  list  faq 
4 weeks ago by dicewitch
Clojure Newbie Guide
WHO USES CLOJURE?
Netflix ● Amazon ● Climate ● Twitter ● Factual ● Prismatic ● Simple ● Heroku ● Brightcove ● Soundcloud ● PuppetLabs ● LivingSocial ● CircleCI ● Walmartlabs ● RJMetrics ● Cognician ● Qubit products ● Diligence Engine ● Farm Logs ● StyleFruits ● AdZerk ● Salesforce
clojure  faq  resources  links  reference  guide 
4 weeks ago by dicewitch
Erlang -- Erlang Reference Manual
Chapters
Introduction
Character Set and Source File Encoding
Data Types
Pattern Matching
Modules
Functions
Types and Function Specifications
Expressions
Preprocessor
Records
Errors and Error Handling
Processes
Distributed Erlang
Compilation and Code Loading
Ports and Port Drivers
erlang  reference  manual  guide  documentation 
4 weeks ago by dicewitch
'julia-lang' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing. It addresses the two-language problem by combining the ease of use of languages such as R and Python with the performance of C and Fortran. Julia provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library. Environments such as Juno and Jupyter provide a rich development environment with interactive graphics.

Community contributed libraries continue to be added at a rapid pace. Programs written in Julia are organized around multiple dispatch - by defining and overloading functions with different combinations of argument types. Part of what makes Julia so expressive is that argument types are user-defined.

The Julia compiler includes a parser written in Scheme (FemtoLisp), some compiler passes and the runtime in C, code generation through LLVM using C++, and other compiler passes (type inference, inlining, etc.) as well as much of the Base library in Julia itself. For just-in-time generation of 64-bit or 32-bit optimized machine code the LLVM compiler framework is used.

Julia has foreign function interfaces for C, C++, Python, R, and Java, to name a few. Julia can also be embedded in any other software through its C API. Many of these interfaces are high performance and avoid copying da
julia  stack_overflow  reference  bibliography 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
'lua' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language.

Lua combines simple procedural syntax with powerful data description constructs based on associative arrays and extensible semantics. Lua is dynamically typed, runs by interpreting bytecode for a register-based virtual machine, and has automatic memory management with incremental garbage collection, making it ideal for configuration, scripting, and rapid prototyping.

The official implementation of Lua is written in clean ANSI C, but a list of several other implementations can be found on the Lua Users Wiki page on Lua Implementations.

The latest official version of Lua is 5.3.4. The previous minor version (5.2.4) is available in the version history on the official site. Lua version numbers are defined as follows: major.minor.bugfix. Minor version increases will often no longer be backwards compatible with prior minor versions.

Lua is certified Open Source software distributed under the terms of the MIT license. As such, Lua is free to use, even for commercial products.

Please note that the official name of this programming language is Lua (a Portuguese word for Earth's moon). It is not an acronym -- it is not spelled LUA.
lua  reference  bibliography  stack_overflow 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
'clojure' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Clojure is a Lisp dialect for the Java Virtual Machine (with versions for the CLR and JavaScript).

Clojure is a modern Lisp dialect with an emphasis on functional programming (lazy/impure), running on the JVM with transparent access to all Java libraries, an interactive REPL development environment, dynamic runtime polymorphism, Lisp-style macro meta-programming and concurrent programming capabilities supported by software transactional memory.

Key features:
Lisp heritage - Clojure is a fully homoiconic language with support for macro-based metaprogramming. The full features of the language are available at compile time, and it is possible to manipulate "code as data". These mechanisms are frequently used to extend the language itself or create new domain-specific languages.
Functional programming - Clojure is primarily a functional language. It features immutable data structures and lazy sequences. Like many other Lisps, it is eagerly evaluated (although lazy sequences, macros and closures can be introduced to obtain lazy behavior) and impure.
Concurrent programming, supported by software transactional memory, and designed for multi-core environments.
Dynamic - Clojure is a dynamic language. However it should be noted that it is still fully compiled, exploits primitive operations on the JVM where needed for performance and can also support (optional) static type hints.
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clojure  stack_overflow  guide  reference  bibliography  links  resources 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
'erlang' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Erlang is a general-purpose, garbage-collected programming language and runtime environment, with built-in support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance.

Erlang is a general-purpose functional programming language and runtime environment. It has built-in support for concurrency, distribution and fault tolerance. Erlang is used in several large telecommunication systems from Ericsson. Erlang is open source and available for download on GitHub.

Some Erlang features:
Code hot swapping - code can be updated without stopping the system
Very light-weight processes - fast to create, small memory footprint and low scheduling overhead
Communication through message passing (actor model)
Distribution and fault-tolerance built-in - you can start up cluster nodes with zero configuration
Tail-call optimization
erlang  stack_overflow  bibliography  reference  guide  links 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
'scala' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Scala is a general-purpose programming language principally targeting the Java Virtual Machine. Designed to express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe way, it fuses both imperative and functional programming styles. Its key features are: an advanced static type system with type inference; function types; pattern-matching; implicit parameters and conversions; operator overloading; full interoperability with Java; concurrency

Scala is a general-purpose programming language principally targeting the Java Virtual Machine. Designed to express common programming patterns in a concise, elegant, and type-safe way, it fuses both imperative-programming and functional-programming styles. Its key features are:

Static typing
Advanced type system with type inference and declaration-site variance
Function types (including anonymous) which support lexical closures
Pattern-matching
Implicit parameters and conversions which support the typeclass and enrich-my-library patterns
Mixin composition
Full interoperability with Java
Powerful concurrency constructs
Advanced language constructs such as delimited continuations and an experimental macro system
For more information, see the official Scala Introduction and Scala Documentation.

To search for Scala symbols such as => in Stack Overflow, you can use symbolhound search.

To search Scala documentation, you can use Scaps: Scala API Search or%2
scala  reference  stack_overflow  guide  tutorial  bibliography 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
'prolog' tag wiki - Stack Overflow
Prolog is the most commonly used logic programming language. It supports non-deterministic programming through chronological backtracking and pattern matching through unification.

Prolog is the oldest and most popular logic programming language. Its built-in features include non-deterministic programming through backtracking and a powerful parser formalism called Definite Clause Grammars (DCG) dcg. Modern variants often support some form of constraint programming. It is used for automated reasoning, deductive databases, planning and scheduling tasks, natural language processing, engines for web/business rules and is often used to introduce the declarative paradigm in school.
prolog  stack_overflow  reference  guide 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
Language Comparison Table - Rosetta Code
Language
Paradigm(s)
Standardized
Type strength
Type safety
Expression of types
Type compatibility
Type checking
Parameter Passing Methods Available
Garbage collection
Intended use
Design goals
programming_languages  reference  typology 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
Wolfram MathWorld: The Web's Most Extensive Mathematics Resource
Algebra
Applied Mathematics
Calculus and Analysis
Discrete Mathematics
Foundations of Mathematics
Geometry
History and Terminology
Number Theory
Probability and Statistics
Recreational Mathematics
Topology
reference  education  math 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
Math is Fun
Index
Data
Geometry
Numbers
Puzzles
Money
Algebra
Calculus
Physics
Games
Dictionary
Worksheets
Measurement
Activities
math  learning  reference  guide 
5 weeks ago by dicewitch
All You Need to Know About UML Diagrams: Types and 5+ Examples
UML is an acronym that stands for Unified Modeling Language. Simply put, UML is a modern approach to modeling and documenting software.
uml  reference  programming  visualization 
august 2018 by dicewitch
Typekit
Typekit partners with the world’s leading type foundries to bring thousands of beautiful fonts to designers every day. No need to worry about licensing, and you can use fonts from Typekit on the web or in desktop applications.
design  fonts  typography  resources  reference 
july 2018 by dicewitch
How to look for "bad" ingredients- Quick guide : curlyhair
Silicones

Silicones generally end in -cone, -conol, -col, or -xane If any silicone name has "PEG" or "PPG" in front of it, it is water-soluble and will not build up.

So check out the list below and notice the endings. These are all silicones you'd want to avoid:

Cetearyl Methicone
Cetyl Dimethicone
Dimethicone
Dimethiconol
Stearyl Dimethicone
Amodimethicone
Cyclomethicone/Cyclopentasiloxane
Trimethylsilylamodimethicone

Not so hard, right? So now lets take a look at some oils/waxes that are generally frowned upon.

Here is a list of waxes and non-natural oils to avoid:

Castor oil
Mineral oil (parrifidium liquidium)
Petrolatum
Waxes: bees wax, candelia wax, etc.

So when you've got a product in your hand, you now know what to look for when you're wanting to avoiding buildup.

For sulfates, there really isn't a cheat sheet, other than looking up the ingredients and comparing to your product of choice.

Here is a list of sulfates to avoid:

Alkylbenzene sulfonates
Alkyl Benzene Sulfonate
Ammonium laureth sulfate
Ammonium lauryl sulfate
Ammonium Xylenesulfonate
Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate
Sodium cocoyl sarcosinate
Sodium laureth sulfate
Sodium lauryl sulfate
Sodium lauryl sulfoacetate
Sodium myreth sulfate
Sodium Xylenesulfonate
haircare  reference  reddit  howto  guide 
july 2018 by dicewitch
Cool New Features in Python 3.7 – Real Python
Table of Contents

The breakpoint() Built-In
Data Classes
Customization of Module Attributes
Typing Enhancements
Timing Precision
Other Pretty Cool Features
The Order of Dictionaries Is Guaranteed
“async” and “await” Are Keywords
“asyncio” Face Lift
Context Variables
Importing Data Files With “importlib.resources“
Developer Tricks
Optimizations
So, Should I Upgrade?
programming  python  reference  3.7 
july 2018 by dicewitch
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unicode  index  reference  emoji  characters 
july 2018 by dicewitch
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