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John Byrd's answer to What is the most sophisticated piece of software/code ever written? - Quora
The most sophisticated software in history was written by a team of people whose names we do not know.

It’s a computer worm.
hacking  security  virus  worm  Software  code 
4 hours ago by aldolat
ambv/black
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
formatter  python  code  programming 
10 hours ago by bentsai
ES modules: A cartoon deep-dive – Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
What we need is a module instance for each module. The process of module loading is going from this entry point file to having a full graph of module instances.

For ES modules, this happens in three steps.

Construction — find, download, and parse all of the files into module records.
Instantiation —find boxes in memory to place all of the exported values in (but don’t fill them in with values yet). Then make both exports and imports point to those boxes in memory. This is called linking.
Evaluation —run the code to fill in the boxes with the variables’ actual values.
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10 hours ago by briandk
Twitter
RT : 🙋‍♀️ Are you curious about using Machine Learning in the browser? I took a basic TensorFlow.js example, put a neat…
ai  ml  code  google  example  tensorflow  may  2018  from twitter
14 hours ago by mshook
GitHub-Audit/checklist.md at master · mozilla-services/GitHub-Audit
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
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15 hours ago by lgarron
How we used Category Theory to solve a problem in Java
A few months ago, my colleague Chris Myers and I used some basic category theory concepts to guide us to a design that elegantly solved a problem in a Java codebase.

It isn’t the only way we could have arrived at the design; anyone could have done it, really! However, you might find it interesting to see what practical application of these ideas can look like. Importantly, category theory gives us a framework to shed light on what makes many good design concepts useful, and why.
code  programming  cateogry-theory  design  blog-post 
21 hours ago by doneata
My Struggle with Testing Code
This has been on my “List of Shame” for a long time. For a plethora of reasons, fostering a practice of writing and maintaining good tests for code has escaped me. It’s not due to negligence; I see the value, I’ve tried, I read a lot of code, I even took an in-person course once. My struggle is with taking that knowledge and applying it to my codebase.
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22 hours ago by Gwendoux

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