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stanislaw/SoftwareDesignHeuristics: Heuristics for Software Design, Development and Testing (and Maintenance Programming).
Heuristics for Software Design, Development and Testing (and Maintenance Programming). - stanislaw/SoftwareDesignHeuristics
heuristics  architecture  project  bestpractices 
6 days ago
ligurio/awesome-software-quality: List of free software testing and verification resources
List of free software testing and verification resources - ligurio/awesome-software-quality
awesome  list  links  quality  verification 
6 days ago
awesomo4000/awesome-provable: A curated set of links to formal methods involving provable code.
A curated set of links to formal methods involving provable code. - awesomo4000/awesome-provable
awesome  provable  project  links 
6 days ago
stanislaw/awesome-safety-critical: List of resources about programming practices for writing safety-critical software.
List of resources about programming practices for writing safety-critical software. - stanislaw/awesome-safety-critical
projects  cool  awesome  safety 
6 days ago
nasa-jpl/open-source-rover: A build-it-yourself, 6-wheel rover based on the rovers on Mars!
A build-it-yourself, 6-wheel rover based on the rovers on Mars! - nasa-jpl/open-source-rover
cool  project  nasa  rover 
6 days ago
Poor mans lathe DRO's - HomemadeTools.net
Just a shot of some cheap Harbor Freight digital calipers I adapted to my mini lathe. I will be adding similar to the tail stock and possibly even the
homemadetools  project  lathe 
6 days ago
danyspin97's site - Getting started with execline scripting
Engineering student. OpenSource contributor. Linux enthusiast. Exherbo user. Terminal lover. Avid music listener.
s6  execline  howto  documentation 
7 days ago
WoW64 internals - mindless-area
WoW64 - aka Windows (32-bit) on Windows (64-bit) - is a subsystem that enables 32-bit Windows applications to run on 64-bit Windows. Most people today are fa...
windows  internals  interesting 
9 days ago
Not Another A Lathe Stop - HomemadeTools.net
Wait, this is different Because you should make TWO identical ones! I've had some recent turning jobs where I've had to machine back & forth
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Parting Tool Holder - HomemadeTools.net
I been working on my small lathe doing a few things to it I been wanting to do, I made a new tool post holder for it a while back along with a boring
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Lathe Tool Height Gage - HomemadeTools.net
There are numerous ways to set a lathe tool on center to the lathes axis, the height setting gage I came up with is by no means a new method, but I
homemadetools 
15 days ago
KanDo Won't Twist Clamps....Brass Copper Steel Rivets - HomemadeTools.net
I needed (wanted) a set of Kant Twist clamps. I also wanted to make them out of brass. I have a set of 2 1/2 D and 4 1/2 D from around 1946 or so that
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Offset tool bit holder for the lathe - HomemadeTools.net
https://sherline.com/wp-content/uplo...08/tip_093.pdf Sherline Machinist Tip 93. Compound slide tool holder for threading from the front side. The
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Mini Lathe Cross Slide Bearing Modification & Travel Extension - HomemadeTools.net
The cross slide of my 7 x 16 mini lathe never had a nice smooth feel to it since I removed it from the box. I designed this new bolt on cross feed
homemadetools  project  lathe 
15 days ago
Face Plate Fixture Eccentric Turning or Universal Fixture - HomemadeTools.net
Just a little fixture for my face plate to allow holding parts that may be odd shaped. The face plate is cast iron from Little Machine Shop. Holes
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Work Holding Chuck For The Mill...Chuck Mods....V fixture - HomemadeTools.net
While in the process of making my two cylinder steam engine the need to hold some small pieces vertical and drill precisely located holes that were
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Edge Milling Vise - HomemadeTools.net
In my last post I fabricated and submitted a couple of Carbide Insert Tool Holders, which is not a new invention by no means, just my version, I made
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Dual Lathe Tool Height Setting Aid - HomemadeTools.net
Another lathe tool height setting aid. Not very elegant, but simple and quick to make. The base was cut off a piece of 30mm bms round bar, drilled and
homemadetools  project  grinder 
15 days ago
Tail Stock Taper Turning Attachment - HomemadeTools.net
Build this Taper Turning Attachment from easy to follow prints and color photos. No more fumbling around moving your Lathes tailstock over or trying
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Lathe Carriage Stop - HomemadeTools.net - Page 2
Originally Posted by PJs Thanks for the video demonstration of your stamping jig Doug! Another beautiful build, simple and elegant! It's also cool to
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Offset Tailstock Center - HomemadeTools.net
Offset Tailstock Center Plans for Sale - $5.00 $5.00 - Click here to buy now via PayPal and download instantly 30-day money-back guarantee. If you
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Small Tool Post Turret Plans - HomemadeTools.net
Small Tool Post Turret for Mini Lathe Plans for Sale - $7.00 $7.00 - Click here to buy now via PayPal and download instantly 30-day money-back
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Large Tool Post Turret - HomemadeTools.net
Large Tool Post Turret Plans for Sale - $7.00 $7.00 - Click here to buy now via PayPal and download instantly 30-day money-back guarantee. If you
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Mini Lathe Carriage Lock Plans - HomemadeTools.net
Mini Lathe Carriage Lock Plans for Sale - $7.00 $7.00 - Click here to buy now via PayPal and download instantly 30-day money-back guarantee. If you
homemadetools 
15 days ago
Small Quick Change Tool Post - HomemadeTools.net
Small Quick Change Tool Post Plans for Sale - $5.00 $5.00 - Click here to buy now via PayPal and download instantly 30-day money-back guarantee. If
homemadetools  project 
15 days ago
Gingery Lathe - HomemadeTools.net
A Gingery Lathe made based on the book "The Metal Lathe" by David Gingery. My lathe is by no means perfect but it is an example of a
homemadetools  project  casting 
15 days ago
Homemade Tool & Cutter grinder (with a difference). - HomemadeTools.net
My Tool & Cutter grinder. I have always lusted after a Tool and Cutter (T&C) grinder. I don’t know why, but who can explain love, after all it
project  homemadetools  grinder 
15 days ago
Another lathe "work truing" tool - HomemadeTools.net
Hi, this week end , I was turning a new Titanium ring and, in the middle of the work, just after separating the ring from the stock, I had to rechuck
project  machining  homemadetools 
15 days ago
Belt Grinder - HomemadeTools.net
Here's a belt grinder I made up, it takes 730x25 belts, which I chose because the grits available vary from 80 od to 1000. Originally the design was a
project  homemadetools  grinder 
15 days ago
A Practical Guide to Monitoring and Alerting with Timeseries at Scale | Puppet
Puppet Presentations - A Practical Guide to Monitoring and Alerting with Timeseries at Scale
presentation  video  sre  monitoring  timeseries 
29 days ago
Cgroups, namespaces and beyond: what are containers made from?
Linux containers are different from Solaris Zones or BSD Jails: they use discrete kernel features like cgroups, namespaces, SELinux, and more. We will describe…
presentation  containers  docker 
29 days ago
Constraint Solving with Minizinc • Hillel Wayne
This is part one of a two-part article. Part two is here.
A while back somebody told me to check out MiniZinc. Eventually I did and really enjoyed it, so figured I’d write about it here. This is actually going to be a two part article. Right now we’re talking about what it is and how it works, and in the next post we’ll talk about optimizing models.
MiniZinc is a constraint solving language designed for modeling optimization problems.
minizinc  optimization  solver  programming 
5 weeks ago
knuth-plass-thoughts/plass.md at master · jaroslov/knuth-plass-thoughts
Description and implementation of the core Knuth-Plass line-wrapping algorithm. - jaroslov/knuth-plass-thoughts
algorithm  knuth  wrapping  text 
6 weeks ago
Running Production Systems: Level 1, Software Firefighting | All You Need Is Backend
You Build It, You Run It. The slogan spreads all around the world across software engineering teams. There are different levels of operational maturity, and I encourage you to find the one that fits your team. This week we review Level 1 - Software Firefighting.
debugging  performance  highload 
7 weeks ago
Bellwoods
Last week I released Bellwoods — an art game for mobile & desktop that you can play in your browser. The concept of the game is simple: fly your kite through fields of color and sound, trying to discover new worlds. You can play the game here:... | Matt DesLauriers | creative developer
cool  gamedev  simple  procedural 
8 weeks ago
GopherCon 2018 - Go says WAT?
Presenter: Jon Bodner Liveblogger: Alan Bernstein Despite our smugness, Go has some weird corners where the "obvious" behavior is not the…
golang  wat  gotchas 
8 weeks ago
Goodbye Microservices: From 100s of problem children to 1 superstar · Segment Blog
Segment is the analytics API you've always wanted. It's the easiest way to install all of your favorite analytics tools at once!
microservices  architecture 
8 weeks ago
Ship Small Diffs – Skyliner
Building a web application is a young and poorly-understood activity. Toolchains for building code in general are widely available, relatively older, and they also happen to be closest at hand when…
deployment  engineering 
8 weeks ago
Programming My Child | Boston Review
Programming My Child from Boston Review. Through the experience of parenting his daughter, a software developer came to see Google and Facebook as the first digital children.
children  programming  parenting 
8 weeks ago
Notes on "A Philosophy of Software Design."
Complexity is anything that makes software hard to understand or to modify.

Starting with a broad definition of complexity, although it gets more focused as the book progresses.

Isolating complexity in places that are rarely interacted with is
roughly equivalent to eliminating complexity.

This is, I suppose, fairly obvious, but struck me as insightful. We don't think enough about where we incur complexity, and if we do a better job we can quickly make our systems simpler.
programming  engineering  complexity  design 
10 weeks ago
libtls/TUTORIAL.md at master · bob-beck/libtls
libtls tutorial, exercises, test CA and exercise solutions - bob-beck/libtls
documentation  tls  tutorial 
10 weeks ago
Gamasutra: Trevor Diem's Blog - The Full Throttle Remastered FMV Pipeline: Part 2
This is an overview of the full motion video pipeline for Full Throttle Remastered. Starting from the 20-year old LucasArts archives, we'll investigat
cool  article  gamedev  porting 
10 weeks ago
What they don’t tell you about event sourcing – Hugo Rocha – Medium
Event sourcing and CQRS gained a lot of popularity recently. The advantages are obvious and they share a very peculiar symbiosis with each other and with the current tech state of the art making them…
event  sourcing  development  architecture 
12 weeks ago
Go Memory Management - Povilas Versockas
Deep dive into Go Memory Management. This post gives an overview of Physical memory, Virtual memory, how Operating System interacts with hardware to run apllications.
memory  golang  gc 
12 weeks ago
Bullshit jobs and the yoke of managerial feudalism - Open Future
Not since Dilbert has truth been spoken to power in soulless work settings. But the cartoon character’s successor may be David Graeber.
work  business  economics 
12 weeks ago
On Engineers and Influence – charity.wtf
(Based on yesterday's tweetstorm and the ensuing conversation, https://twitter.com/mipsytipsy/status/1029608573217587201) Let's talk about influence. As an engineer, how do you get influence? What does influence look like, what is it rooted in, how do you wield it or lose it? How is it different from the power and influence you might have as a manager?[0] This often…
interesting  essay  engineering  influence 
august 2018
Health Checks and Graceful Degradation in Distributed Systems
Thanks, as always, to Fred Hebert and Sargun Dhillon for reading a draft of this post and offering some invaluable suggestions. In her Velocity keynote, Tamar Bercovici of Box highlighted the…
mon  itoring  health  observability 
august 2018
A debugger from scratch — part 1 – Liz Rice – Medium
Have you ever wondered how debuggers work? What happens when you set a breakpoint? How does the debugger control the flow of your program, or change values in variables? Let’s find out by writing a…
debugger  golang  howto 
august 2018
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