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How to write an IRC bot
following Slack IRC connector shutdown
@post 
march 2018 by octplane
GitUp
cute Git commit / history GUI. Simple and usable. Kind of like Sourcetree but better.
git  GUI  OSS  @post 
november 2017 by octplane
Mullvad VPN
Praised by Mozilla, there must be a reason, right?
vpn  tools  @post 
october 2017 by octplane
DataLake
What is a datalake? A must read.
bigdata  @post 
october 2017 by octplane
Goodbye Uncanny Valley
Very nice video about the uncanny valley
@post  cgi  video 
october 2017 by octplane
5 Tips for Writing Small CLI Tools in Rust
Tips to write Rust Applications, very nice article.
rust  library  @post 
september 2017 by octplane
ZeroBrane Studio
A cross platform lua IDE. As I do more and more lua, esp. because of #pico8, I might want to build bigger project using lua.
lua  @post  development 
july 2017 by octplane
VIM Adventures
Cute and probably useful!
game  learning  vim  @post 
july 2017 by octplane
Fireflies
Nice website, pretty scientific story, excellent demo...
@post  nature 
may 2017 by octplane
Blame | Netflix
Blame arrive sur Netflix. À suivre....
@post  youtube  anime 
may 2017 by octplane
Localtstack from Atlassian
AWS services simulator for the development. Nice stuff from Atlassian.
@post  development  tools 
april 2017 by octplane
Les Braqueurs
Un podcast à écouter !
podcast  @post 
april 2017 by octplane
What are some killer libraries and frameworks unique to Haskell? : haskell
Besides features of the haskell language itself, I was wondering if there were any libraries in haskell that stood out as being unique--not a sinatra-like web interface for example. Something like erlang's mnesia or rails for ruby, maybe, or hazelcast for java or any frameworks (for web programming or whatever), that were truly a step above comparable libraries or don't even have a non-Haskell equivalent. Something that once you use it, you hate not using it in other projects. via /r/haskell
@post  reddit 
march 2017 by octplane
Image-to-Image Demo - Affine Layer
Draw any cat, let the computer draw a real one
tensorflow  ai  drawing  @post 
february 2017 by octplane
Editor's Choice - Photos
still in my favorites. Now with and editor's choice section.
free  photos  @post 
november 2016 by octplane
HTML Standard
HTML defines some optional tags. You can throw html, head, body away when conditions are met. This is still valid html!
@post  HTML 
september 2016 by octplane
GitHub · Where software is built
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texteditor  @post  development 
august 2016 by octplane
in which a surprising affinity is pondered - Technomancy
When I got started with Lua, everything about it seemed to be the opposite of what I would like in a language, especially coming from Racket, Clojure, OCaml, and Erlang. It's unabashedly imperative,
programming  @post 
august 2016 by octplane
Just got my first Clojure job! Any tips for someone using it in production for the first time? : Clojure
Hey everyone, I'm finally getting paid to write Clojure wooo. I'll basically be writing Clojure microservices on AWS. I have quite a bit of experience using Java and Rails in production and quite a few Clojure personal projects, but I was wondering if anyone had some tips, talks, or other resources for someone who is using it in production for the first time. Most of my personal projects were small-ish web services but what I'll be working on is quite a big step up. Looking specifically atStructuring / Architecting / Design patterns for large Clojure applicationsTesting / Continuous integration workflowsDeployment best practicesDebugging (Remote?) advice for large applicationsDocumentation best practices?Profiling, monitoring, and logging via /r/Clojure
@post  reddit 
july 2016 by octplane
Master Plan, Part Deux - Tesla
Follow up on Mr Musk master plan.
tech  @post  article 
july 2016 by octplane
Reducing JPG File size — Medium
If you’re a modern developer, then you use JPG files. Doesn’t matter if you’re a web dev, mobile dev, or some weird sysadmin who just sends around memes all day. JPGs are a part of your job, and
article  programming  @post 
july 2016 by octplane
JavaPoly.js — Java(script) in the Browser
This will definitely make my colleague crazy...
development  java  @post 
may 2016 by octplane
Teleport
Deported SSH interface for clusters
@post  ssh  linux  tools 
march 2016 by octplane
Man Hunting, The Sport of Security Forces — Medium
Intelligence agencies must cooperate more rapidly and proactively to counter ISIS’ rapid and haphazard operational tempo.Clandestine operatives must rely on support networks that include overt
@post  article 
march 2016 by octplane
Arbital
Platform to learn things. asks you questions before giving your things to read. Seems nice.
@post  discussion  elearning 
march 2016 by octplane
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