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Probabilistic programming (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by tosh 10 months ago | past | web
Worrying (onebigfluke.com)
1 point by rbanffy 11 months ago | past | web | 1 comment
Interesting Patterns in Baby Names (onebigfluke.com)
3 points by rafaelc on Nov 12, 2017 | past | web
Discovering my inner curmudgeon: A Linux laptop review (onebigfluke.com)
10 points by alecsx6 on Apr 4, 2017 | past | web | 2 comments
The Paradox of UX (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by happy-go-lucky on Dec 29, 2016 | past | web
Building robust software with rigorous design documents (onebigfluke.com)
1 point by josephscott on Nov 14, 2016 | past | web
Realistic alternatives to Apple computers (onebigfluke.com)
197 points by josephscott on Nov 1, 2016 | past | web | 357 comments
What's awful about being a {software engineer, tech lead, manager}? (onebigfluke.com)
25 points by martinp on Apr 11, 2016 | past | web | 2 comments
Experimentally verified: “Why client-side templating is wrong” (2015) (onebigfluke.com)
69 points by tylermauthe on Mar 2, 2016 | past | web | 40 comments
How do you choose the programming language for a project? (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by bslatkin on Jan 15, 2016 | past | web
Lets remove verbs from http 2.0 (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by junto on Dec 8, 2015 | past | web
Founder Code (onebigfluke.com)
3 points by akerl_ on Apr 1, 2015 | past | web
Experimentally verified: “Why client-side templating is wrong” (onebigfluke.com)
10 points by angrymouse on Jan 19, 2015 | past | web | 1 comment
Experimentally verified: “Why client-side templating is wrong” (onebigfluke.com)
18 points by antichaos on Jan 19, 2015 | past | web
Generic programming in Go using “go generate” (onebigfluke.com)
5 points by SwellJoe on Dec 30, 2014 | past | web
You only get 1,000 lines of code a week (onebigfluke.com)
124 points by mmastrac on Nov 17, 2014 | past | web | 82 comments
You only get 1,000 lines of code a week (onebigfluke.com)
3 points by bslatkin on Nov 17, 2014 | past | web
The Data Triumvirate (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by bslatkin on Aug 20, 2014 | past | web
Python, C++, and Go as bicycles (onebigfluke.com)
4 points by bslatkin on Aug 7, 2014 | past | web
How I'm writing a programming book (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by bslatkin on Aug 3, 2014 | past | web
Go's power is in emergent behavior (onebigfluke.com)
3 points by lazydon on Apr 29, 2014 | past | web
Go's power is in emergent behavior (onebigfluke.com)
222 points by bslatkin on Apr 26, 2014 | past | web | 133 comments
Maintaining open source projects is hard (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by bslatkin on Apr 20, 2014 | past | web
Feeling like a kid again – The joy of 3D printing (onebigfluke.com)
3 points by bslatkin on Feb 23, 2014 | past | web
Do OKRs work? (onebigfluke.com)
1 point by bslatkin on Jan 16, 2014 | past | web
Dyeing the cheese orange – Beware of benchmarks (onebigfluke.com)
35 points by bslatkin on Dec 27, 2013 | past | web | 16 comments
Simplest explanation of the math behind Public Key Cryptography (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by daw___ on Nov 24, 2013 | past | web
Programming is primarily a social endeavor (onebigfluke.com)
2 points by bslatkin on Nov 19, 2013 | past | web
"I will never use Python in production ever again" (onebigfluke.com)
14 points by bslatkin on Sept 14, 2013 | past | web | 15 comments
HTML only needs two verbs; throw away the REST (onebigfluke.com)
10 points by bslatkin on Aug 30, 2013 | past | web | 2 comments

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