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McCarthy's Ambiguous Operator (2005) (randomhacks.net)
157 points by kristianp 4 days ago | past | web | 42 comments
Why Ruby is an acceptable Lisp (2005) (randomhacks.net)
3 points by funkaster 4 months ago | past | web
Why Ruby is an acceptable Lisp (2005) (randomhacks.net)
139 points by behnamoh on Sept 10, 2016 | past | web | 113 comments
Build your own probability monads [pdf] (randomhacks.net)
2 points by adamnemecek on Aug 20, 2016 | past | web
Bare Metal Rust 3: Configure your PIC to handle interrupts correctly (randomhacks.net)
8 points by vq on Nov 16, 2015 | past | web
Bare Metal Rust 2: Retarget your compiler so interrupts are not evil (randomhacks.net)
140 points by dbaupp on Nov 11, 2015 | past | web | 16 comments
Bare Metal Rust: Low-Level CPU I/O Ports (randomhacks.net)
16 points by coloneltcb on Nov 10, 2015 | past | web
Build Your Own Probability Monads (randomhacks.net)
66 points by ultimape on Apr 19, 2015 | past | web | 15 comments
Migrating from Heroku (and Linode) to Docker on AWS (randomhacks.net)
3 points by seamusabshere on Apr 6, 2015 | past | web
Rust lifetimes: Getting away with things that would be reckless in C++ (randomhacks.net)
231 points by dbaupp on Sept 20, 2014 | past | web | 90 comments
Why Ruby is an acceptable Lisp (2005) (randomhacks.net)
1 point by bshanks on June 27, 2014 | past | web
Deploying Rust applications to Heroku, with example code for Rustful (randomhacks.net)
1 point by steveklabnik on May 31, 2014 | past | web
8 ways to report errors in Haskell (randomhacks.net)
1 point by pash on May 23, 2013 | past | web
Bayes' rule in Haskell (2007) (randomhacks.net)
176 points by tikhonj on May 2, 2013 | past | web | 77 comments
Bayes rule in Haskell or why drug tests don't work (randomhacks.net)
1 point by llambda on Nov 22, 2011 | past | web
Why Ruby is an acceptable Lisp (2005) (randomhacks.net)
2 points by DanielRibeiro on Aug 8, 2011 | past | web
AWS outage timeline & downtimes by recovery strategy (randomhacks.net)
5 points by misterbwong on Apr 25, 2011 | past | web
13 Ways of Looking at a Ruby Symbol (randomhacks.net)
2 points by mike_h on Apr 20, 2011 | past | web
Feedhose demo: NYT headlines in real time (randomhacks.net)
2 points by davewiner on Oct 13, 2010 | past | web
Bayes' rule in Haskell, or why drug tests don't work (randomhacks.net)
2 points by unignorant on Apr 4, 2010 | past | web
Generalised error handling in Haskell (randomhacks.net)
3 points by samstokes on Dec 9, 2009 | past | web | 3 comments
Eric Kidd: Why Ruby is an Acceptable Lisp (randomhacks.net)
22 points by raganwald on Sept 16, 2009 | past | web | 16 comments
Why Ruby is an acceptable Lisp (2005) (randomhacks.net)
27 points by d0mine on Jan 1, 2009 | past | web | 31 comments
Jim Hefferon's Linear Algebra: A free textbook with fascinating applications (randomhacks.net)
97 points by hhm on Nov 2, 2008 | past | web | 18 comments
Smart classification using Bayesian monads in Haskell (randomhacks.net)
15 points by trixiehobotis on July 14, 2008 | past | web | 1 comment
Why Hygienic Macros Rock (randomhacks.net)
26 points by raganwald on June 19, 2008 | past | web | 16 comments
Why Ruby is an acceptable LISP (randomhacks.net)
3 points by pius on Jan 15, 2008 | past | web
Bayes' rule in Haskell, or why drug tests don't work (randomhacks.net)
5 points by iamwil on Apr 10, 2007 | past | web | 1 comment

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