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1. Modern SAT solvers: fast, neat and underused (codingnest.com)
465 points by kachnuv_ocasek 4 months ago | hide | 118 comments
2. How to do hard things (drmaciver.com)
1189 points by necrodome 4 months ago | hide | 116 comments
3. Virtual DOM is pure overhead (2018) (svelte.dev)
720 points by nailer 4 months ago | hide | 332 comments
4. A Decade of Remote Work (viktorpetersson.com)
503 points by mvip 4 months ago | hide | 163 comments
5. Solid Principles: A Software Developer’s Framework to Robust, Maintainable Code (khalilstemmler.com)
300 points by stemmlerjs 4 months ago | hide | 167 comments
6. Using an Atari ST as Unix/Linux Terminal (atari-wiki.com)
133 points by indigodaddy 4 months ago | hide | 61 comments
7. A Tale of Query Optimization (parallelthoughts.xyz)
213 points by manish_gill 4 months ago | hide | 68 comments
8. Faux Rogan (fakejoerogan.com)
220 points by mgdo 4 months ago | hide | 114 comments
9. Shell Completions in Rust (joshmcguigan.com)
150 points by JoshMcguigan 4 months ago | hide | 20 comments
10. Seattle police use family DNA, latest science to identify killer 52 years later (geekwire.com)
146 points by curtis 4 months ago | hide | 172 comments
11. Google suspends some business with Huawei (reuters.com)
466 points by samsonradu 4 months ago | hide | 480 comments
12. Has the Python GIL Been Slain? Subinterpreters in Python 3.8 (hackernoon.com)
235 points by jorshman 4 months ago | hide | 131 comments
13. Quants Think Like Amateurs in China’s Wild Stock Market (bloomberg.com)
110 points by jbredeche 4 months ago | hide | 66 comments
14. Why Racket? Why Lisp? (beautifulracket.com)
327 points by alokrai 4 months ago | hide | 122 comments
15. Nets on the outlets of drainage pipes save waterways from pollution (themindcircle.com)
154 points by lelf 4 months ago | hide | 85 comments
16. CodeGen: LLVM wrapper for just-in-time code generation and compilation (github.com)
79 points by matt_d 4 months ago | hide | 18 comments
17. ‘Knitting Is Coding’ and Yarn Is Programmable in This Physics Lab (nytimes.com)
113 points by whack 4 months ago | hide | 62 comments
18. Tell Me More, Nginx (2017) (honeycomb.io)
218 points by kiyanwang 4 months ago | hide | 22 comments
19. A Collection of Dev Checklists (devchecklists.com)
180 points by rsarai007 4 months ago | hide | 21 comments
20. Supdate – A Clojure library for transforming nested data structures (vvvvalvalval.github.io)
155 points by tosh 4 months ago | hide | 16 comments
21. “A company is copyright-claiming every video I have ever made” (twitter.com)
596 points by MagicPropmaker 4 months ago | hide | 304 comments
22. Knuth: Fantasia Apocalyptica (2017) (stanford.edu)
93 points by jdnier 4 months ago | hide | 26 comments
23. Stealing Downloads from Slack Users (medium.com)
107 points by soheilpro 4 months ago | hide | 12 comments
24. A trip to Amarna, the desert city of Akhenaten (theguardian.com)
56 points by diodorus 4 months ago | hide | 6 comments
25. Automakers Are Rethinking the Timetable for Fully Autonomous Cars (designnews.com)
155 points by AndrewBissell 4 months ago | hide | 311 comments
26. The Evolution of Web Design (2016) (fabianburghardt.de)
107 points by stelonix 4 months ago | hide | 27 comments
27. Run CP/M on your C64 using emulation (pagetable.com)
70 points by Luc 4 months ago | hide | 63 comments
28. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Interleaved Mathematics Practice [pdf] (usf.edu)
111 points by mpweiher 4 months ago | hide | 32 comments
29. McNugget Calculator (heavenfox.github.io)
108 points by HeavenFox 4 months ago | hide | 64 comments
30. Wisconsin bar owner uncovers 134-year-old circus poster (thestar.com)
97 points by rmason 4 months ago | hide | 20 comments

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