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Ask HN: What are some hard-tech blogs that you follow?
126 points by sarthakjshetty 59 days ago | hide | past | favorite | 13 comments
Hey HN! I wanted to know what are some of the hard-tech (loosely defined ranging from climate tech, space exploration, autonomous systems, biotech, nuclear to name a few) blogs that you follow?

My understanding is that hard tech companies usually face a different gamut of obstacles while building their tech and scaling their business, namely, unproven technology, iteration rate, endless research, uncertain milestones, regulation etc.

Please post away!

PS: Reposting this because there were no comments last time but got some upvotes, indicating interest.





Thanks for sending this! This is a great collection.


https://blog.mainframe.dev/

I'm never going to install, or even program, a Mainframe. But the technical details are very interesting.


I don't subscribe, but I tend to binge read:

https://blog.scottlowe.org/ (anything and everything network related)

https://blogs.sciencemag.org/pipeline/ (anything 'pharma' but especially "Things I won't work with..")

I wonder if they're related ...

edit: fiddle with formatting / spelling


IEEE Spectrum is the closest thing that comes to mind ... but the literature on hard tech is indeed scant.



https://ipj.dreamhosters.com/

The Internet Protocol Journal


Real World Tech (David Kanter)



Browsing for a few minutes, I can already see plenty of HPC and computing articles. Thank you!


good question - great links.


ScienceDaily.com


wingolog.org




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