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79 blogs about Development.

  1. absorptions
    “A blog about signals, programming, music, and other stuff.” By Oona Räisänen. 🇫🇮

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    Spiral spectrograms and intonation illustrations
    I've been experimenting with methods for visualising harmony, intonation (tuning), and overtones in music. Ordinary spectrograms aren't very well suited for that as the harmonic relations are not intuitively visible. Let's see what could be …
    By Oona Räisänen, 851 words

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  2. Adam Keys is typing
    “Developer and engineering manager at large.” 🇺🇸

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    Make code better by writing about it
    Writing improves thoughts and ideas. Doubly so for thoughts and ideas about code. Writing, about software or otherwise, is a process wherein: thoughts and ideas are clarified ideas are transferred to colleagues culture (of a …
    By Adam Keys, 213 words

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  3. Alex McLean – Making music with text[ure]
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    Performing openness in academic publishing
    I was unsure about writing this blog post, but today I was turned away from signing up for the openly-advertised University of Sheffield’s Open Research initiative’s inaugural annual Open Research lecture for not being a …
    By yaxu, 1,039 words

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  4. Alex Molas
    “The place where I talk about anything, from machine learning to cooking.” 🇪🇸

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    The Sweet Spot for Buying Used Cars.
    tldr When considering buying a used car, you’re not just acquiring a mode of transportation, but also valuable insight into the car’s longevity. By knowing the car has stood the test of time for a …
    By Alex Molas, 77 words

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  5. Armin Ronacher's Thoughts and Writings | Blog
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    A Better Way to Borrow in Rust: Stack Tokens
    As a Rust programmer you are probably quite familiar with how references work in Rust. If you have a value of type T you can generally get various references to it by using the ampersand …
    By Armin Ronacher, 1,650 words

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  6. Austin Morlan
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    Building an FPGA Computer: SAP-2
    Previously I built the SAP-1 on an FPGA based on a design laid out in the book Digital Computer Electronics by Malvino and Brown. Now it’s time to build the SAP-2, also from the book, …
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  7. blog.jlcarveth.dev NEW
    “A log of my technical pursuits.” By John Carveth. 🇨🇦

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    Bringing the Power of an IDE to the Terminal
    Recently, I decided to take the plunge and switch from my usual editor-of-choice, VSCode, to the terminal-based Neovim. I had already been using the terminal for more and more things in my day-to-day workflow, and …
    By John L. Carveth, 118 words

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  8. Bonfire
    “A federated social network for individuals and communities to design, operate and control their own digital lives.”

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    Bonfire presentation @ PrivacyWeek
    In September we have been invited to present bonfire at the Italian PrivacyWeek. We joined Francesco Macchia and Filippo Delle Bianca in a speech titled: "Does it exist an alternative and a future for social …
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  9. BrettTerpstra.com
    “Welcome to the lab.” By Brett Terpstra. 🇺🇸

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    Stuff I'm Using in 2023
    I just wanted to take a moment once again to point you to my “Stuff I Use” page on this site. It’s a bunch of my favorite tools and services with whom I have affiliate …
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  10. bylr.info
    “I am a multi-disciplinary engineer and entrepreneur with a PhD in flying robotics and interests in software, aviation, photography, generative art, plotters, and home automation.” By Antoine Beyeler. 🇨🇭

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    Project: the Automatic #plotloop Machine
    What’s this? I recently built an “Automatic #plotloop Machine”, named after the common social media hashtag for these animations made of individually plotted frames. This article is a thorough description of the project, covering both …
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  11. change is - matt.sh

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  12. Cogito, Ergo Sumana | Home
    “Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder.” 🇺🇸

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    Speech-to-text with Whisper: How I Use It & Why
    Whisper, from OpenAI, is a new open source tool that "approaches human level robustness and accuracy on English speech recognition"; "Moreover, it enables transcription in multiple languages, as well as translation from those languages into …
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  13. colin_morris
    “I’m a funemployed programmer and deep learning enthusiast.” By Colin Morris. 🇨🇦

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    A brief history of "men who have sex with men"
    With monkeypox in the news, some people are encountering the phrase “men who have sex with men” (“MSM” for short) for the first time. I’ve even seen some hot takes positing that it’s a new …
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  14. Curls, clouds and code NEW
    “A personal blog curated by Corstian Boerman.” 🇳🇱

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    How to set up Traefik on Kubernetes?
    Recently I started playing around with Traefik on Kubernetes and wanted to request wildcard LetsEncrypt certificates.
    By Corstian Boerman, 23 words

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  15. David Smith, Independent iOS Developer
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    PodSearch Reborn
    Back in 2017 I had created a site which took the the audio of some of my favorite podcasts and tried to make them searchable by passing them through an automated speech-to-text engine. In the …
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  16. Dhole Moments - Blog
    “Writings about information security, cryptography, software, and humanity, from a member of the furry fandom with a dhole fursona.” By Soatok. 🇺🇸

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    Dogwhistles and Other Falsehoods Uttered About Furries
    The Furry Fandom is a vibrant participatory online community. Furries skew heavily LGBTQIA+ and largely originated as a queer-positive spin-off of the science fiction fandom. Last year, a group of trolls decided to prank the …
    By Soatok, 961 words

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  17. edds
    By Edd Sowden. 🇬🇧

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    Deleting my tweets
    Over the past couple of years I’ve slowly stopped using twitter. Initially I was just tweeting less, while still reading lots of it. Then as they slowly broke Tweetbot by removing APIs I slowly just …
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  18. Erik Bernhardsson
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    What I have been working on: Modal
    Long story short: I'm working on a super cool tool called Modal. Please check it out — it lets you run things in the cloud without having to think about infrastructure. Scaling out, scheduling, containerization, …
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  19. Essays by Suhas Guruprasad
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    Introduction to Quantum Information
    Melchior and I are doing a course offered by KAIST on coursera.org. This web notes has solutions to problems from the course. We’re pretty new to this so the solutions might contain errors. If you …
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  20. Evert's Dugout
    “I'm a programmer. I'm mostly focused on building API's, HTTP-related applications and improving development processes.” By Evert Pot. 🇨🇦

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    Knex (with MySQL) had a very scary SQL injection
    Knex recently released a new version this week (2.4.0). Before this version, Knex had a pretty scary SQL injection. Knex currently has 1.3 million weekly downloads and is quite popular. The security bug is probably …
    By Evert Pot, 1,011 words

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