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100 blogs about Development.

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

    Using HDMI radio interference for high-speed data transfer
    This story, too, begins with noise. I was browsing the radio waves with a software radio, looking for mysteries to accompany my ginger tea. I had started to notice a wide-band spiky signal on a …
    By Oona Räisänen, 1,807 words

    Feed Roughly one post per year. Started in .

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

    Three meditations on wins
    Leaders (and managers) are successful to the extent that their teams and peers notch wins. Former Intel CEO Andy Grove calls this the “output” of a manager, and wrote the book on it1. Easier said …
    By Adam Keys, 633 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  3. AksDev
    “Gamedev, programming, stuff.” By Akseli. 🇫🇮

    Updated my blog! Also news of Revontuli colorscheme
    Note: Old links to my site may not work anymore, due to change in the URL layout!! I tried to make a redirect for them however. Blog update I have finally updated my blog look …
    By Akselmo, 805 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  4. Alex McLean – Making music with text[ure]

    My publications list – updated
    My publications list was missing some entries and many of the PDFs. I started uploading everything to Zenodo, but although they archive things well, it’s not ideal as a publications list, for example you can’t …
    By yaxu, 144 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

  5. Armin Ronacher's Thoughts and Writings | Blog

    Lessons from a Pessimist: Make Your Pessimism Productive
    This year I decided that I want to share my most important learnings about engineering, teams and quite frankly personal mental health. My hope is that those who want to learn from me find it …
    By Armin Ronacher, 678 words

    Feed Roughly eight posts per year. Started in .

  6. Austin Morlan

    Building an FPGA Computer: SAP-3
    Previously I built the SAP-1 and SAP-2 in Verilog based on a design laid out in the book Digital Computer Electronics by Malvino and Brown. Now it’s time to build the final evolution of the …
    94 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

    “A log of my technical pursuits.” By John Carveth. 🇨🇦

    Systemd Units vs Docker Containers - Why I Choose the Former for Running Services
    Docker is a great tool for building and running containerized applications, but it is not the best solution for running services on Linux. In this post, I will explain why I prefer using systemd units …
    By John L. Carveth, 65 words

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

    How to use boundaries, circles and roles
    Bonfire's circles and boundaries system is a powerful tool with which you can create custom groups of contacts and grant them specific permissions to interact with you and your content. They can help you take …
    1,336 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

    “Welcome to the lab.” By Brett Terpstra. 🇺🇸

    Doing with multiple sections
    Funny story: I got a feature request for mdless to allow multiple sections to be specified in the output, but I misread the notification as a request for Doing. So I spent a couple hours …
    361 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

    “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. 🇨🇭

    On vpype layers, their names, and the AxiDraw
    The AxiDraw software, including the Inkscape plug-in, the AxiDraw CLI, and the Python module, offers a pretty neat way to control the plotting process with special escape codes in layer names. vpype doesn’t have an …
    1,115 words

    Feed Roughly nine posts per year. Started in .

  11. CaiusTheory - Latest
    “Now with even more cowbell….” By Caius Durling.

    `asdf install ruby` on macOS
    Installing ruby through asdf on Apple Silicon Macs1 will attempt to build a custom openssl for each install because it can’t find openssl from homebrew in /usr/local, as that’s now installed in /opt/homebrew. This means …
    190 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

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

    Improve An Open Data Bill To Prevent Heart Attack Deaths in NYC
    New Yorkers don't know where our nearest defibrillators are, so when people have heart attacks, we lose people we could save. A new NY City Council bill aims to open that data. We need your …
    65 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  14. colin_morris
    “I’m a funemployed programmer and deep learning enthusiast.” By Colin Morris. 🇨🇦

    Does ChatGPT know about things Wikipedia doesn't?
    I’ve spent a lot of time editing Wikipedia. I do it for many reasons, but one of the sillier ones floating around the margins of my consciousness is that I like to think that, by …
    885 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  15. Computational Complexity
    “Computational Complexity and other fun stuff in math and computer science.” By Lance Fortnow, Bill Gasarch. 🇺🇸

    Quantifiers: To Parenthesize or not to Parenthesize? Matrix of Formula: To Bracket or not to Bracket?
    For the book Computational Intractability: A Guide to Algorithmic Lower Boundsby Demaine-Gasarch-Hajiaghayi (See here for a link to a first draft.) we had to make some choices about which notation to use. One of the …
    By gasarch, 645 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  16. Curls, clouds and code
    “A personal blog curated by Corstian Boerman.” 🇳🇱

    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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  17. Damien Mannion
    “I'm interested in science, research, education, and technology.” 🇦🇺

  18. David Smith, Independent iOS Developer

    Designing a Step Goal Live Activity
    Today I was working on designing a steps focused live activity mode for Pedometer++. In the initial version of workout tracking I focused on distanced based UI, which fit well with the overall structure of …
    806 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .

  19. Dhole Moments - Blog
    “Writings about information security, cryptography, software, and humanity, from a member of the furry fandom with a dhole fursona.” By Soatok. 🇺🇸

    On Furries and the Media
    Recently, there has been a lot of misinformation and propaganda flying around the American news media about the furry fandom. Unfortunately, this seems to be increasing with time. Art: LvJ Consequently, there are a lot …
    By Soatok, 875 words

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  20. DJ Adams
    “I've been hacking on SAP enterprise software for more than three decades, and am still enjoying it.” 🇬🇧

    SAP CodeJam on Service Integration with CAP in Brescia
    The SAP CodeJam programme continues apace. Yesterday I ran a CodeJam in Brescia, Italy, on the topic of service integration with CAP, the SAP Cloud Application Programming Model. Here's a quick overview, with plenty of …
    817 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per month. Started in .