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109 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

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

    I’m not your cool uncle
    I find that playing the “I’m the leader, this is the decision, go forth and do it” card is not fun and almost always wrought with unintended consequences. A notable exception is teams that fall …
    By Adam Keys, 159 words

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  3. Adrian's Corner - Posts
    “On coding, tech, privacy, AI and whatever else comes to this mind.” By Adrian Schönig. 🇦🇺

    Introducing Longplay 2.0
    I’m excited to launch a big 2.0 update to my album-focussed music player, Longplay. If you’re interested in the app itself and what’s new, head over to or the App Store. In this post …
    891 words

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

    Zephyr - My Breeze fork
    I had the hankering for tinkering the KDE application style. The default style by KDE, Breeze, is pretty nice as is, but there are small things I'd like to modify. There's Klassy which is quite …
    By Akselmo, 626 words

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

    Slow Growth of Mastodon
    I used to use twitter quite a bit, but now it’s run by a hard-right weirdo who wants to defeat the “woke mind virus” and pays awful people including Andrew Tate large amounts of money …
    By Alex McLean, 458 words

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  6. And now it’s all this
    “I just said what I said and it was wrong. Or was taken wrong.” By Dr. Drang. 🇺🇸

    Connections strategy
    I’ve been thinking a lot about the NY Times Connections game lately, mainly because my family keeps playing it wrong. They’d get mad at me if I told them that, so I’m telling you. As …
    By Dr. Drang, 478 words

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  7. 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

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  8. Austin Morlan

    Building an FPGA Computer: VGA
    When I set out to build a simple computer with an FPGA ( here, here, and here), my end goal was always to display something on a computer monitor. VGA was a natural choice because …
    84 words

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

    The Road to Bonfire 1.0
    We've spent the past two years building, iterating, experimenting, and refactoring the Bonfire codebase — to explore our assumptions, co-design with our community, and stretch the limits of social networking, all while having fun! We …
    378 words

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

    Historical weather for Journal CLI
    I pushed a couple updates to Journal, my command line journaling tool today. As a reminder, you can add a natural language argument to your journal command which will set the date of the entry, …
    287 words

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    “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

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  13. 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

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  15. Chris Wiegman - Blog
    “The full blog of Chris Wiegman including all tutorials, posts and other articles by Chris Wiegman since 2008.” 🇺🇸

    Taking Apart My Space
    The one place in this house where I’ve always felt comfortable is my office. I’ve spent the last 9 years building it up to almost exactly where I want it (I still can’t stand the …
    By Chris Wiegman, 116 words

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

    Syndication and Organization
    I tag blog posts rather erratically, and keep meaning to go back and systematically taxonomize my thousands of past posts. One thing that my new blogging platform includes is another way to highlight particular posts …
    39 words

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  17. 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

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

    Half-Exponential No More
    I've mentioned Kannan's proof that \(\Sigma_2^p\) does not have \(n^2\) size-circuits before. A similar proof shows that \(\Sigma_2^E = \mathrm{NTIME}^\mathrm{NP}(2^{O(n)})\) does not have polynomial-size circuits in general. You can create a language in the third-level …
    By Lance Fortnow, 217 words

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

  20. Daniel Mangum · Posts
    “Daniel Mangum's personal website.” 🇺🇸

    Microprocessors Are Tiny, But They Can’t Fit in Your Head
    I have not been able to make as much progress on moss over the last 14 days or so as I would like, in large part because of limited time due to getting some exciting …
    101 words

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