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121 blogs about Development.

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

    Smoother sailing: Studying audio imperfections in Steamboat Willie
    Steamboat Willie (1928) was one of the earliest cartoons with synchronized sound. That is, it had post-production sound effects; this was something new and exciting. Now that the cartoon has recently entered the public domain[bbc24] …
    By Oona Räisänen, 1,799 words
  2. Adam Keys is typing
    Developer and engineering manager at large. 🇺🇸 More info

    “Yes, and” despite your pessimistic engineering intuitions
    As engineers, we often face the consequences of shallow ideas embraced exuberantly. Despite those experiences, we should try to solve future problems instead of re-litigating problems-past. Engineers put too much value on their ability to …
    By Adam Keys, 272 words
  3. Adrian's Corner - Posts
    On coding, tech, privacy, AI and whatever else comes to this mind. By Adrian Schönig. 🇦🇺 More info

    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 …
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  4. AksDev
    Gamedev, programming, stuff. By Akseli. 🇫🇮 More info

    Debug symbols for all!
    When running Linux software and encountering a crash, and you make a bug report about it (thank you!), you may be asked for backtraces and debug symbols. And if you're not developer you may wonder …
    By Akselmo, 1,050 words
  5. Alex McLean – Making music with text[ure]
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    Luigi Russolo, Futurist and Fascist
    I publish this blog post with some nervousness, as I’m not a historian or musicologist. This is something I feel strongly about though, and as ever am very happy to receive feedback and corrections in …
    By yaxu, 1,735 words
  6. Allen Pike, pixel crafter
    Allen Pike writes about making nice software, building teams, and other tricky things. 🇨🇦 More info

    Once a Month
    Ten years ago, I set a goal: publish one blog post a month. It worked! A decade later, I still keep the habit of writing an article every month. Over 120 sessions I’ve slowly gotten …
    By Allen Pike, 378 words
  7. And now it’s all this
    I just said what I said and it was wrong. Or was taken wrong. By Dr. Drang. 🇺🇸 More info

    My Mac 40th anniversary draft
    I assume that most of you have already listened—at least in part—to the latest episode of Upgrade, the 40th Anniversary of the Mac Draft. Any podcast with both John Gruber and John Siracusa is going …
    By Dr. Drang, 689 words
  8. Armin Ronacher's Thoughts and Writings | Blog
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    Austria: A Fearful Country In Need Of A Vision
    This will be a slightly different post. It has to do with the country I am living in with my family: Austria. More importantly it has to do with some some observations and of mine …
    By Armin Ronacher, 1,667 words
  9. Austin Morlan
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    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 …
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    A log of my technical pursuits. By John Carveth. 🇨🇦 More info

  11. Bonfire
    A federated social network for individuals and communities to design, operate and control their own digital lives. More info

    Open source meets open science - announcing the Open Science Network initiative
    The scientific method must be liberated. In an era marked by misinformation, mass surveillance and political propaganda, corporate monopolies and platforms hinder scientific innovation and knowledge sharing. Scientists, researchers, academics and their affiliated organisations must …
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    Welcome to the lab. By Brett Terpstra. 🇺🇸 More info

    Things for Mac and iOS giveaway!
    I’m excited to offer the next giveaway, 5 (sets of) licenses for Mac, iPhone, and iPad ($80 combined values) for Things. Things is a task management solution that I love for its elegance. Display your …
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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. 🇨🇭 More info

    TIL: displaying contributor avatars in GitHub changelogs
    While working on a changelog-generation script for my vsvg project, I wanted to display the list of contributors as circular avatars, just like GitHub does in multiple places. After a few Google searches and some …
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  14. CaiusTheory - Latest
    Now with even more cowbell…. By Caius Durling. More info

    Running OmniOS via UTM on Apple Silicon
    Wanted to fire up OmniOS to play with and didn’t have any spare x86 hardware to hand so decided to figure out running it in UTM on Apple Silicon, meaning it needs emulation as OmniOS …
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  15. change is -
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  16. Chris Wiegman - Blog
    The full blog of Chris Wiegman including all tutorials, posts and other articles by Chris Wiegman since 2008. 🇺🇸 More info

    Our New Normal
    This weekend was amazing, and all of it does seem to be becoming our new normal. On Saturday we had an early birthday dinner for Joy (her birthday is today, 4 March) with both of …
    By Chris Wiegman, 181 words
  17. Cogito, Ergo Sumana | Home
    Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder. 🇺🇸 More info

    Glimpses of 2023
    I started on a more systematic 2023 retrospective post, and found that a pretty significant amount of my 2023 centered on stuff I don't want to talk about on my blog. Feel free to ask …
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  18. colin_morris
    I’m a funemployed programmer and deep learning enthusiast. By Colin Morris. 🇨🇦 More info

    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 …
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  19. Computational Complexity
    Computational Complexity and other fun stuff in math and computer science. By Lance Fortnow, Bill Gasarch. 🇺🇸 More info

    The letter to recommend John Nash was ``The Best Recomendation Letter Ever''- I do not think so.
    There is an article about the letter Richard Duffin wrote for John Nash that helped John Nash get into Princeton: here. The title of the article is The Best Recommendation Letter Ever.The article appeared in …
    By gasarch, 646 words
  20. Damien Mannion
    I'm interested in science, research, education, and technology. 🇦🇺 More info