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  1. Daniel Mangum · Posts
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    The Most Important Skill in Startup Engineering Leadership
    I have been very fortunate to have both worked alongside some incredible engineering leaders, as well as lead engineering teams myself. These experiences have primarily been in the context of startups that are growing rapidly …
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  2. David Smith, Independent iOS Developer
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    Developing An Inclusive Mindset
    I don’t really give conference talks anymore, but I had this idea bouncing around my head for a while which I thought would make a good one. So I recorded it as though I was …
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  3. Dhole Moments - Blog
    Writings about information security, cryptography, software, and humanity, from a member of the furry fandom with a dhole fursona. By Soatok. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Tech Industry Doesn’t Understand Consent
    Thanks to Samantha Cole at 404 Media, we are now aware that Automattic plans to sell user data from Tumblr and WordPress.com (which is the host for my blog) for “AI” products. In response to …
    By Soatok, 874 words
  4. DJ Adams
    I've been hacking on SAP enterprise software for more than three decades, and am still enjoying it. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Simple script for previewing CDS models in CSN - cdsray
    The March 2024 release of CAP brought many great new features including one for VS Code users - CDS Previews From Editor Title Bars. It allows you to look, in realtime, at how your CDS …
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  5. Drew DeVault's blog
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    Copyleft licenses are not “restrictive”
    One may observe an axis, or a “spectrum”, along which free and open source software licenses can be organized, where one end is “permissive” and the other end is “copyleft”. It is important to acknowledge, …
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  6. Ectobit
    The Missing Bit. Software Engineering Blog. By Boban Acimovic. More info

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    What's new in pgx v5: CollectRows, RowToStructByName, CollectOneRow, RowToStructByPos and ForEachRow
    Learn how to use CollectRows, RowToStructByName, CollectOneRow, RowToStructByPos and ForEachRow
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  7. edds
    By Edd Sowden. 🇬🇧 More info

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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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  8. Erik Bernhardsson
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    Predicting solar eclipses with Python
    As I am en route to see my first total solar eclipse, I was curious how hard it would be to compute eclipses in Python. It turns out, ignoring some minor coordinate system head-banging, I …
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  9. erock's blog
    Technical writings by Eric Bower. 🇺🇸 More info

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    crickets
    Time and time again I spend a considerable amount of time working on a project that I find useful and think: "surely other people will find this useful as well!" ... only to send it …
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  10. Essays by Suhas Guruprasad
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    Ideology as a service, subscribe now
    ⚠️ Disclaimer: This article is written with the help of a Large Language Model (LLM). This is a take. I’m selling you a take. Would you buy my take? Ideology as a service probably always …
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  11. 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. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Moving on from Mocha, Chai and nyc.
    I’m a maintainer of several small open-source libraries. It’s a fun activity. If the scope of the library is small enough, the maintenance burden is typically fairly low. They’re usually mostly ‘done’, and I occasionally …
    By Evert Pot, 416 words
  12. Fabien Sanglard's Website
    This is my personal website, you can find here most of the code and ideas I came up with during my extra-professional time. 🇺🇸 More info

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  13. fasterthanli.me
    amos loves to tinker. More info

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    Begging EuroRust to acknowledge independent workers
    TL;DR I purchased individual tickets for EuroRust and added my VAT number, so it could be a tax-deductible expense for me as an independent worker. The organizers reached out asking me to buy business tickets …
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  14. GeePawHill.org – Weekly Posts
    Helping Geeks Produce for Over 40 Years. My mission is to help people learn how to embrace change and harvest its value. By GeePaw Hill. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Optimize for Our Humans
    Leading Technical Change is a small, live, remote seminar aimed squarely at a single topic: Real Change in the Real World. A new cohort is open now: March 11,12,14, & 15, 10am to noon Eastern …
    By GeePaw, 85 words
  15. Hillel Wayne
    This blog is a mix of deep dives into formal methods for businesses and programming topics I find interesting. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Don't let Alloy facts make your specs a fiction
    I’ve recently done a lot of work in Alloy and it’s got me thinking about a common specification pitfall. Everything in the main post applies to all formal specifications, everything in dropdowns is for experienced …
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  16. Hugo Landau
    “an online dustbin where you leave your collected written thoughts” — someone describing this website. More info

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    [Computing] The Bootstrapping Exam: Escaping from “Trusting Trust”
    The following is an “exam”. To my knowledge, nobody has ever passed it, as it is an extremely difficult challenge. But I am firmly convinced it is possible, and it makes for an interesting discussion.
    By Hugo Landau, 43 words
  17. Ian Bicking: a blog
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    World Building With GPT
    I’ve been doing lots of experiments with GPT, though I’ve only written about one until now… the more serious something is the harder it is to call it finished or identify the outcomes. Here I’ll …
    By Ian Bicking, 4,659 words
  18. Ideas.Offby1
    a code maker and opinion haver with GitHub. By Chris Rose. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Serve an S3 bucket over tailscale
    I found myself wanting to host a private website that I could reliably update, but only serve it to users on my tailnet. I didn't find anything obvious that could do the job, but I …
    By Chris Rose, 166 words
  19. iliana.fyi
    By iliana etaoin. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How I forked SteamOS for my living room PC
    SteamOS 3 (“Holo”) is the Arch-based Linux distribution built for the Steam Deck, Valve Software’s portable PC gaming device. It’s a very interesting Linux distribution even when you only focus on how it updates itself: …
    By iliana etaoin, 3,324 words
  20. inessential: weblog
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    Reruns
    It’s not a bug in your RSS reader if recent articles in this feed all suddenly appeared as unread. You may even have seeming duplicates. Sorry about that! It’s due to my changing settings in …
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