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  1. Information Flaneur
    Hugh Rundle's internet web site. 🇦🇺 More info

    So you want to make a fediverse bot?
    Every so often, somebody makes a bot account in the fediverse, expects people to love it, and is then surprised when people get mad. If you are thinking of writing or hosting a bot account …
    By Hugh Rundle, 868 words
  2. James' Coffee Blog
    I am a technical writer. I live in Scotland. This is my blog. 🇬🇧 More info

    having a website
    One of the things I love about poetry is you can set out with a theme in mind and, through the limitations of rhyme, end up on a completely different -- but equally delightful -- …
    By - (James), 42 words
  3. James Stanley
    The writing is bad and the stories are not very interesting. 🇬🇧 More info

    How to read from a TCP socket (but were too afraid to ask)
    You can get surprisingly far, before it bites you, with only a fuzzy and incorrect understanding of how you should read from a TCP socket. I see this often in (failing) Protohackers solutions. Once you …
    1,444 words
  4. Jerry Ng's blog
    Welcome to my personal website. Here, I write about my silly pursuits and unlikely follies. 🇸🇬 More info

    10,000 Hours of Gaming
    10,000 hours — that’s how long it takes for you to be good at something. Or at least that’s what they say. Well for me, that's how long I immersed myself in taking gaming rather …
    By Jerry Ng, 1,822 words
  5. joisig gone awol | Posts
    By Jói Sigurdsson. 🇮🇸 More info

    Easter egg hunt / páskaratleikur 2024
    This won’t make much sense if you don’t speak Icelandic, but the gist of it is, every year since we moved into our house in 2016, we’ve put together a treasure hunt for the kids, …
    By Jói Sigurdsson, 259 words
  6. José Cabeda
    A data engineer focused on improving data systems and educating on how to use them. 🇵🇹 More info

  7. Joy of Computing
    A new link every weekday from the Recurse Center community. 🇺🇸 More info

    Tuesday, Jan 30 Trikona (permalink) made and submitted by RnkSngh An moveable and rotatable 3-d Sierpinski pyramid made in Haskell — RnkSngh
    By RnkSngh, 22 words
  8. Julia Evans
    This blog is about being delighted about programming…. 🇨🇦 More info

    Notes on git's error messages
    While writing about Git, I’ve noticed that a lot of folks struggle with Git’s error messages. I’ve had many years to get used to these error messages so it took me a really long time …
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  9. Justin Noel
    Full Stack Developer: Developing apps, sites, and software with a variety of tools: • React/Native • Ionic • Cloudflare • Supabase • HTML/CSS/JS. 🇺🇸 More info

    "Blendposting" Kitchen Scraps
    Do you get frustrated when you have to throw out fruits and vegetables that have gone bad?Have lots of kitchen scraps but can't be bothered to compost them due to possible smell, rodents, HOA rules, …
    By Justin Noel, 671 words
  10. Kev Quirk
    Part time geek, full time idiot. 🇬🇧 More info

    What About Anonymous Blogging?
    Have you ever thought about blogging anonymously? I blog under my real name, but wonder if that could have held me back... Yes, people, that's right "Kev Quirk" is my legit, legal name. I've had …
    563 words
  11. k-hole
    The game development and design blog of Kyle Kukshtel. 🇺🇸 More info

    I recently needed to send a friend some images in a way that could be referred to later/added to. Images to create a “mood”. A “moodboard” if you will. Here were my options: Make a …
    By Introducing, 2,544 words
  12. ktheory
    The personal blog of Aaron Suggs. 🇺🇸 More info

    Useful models: the barbell strategy
    The barball strategy, popularized by Nassim Taleb, is a way to navigate risk/reward tradeoffs when you’re skeptical about the accuracy the risk estimates. While it originated in financial investing, it can apply to product and …
    180 words
  13. (lambda (x) (create x))
    By Will Sinatra. 🇺🇸 More info

    Overlay Deployments for SaltStack
    Overlay Deployments for SaltStack or building exception systems with Ansible · February 18th, 2024 Let's take a look at a real world problem and build a simple solution for it. We have a complex configuration …
    1,242 words
  14. learnbyexample
    Learn Python, Regex, Linux, Scripting, Vim, Ebooks, Self-Publishing and Interesting Tech Nuggets. By Sundeep Agarwal. More info

    CLI computation with GNU datamash
    This is a work-in-progress post on the GNU datamash command. I'm hoping this post will serve as a quick reference for some of the use cases and tickle your curiosity if you haven't come across …
    511 words
  15. A Less Mad March
    Blogging, generally about Rust. By Adam Chalmers. 🇺🇸 More info

    Video: My VM and its time-travelling debugger
    My work at Zoo has recently focused on KCL, our CAD programming language. Currently our modeling app uses a tree-walk interpreter, but for various reasons we've been exploring a proper compiler instead. I've been developing …
    89 words
  16. Lewis Dale - Blog
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    It's CSS Naked Day
    It’s CSS Naked Day[1], so to celebrate I’ve stripped all of the CSS from my blog. I’ve added a quick Nunjucks shortcode to make it easier, so the CSS should automagically reappear tomorrow morning: eleventyConfig.addGlobalData('isCSSNakedDay', …
    By Lewis Dale, 136 words
  17. Lim Chee Aun – Blog
    The purpose of this site is to serve as a playground for my thoughts and experiments. 🇸🇬 More info

    2023 in review
    This is probably going to be short as this year is perhaps the most unproductive year I've ever had.As usual, I start this off with a compilation of monthly "highlights" that I've already listed in …
    998 words
    By Linus Åkesson. 🇸🇪 More info

    Bach Forever
    A short loop based on Bach's Passacaglia in C Minor, BWV 582.
    14 words
  19. Lj Miranda
    A collection of notes, projects, and essays. 🇵🇭 More info

    A lexical view of contrast pairs in preference datasets
    Preference data is a staple in the final step of the LLM training pipeline. During RLHF, we train a reward model by showing pairs of chosen and rejected model outputs so that it can teach …
    By LJ MIRANDA, 1,638 words
  20. The lost outpost – technology, photography, society, and life
    technology, photography, society, and life. By Andy Piper. 🇬🇧 More info

    Personal cards
    I’ve been getting to more events lately (casual meetups, small conferences, academic workshops, etc); but, I’ve been dissatisfied with my answer when I was asked the question “what do you do right now?” – because …
    By Andy Piper, 556 words