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  1. Luke's Wild Website - Blog
    The blog and personal website of Luke Harris. 🇺🇸 More info

    Woke up to the beginning of another trip around the sun. It honestly feels weird—nineteen was ten years ago. Thirty is next year. What. Rode the “L” this evening. There was a guy on the …
    By Luke Harris, 385 words
    The blog, projects, and assorted output of Tom MacWright. 🇺🇸 More info

    Reading I don’t think you should focus on the failure of others, or even the success of others. What you do need to do—and what is surprisingly hard—is to define success for your own part …
    By Tom MacWright, 420 words
  3. malgregator
    DevOps, Security, Cryptography. By Peter Gasper. 🇸🇰 More info

  4. Marc Brooker's Blog - Marc's Blog
    I've been writing code, reading code, and living vicariously through computers for as long as I can remember. I like to build things that work. I also dabble in machining, welding, cooking and skiing. 🇺🇸 More info

    Formal Methods: Just Good Engineering Practice?
    Formal Methods: Just Good Engineering Practice? Yes. The answer is yes. In your face, Betteridge. Earlier this week, I did the keynote at TLA+ conf 2024. My message in the keynote was something I have …
    By Marc Brooker, 1,451 words
  5. Mario Carrion
    Make a choice. Commit to it. Trust the process. 🇺🇸 More info

    What is new in Go 1.22?
    No language changes but really nice additions.
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  6. Martin Heinz's Blog
    Most of [the blog posts] are about topics that I'm most interested in, such as containers, security, CI/CD, or about programming languages like Python or Go. 🇸🇰 More info

    Shell History Is Your Best Productivity Tool
    If you work in shell/terminal often enough, then over time the history will become your personal knowledge vault, documentation and command reference. Being able to use this personal documentation efficiently can hugely boost your productivity. …
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  7. Matt Keeter // blog
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    It's Free Real Estate
    By Matt Keeter
  8. Michael Tsai - Blog
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    Elegant Concurrency Operations in Core Data
    Fatbobman (Mastodon): This article aims to explore how to introduce elegant and safe concurrency operations similar to those of SwiftData into Core Data, implementing a Core Data version of @ModelActor. […] Following the fundamental principles …
    By Michael Tsai, 117 words
  9. Mocoso - Joel Chippindale's blog
    A collection of Joel Chippindale's infrequent reckons. 🇬🇧 More info

    Take aways from LeadDev Berlin '23
    I really enjoyed attending and speaking at LeadDev Berlin in 2023. Here are just a few of the things that I took away from the conference. When to make quick decisions I learned the most …
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    Updates about my life and what I learn about creating software. By Michael Lynch. 🇺🇸 More info

    TinyPilot: Month 45
    New here? Hi, I’m Michael. I’m a software developer and the founder of TinyPilot, an independent computer hardware company. I started the company in 2020, and it now earns $80-110k/month in revenue and employs six …
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  11. musicmatzes blog
    By Matthias Beyer. 🇩🇪 More info

    We Are Developers Feedback
    The following piece was written months ago, right after the “We Are Developers World Conference” took place in Berlin. So far I have not been reached out to for providing feedback to the conference, and …
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  12. NetNewsWire
    News of the newsreader. 🇺🇸 More info

    NetNewsWire Turns 21
    Thanks so so much to everybody who’s supported the app over the years!🎩🎉 Let’s do 21 more!
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  13. Nick Pachulski - iPhone App Developer
    Posts about software development. 🇺🇸 More info

    Syncing State with AsyncStorage
    I have a few providers which initialize state, shove it in a context, and then ensure that the state is synchronized with AsyncStorage so that if the app is quit and restarted, the context’s state …
    By Nick Pachulski, 403 words
    Making, baking, and (un-)breaking things in Southeast Michigan. By Steve Vigneau. 🇺🇸 More info

    Fork-Mount Bike Rack for Honda Odyssey (2018+)
    Recently I purchased a Honda Odyssey (2024 EX-L) to replace my aging Subaru Outback and get something a bit better for longer trips. Specifically, I wanted to be able to easily put two (or more) …
    By Steve Vigneau, 686 words
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    Week #687 & #688
    Week #687 We started the week with a few potentially new projects down-under in Australia. Most of these projects fall into custom software development: Data Bridge category. Companies have data in one silo and need …
    By optional Bot, 570 words
  16. Paolo Amoroso's Journal
    Tech projects, hobby programming, and geeky thoughts of Paolo Amoroso. 🇮🇹 More info

    Testing the Practical Common Lisp code on Medley
    When the Medley Interlisp Project began reviving the system around 2020, its Common Lisp implementation was in the state it had when commercial development petered out in the 1990s, mostly prior to the ANSI standard. …
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  17. Paul Mucur
    The personal web site of consultant Technical/Engineering Lead Paul Mucur. 🇬🇧 More info

    Weeknotes #105
    I am writing these notes between a five year old’s birthday party and a 67 year old’s birthday dinner. It remains to be seen which one is the more chaotic. Our aforementioned break in the …
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  18. Paul's page
    My blog. By Paul Tötterman. 🇫🇮 More info

    rsync backups for NixOS
    There are several nice options in NixOS for specifying scheduled backup jobs, including borgbackup, borgmatic and restic. But I’ve often used rsync in the past, and there is no such module for scheduled rsync jobs …
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  19. The Phoenix Trap
    Personal blog of Mark Gardner. I help Perl devel­op­ers build mod­ern, disciplined appli­ca­tions by writing easy-​to-​main­tain code with con­fi­dence. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Watch “Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life” for free
    Do you have a public library card or go to a university? Then you can watch the Oscar-nominated documentary Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life for free on Kanopy! The film sweeps from Rand’s childhood …
    By Mark Gardner, 96 words
  20. ploeh blog
    Danish software design. By Mark Seemann. 🇩🇰 More info

    Fitting a polynomial to a set of points
    The story of a fiasco. This is the second in a small series of articles titled Trying to fit the hype cycle. In the introduction, I've described the exercise I had in mind: Determining a …
    By Mark Seemann, 1,182 words