1. Papadimitriou, and Vazirani
2. HTTP/2: 400gb of images per day
3. a tool for powerful automation of OS X
4. Quantum Origin of Time (bbc.com)
5. Fund Wants to Use Atomic Clocks to Beat High-Speed Traders (bloomberg.com)
6. easily run Kubernetes locally (kubernetes.io)
7. Farewell to FRP
8. invasive way to introduce Elm to our stack,
9. to use Elm at work (elm-lang.org)
10. C to Rust translator written in Haskell (github.com)
11. Algorithms based on the Backpropagation
12. of commands that you can ask Google
13. Berkeley
14. a BitTorrent client from scratch in C
15. a BitTorrent client in Haskell 
16. to Write a Bittorrent Client, Part 1
17. Integration Testing at the Speed of Netflix
18. simple, fully featured command line note taking tool written in Rust
19. Feynman's famous diagrams embody a deep shift in thinking about how the universe is put together
20. of Mental Models: Wisdom of Crowds
21. 15-721 (Spring 2016) Database Systems (cmu.edu)
22. by Gil Tene on Low Latency Java in the Real World: LMAX Exchange
23. Through Time to Increase Your Effectiveness
24. Concepts To Add To Your Cognitive Toolkit
25. algorithm uses a recurrent neural network to predict sound features from videos
26. Feynman Diagrams Are So Important (quantamagazine.org)
27. simple, fully featured command line note taking tool written in Rust
28. Integration Testing at the Speed of Netflix
29. AnalysisVolume I: A Gentle Introduction
30. Calculus%2C Linear Algebra%2C and Differential Forms%3A A Unified ApproachVector Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Forms A Unified Approach
31. Definitive Guide to Linux System Calls
32. for Erlang
33. Joy and Agony of Haskell in Production
34. Artificial Intelligence: Foundations of Computational Agents
35. Data analysis with Monoids
36. Finding and Solving Problems
37. Monads to Machine Code (Part 1)
38. A tidy, linear Git history
39. bytecode-level engineering, and beyond
40. A collection of tips to help take your CSS skills pro.
41. Demonstrating Shem 
42. Common Probability Distributions: The Data Scientist’s Crib Sheet
43. The Greatest Unsolved Problem In Theoretical Physics: Why Gravity Is So Weak
44. Elm by Example (elm-by-example.org)
45. tutorial for the Elm programming language
46. Poor man's VPN via ssh socks proxy
47. Software Foundations, the mathematical underpinnings of reliable software
48. Fraunhofer Lines
49. 1ML  core and modules united
50. Abstract Algebra: The definition of a Group
51. A/B Testing, from scratch
52. Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence
53. Ask HN: What's your favorite online course?
54. The most beautiful theory
56. A python tutorial on bayesian modeling techniques
57. A Tale of Two Onboardings
58. ore lessons learned from building machine learning systems (slideshare.net)
59. Understanding Machine Learning: From Theory to Algorithms (2014) (huji.ac.il)
60. Anatomy of a Haskell-based Application (abailly.github.io)
61. Erlang beauty (ikura.co)
62. A Visual Introduction to DSP for SDR (switchb.org)
63. Introducing the new Google 
64. A bird's eye view on API development
65. A bird's eye view on API development
66. Plotting tools for networks, part I
67. The Discovery of Statistical Regression
68. Spot instances allow you to bid for unused capacity
69. Your live coding demo is boring (inconshreveable.com)
70. Instagration Pt. 2: Scaling our infrastructure to multiple data centers
71. smartparens
72. On Being Smart (2009) [pdf] (epfl.ch)
73. Visualizing Algorithms
74. A lot of websockets in Haskell
75. http://www.ribbonfarm.com/2015/10/29/quasiparticles-and-the-miracle-of-emergence/
76. Locked doors, headaches, and intellectual need (mkremins.github.io) 77. Inside the ubiquitous 741 op amp, the circuits in silicon 78. Focusing on Spot Instances – Let’s Talk About Best Practices 79. Making Sense of Dell EMC  VMware 80. Mining Modern Repositories with Elasticsearch 81. Visualizing Docker Containers and Images 82. Securing AWS Credentials on Engineer's Machines 83. Mars Loops The Loop - Wonders of the Solar System 84. Java 8’s new Optional type doesn't solve anything (medium.com) 85. List of the Most Popular MOOCs (onlinecoursereport.com) 86. The 50 Most Popular MOOCs of All Time 87. Swarm vs. Fleet vs. Kubernetes vs. Mesos (oreilly.com) 88. How to Criticize with Kindness: Philosopher Daniel Dennett on the Four Steps to Arguing Intelligently 89. Adventures in financial and software engineering 90. UWSGI VS. GUNICORN, OR HOW TO MAKE PYTHON GO FASTER THAN NODE 91. Deploying a sharded, production-ready MongoDB cluster with Ansible 92. Getting started with OTP: creating psycho families ! 93. Floating IPs: Start Architecting Your Applications for High Availability 94. So you're learning OCaml (hyegar.com) 95. Facebook Relay: An Evil And/Or Incompetent Attack on REST (pandastrike.com) 96. Facebook Relay: An Evil And/Or Incompetent Attack On REST 97. Debugging Lisp Part 1: Recompilation 98. ElixirConf 2015 - Keynote by José Valim 99. Simple Sequential A/B Testing 100. JSF Tutorial: An Introduction to JSF 101. Rebuilding Our Infrastructure with Docker, ECS, and Terraform 102. Choose Concurrency-Friendly Data Structures 103. A Taste of Haskell - part1 July 23, 2007 104. Adventure with Types in Haskell - Simon Peyton Jones (Lecture 1) 105. Developing with Docker at IFTTT 106. Basics of Space Flight: Orbital Mechanics (braeunig.us) 107. ORBITAL MECHANICS 108. GHC API-based backend for emacs 109. How to Write a Git Commit Message 110. Alan Kay, 2015: Power of Simplicity 111. Probability 112. Xavier Noria: Homage to Perl 113. A Web Crawler With asyncio Coroutines 114. Launching the world’s most affordable solar-powered light 115. Notes on How Parsers and Compilers Work 116. Scott Wlaschin - Railway Oriented Programming 117. Functional programming design patterns by Scott Wlaschin 118. Developing ClojureScript With Figwheel 119. A successful strategy to get college students thinking critically 120. List of common misconceptions 121. The Myth of Chastity Belts (atlasobscura.com) 122. PYTHON TIPS 123. Intermediate Python 124. Ngrok – Expose any local server behind a NAT or firewall to the Internet (ngrok.com) 125. “CS for All” developed at Harvey Mudd College 126. When would you choose Erlang? (2013) (troutwine.us) 127. Agda Tutorial 128. Ask HN: Books with a high signal to noise ratio? 129. How Google Translate squeezes deep learning onto a phone (googleresearch.blogspot.com) 130. SSL tools we wish we'd known about earlier (certsimple.com) 131. The Open Logic Project (openlogicproject.org) 132. Change of basis in Linear Algebra (thegreenplace.net) 133. Change of basis in Linear Algebra 134. Securing Go web applications 135. Show HN: CSS Quality Guide (github.com) 136. building a simple guestbook application using Luminus 137. How Arel Converts Ruby Queries Into SQL Statements 138. lifestyle business? 139. Data Structures and Functional Programming 140. Interviewing candidates (ericlippert.com) 141. Interviewing candidates 142. How to undo (almost) anything with Git 143. Lucene: The Good Parts 144. Show HN: Differential Equations Explained (lewis500.github.io) 145. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS EXPLAINED 146. Concise electronics for geeks 147. Great Worksin Programming LanguagesCollected by Benjamin C. Pierce 148. ØMQ - The Guide (zeromq.org) 149. Solved by Flexbox (philipwalton.github.io) 150. Gin is a web framework written in Go (Golang) 151. Teaching Statistics 152. Postmortem of a Venture-backed Startup 153. NAT traversal is known as UDP hole punching. 154. Process and thread fundamentals 155. Kill MathBret Victor 156. how I teach everyone Haskell 157. Making Money From FP 158. The Great Math Mystery 159. PyFormat Using % and .format() for great good! 160. Peter Norvig: How Computers Learn 161. Modern Methods for Sentiment Analysis 162. Free Ebook: How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3 (howtocodeinhtml.com) 163. How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3 164. How I Start: Clojure (howistart.org) 165. Electrical Engineering and Computer Science » Mathematics for Computer Science » Video 166. Learning VIM while playing a game 167. Hacker's guide to Neural Networks 168. Exact real arithmetic 169. Dad and The Ten Commandments of Egoless Programming (2012) (stephenwyattbush.com) 170. Why Children Need Chores (wsj.com) 171. Khan Academy: Algorithms (khanacademy.org) 172. Zanshin: Learning the Art of Attention and Focus From a Legendary Samurai Archer 173. http://www.idreamofwires.org/
174. Lucene: The Good Parts (parsely.com) 175. OR: I seriously like NASA, and insulting you in the process 176. Fake Amazon Tech Book Reviews Are Hurting My Book (perl.org) 177. An intro to Bayesian methods and probabilistic programming from a computation/understanding-first, 178. Lens Tutorial - Introduction (part 1) 179. AppLovin: Marketing To Mobile Consumers Worldwide By Processing 30 Billion Requests A Day 180. Seneca On the Proper Use of Time 181. SEEING CIRCLES, SINES, AND SIGNALS 182. Stephen King’s “Everything You Need to Know About Writing Successfully – in Ten Minutes” 183. Hacking with Andrew and Brad: an HTTP/2 client 184. Psychology Journal Bans Significance Testing 185. Week 1 (14 January): Introduction to Haskell 186. bitemyapp/learnhaskell 187. Startup advice, briefly 188. Refactoring code that accesses external services 189. Why OCaml, why now? (2014) (spyder.wordpress.com) 190. Clojure from the ground up: debugging 191. Docker in Action - Fitter, Happier, More Productive 192. An introduction to QuickCheck by example: Number theory and Okasaki's red-black trees 193. .htaccess Snippets 194. Screw motivation, what you need is discipline (wisdomination.com) 195. Haskell in the Large [pdf] (haskell.org) 196. Being a retired professor 197. Dissecting Message Queues 198. NSQ is a successor to simplequeue 199. Mistakes Developers Make When Using Python for Big Data 200. Positioning in web design 201. The Simulated Annealing Algorithm (katrinaeg.com) 202. Eigenvectors and eigenvalues explained visually (setosa.io) 203. Go Static or Go Home 204. Python Tips and Traps 205. Matter.js - a 2D rigid body physics engine for the web (brm.io) 206. Awk in 20 Minutes 207. Misconceptions about evolution 208. How to raise successful children (washingtonpost.com) 209. What does it take to run a web app with 5K - 10K users? 210. Looking to Scale Your Sales? Seven Bullets to Dodge 211. Sed - An Introduction and Tutorial by Bruce Barnett 212. Y combinator in Scheme (jao.io) 213. Write You a Haskell -  Building a modern functional compiler (stephendiehl.com) 214. Building a modern functional compiler from first principles. 215. The Science and Art of Practicing 216. Top Down Operator PrecedenceDouglas Crockford 217. Make Your Own Programming Language (mattias-.github.io) 218. DIY: Make Your Own Programming Language 219. The Genius and Faith of Faraday and Maxwell (thenewatlantis.com) 220. http://www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/the-genius-and-faith-of-faraday-and-maxwell
221. The two cultures of mathematics and biology 222. Golang is Trash 223. A Gentle Introduction to Data Compression (bertolami.com) 224. Fundamentals of Compression 225. Why did eukaryotes evolve only once? 226. Effectively Managing Memory at Gmail Scale (html5rocks.com) 227. Effectively Managing Memory at Gmail scale 228. How GPUs Work (virginia.edu) 229. theory nLabcategory theory 230. Introducing Names: practical namespaces for Emacs-Lisp 231. futurice/android-best-practices 232. Purpose Your Day: Most Important Task (MIT) 233. Who Can Name the Bigger Number? 234. Category Theory by Tom LaGatta 235. Continuous Deployment: Implementation 236. Large Scale Deep Learning - Jeff Dean [pdf] (googleusercontent.com) 237. Postgres full-text search is good enough (lostpropertyhq.com) 238. Postgres full-text search is Good Enough! 239. Docker at Lyst (lyst.com) 240. Reimplementing "git clone" in Haskell from the bottom up 241. How to Get a Quant Job in Finance (financejobs.co) 242. Ask HN: How or where to begin learning mathematics from first principles? 243. Flakes Framework 244. Worked example: Designing for correctness 245. Bayesian vs. frequentist: squabbling among the ignorant (madhadron.com 246. Learn You an Agda 247. The Philosophy of Computer Science (2013) (stanford.edu) 248. The Philosophy of Computer Science 249. The Saddest Thing I Know about the Integers (scientificamerican.com) 250. The integers are a unique factorization domain, so we can't tune pianos. 251. Build Your Own Lisp 252. Functional Programming Patterns (slideshare.net) 253. EEVblog 254. Image Processing with Comonads 255. COS 326Functional Programming 256. The Future of Asynchronous IO in Python (medium.com) 257. Git: To squash or not to squash? 258. Here are some of the sensors that we used in our prototypes. 259. Visualizing distributions of data 260. The Y Combinator (Slight Return) 261. Why the Cross Product Is What It Is 262. Introduction to Dependent Types: Haskell on Steroids 263. OCaml Briefly (mads379.github.io) 264. Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science 265. How Does a Debugger Work? 266. Natural Language Processing for the Working Programmer 267. CS 3110 Fall 2013 :: Data Structures and Functional Programming 268. CIS 194 269. Raptor is a new Ruby web server that's up to 4x faster than Unicorn 270. The Founder's Guide to Selling Your Company (justinkan.com) 271. The Founder's Guide To Selling Your Company 272. Sometimes, it's just time to go home (benmilne.com) 273. Your ultimate guide to Minimum Viable Product ( great examples) 274. The Quality, Popularity, and Negativity of 5.6 Million Hacker News Comments 275. The Traveling Salesman with Simulated Annealing, R, and Shiny 276. How to Build Stable, Accessible Data Infrastructure at a Startup 277. Building C Projects 278. 7 Principles of Rich Web Applications 279. Geiser is a collection of Emacs major and minor modes that conspire with one or more Scheme interpreters 280. Hacker's guide to Neural Networks 281. Neural Networks and Deep Learning is a free online book. 282. How L1 and L2 CPU caches work, and why they're an essential part of modern chips 283. CHICKEN internals: the garbage collector 284. Cheney on the M.T.A. 285. Calculus with pics and gifs (0a.io) 286. 0a explains: Calculus (with pics and gifs) 287. the magic constant 0x5f3759df 288. Define CTO (gregbrockman.com) 289. https://blog.gregbrockman.com/figuring-out-the-cto-role-at-stripe
290. AT&T Archives: Similarities of Wave Behavior 291. Using Clojure At MixRadio 292. complete coverage of Tetris 293. mini-tutorial that explains Earley parsing 294. Computer Science from the Bottom Up 295. 1984 v. Brave New World (lettersofnote.com) 296. 1984 v. Brave New World 297. How Facebook Makes Mobile Work 298. metal shaving, drilling, chipbreaking 299. Bokeh is a Python interactive visualization library 300. Blaze provides a familiar interface to various computational resources. 301. Seaborn is a Python visualization library based on matplotlib. 302. tech industry, Andreessen 303. Data Visualization with JavaScript 304. Simple CPU (simplecpu.com) 305. SimpleCPU.com 306. A Quick and Practical Reference for tcpdump 307. Why threads can't fork 308. Building Web Apps with Go (gitbooks.io) 309. Building Web Apps with Go 310. Arrow's Theorem (stanford.edu) 311. In Search of Time's Origin 312. The Undocumented Guide to Using SSL on Google App Engine 313. Choosing a Web Framework: Django, Flask, or Pyramid (airpair.com) 314. Seven deadly sins of talking about "types" 315. Procedural colors for video games 316. History of Apache Storm and lessons learned 317. Tim Parks is Associate Professor of Literature and Translation at 318. The Books We Talk About (and Those We Don't) 319. Naive Bayes and Text Classification I 320. http://beautifulchemistry.net/
321. Purely Functional 3D in Typed Racket 322. Purely Functional 3D in Typed Racket 323. Infrastructure automation by example (practicingruby.com) 324. How does SQLite work? Part 1: pages! 325. Finally, a SCSS Live Editor. 326. The Surprising Path to a Faster NYTimes.com 327. How to test Async Ocaml code 328. Bad Notes on Venture Capital 329. Clojure web security is worse than you think (hackworth.be) 330. Vectorization in Julia 331. Haskell Dice of Doom - Part 1 332. Install hakaru by running 333. Organizing Functional Code for Parallel Execution 334. CONS is your friend 335. Dimensions -  Measure everything you see in the browser (felixniklas.com) 336. A POSIX Queue Implementation 337. The Y Combinator (no, not that one) 338. How Apple Pay works and why it matters for developers 339. Parsing: a timeline 340. JSON Web Token: The Useful Little Standard You Haven't Heard About 341. Basic Concepts Of Electricity 342. But Gauss thought about this differently. 343. Draft chapters of the Ruby on Rails Tutorial (3rd Ed.) 344. BISAC Subject Headings List, Mathematics 345. Medium's CSS is actually pretty fucking good. 346. Magento Dev Best Practices 347. The Future Programming Manifesto (alarmingdevelopment.org) 348. UX Lessons from Weebly 349. Using Emacs for Haskell development (github.com) 350. Why Racket? Why Lisp? 351. Let's Take a Trip Inside a Power Strip! 352. The Zen of Gradient Descent 353. Finally, a simple static desktop web server. 354. Iterables and Iterators 355. Getting it Done with Haskell 356. Stop Building Products Nobody Wants - How to Validate Your Business Idea (hatchery.io) 357. How To Validate Your Business Idea By Testing A Hypothesis! 358. Applicative Functors (pbrisbin.com) 359. Open Source Email Templates 360. Ephemeral port range 361. CloudFlare Now Supports WebSockets (cloudflare.com) 362. Aspects of Plant Intelligence 363. Markov ChainsA visual explanation by Victor Powell 364. 26 of our most popular photography cheat sheets 365. Using SSL Certificates with HAProxy 366. An Interactive Introductionto Graphics Programming 367. How recursion got into programming: a comedy of errors 368. Bootstrap Themes and Templates 369. StackOverflow Update: 560M Pageviews A Month, 25 Servers, And It's All About Performance 370. Introduction to A* (redblobgames.com) 371. Introduction to A* 372. Extensible effects in Haskell 373. Extensible Effects: an alternative to Monad Transformers 374. A Gentle Introduction to Monad Transformers 375. Anatomy of a system call, part 1 376. Show HN: Shoelace.io - Visual Bootstrap Grid Builder and Teacher Beta (shoelace.io) 377. The Subtle Magic Behind Why the Bootstrap 3 Grid Works 378. A ToC of the 20 part linker essay 379. The Polite Javascript Color Library 380. Predicting the World Cup with the Google Cloud Platform 381. Mutable Algorithms in Immutable Languages, Part 1 382. Quoc Le's Lectures on Deep Learning 383. You might not need a WebSocket 384. A PROPER SERVER NAMING SCHEME 385. HE NATURE OF CODE 386. How to maintain a successful open source project 387. Accounting for Computer Scientists 388. Haskell Data Analysis CookbookBuy it! 389. Mathematics is like the One Ring in the Lord of the Rings 390. Cracking the Brain's Codes 391. gevent For the Working Python Developer 392. Virtual Panel on Reactive Programming 393. SOA Series Part 2: SOA Sample Apps and Their Development and Deployment Flow 394. The Exit Curve: Exitround's Report On Tech M 395. 5 Common Server Setups For Your Web App (digitalocean.com) 396. 5 Common Server Setups For Your Web Application 397. LiquidHaskell 398. Shell Style Guide 399. Web API performance: profiling Django REST framework 400. a List of Undergraduate and Basic Graduate Textbooks and Lecture Notes - the blog 401. Chicago undergraduate mathematics bibliography 402. Basics of Machine Learning 403. MAP: Every Country's Highest-Valued Export 404. Pathfinding Demystified 405. A/B Testing in MailChimp: 7 Years of Successful Experiments 406. A Modern Perspective on Calculus-Based Introductory Physics 407. Functional programming in Clojure 408. Dangerous Knowledge 409. Why Python is Slow: Looking Under the Hood 410. Hybrid sweet spot: Native navigation, web content 411. Bootstrap 3 Tips and Tricks You Might Not Know 412. Bootstrap 3 Tips and Tricks You Might Not Know 413. Emacs: Python Debugging, Send Code to an Arbitrary Buffer 414. How to Sell Online: The Single Best Pieces of Advice From 41 Successful Ecommerce Entrepreneurs 415. Introduction to Markov Processes 416. An interactive explanation of quadtrees 417. 2048 in Idris 418. Better Bash Scripting in 15 Minutes 419. CSS to have learned not to make these common mistakes anymore 420. Learn CSS Layout 421. An interactive tour of F 422. Build Your Own Lisp 423. So Good They Can't Ignore You - by Cal NewportISBN: 1455509124 424. Making Sites Fly with Varnish 425. Markov Networks, Monoids, and Futurama 426. http://www.mehryar.com/bookmarks/bookmarks.html
427. scout_realtime 428. 12 Rules for Learning Foreign Languages in Record Time — The Only Post You'll Ever Need 429. Problem: Threads Are Bad 430. Smart Guy Productivity Pitfalls (bookofhook.blogspot.de) 431. Smart Guy Productivity Pitfalls 432. IP, TCP, and HTTP 433. how Go programs keep time with the help of the Linux kernel. 434. Visualizing Bayes' theorem 435. MAKING REMOTE WORK WORK 436. Composing contracts: an adventure in financial engineering, 437. Probabilistic Programmingand Bayesian Methods for Hackers 438. Common pitfalls in Python 439. A tcpdump Tutorial and Primer 440. A tcpdump Tutorial and Primer 441. Git tips from the trenchesFacebook 442. Rendering PCM with simulated phosphor persistence 443. sudo bang bang 444. The Magic of Strace 445. How to properly use Creative Commons images on your projects (gozesty.com) 446. How to find great Images for your Websites and Projects for free 447. How to safely invoke Webhooks 448. Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces (wisc.edu) 449. Why Are There So Many Pythons? 450. Vincent makes it easy to build Vega with Python. 451. Implementing a JIT Compiled Language with Haskell and LLVM 452. The Seven Deadly Sins of Startup Storytelling 453.   Why Why Functional Programming Matters Matters 454. What are the "real numbers," really? 455. Devtools Console, from Novice to Ninja 456. The Algebra of Data, and the Calculus of Mutation 457. Entrepreneurship is not ideation 458. The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Volume II 459. QCon San Francisco 2013 460. Neural Networks and Deep Learning 461. A Programmer's Guide to Data Mining 462. Why Use Make 463. A First Course in Linear Algebra 464. Profiling Python Like a Boss 465. You Could Have Invented Monads! (And Maybe You Already Have.) 466. Visualizing Garbage Collection in Ruby and Python 467. Richard Feynman on the Double Slit Paradox: Particle or Wave? 468. Non-Creepy Networking: Party Etiquette (jessicahische.is) 469. Namecoin, A Replacement For SSL 470. katsenblog 471. Designing With Class: Sinatra PostgreSQL Heroku 472. Don't build the best REST API, build the best HTTP API 473. Entrepreneurship Gives Life Meaning 474. .00006% Chance of Building a Billion Dollar Company 475. RESTful services with jQuery, PHP and the Slim Framework 476. Machine Learning 477. Introduction to Machine Learning 478. How to Make An Inexpensive Light Tent - DIY 479. Politics and the English LanguageGeorge Orwell, 1946 480. http://compilers.iecc.com/crenshaw/ 481. How to Build a Subscription Service on Rails: A Noob's Guide 482. Fast Rails Tests 483. Why You Don't Get Mock Objects 484. AngularJS Learning Resources 485. A Better Way to Learn AngularJS 486. Clojure from the ground up: welcome 487. An ML Blitz Course 488. An Introduction to libuv 489. BrandColors 490. Learn Haskell Fast and Hard 491. Earthquakes recorded for the last week 492. Physics: What We Do and Don't Know 493. Lessons Learned Going from Zero to $30k/Month in a Year (groovehq.com) 494. To an alarming degree, science is not self-correcting (economist.com) 495. toc.pdf 496. Index of /~vazirani/algorithms 497. HTTPS Performance Tuning 498. What Kind of Food is Your Brain Eating? 499. Why Are Hundreds of Harvard Students Studying Ancient Chinese Philosophy? (theatlantic.com) 500. Friday Q 501. Warp is a high-performance HTTP server library written in Haskell 502. Misconceptions about evolution 503. Reviews Written by Peter Haggstrom 504. Do-It-Yourself MFE 505. Experiences With OCaml Objects 506. git concepts simplified 507. gevent For the Working Python Developer 508. Spaced repetition for study and learning (gwern.net) 509. SPACED REPETITION 510. HaskellDB: A long tutorial 511. Example on using HaskellDB 512. A modest STL tutorial 513. / tutorials on C 514. The Architecture of Open Source Applications 515. Ask HN: What are the obstacles to learning on your own? 516. Ask HN: What literature do you read? 517. Why Is Zambia So Poor? (psmag.com) 518. Why Is Zambia So Poor? 519. A Course in Machine Learning (ciml.info) 520. A Course in Machine Learning 521. How To Deconstruct Almost Anything (1993) (fudco.com) 522. Click here, save a life, for real 523. Linux Performance Measurements using vmstat (thomas-krenn.com) 524. multivariable calculus 525. single variable calculus book 526. How A Car Engine Works 527. THE NATURE OF CODE 528. The First Few Milliseconds of an HTTPS Connection 529. Reddit: Lessons Learned From Mistakes Made Scaling To 1 Billion Pageviews A Month 530. ColourLovers API! 531. Survive The Deep End! 532. Practical PHP Programming 533. PHP Essentials 534. Learn C The Hard Way 535. The C Book Table of Contents 536. Beej's Guide to C Programming 537. Beej's Guide to Network ProgrammingUsing Internet Sockets 538. Type Theory and Functional Programming 539. The TCP/IP Guide 540. DECISION-THEORETIC PLANNING 541. 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Tessel is an Internet-connected microcontroller for software developers. 563. Public speaking for introverts (danshipper.com) 564. Blog List&utm_campaign=718f71be14-Newsletter_nice_design_17_8_11_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c18fe7384e-718f71be14-40620601 Public speaking for introverts 565. Do things, write about it (mdswanson.com) 566. Agda by Example: λ-calculus 567. PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library (python.org) 568. Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library 569. How Much Do Average Apps Make On Each Platform? (forbes.com) 570. How Much Do Average Apps Make? 571. showterm 572. The Importance of Realism in Startups 573. Rails 4 startup template (github.com) 574. Rails Startup template 575. What makes Lua tick? (lua-users.org) 576. Subject: Re: What makes Lua tick? 577. How and why writing crypto is hard (2012) (acooke.org) 578. Why and How Writing Crypto is Hard 579. CSS Absolute Centering (codepen.io) 580. http://codepen.io/shshaw/full/gEiDt
581. Math Advances Raise the Prospect of an Internet Security Crisis 582. Why You Don't A/B Test... And How You Can Start This August 583. basic category theory 584. Raspberry Pi Hardware - Computerphile 585. Stat2.2x: Introduction to Statistics: Probability 586. Physics 253: Quantum Field TheoryLectures by Sidney R. Coleman 587. DNS: The Good Parts 588. Reading the Ruby Source to Understand Rails Idiosyncrasies 589. The Real Value of Stock Options 590. Reimplementing "git clone" in Haskell from the bottom up 591. How to build (and how not to build) a secure "remember me" feature 592. Adioso 593. Getting Physical With Memory 594. 13 Critically Important Lessons from Over 50 Growth Hackers 595. What if I lost my laptop? (itlater.com) 596. What Happens to Donated Cars? (priceonomics.com) 597. What Happens to Donated Cars? 598. On Go (dehora.net) 599. Three mistakes I see web designers make over and over again 600. How to work remotely as a software developer (markcampbell.me) 601. MongoDB Indexing, Part 2 602. Designing blogs for readers (mattgemmell.com) 603. Designing blogs for readers 604. Lessons Learned: A Year with a Large AngularJS Project 605. Starters Guide to iOS Design 606. Functional Thinking 607. Jump Start Sinatra 608. Learning iOS Programming, 3rd Edition 609. Appcelerator Titanium: Up and Running 610. ZeroMQMessaging for Many Applications 611. Programming the Mobile Web, 2nd Edition 612. Networking For Dummies, 10th Edition 613. Search Engine Optimization, 3rd Edition 614. AngularJS 615. PHP Web ServicesAPIs for the Modern Web 616. Virtualization For Dummies 617. Arduino WorkshopA Hands-On Introduction with 65 Projects 618. Make: Analog Synthesizers 619. Jump Start Responsive Web Design 620. Understanding ComputationFrom Simple Machines to Impossible Programs 621. 60 High Quality Free Web Templates And Layouts 622. Statistical Formulas For Programmers 623. http://www.openintro.org/stat/down/OpenIntroStatSecond.pdf
624. A Concise Course in Statistical Inference 625. Handbook of Biological Statistics 626. EC2Instances.info Easy Amazon EC2 Instance Comparison 627. Choosing the Right EC2 Instance Type for Your Application 628. Revenue vs. Value 629. We script VirtualBox via Vagrant. 630. https://hackpad.com/Peter-Corbetts-Management-Hacks-3KJiKExlH74
631. The N=1 guide to grad school (and hopefully, knowledge work) 632. Richard Feynman and The Connection Machine 633. Multi-Tenant Data Architecture 634. HTTP/2.0WTF? 635. 2012 Tesla Model S Signature Performance Suspension Walkaround 636. nybooks (The New York Review of Books)/ 637. Wall Street Is Gobbling Up Two-Thirds of Your 401(k) (wallstreetonparade.com) 638. Reasoning About the Heap in Rust 639. Optimize your Website and Attract New Visitors 640. Want to ace your YCombinator interview? 641. Speed up your sites with PageSpeed for Nginx 642. USABILITY CHECKLIST 643. A Primer on IPv4, IPv6 and Transition (potaroo.net) 644. A Primer on IPv4, IPv6 and Transition 645.       view issue You're Doing It Wrong 646. Secure Your REST API... The Right Way 647. Essentials of Garbage Collection 648. Your First iOS App - 100% Programmatically (austinlouden.com) 649. Your First iOS App: 100% Programmatically 650. Show HN: I'm building an open-source, high-frequency trading system (scarcecapital.com) 651. MRI's Method Caches (jamesgolick.com) 652. MRI's Method Caches 653. Scaling Pinterest - From 0 to 10s of Billions of Page Views a Month in Two Years (highscalability.com) 654. -webkit-transform: rotate(-90deg) 655. A Practical Intro to Data Science (zipfianacademy.com) 656. Quit Your Job Now, Before It's Too Late (georgesaines.com) 657. Show HN: Student wanted better way to discover clothes online (windowshopper.me 658. Hoodie: very fast web app development (hood.ie) 659. Hoodie is an architecture for frontend-only web apps. 660. The Quickest Wins in SEO 661. Running a software team at Google (matt-welsh.blogspot.com) 662. An HTTP reverse proxy for realtime (fanout.io) 663. An HTTP reverse proxy for realtime 664. Lenas Reversing for Newbies 665. What To Ask Candidates In Job Interviews (Without Being Insulting And Wasting Your Time) 666. Ask HN: What's the best technical talk you've heard? 667. Tesla's Model S Lease and Financing Program Expensive, Misleading 668. Security Engineering — The Book 669. The Jellyfish Entrepreneur (priceonomics.com) 670. The Jellyfish Entrepreneur 671. Check your router for open ports (checkmyrouter.org) 672. Check your Router today for common bugs 673. O'Reilly on Morozov (io9.com) 674. Curated video-lists worth geeking out about. 675. How to build a Smart Lightbulb in a Weekend 676. A logical fallacy is a flaw in reasoning. 677. Beta List 678. http://www.strikingly.com/s/users/sign_in?ref=access
679. Things about being a founder I wish I knew years ago (speakerdeck.com) 680. Ten things about being a founder I wish I knew two years ago. 681. OneTab icon 682. Monads, part one 683. Finish the Job (birchtree.me) 684. Our original mobile experience on 42Floors.com was just horrendous. 685. Regina Dugan: From mach-20 glider to humming bird drone 686. Short algorithm, long-range consequences 687. Why Use Make 688. The Racket Way 689. Tips for work-life balance 690. I am in my late 20s, and feel I have wasted a lot of time. Is it too late? 691. Security Engineering — The Book 692. iOS Development Tips I Would Want If I Was Starting Out Today 693. The Beginner's Guide to Android 694. Distributed routing with Hipache 695. Alan Kay's Reading List 696. The 6502 CPU's overflow flag explained at the silicon level 697. Nginx Load Balancing Basics 698. COMP30020 Declarative Programming 699. Here's what I learned hanging out with Jason Fried 700. Web Developer Checklist 701. How to pick a factory: building and maintaining partnerships 702. The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Arduino 703. A new interactive guitar lesson, emailed to you each week! 704. The lessons I learned as CEO of ZippyKid in 2012 705. How I run my own DNS servers 706. Bingo Card Creator (and other stuff) Year in Review 2012 707. Tenth Grade Tech Trends 708. One Year After Quitting My Job 709. book about conversion optimization, SEO 710. What one book could give me a new, useful superpower? (metafilter.com) 711. Everything You Know About Fitness is a Lie 712. The Seven Habits of Spectacularly Unsuccessful Executives 713. How To Convert a SIM to a MicroSIM 714. First, do no harm 715. LOCATING INTERESTING PARTS OF AN IMAGE 716. A Yesod tutorial 717. Why Not Events 718. Framer is a modern prototyping tool. 719. My Sales 720. Ask 10 founders about company culture 721. The Discrete Fourier Transform 722. Topological Spaces — A Primer 723. Announcing Requests v1.0.0! 724. http://scratchpad.io/uOcz29IEu4
725. Think you've mastered the art of server performance? Think again. 726. How to Make Your Site Look Half-Decent in Half an Hour 727. Switch Your Databases To Flash Storage. Now. Or You're Doing It Wrong. 728. What are some hacks and tips for exercise, fitness and working out?Edit 729. Testing WebSockets from console 730. Grid Layouts in Modern Web Design 731. HTML5 Security Cheatsheet 732. 100,000 Stars 733. How to generate more revenue from your web application today 734. What should everyone know about economics? 735. How to land a big fish 736. so I started troubleshooting DNS 737. Password Security The Right Way 738. Strange Loop 2012 Video 739. A Tour of Go 740. Sustainable Energy without the hot air 741. PageKite makes local websites or SSH servers publicly accessible in mere seconds 742. How to easily beat comment spam 743. Go by Example 744. AWS Cost Cheat Sheet 745. 90 THINGS I'VE LEARNED FROM FOUNDING 4 TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES 746. How the PS3 hypervisor was hacked 747. Keeping the customer's data safe and secure requires a large set of precautions. 748. How does SSL work? 749. two-factor authentication 750. App Engine Search API to let users sift through their data 751. Fog Creek Compensation 752. reducing the Retina image 753. Organism without a brain creates external memories for navigation 754. Thoughts on Paul Graham's "Growth" 755. The Preposition 756. Drupal's Golden Handcuffs 757. What you should know BEFORE you start grad school in English Literature: The economic, financial, and opportunity costs 758. armstrong on software 759. How Nathan Barry and I Sold $39k Worth of eBooks 760. Five Myths about Hash Tables 761. Why Angel Investors Don't Make Money 762. secure.travis-ci.org 763. A hungry alligator is a lambda abstraction 764. Why is 'Mahabharata' considered sacred 765. What are some of the most mind-blowing facts about Africa? 766. Who is the most persistent person who has ever lived? 767. What is Bill Clinton like in person? 768. What does it feel like to be intelligent but take menial, blue-collar jobs? 769. How RESTful is Your API? 770. Mimi Silbert: the greatest hacker in the world 771. Space Shuttle Endeavour Flyover 772. You're Not Listening 773. How to Launch a 65Gbps DDoS, and How to Stop One 774. The Big Switch: How We Rebuilt Wanelo from Scratch and Lived to Tell About It 775. Using Kanban to Turn Around Distressed Projects 776. How do you fire an employee that just isn't good enough? 777. This question is about tech companies in Silicon Valley 778. 12 Must Watch TED Talks for Entrepreneurs 779. Mail in 2012 from an admin's perspective 780. tunes.io 781. Why You Should Start Using a VPN (and How to Choose the Best One for Your Needs) 782. The Harvard chemist talks about the problem of solving problems. 783. How Tesla plans to short circuit new-car dealers 784. Your Goals Are Holding You Back 785. Ethiopian Multiplication 786. a programmer's guide to healing RSI 787. How Google Builds Its Maps 788. Good riddance, PayPal (elliotjaystocks.com) 789. LibraryThing 790. Baking Pi - Operating Systems Development 791. Site Templates 792. Heroku Isn't for Idiots 793. Lessons Learned: The First Hire 794. Poor in India Starve as Politicians Steal $14.5 Billion of Food (bloomberg.com) 795. Tabasco Sort: A Super-optimal Merge Sort 796. Why Ratings Systems Don't Work 797. How We Nearly Lost Discovery 798. What "Worse is Better vs The Right Thing" is really about 799. The Most Important Writing Lesson I Ever Learned 800. Why Explore Space? A 1970 Letter to a Nun in Africa 801. 50 best children's apps for smartphones and tablets 802. Let's say I make $60k/year. 803. Stripe And A/B Testing Made Me A Small Fortune 804. Stripe And A/B Testing Made Me A Small Fortune (kalzumeus.com) 805. What's the use of stories that aren't even true? 806. How Big is the Entire Universe? 807. Starting a Django Project the Right Way 808. How to build a mobile app for Force.com using jQuery Mobile and push notifications 809. RIP Stephen Covey, "7 Habits" author, dies at 79 (yahoo.com) 810. No, that's not why OO sucks (librador.com) 811. No, that's not why OO sucks 812. The Pain of HTML5 (caplin.com) 813. The Pain of HTML5 814. elasticsearch 815. The Secure Programmer's Pledge 816. The Challenge of Making Friends as an Adult (nytimes.com) 817. Why Is It Hard to Make Friends Over 30? 818. The Retina War is upon us. (wells.ee) 819. The Retina War is upon us. 820. The Opposite of a Bloom Filter 821. looking with cassandra into the future of atlas 822. The 5 Hardest Parts of Programming 823. Why OO Sucks by Joe Armstrong 824. Traction mistakes 825. Read the masters 826. cURL Requests with PHPToday by Michael 827. What are the most intellectually stimulating websites you know of? 828. Coming Home to Vim 829. From $1.5B to half a trillion dollars: PayPal celebrates a 10th anniversary 830. If You Don't Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will 831. Salted Password Hashing - Doing it Right 832. This book was developed for the Certificate of Data Science program at Syracuse University 833. Claude E. Shannon with a young Yaser Abu-Mostafa 834. The ‘Busy' Trap 835. A bold ad campaign aims to destigmatize lung cancer 836. Welcome to Android 4.1, Jelly Bean! 837. Why should I use TinyPNG? 838. Little North Korean girl playing guitar. 839. 'A Perfect and Beautiful Machine': What Darwin's Theory of Evolution Reveals About Artificial Intelligence 840. In pursuit of self-actualization 841. Epilogue: HTML5 Explained 842. Why do you think people are poor? (harpers.org) 843. As a weapon in the hands of the restless poor 844. A Tour of Go 845. How to Love Your Customers 846. Because Everyone (Still) Needs a Router 847. Books I've finished recentlyTiny summary but detailed notes for each 848. MASTER CLASS: HOW TO CREATE AN UNFORGETTABLE PORTRAIT 849. The 22 rules of storytelling, according to Pixar 850. Creating Fast Buttons for Mobile Web Applications 851. Hacking: Always Design the UX First 852. Why Multi-armed Bandit algorithms are superior to A/B testing 853. Michael Lewis: Don't Eat Fortune's Cookie 854. Well-Kept Gardens Die By Pacifism 855. A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy 856. Growth Hack 857. Eulerian Video Magnification for Revealing Subtle Changes in the World 858. Lectures String Theory 859. http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~hooft101/lectures/specialfct.pdf
860. Why multi-armed bandit algorithm is not "better" than A/B testing 861. http://walet.phy.umist.ac.uk/QM/LectureNotes/
862. Classical Electrodynamics 863. Classical Electromagnetism: A Graduate Course 864. Thermodynamics 865. http://www.spms.ntu.edu.sg/PAP/courseware/statmech.pdf
866. Mechanics and Special Relativity 867. Newtonian Dynamics Richard Fitzpatrick 868. Why I'm Walking Away From CouchDB 869. The Mechanics and Meaning of That Ol' Dial-Up Modem Sound 870. Filter and browse Netflix 871. An interesting challenge in cartography 872. I'm documenting our journey to the unlikeliest of diagnoses 873. Craig Venter's Bugs Might Save the World 874. Introducing CityHash 875. Which hashing algorithm is best for uniqueness and speed? 876. The SLR Camera Simulator 877. Want to Remember Everything You'll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm 878. How we made Portent.com really freaking fast 879. Get Even More from Email with our New API Features 880. How I Went From 0 to $50k on the App Store(s) 881. Multiple Django and Flask Sites with Nginx and uWSGI Emperor 882. How to build a location-based hybrid mobile app with reverse geocoding 883. Flotr2 884. WHY COURSE HERO 885. Turn stuff you don't use into stuff you really want! 886. The Man Who Took on Amazon and Saved a Bookstore 887. 30 minutes a day 888. WOLFRAM'S LIBRARY 889. Looking to the Future of A New Kind of ScienceMay 14, 2012 890. Plagiarism 891. My history with Forth 892. How we serve 150 free lunches for less than 20 cents each using homebrew equipment 893. Using a Kalman Filter to Predict Ticket Prices 894. Make your iOS apps work in the browser. 895. Application Cache is a Douchebag 896. I reached out to great engineers to hear their experience with shell apps 897. 5 Things You Should Know Before Working at a Start-Up 898. A Conversation with Alan Kay 899. I AM A STATISTICIAN AND I BUY LOTTERY TICKETS 900. The venture capital model is broken, and this damning report explains why 901. 20 places every California kid should see 902. Buying Happiness 903. Analyst, measure thyself 904. Why did I write my own VM and not use someone else's? 905. carbonio and bluenet: next level network technology 906. understoodit 907. What every programmer should know about memory, Part 1 908. freelancing 909. Data and visualization blogs worth following 910. Riak Adoption - We Have Some Work To Do 911. Andreessen Horowitz to give half their earnings to charity (cnn.com) 912. For a pair of films, do you agree on their Vector Victor? 913. Elegant exact string match using BWT 914. Tutorial: Domain Name System for Beginners 915. The Truth About 2K, 4K and The Future of Pixels 916. 100x better approach to software? 917. Modern Web Development 918. http://bhorowitz.com/2012/01/31/why-has-andreessen-horowitz-raised-2-7b-in-3-years/
919. How to Be a Horrible Boss 920. Enter Chad Mureta 921. Kolmogorov Complexity - A Primer 922. The principles of Light Table are what matter 923. Feynman: I am burned out and I'll never accomplish anything 924. A professionally designed landing page can improve your conversion rates. 925. Software Engineers Will Work One Day for English Majors 926. The PHD Movie 927. fastcompany%2Fheadlines %28Fast Company Headlines%29&utm_content=Google Feedfetcher The 5 Biggest Mistakes You're Making With Work Relationships 928. How science failed during the Gulf oil disaster 929. Filepicker.io is the next generation file chooser 930. royalty-free stock photos, illustrations, and vectors 931. About Coursera 932. Avi Bryant 933. Don't Build APIs 934. Time to Get Past Facebook and Invent a New Future 935. SpaceX 936. Stripe 937. Fake S3 - Save time, money, and develop-offline 938. Ask HN: How do you promote your web apps? 939. Waldorf Third Grade Student Reading-List 940. Opening a Delaware Corporation: an Incorporation Guide for Foreigners 941. Three Market-Based Solutions To Pull People Out Of Poverty 942. Critical Thinking [Paperback]Brooke Noel Moore 943. 1K House Project 944. Meet Samurai: The Most Powerful Way to Accept Payments Online 945. Samurai: New Payment Gateway from FeeFighters (feefighters.com)179 points by sjs382 209 days ago | comments 946. I, Cringely 947. Ask HN: Small product, single founder success stories? 948. A Couple's Journey Aroun 949. How Exercise Can Strengthen the Brain 950. Getting valid countries 951. Klout API Documentation 952. The True Cost of Commuting 953. Kurzweil Responds: Don't Underestimate the Singularity 954. Questions I ask when reviewing a design 955. daughter) will learn how to program 956. Ivo.A teletype no more 957. VP trees: A data structure for finding stuff fast 958. the oauth chronicles: i am not stupid 959. Credit Sesame Brings Your Credit Score To The iPhone. For-Free 960. Testing PayFlow Gateway with Active Merchant 961. Getting Started is the Hardest Part 962. A Visual, Intuitive Guide to Imaginary Numbers 963. BEHIND THE SCENES: HOW FAB RAISED $40 MILLION WITH A LOT OF DATA AND NOT MUCH PAIN 964. Close Family Ties Keep Cheaters in Check: Why Almost All Multicellular Organisms Begin Life as a Single Cell 965. How to Survive Your First Year As An-Entrepreneur 966. Coding Guidelines: Finding the Art in the Science 967. Kiip recently completed a migration from EC2 to VPC 968. SEO Tricks from Patio11, aka Patrick McKenzie 969. An Introduction to Stock 970. What's In A GIF - Bit by Byte 971. Libraries: Where It All Went Wrong 972. Designing with White Space: Why 1 1=3 973. 9 million hits/day with 120 megs-RAM 974. AMT and Long-Term Capital Gain 975. I'm not as smart as I thought I was. (self.confession) 976. A Sustainable Flying Sphinx? 977. Prayer Times Calculation 978. Term Sheet Negotiation Tells 979. How to Rock a Systems Design Interview 980. How to Rock an Algorithms Interview 981. "How to Rock an Algorithms Interview". 982. Survival Guide:IRC 983. How I Converted My Subscription Site from Paypal to Stripe in 2 Days 984. Writing Papers (for CS) 985. The iOS Beginner blog series 986. Making Love To WebKit 987. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1WajtF/www.pxleyes.com/blog/2011/12/these-50-photos-will-blow-you-away/
988. The Same Fringe Problem 989. Akka - Scala Summit OSCON 2010 990. M. Tim Jones, product architect and engineering author 991. Negotiating a Job Offer with a Company 992. http://themesquirrel.com/
993. Salary Negotiation: Make More Money, Be More Valued 994. http://www.kemvi.com/
995. SSH: More than secure shell 996. An Overview of Hadoop 997. DealingwithJVMlimitationsinApacheCassandra 998. From Sand to Silicon - the Making of a ChipVERSION 24 999. procedurally generated 3d rose 1000. According to Paul Graham, Loopt's Sam Altman is one of the five most interesting founders 1001. Pears is handcrafted in Salem, Massachusetts by SimpleBits 1002. Vim anti-patterns 1003. Trigonometry | Misc 1004. How the Boehm Garbage Collector Works 1005. http://www.bothsidesofthetable.com/2012/02/11/the-end-of-the-mexican-road/?awesm=bothsid.es_Hns&utm_campaign=&utm_medium=bothsid.es-twitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_content=awesm-publisher
1006. 6.002x (Circuits and Electronics) is an experimental on-line adaptation of MIT's first undergraduate analog design course: 6.002 1007. The 15 minute E-Commerce Site 1008. Why we are much smarter than we think we are 1009. Ask HN: What are the good old ideas that still make money on the web? 1010. Where Tcl and Tk Went Wrong 1011. Don't Ask Customers What They'll Pay. Tell Them 1012. Scrubbing Calculator 1013. 24bit vs 16bit, the myth exploded! 1014. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/24Lnuf/www.mikroe.com/eng/chapters/view/74/pic-basic-book-chapter-1-world-of-microcontrollers/
1015. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2c3eic/extension.harvard.edu/open-learning-initiative/abstract-algebra/
1016. Avoiding Full GCs with MemStore-Local Allocation Buffers 1017. Server Side Upgrades (alexmaccaw.com) 1018. Step by Step UI Design 1019. Rapid Prototyping with jQuery Mobile 1020. The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics 1021. "Lighten up" (therealkatie.net) 1022. Books 1023. The Best Textbooks on Every Subject 1024. 'A Test You Need to Fail': A Teacher's Open Letter to Her 8th Grade Students 1025. What Every Start-up Should Know about PR 1026. Are you building a company, or your-credentials? 1027. A simple and free way to figure out where your users go and when they leave, all in real-time 1028. Welcome to Django 1.4 1029. Solr powers enterprise search on sites from Ebay to Zappos 1030. There are a lot-of non-relational database solutions out there 1031. 9 Things to Know About Influencing Purchasing Decisions 1032. Call to improve browser caching 1033. Depth First and Breadth First Search 1034. Poll: What are your prime hacking hours? 1035. Perpetual Ocean by NASA 1036. elasticsearch aims to solve all these problems and more 1037. responsive design enables Web page layouts to adapt to a variety of screen sizes 1038. Introducing Clutch: an easy to integrate library for native iOS applications designed to help you develop faster and deploy instantly. 1039. Building and implementing a Single Sign-On solution 1040. http://blog.stunf.com/building-a-scalable-real-time-search-architecture-with-sphinx/
1041. From Zero to Machine Learning in Less than Seven-Minutes 1042. http://www.readability.com/read?url=http://www.lahey.com/float.htm
1043. Why Is My Web Service API Crappy? 1044. Domain Driven Design Quickly 1045. http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2pVYuV/:LQhIqNZw:6usjmaQS/www.cio.com/article/591977/52_Incredibly_Useful_Sites_the_Full_List?source=rss_news/
1046. Waking up early, 10 tips that work 1047. Demonstrating Responsive Design 1048. There and Back Again: A Journey Into and Out of Faith 1049. iOS Tutorial: Creating a chat room using Parse.com 1050. Mavericks Invent Future Internet Where Cisco Is Meaningless 1051. I HAVE 404,772 USERS. NOW WHAT? 1052. Socket.IO aims to make realtime apps possible in every browser and mobile device 1053. Hacking The Used Car Purchase 1054. Chapter 1: A brief introduction to the GNU Autotools 1055. Multiplication Is Easier When It's Complex 1056. Beyond Locks and Messages: The Future of Concurrent Programming 1057. Top 10 Thinking Traps Exposed — How to Foolproof Your Mind, Part I 1058. 100 free web elements sets 1059. The Top 15 Google Products for People Who Build Websites 1060. 30 Awesome Free and Open Source Audio Applications List 1061. 10 Golden Principles of Web Apps 1062. Much ado about NULL: An introduction to virtual memory 1063. Harvard Grad on Why MBAs Stumble Off the Blocks 1064. The Art of the Introduction: Top Ten Tips 1065. How To Make Your Web Service More Developer Friendly 1066. an interview with Robin Milner 1067. Gravity connects people with shared interests 1068. Wufoo is easy. 1069. 10 Useful Usability Findings and Guidelines 1070. EXCEL CELL REFERENCES 1071. UTF-8 was designed, in front of my eyes 1072. Case Study: RESTful Web Services at Orbitz 1073. 50 Things we know now that we didn't know this time last 1074. SQUASHED PHILOSOPHERS 1075. The 960 Grid System is an effort to streamline web 1076. Amazon.com, Best Buy take different approaches to optimize supply chains 1077. Weathering Storms for Retail Profits 1078. The Underground History of American Education 1079. MCSi case 1080. Recent Earthquake Activity 1081. Epicycles 1082. You Don't Know Jack About VoIP 1083. TCP/IP Papers 1084. Austin Chronicle Movie Reviews 1085. Berkeley Movies 1086. San Francisco Chronicle 1087. Free books on technology subjects 1088. IBList.com 1089. BooksAMillion 1090. Borders (Amazon) 1091. Codys 1092. Staceys 1093. Bookpool 1094. Barnes and Noble 1095. Amazon 1096. 2horses.gif 1097. Webmonkey 1098. The Atom Syndication Format 1099. new kata every week 1100. Web Services 1101. Orchard/C 1102. AxKit 1103. Some STL page 1104. Why we use Ant 1105. TimeLib 1106. Erik Meijer. Parsec: A Practical Parser Library 1107. SICP 1108. Parrot Development 1109. Randall's stuff 1110. TT TPC5 Tutorial 1111. Template Toolkit 1112. Mark Jason Dominus 1113. CPAN 1114. PROCMAIL QUICK START 1115. a simple wiki with web.py 1116. Software Foundations 1117. Maglevity 1118. Adding Custom Google Maps to Your Website 1119. 15 Free Online Tools for Web Designers on a Budget 1120. Particle Data Group. 1121. Parenting with Purpose 1122. http://www.igvita.com/2009/10/08/advanced-messaging-routing-with-amqp/
1123. How I Explained REST to My Wife 1124. screen with a shared session 1125. UI Fundamentals for Programmers 1126. Getting Real 1127. Database indexes 1128. Beginning AppleScript Studio 1129. JsChat is an open source chat system that uses a simple protocol based on JSON. 1130. Intentional Software is pioneering a radical new software approach 1131. Fast polling using C, memached, nginx and libevent 1132. Where are the REST frameworks? 1133. The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978) 1134. Anatomy of a Program in Memory 1135. Replace Google Notebook 1136. 50 Beautiful Winter Wonderland Photos 1137. How to Fold a T Shirt in Two Seconds 1138. Bolivia 1139. http://www.slideshare.net/kamaelian/practical-concurrent-systems-made-simple-using-kamaelia-presentation
1140. Face(s) of the Earth III 1141. http://valdezlink.com/re/bearndog.htm
1142. http://www.demonbaby.com/pics/americanworld.gif
1143. http://www.rense.com/general72/size.htm
1144. http://www.80smusicvids.com/
1145. Stanford frees CS, robotics courses 1146. SCHOOL DETAILS - Cedar Grove Elementary 1147. Secrets of Consulting 1148. Wide Finder project 1149. Twitter and the Architectural Challenges of Life Streaming Applications 1150. Capistrano 1151. Linkers and Loaders 1152. The Definitive Guide to GCC, Second Edition 1153. You can learn all about Flex 1154. Compared to What?: An Introduction to the Anaylsis of Algorithms 1155. http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~hxt/cw04/barker.pdf
1156. Taming Lists 1157. Book Gold Mine 1158. Typetester is an online application for comparison of the fonts 1159. What is critical thinking? 1160. Software by RobThe Human Side of Software Development 1161. A to Z Home's CoolHomeschooling Web Site 1162. The pleasure of finding things out - RP Feynman 1163. DK4: Technology Cagematch Edition 1164. rough guide to pedagogical QFT literature 1165. techno weenie 1166. http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~mm/Dennett_review.pdf
1167. http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~mm/figments-of-reality-review.pdf
1168. http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~mm/new-kind-of-science-review.pdf
1169. http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~mm/conceptual-coordination-review.pdf
1170. http://web.cecs.pdx.edu/~mm/life-and-evolution.pdf
1171. http://www.ams.org/notices/200302/fea-gray.pdf
1172. A Rare Blend of Monster Raving Egomania and Utter Batshit Insanity 1173. http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/hep-th/pdf/0408/0408048.pdf
1174. Online Tools 1175. Sessions N Such 1176. Learning from the Amazon technology platform 1177. http://ww.smashits.com/index.cfm?Page=Audio&SubPage=ShowTracks&AlbumID=5751
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1339. How to Write Testable and Maintainable Code in PHP 1340. A Regular Expression MatcherCode by Rob PikeExegesis by Brian Kernighan 1341. These materials are all about making learning to program as fast and painless as possible. 1342. very interesting "advent calendar", 1343. TapChat is mobile IRC done right 1344. 20 lines of code that will beat A/B testing every time 1345. HTML5 Features that you must implement right now 1346. The Brittleness of Type Hierarchies 1347. Ticket Servers: Distributed Unique Primary Keys on the Cheap 1348. Learn to Code and BUILD SOMETHING 1349. Ask Reddit: Which OSS codebases out there are so well designed that you would consider them 'must reads'? (programming.reddit.com) 1350. Are You a Zen Coder or Distraction-Junkie? 1351. Imagine if you are extended multiple job offers from different companies 1352. I wrote some code I no longer believe in trivial changes being trivial 1353. How Facebook Finds The Best Design Talent, And Keeps Them Happy 1354. the evolving ultrasaurus 1355. Successful Strategies for Commenting Code 1356. What is Pugs 1357. Unit testing in Coders at Work 1358. master_slave_adapter plugin 1359. The Codebreakers: The Comprehensive History of Secret Communication from Ancient Times to the Internet 1360. beautiful code programming 1361. Everything you ever wanted to know about video codecs 1362. Code Kata 1363. Kitchen Sink Example Project 1364. Understanding higher-order code for free 1365. Xyle scope Code:

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1411. MySQL Tutorial 1: Overview, Tables, Queries 1412. The Anatomy Of Search Technology: Blekko's NoSQL Database 1413. Nice SQL tutorial 1414. Common MySQL Queries 1415. http://www.igvita.com/2008/10/27/scaling-activerecord-with-mysqlplus/
1416. How To Set Up A Load-Balanced MySQL Cluster 1417. Relational Databases for Biologists 1418. MySQL Searchable Docs 1419. Hipp conceived of the idea of SQLite 1420. MySQL SQL:

1421. The XML C library for Gnome 1422. Google C Style Guide 1423. How to create a REST Protocol 1424. find a lawyer 1425. XML::Twig Quick ref 1426. Why Groves XML:

1427. CSS Architecture 1428. Architecture 1429. HTML Color Names 1430. The 30 CSS Selectors you Must Memorize 1431. In this video, we start the CSS course. 1432. Color Wheels are wrong? How color vision actually works 1433. hexadecimal color codes for shades of blue 1434. CSS ARROW PLEASE! 1435. First: Create SASS variables for your basic colors 1436. colorize your terminal apps 1437. http://color.method.ac/
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1527. The Caves of Clojure: Part 4 1528. Heating Up Clojure 1529. t clojure's polymorphism constructs and protocols 1530. Lightning Talk - Introducing Clarity: Swing application development for Clojure 1531. A busy person's introduction to Clojure 1532. My first days with Clojure Clojure:

1533. The following design document describes the the new garbage collector (GC) to be introduced with LuaJIT 2.1 1534. Rating System Will Evaluate Free Software 1535. Why Lua 1536. Programming in Lua 1537. LÖVE is an *awesome* framework you can use to make 2D games in Lua Lua:

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1590. How Erlang does scheduling 1591. How Erlang does scheduling 1592. Erlang Websocket Server using Cowboy 1593. Why Erlang? (smyck.net) 1594. Erlang Style Concurrency 1595. This is the Go model and (like Erlang and others) it's based on CSP 1596. erlang-mode 1597. you should look at Erlang Erlang:

1598. for kernel programming and after trying some (D, C , OCaml … ) 1599. OCaml for the Masses Ocaml:

1600. Introduction to Haskell 1601. The category design pattern 1602. Why Haskell Is Worth Learning 1603. Minimize your cloud costs with GLPK and Haskell 1604. GPU-accelerated array computations in Haskell 1605. Is Haskell a Good Choice for Web Applications? 1606. Tech talk video: Haskell and the Social-Web 1607. Haskell web programmingA Yesod tutorial 1608. What are attribute grammars 1609. replacing System.Time 1610. The Monad.Reader 1611. Haskell Weekly News 1612. Why does Haskell matter? 1613. Haskell Hacking: a journal of Haskell programming 1614. Robozzle Kata in Haskell 1615. How to Learn Haskell 1616. Programming:Haskell 1617. Haskell Haskell:

1618. Essential Elisp libraries (wilfred.me.uk) 1619. Essential Elisp Libraries 1620. Not Lisp again.... 1621. The Newbie Guide to Common Lisp 1622. Color Palette 1623. How I stopped worrying and switched to C for my Bob Scheme VM 1624. A Schemer's Introduction to Monads 1625. A Quick Elisp Tutorial 1626. Clojure Tutorial For the Non-Lisp Programmer 1627. One New Language a Year: (was) Smalltalk 1628. A Short Course in Common Lisp 1629. Pascal Costanza's Highly Opinionated Guide to Lisp 1630. The Nature of Lisp 1631. Successful Lisp:How to Understand and Use Common Lisp 1632. GC Papers by Hans-J Boehm at Xerox PARC 1633. I'm going to try to convince you that LISP is beautiful 1634. Common Lisp the Language 1635. LISP prehistory 1636. Lisp Programming Language 1637. Programming in Emacs Lisp 1638. LISP Primer 1639. Enter Scheme 1640. MIT/GNU Scheme 1641. How To Organize a Picnic on a Computer 1642. Lisp Comic Book 1643. emacs lisp collection 1644. L-99: Ninety-Nine Lisp Problems 1645. An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp 1646. GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual Lisp:

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1752. http://www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/people/JamesBinney/cmech.pdf
1753. textbook for an introductory course in complex analysis 1754. Is Reality Digital or Analog? Read the Essays and Cast your Vote 1755. This article was adapted from Gödel and the limits of logic by JW Dawson 1756. Magnetic fields light up 'GPS neurons', scientists say 1757. MacDowell-Mansouri gravity and Cartan geometry 1758. Quantum Theory: von Neumann versus Dirac 1759. The Double-Blind Control Experiment 1760. Scientists Link Diamonds in Strange Quantum Entanglement 1761. Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications [Hardcover] 1762. Zap your brain into the zone: Fast track to pure focus 1763. A Mathematical Bridge: An Intuitive Journey in Higher Mathematics 1764. Gateway to Higher Mathematics 1765. Bridge To Higher Mathematics 1766. How to Read a Scientific Research Paper--a four-step guide for students and for faculty 1767. Unicode Characters in the 'Symbol, Math' Category 1768. Why pi is 3 1769. TOP TEN UNSOLVED PROBLEMS IN PHYSICS 1770. Free Mathematics Books 1771. Peter D. Lax contributions to mathematics 1772. The Cornell Library Historical Mathematics Monographs 1773. PHYSICS SERMON 1774. http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/jlnw3/maths/books/prime/
1775. http://www.physics.uwo.ca/ugrad/p021/course_information/bread.html
1776. Book Recommendations For Maths To Astrophysics 1777. Where Mathematics Comes From: How the Embodied Mind Brings Mathematics into Being 1778. How to Read Mathematics 1779. Casting out Nines 1780. James Clerk Maxwell: a force for physics 1781. This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics 1782. http://www.math.ru.nl/~landsman/FGQTmini.pdf
1783. Teaching Discrete Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources 1784. Why the Professor Can't Teachby Morris Kline 1785. http://www.mathsci.appstate.edu/~jlh/primer/hirst.pdf
1786. Axiom is a general purpose system for doing mathematics by computer 1787. The Potential of the Cell Processor for Scientific Computing 1788. PhysicsWeb 1789. The work of Robert Langlands 1790. Vector vs. Raster 1791. Speed Mathematics 1792. All about GNU Emacs 1793. The Haskell Road To Logic, Maths And Programming Math:

1794. Free Python ebook: Bayesian Methods for Hackers (github.com) 1795. Algorithms and Data Structures Using Python 1796. Algorithms and Data Structures Using Python 1797. Accelerating Python Libraries with Numba (Part 2) (continuum.io) 1798. Test-Driven Web Development with Python 1799. Python Cookbook, 3rd Edition 1800. django-inplaceedit 0.94 1801. django-inplaceedit 0.94 1802. django-inplaceedit 0.94 1803. Building websites in Python with Flask 1804. Escaping The Walled Garden of Enterprise Analytics: Using R and Python For Data Analysis 1805. PHP, Python and Persuasion 1806. Python Packaging: Hate, hate, hate everywhere (pocoo.org) 1807. Python Packaging: Hate, hate, hate everywhere 1808. Improving your code with modern idioms 1809. Python SMTP Server for Humans 1810. Python for Humans 1811. Python Deployment Anti-Patterns 1812. Python Fundamentals Training - More on Functions 1813. Concurrency with Python, Twisted, and Flex 1814. Why so many Python web frameworks? 1815. Python object creation sequence 1816. Python FAQ: Equality 1817. Working with Python subprocess 1818. Continuations Made Simple and Illustrated 1819. indexnext |How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Learning with Python 3 1820. Requests is an elegant and simple HTTP library for Python 1821. Code Like a Pythonista: Idiomatic Python 1822. Continuations and Stackless Python Python:

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