Issue #250 // May 01, 2015

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Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code, a Free Cross-Platform Code Editor //techcrunch comments

The days are long but the decades are short //samaltman comments

Microsoft Launches Its .NET Distribution for Linux and Mac //techcrunch comments

Printing a wall-sized world map and what I've learned from it //dominik-schwarz comments

Why can’t we read anymore? //medium comments

A web-reading bot made millions on the options market //slate comments

An App Launch Guide for Indie Developers //github comments

Subtle Mid-Stage Startup Pitfalls //posthaven comments

Building a ‘People Who Like This Also Like’ Feature //benfrederickson comments


What are the best product landing pages you've stumbled upon? //ycombinator

Those who quit their jobs to travel the world, how did it go? //ycombinator

How do you log application events? //ycombinator


A tool that transforms your whole list with just one example //transformy comments

Jq – A Command-line JSON processor //github comments

A minimal blog engine written in Go, compatible with Ghost themes //github comments

Startup Timelines //github comments

How Old Do I Look? //how-old comments


Disque – a distributed message broker //github comments

Pure Python Vim clone //github comments

Caddy, a cross-platform HTTP/2 web server //caddyserver comments

FOAM: New JavaScript Framework by Google Engineers //github comments

Betty, Open Source Google Voice with Receptionist Abilities //github comments


Ramjet.js – Morph DOM elements into each other //rich-harris comments

A modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design //materializecss comments


Functional Programming in Haskell by Examples //github comments

Graphical Linear Algebra //graphicallinearalgebra comments

Behavior trees for AI: How they work //gamasutra comments


My Top 100 Programming, Computer and Science Books: Part One //catonmat comments

Data Science from Scratch: First Principles with Python //joelgrus comments

Beej's Guide to Network Programming (2012) //beej comments

Six works of Computer Science-Fiction //fogus comments


Blue Origin: Images and Videos from Our First Flight //blueorigin comments

Giant Lego Machine Generates Churning House Tracks //vice comments


Take me as an Intern – 19yo student seeking internship //hostmeinca comments

Why Some Men Pretend to Work 80-Hour Weeks //hbr comments


Agar.io //agar comments

My Summer Car Game //johannesrojola comments

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