Issue #283 // January 15, 2016

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David Bowie Has Died //hollywoodreporter comments

Dear GitHub //github comments

How to C in 2016 //matt comments

People Call Me Aaron //medium comments

Running costs for running a web app //cushionapp comments

Colorizing black and white photos with deep learning //tinyclouds comments

A Canvas Made of Pixels //claybavor comments

Introduction to PostgreSQL physical storage //rachbelaid comments

A Guide to Seed Fundraising //themacro comments

52 Places to Go in 2016 //nytimes comments

An Easy Way to Learn Hard Stuff //medium comments

How Optimizely Almost Got Me Fired //sumall comments

Don't Assume It's Difficult Until It Is //jamisbuck comments

The sad graph of software death //tinyletter comments


RemixOS – Android for the desktop //jide comments

3D shooter in your terminal using raycasting in Awk //github comments

Oculus Rift: Available for pre-order //oculus comments

GitBook Editor Beta – Markdown WYSIWYG, TeX //gitbook comments

Penny, an easy way to track your spending //pennyapp comments


A Beginner's Guide to Scaling to 11M+ Users on Amazon's AWS //highscalability comments

So You Think You Can Program an Elevator //github comments

Project Rider – A C# IDE //jetbrains comments

Imba: A new programming language for web apps //imba comments

How Teespring Uses Canvas, SVG, and the DOM to Design T-Shirts //teespring comments


I've made a tool to generate beautiful gradient background images //quasi comments

What the FlexBox? – A free 20 video course to learn CSS Flexbox //flexbox comments

Images and Sketch files of popular devices //github comments

Tufte's discrete sparklines using D3.js //dataviztalk comments


Voxel Quest January 2016 Update //voxelquest comments

The Road to Running Haskell at Facebook Scale //youtube comments


Open Guide to Equity Compensation //github comments

When to join a startup //tomblomfield comments


TrendMicro Node.js HTTP server listening on localhost can execute commands //google comments

Japan Keeps This Defunct Train Station Running for Just One Passenger //citylab comments

How to fend off a jerk //davedelaney comments

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