Issue #293 // March 25, 2016

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We only hire the trendiest //danluu comments

Andy Grove has died //intel comments

Docker for Mac and Windows Beta //docker comments

Julie Rubicon //facebook comments

Autocomplete from Stack Overflow //emilschutte comments

What I Learned Selling a Software Business //kalzumeus comments

D'Oh My Zsh – How I unexpectedly built a monster of an open source project //medium comments

The Search for the Perfect To-do List //steveworsley comments

Mapping Mountains //mapzen comments

Full-Stack Redux Tutorial //teropa comments


How much do you make at Amazon? Here is how much I make at Amazon //ycombinator

I Am Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator. AMA //ycombinator


Why not just a simple spreadsheet of salaries? //google comments

Honest Salary – Help make salaries fair and honest by sharing yours //honestsalary comments

Redox – A Unix-Like Operating System Written in Rust //redox-os comments

iPhone SE //apple comments

Privacy – Forget Your Credit Card //privacy comments

$ cat ~/myfile | curl -X PUT --upload-file “-” https://transfer.sh/myfile.txt //transfer comments

Blendle: Pay-per-article journalism platform that refunds you for clickbait //blendle comments

OwnTracks: Self-hosted, open source location tracking //owntracks comments

Stencila – Spreadsheet-like live reactive programming environment //stenci comments

Py1040 – A U.S. personal income tax calculator //github comments


Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils //github comments

Some Rookie Mistakes in Go //teamwork comments

Localkube – zero to Kubernetes 1.2 in one command //github comments

A Lisp framework for the creation of electronic art, visual design and more //github comments

Sorting a Billion Numbers with Julia //github comments

Using Google Cloud Vision OCR to extract text from photos and scanned documents //github comments

Micro – a microservice toolkit //micro comments

Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools Open-Sourced //github comments


Motion Design Is the Future of UI //prototypr comments

Colour Analysis Charts by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel (1902) //publicdomainreview comments


Polymagnets //polymagnet comments

Markov Chains Explained Visually //setosa comments

Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design //umd comments

CueCat //wikipedia comments


Advanced Linux Programming – book with free PDF (2001) //advancedlinuxprogramming comments

Randall Munroe, XKCD Creator, Goes Back to High School //nytimes comments

Essential Copying and Pasting from Stack Overflow //gitbook comments


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Streaming Deer Cam //sanandreasanimalcams comments

A Tribute to Andy Grove //a16z comments

Face2Face: Real-time Face Capture and Reenactment of RGB Videos //youtube comments


Study: People Want Power Because They Want Autonomy //theatlantic comments

My Passion Was My Weak Spot //jacquesmattheij comments

Do jobs run in families? //facebook comments


NetHack: The Greatest Game You Will Ever Play //thegreatestgameyouwilleverplay comments

Here Are Google, Amazon and Facebook’s Secrets to Hiring the Best People //thecooperreview comments


That awkward moment when Apple mocked good hardware and poor people //techinasia comments

I switched to Android after 7 years of iOS //joreteg comments

An administrator accidentally deleted the production database //gliffy comments

Falsehoods Programmers Believe About Phone Numbers //github comments

Kraft Reveals Revamped Mac and Cheese, 50M Boxes Later //nytimes comments

Orgmode for Sublime Text 2 and 3 //github comments

Andy Grove and the iPhone SE //stratechery comments

Extracting image metadata at scale //netflix comments

Giving Up on TDD //cleancoder comments

I made a cheap home motion sensor and controller //stavros comments

Google Nik collection now available for free //google comments

Datasets.co – Share and discover new machine learning datasets //datasets comments

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