Issue #303 // June 03, 2016

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HyperDev – Developer Playground for Full-Stack Web Apps //joelonsoftware comments

Moving Forward on Basic Income //ycombinator comments

Crying //robinwe comments

Alan Kay's reading list //squeakland comments

A Facebook Sixth Sense //kirszenberg comments

Learn Docker by building a Microservice //dwmkerr comments

How and Why to Log Your Bash History //atomicobject comments

Mary Meeker's 2016 Internet Trends Report [pdf] //kpcb comments

Project Soli – touchless gesture interactions by Google //google comments

What normal and abnormal heart rhythms look like on an Apple watch //cardiogr comments

How I built a profitable bootstrapped side project //getdeckchair comments


Relationship between OO and functional programming? //ycombinator

What do you want to learn in 2016? //ycombinator


Blocklist of all Facebook domains //github comments

Learn the ways of Linux-fu, for free //linuxjourney comments

I Have Created 50 Games in 2014 //asahi-net comments

FiveThirtyEight has a GitHub repo with story-related data and scripts //github comments

Microlight.js, a code highlighting library //github comments

Chatbots made easy – Build, train, and deploy bots //motion comments

SyntaxDB – Quickly look up syntax for programming languages //syntaxdb comments

Arc – secure file archiver //github comments


500 Lines or Less //github comments

TensorFlow – Consise Examples for Beginners //github comments

Drop jQuery as a dependency from Rails //github comments

Gordon: a tool to create, wire and deploy AWS Lambdas //github comments

Run your own OAuth2/OpenID Connect provider //github comments

SQLite: The art of keeping it simple //jarchitect comments

WebGL Minecraft-like scripting environment for teaching programming // comments


Voxel art //saymygame comments

The real responsive design challenge is RSS //begriffs comments

Pills: A simple responsive CSS grid for humans //github comments

Pick a small topic for your creative project //prototypr comments


Hardiman I Exoskeleton //cyberneticzoo comments

Interpreting Analog Sticks //hypersect comments

Perlin noise //eev comments

Pauli Effect //wikipedia comments

The Parallel Climbers Puzzle //fermatslibrary comments

SimHealth: The National Health Care Simulation //wikipedia comments


Full Stack Lisp – A book in progress about writing Common Lisp apps //fullstacklisp comments

“Reverse Engineering for Beginners” free book //github comments

Startup Reading List //nicolabortignon comments

The History of Mac Gaming //unbound comments


Pragmatic Haskell for Beginners //begriffs comments

GE's Walking Truck (1969) //educatedearth comments

European Lisp Symposium //youtube comments

Videos from PyCon //youtube comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

How to win the coding interview //devmastery comments

How to Worry Less About Being a Bad Programmer //stilldrinking comments

Ask HN: Who wants to be hired? //ycombinator

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


The Perks Are Great, Just Don’t Ask What We Do //backchannel comments

The attention economy //aeon comments

On the Wildness of Children //carolblack comments


Gchat Was the Future of Messaging, but Google Didn’t Know //slate comments

Apple, Microsoft, and Google hold 23% of all U.S. corporate cash //geekwire comments

How big an issue is the nausea problem for VR products? //quora comments

DeepText: Facebook's text understanding engine //facebook comments

85 percent of Facebook video is watched without sound //digiday comments

Want to spell check? Read the fine print //samnewman comments

I’m a black man – What happened when I booked an Airbnb //medium comments

Web Storage: the lesser evil for session tokens //portswigger comments

The SQL filter clause: selective aggregates //modern-sql comments

The Triboro: Transit plan for the NYC Boroughs //rpa comments

Mailgen – Generates clean, responsive HTML for transactional email //npmjs comments

A Two Month Debugging Story //inburke comments

Salesforce buys Demandware for $2.8B //techcrunch comments

Reddit CTO: Stick to Boring Tech When Building Your Startup //thenewstack comments

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