Issue #325 // November 04, 2016

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Eve: Programming designed for humans //witheve comments

Total Nightmare: USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 //fosketts comments

Signs that a startup is focused on stuff that doesn’t matter //groovehq comments

New MacBook Pro Is Not a Laptop for Developers Anymore //devteam comments

Web fonts, boy, I don't know //meowni comments

No One Saw Tesla’s Solar Roof Coming //bloomberg comments

Ways Data Projects Fail //martingoodson comments

A very valuable vulnerability //daemonology comments

Making what people want isn’t enough, you have to share it //oldgeekjobs comments

How ReadMe Went from SaaS to On-Premises in Less Than One Week //stackshare comments


Any other blind devs interested in working on dev tools for the blind? //ycombinator

How to make a career working remotely? //ycombinator


Music for Programming //musicforprogramming comments

Powerwall 2 and Integrated Solar //tesla comments

Sonder E-Ink Keyboard //sonderdesign comments

Microsoft Teams, the new chat-based workspace in Office 365 //office comments

Flow – Create automated workflows between your favorite apps //microsoft comments

Portier – An email-based, passwordless authentication service //github comments

Newly Redesigned Boston.gov Just Went Open Source //routefifty comments

Sodaphonic – record and edit audio in the browser //sodaphonic comments


Darling – MacOS translation layer for Linux //darlinghq comments

I don't understand Python's Asyncio //pocoo comments

Step-by-step tutorial to build a modern JavaScript stack from scratch //github comments

A fork of sudo with Touch ID support //github comments

Writing more legible SQL //craigkerstiens comments

Lighthouse – Auditing and Performance Metrics for Progressive Web Apps //github comments

Bashcached – memcached built on bash and ncat //github comments


Don’t go to art school (2013) //medium comments

UX Myths (2014) //uxmyths comments


Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century, in 20 minutes //boingboing comments

Keep Ruby Weird Again //testdouble comments

Japan’s Disposable Workers: Dumping Ground //vimeo comments


Ask HN: Who is firing? //ycombinator

Guide to Remote Work //zapier comments

Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

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

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


Stealth Cell Tower Disguised as Printer //julianoliver comments

Museu de la Tècnica //twitter comments

Benjamin Button Reviews the New MacBook Pro //pinboard comments

A Gamer Spent 200 Hours Building an Incredibly Detailed Digital San Francisco //citylab comments

Why html thinks 'chucknorris' is a color //stackoverflow comments


Buttery Smooth Emacs //facebook comments

The No More Ransom Project //nomoreransom comments

George Hotz cancels his Tesla Autopilot-like ‘comma one’ //electrek comments

ESPN Loses 621,000 Subscribers; Worst Month in Company History //outkickthecoverage comments

How Steve Jobs Became a Billionaire //fortune comments

The Benjamin Franklin Method: How to Be a Better Writer //marketmeditations comments

CenturyLink to Buy Level 3 for $34B //bloomberg comments

Org mode 9.0 released //orgmode comments

Instapaper Premium is now free for everyone //instapaper comments

“Free” shipping is not actually free //fastcompany comments

Stealth Boat the U.S. Government Won't Buy or Let Be Sold Abroad //bloomberg comments

Why Are US Presidential Elections So Close? //nautil comments

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