Issue #332 // December 30, 2016

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Building Jarvis //facebook comments

Cat-proofing a cat feeding machine //quinndunki comments

Bootstrapping a SaaS Startup from Scratch  //medium comments

LiChess: Learn from your mistakes //lichess comments

Creative Tim: Growing a side project into a $17k/month business //indiehackers comments

Berkeley: Machine Learning Crash Course //berkeley comments

One Way to Improve Your Coding //changelog comments

8,760 Hours: How to get the most out of next year //alexvermeer comments

From Secretary to Software Developer: The Hard Way //medium comments

Hyperpolyglot //hyperpolyglot comments

The best board games of 2016 //arstechnica comments

On Digital Minimalism //calnewport comments


What do you want to learn in 2017? //ycombinator

What Are the Best Current Methods to Delete Yourself from the Internet? //ycombinator

What do you use to take notes? //ycombinator


ThreadTone – Halftone images made of thread //thevelop comments

μWWVB: A Tiny WWVB Station //anishathalye comments

Visdown – Visualization using Markdown //amitkaps comments

Tabbie, a tab manager for Google Chrome //github comments

SaaS Business Model Calculator //saasyoulater comments


Ruby 2.4.0 Released //ruby-lang comments

Atom-in-orbit: Putting Atom in the browser //github comments

Ask HN: Why does 'View Source' issue a new HTTP request? //ycombinator comments

2D Terrain generation using midpoint displacement //bitesofcode comments

Vuetify - Material Component Framework for VueJS 2 //vuetifyjs comments

Racket Language – New website design //racket-lang comments


Practical Deep Learning for Coders //fast comments

A Guide to Deep Learning //yerevann comments

Hedge Fund Is Building an Algorithmic Model From Its Employees’ Brains //wsj comments

Top-down learning path: Machine Learning for Software Engineers //github comments

Subreddit classifier using scikit-learn and a high-performance Go proxy //ioloop comments


Gimli Glider //wikipedia comments

Do Not Eat, Touch, or Even Inhale the Air Around the Manchineel Tree //atlasobscura comments

Stack identical flat objects so they project over an edge as far as possible //quantamagazine comments

Hawaii's Final Sugar Cargo Departs Maui Aboard 'Moku Pahu' //gcaptain comments

List of virtual communities with more than 1 million users //wikipedia comments


The little book about OS development //github comments

Ask HN: Books you read in 2016? //ycombinator comments

Beautiful JavaScript – Functional JavaScript //feederio comments

Read “The Tao of tmux” prerelease for free online //leanpub comments

a16z:16(x3) Books We Read in 2016 //a16z comments


Chinese smiths forge a large flange on the street //youtube comments

What Is Abstract Algebra? //youtube comments

Raymond Chen explains what the Y2K was like at Microsoft //onmsft comments


Lessons from 3,000 technical interviews //interviewing comments

Ask HN: How do I get freelance developer jobs? //ycombinator comments

Why I Only Work Remotely //medium comments

Ask HN: What's the state of the job market in data science and machine learning? //ycombinator comments

Careers in security, ethical hacking and advice on where to get started //troyhunt comments

9M American men in prime working age can’t find jobs. I’m one of them //vox comments


A bigger problem than ISIS: The Mosul Dam is failing //newyorker comments

Bach's Holy Dread //newyorker comments

World War Three, by Mistake //newyorker comments


Wolfenstein 3D – Gameboy cartridge with co-processor //happydaze comments

Nintendo releases original Zelda design docs //nintendo comments

8bitworkshop IDE for Atari 2600 //8bitworkshop comments

Land Lines //chromeexperiments comments

Drop Table Companies Ltd //companieshouse comments


Technical report on DNC hack [pdf] //us-cert comments

Library-managed 'arXiv' spreads scientific advances rapidly and worldwide //cornell comments

Facebook Doesn’t Tell Users Everything It Really Knows About Them //propublica comments

Germany's New Crowdfunded Train //citylab comments

Rogue One – An Engineering Ethics Story //scifipolicy comments

Why is my NTP server costing $500 per year? Part 1 (2014) //pivotal comments

How Self-Driving Cars Work //nytimes comments

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