Issue #333 // January 07, 2017

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TensorKart: self-driving MarioKart with TensorFlow //kevinhughes comments

Browser auto-fill phishing //github comments

I've removed all ad network code from my blog //troyhunt comments

Renewing Medium’s focus //medium comments

Kalzumeus Software Year in Review 2016 //kalzumeus comments

How I Write Tests //nelhage comments

How to ask good questions //jvns comments

Rise of the High-Profit Micro Farm //modernfarmer comments

Notes for the New Year //ycombinator comments


Successful one-person online businesses? //ycombinator

Excluding WordPress, what is your favorite for blogs or small stores? //ycombinator

How to learn new things better? //ycombinator

What “old” programming languages will you still be using in 2017? //ycombinator


Explore ideas whose patent protection expires today //patentsexpiringtoday comments

The Developer Marketing Guide //devmarketingguide comments

Mermaid: Generate Diagrams and Flowcharts with Markdown Like Syntax //github comments

PDFlower – Reflow PDF papers for small-screen reading //pdflower comments

The True Size of Countries //thetruesize comments

See what objects Facebook has automatically recognized in your photos //github comments

Math Worksheets for Kids //worksheets comments

Instant Search on 10.8M Podcast Episodes //listennotes comments


Grumpy: Go running Python //googleblog comments

SpaceVim – Like Spacemacs, but for Vim //spacevim comments

Programming languages that are actively developed on GitHub //github comments

Odo: Shapeshifting for your data //readthedocs comments

In 2017, learn every language //bradfieldcs comments

Nectar: A Native JavaScript Compiler Inspired by Crystal Lang and Nim Lang //seraum comments


Machine Learning Crash Course: Part 1 //berkeley comments

Deep Learning 2016: The Year in Review //deeplearningweekly comments

CS 294 Deep Reinforcement Learning, Spring 2017 //berkeley comments


Daily Sketches in 2016 //medium comments

Tyrus Wong, ‘Bambi’ Artist Thwarted by Racial Bias, Dies at 106 //nytimes comments

Designing as a Developer //benroux comments

ColorMe //tylergaw comments


The moving sofa problem //ucdavis comments

What Could Have Entered the Public Domain on January 1, 2017 //duke comments

Prime Number Spiral //numberspiral comments


Basic Category Theory //arxiv comments

Easy 6502 – How to get started writing 6502 assembly language //github comments


Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? Becoming a Secret Travel Agent //ccc comments

Two Bots chatting with each other //twitch comments

The Ultimate Game Boy Talk //youtube comments

Life in Life //youtube comments


Ask HN: Who is hiring? //ycombinator

Working remotely, coworking spaces, and mental health //bitquabit comments

Top algorithms in interview questions //geeksforgeeks comments

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

Ask HN: Freelancer? Seeking freelancer? //ycombinator


Someone Is Destroying Online Go, and Nobody Knows Who It Is //kotaku comments

Blink my keyboard lights when you visit this page //lelandbatey comments

JournalJerk – In 2017, keep a journal—or else //journaljerk comments

Leap Second in a graph //twitter comments


Ticketmaster is a horrible company //github comments

Tesla Flips the Switch on the Gigafactory //bloomberg comments

Three.js editor //threejs comments

A Month Without Sugar //nytimes comments

Once mocked, Facebook’s $1B acquisition of Instagram was a good move //bgr comments

The U.S. Will Surpass China as the No. 1 Country for Manufacturing by 2020 //fortune comments

Sweden reveals results from pilot of 30-hour work week //bloomberg comments

Shell scripts to improve your writing //might comments

An Ancient City Emerges in a Remote Rain Forest //newyorker comments

When city retirement pays better than the job //latimes comments

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