Issue #355 // June 09, 2017

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“Let her speak please” //facebook comments

Alex Honnold Scales El Capitan Without Ropes, and the Climbing World Reels //npr comments

Network Protocols //destroyallsoftware comments

On average, skipping college and investing tuition costs nets a higher return //erikrood comments

A hands-on introduction to video technology: image, video, codec and more //github comments

A subway-style diagram of the major Roman roads, based on the Empire ca. 125 AD //sashat comments

Kubernetes by Example //kubernetesbyexample comments

Build an 8-Bit Computer from Scratch //eater comments

A day without JavaScript //sonniesedge comments

Faster, Better, Cheaper – The Art of Making Software //jrsinclair comments


Women in tech, how do you find non-toxic work environments? //ycombinator

As a skilled developer, how do you make pocket money with little time? //ycombinator


Monica, an open-source CRM to manage friends and family //monicahq comments

Manualslib – Database of More Than 2.6M Manuals //manualslib comments

Best websites a programmer should visit //github comments

Search engine for lectures //findlectures comments

Strukt – a visual shell for tabular data //freerobotcollective comments

Natural Atlas v2 – Coast-To-Coast Map of the Outdoors and iOS App //naturalatlas comments


A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language //github comments

Python For Finance: Algorithmic Trading //medium comments

JSC loves ES6 //webkit comments

Making Photos Smaller Without Quality Loss //yelp comments


Visualize data instantly with machine learning in Google Sheets //blog comments

You can probably use deep learning even if you don't have a lot of data //github comments

Bender – a Deep Learning framework for iOS //github comments


Redditors design worst volume sliders possible //designernews comments

Human Interface Guidelines //apple comments

A curated list of design systems, pattern libraries, and more //github comments


In 1957, Five Men Agreed to Stand Under an Exploding Nuclear Bomb //npr comments

Inside the quietest place on Earth //bbc comments

Pantograph //wikipedia comments


Ask HN: What language-agnostic programming books should I read? //ycombinator

Ask HN: Books you wish you had read earlier? //ycombinator

Game Programming Patterns //gameprogrammingpatterns comments

Nasa Aeronautics Book Series //nasa comments

Confessions of an Unintentional CTO – Lessons in growing a web app //jackkinsella comments

First draft of the new AI and Games textbook available now //gameaibook comments


Accidentally destroyed production database on first day of a job //reddit comments

Options vs. Cash //danluu comments

How some people stay motivated at work when they don’t love their jobs //qz comments


4D Toys: a box of four-dimensional toys //marctenbosch comments

Flipped Iceberg //alexcornell comments

Best board games from Essen 2016 //arstechnica comments


WSJ Ends Google Users' Free Ride, Then Fades in Search Results //bloomberg comments

Comparing Bandwidth Costs of Amazon, Google and Microsoft Cloud Computing //arador comments

YC will accept 10k new companies into its new online Startup School //qz comments

Google Contributor: Buy an ad removal pass for the web //google comments

Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report [pdf] //kpcb comments

Wal-Mart will pay employees to deliver packages on their way home //bloomberg comments

A link between video games and unemployment //economist comments

Getting Hacked, Lessons Learned //avc comments

Why Aren’t American Teenagers Working Anymore? //bloomberg comments

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