Issue #383 // January 05, 2018

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A Message to Our Customers about iPhone Batteries and Performance //apple comments

Effective Engineer – Notes //github comments

Economics of Minecraft //alicemaz comments

Netflix: What Happens When You Press Play? //highscalability comments

Facebook’s Political Unit Enables Propaganda //bloomberg comments

Start your open-source career //algolia comments

Not raising funds to stay small and happy //finkelstein comments

Intermediate Vim tips //kinbiko comments


Has working remotely harmed your career growth? //ycombinator

What do you love/hate about terminals? Would you change them? //ycombinator

What's the best way to recover from burnout? //ycombinator


Data Prism – Weekly newsletter about data science, ML, AI and analytics //dataprism comments

Solo – App for sharing loneliness and aloneness //sharesolo comments

Byte Arena – Code Your Fighter Bot //bytearena comments

Gittup, a Linux distro on top of Git //gittup comments

Themer – a CLI for generating themes for all your tools //github comments


Yew: Rust framework for making React-like client web apps //github comments

Ruby 2.5.0 Released //ruby-lang comments

Open-sourcing MonkeyType – Let your Python code type-hint itself //instagram comments

Rust for Rubyists //matthias-endler comments


The Neural Network Zoo //asimovinstitute comments

Genetic Algorithms for Training Deep Neural Networks for Reinforcement Learning //arxiv comments


Jakarta Is Sinking So Fast, It Could End Up Underwater //nytimes comments


Ask HN: Any recommended books on developing mental models? //ycombinator

Garry Kasparov on how it all started //chessbase comments


Why hasn't economic progress lowered work hours more? //youtube comments

44-Part VueJS Tutorial on YouTube //youtube comments

Caching at Netflix: The Hidden Microservice //youtube comments


Max Howell's take on getting rejected by Google //quora comments

Unfit for Work: The startling rise of disability in America //npr comments


I made a talking emoji using regular emojis and JavaScript //hackernoon comments

Microscale – turn random Wikipedia articles into music //alestsurko comments

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