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StroyTime - Write and read stories instead of documentation
StoryTime enables developers to easily simulate debugger-like visuals to tell or read a story about pieces of code.
programming  documentation  literate  walkthrough  code  tutorials 
3 days ago by pmigdal
Risks and Rabbit Holes | SHAPE UP
Trusted by millions, Basecamp puts everything you need to get work done in one place. It’s the calm, organized way to manage projects, work with clients, and communicate company-wide.
productivity  programming  design 
7 days ago by pmigdal
amejiarosario/dsa.js-data-structures-algorithms-javascript: Data Structures and Algorithms explained and implemented in JavaScript
Data Structures and Algorithms explained and implemented in JavaScript - amejiarosario/dsa.js-data-structures-algorithms-javascript
javascript  programming  algorithms 
12 days ago by pmigdal
“10x engineers”: Stereotypes and research
Do 10x engineers exist? And what does the term even mean, anyway?
productivity  programming  10x 
5 weeks ago by pmigdal
Floating Point Demystified, Part 1
Author’s note: this article used to be called “What Every ComputerProgrammer Should Know About Floating Point, part 1”. Some peoplenoted that this was perh...
programming  float  math 
10 weeks ago by pmigdal
Everything you know about word2vec is wrong
code + contents of my website, and programming life - bollu/
word2vec  programming  machine-learning  nlp 
10 weeks ago by pmigdal
Sourcetrail - The offline cross-platform code browser
Sourcetrail uses static analysis to provide code search and dependency visualization that lets you understand, refactor and maintain unfamiliar source code.
programming  python  diagram  sourcecode 
12 weeks ago by pmigdal
Bogdan-Lyashenko/js-code-to-svg-flowchart: js2flowchart - a visualization library to convert any JavaScript code into beautiful SVG flowchart. Learn other’s code. Design your code. Refactor code. Document code. Explain code.
js2flowchart - a visualization library to convert any JavaScript code into beautiful SVG flowchart. Learn other’s code. Design your code. Refactor code. Document code. Explain code. - Bogdan-Lyashenko/js-code-to-svg-flowchart
javascript  svg  programming  visualization 
12 weeks ago by pmigdal
Things you're probably not using in Python 3 - but should - Data, what now? turns
Many people started switching to Python 3, unfrotunetly most people still write their code like it is Python 2. Below are useful Python 3 features.
python  python3  programming 
may 2019 by pmigdal
Applying the Gestalt Principles to your code | Chris's coding blog
It’s one of the most repeated phrases in software, but is also quite easy to forget - you spend more time reading code than you do writing it. According to the…
programming  design  psychology  gestalt  refactoring 
may 2019 by pmigdal
cool-RR/PySnooper: Never use print for debugging again
Never use print for debugging again. Contribute to cool-RR/PySnooper development by creating an account on GitHub.
python  debugging  programming 
april 2019 by pmigdal
Why software projects take longer than you think – a statistical model · Erik Bernhardsson
Anyone who built software for a while knows that estimating how long something is going to take is hard. It’s hard to come up with an unbiased estimate of how long something will take, when fundamentally the work in itself is about solving something.
project  projectmanagement  programming 
april 2019 by pmigdal
I interviewed at six top companies in Silicon Valley in six days, and stumbled into six job offers
In a six-weekday period in August, I interviewed at LinkedIn, Yelp, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google and got all six offers. Here’s what I learned and what I wish I knew before I started.
programming  jobs  interview 
january 2019 by pmigdal
How to start learning computer graphics - Eric Arnebäck
"Quite a few API:s for coding against the GPU hardware have appeared over the years: Direct3D, OpenGL, Vulkan, Metal, WebGL, and so on. These API:s can be difficult to get started with, since they often require much boilerplate code, and I consider that they are not beginner friendly at all. In these API:s, even figuring out how to draw a single triangle is a massive undertaking for a complete beginner to graphics"
programming  graphics  learning  raytracing 
january 2019 by pmigdal
Tip: Stories get sorted by how many loves and forks they get, and by their freshness.
programming  story  rpg 
january 2019 by pmigdal
Inside python dict — an explorable explanation
"Hi! This is an explorable explanation of Python dictionaries. This page is dynamic and interactive — you can plug in your data and see how the algorithms work on it. (Once the javascript loads)"
python  interactive  programming 
december 2018 by pmigdal
Programming My Child | Boston Review
"There is no restarting from scratch. Google, Amazon, and Facebook are less valuable for their algorithms than for their state: the sum total of all the data the system contains and manipulates."
parenting  cognition  programming 
august 2018 by pmigdal
Devhints — TL;DR for developer documentation
A ridiculous collection of web development cheatsheets · One-page guide to
programming  cheatsheet  syntax  reference 
august 2018 by pmigdal
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
hn  programming  career 
july 2018 by pmigdal
Classic Programmer Paintings
Twitter: @progpaintings Painters and Hackers: nothing in common whatsoever, but this is software engineering as depicted by artists through history (technically, might not be all classical but hey,...
painting  programming  humour 
june 2018 by pmigdal
How To Create A Machine Learning Framework From Scratch In 491 steps
Note: We already posted a a short post-mortem of this project on reddit about 4 months ago. This is a significantly expanded, more detailed and polished version with detailed insights, design choices…
deep-learning  programming  education2 
february 2018 by pmigdal
Pen Plotter Art & Algorithms, Part 1
— You can find the source code for this blog series here. Over the last several months, I’ve been looking for ways to produce physical outputs from my generative code. I’m interested in the idea of developing real, tangible objects that are no... | Matt DesLauriers | creative developer
art  programming  plotter 
january 2018 by pmigdal
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