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FiveThirtyEight | Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about politics, sports, science, economics and culture.
Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight uses statistical analysis — hard numbers — to tell compelling stories about elections, politics, sports, science, economics and lifestyle.
statistics  politics  news  blog 
8 weeks ago
YAML: probably not so great after all
I was very excited when I first used YAML, but some real-world usage showed it's not so great after all
security  YAML  configuration 
august 2019
Mozilla SSL Configuration Generator
An easy-to-use secure configuration generator for web, database, and mail software
nginx  ssl  configuration  generator  tls  tools 
august 2019
7 absolute truths I unlearned as junior developer
A few things I strongly believed when I was a junior developer which turned out to be wrong.
june 2019
The high cost of slow tests
Your test suite runs too slowly, and it’s annoying—but it’s definitely not an emergency. After all, you’ve got a whole slew of bug fixes and feature requests queued up, and those are more important than your test suite. So you can never quite justify spending the time to speed it up. But while it’s true that your test suite is a means, not an end, a slow test suite can be very expensive, and well worth your time to speed up. To see why, in this article I will go over the some of the ...
testing  software-engineering 
april 2019
Help! None of my projects want to be SPAs | Jason Goldstein
My strategy for dealing with the absurd pace of change in web development has been as follows: ignore 99% of it and see if it goes away.
design  javascript  engineering 
february 2019
Mozilla - *privacy not included
Teddy bears that connect to the internet. Smart speakers that listen to commands. Great gifts—unless they spy on you. We created this guide to help you buy safe, secure products this holiday season.
guide  privacy  shopping  mozilla  security 
january 2019
Donald Knuth Lectures - YouTube
View Computer Musings, lectures given by Donald E. Knuth, Professor Emeritus of the Art of Computer Programming at Stanford University. The Stanford Center f...
Donald-Knuth  lectures  computer-science  programming 
january 2019 - Make your own grid paper
The easiest way to create custom grid paper printable. Available options are: dot grid, isometric dot grid, lines, graph, isometric grid, hexagons, and music staff. Supported paper formats are A2, A3, A4, A5, Legal, Letter, Tabloid and many others.
paper  grid  print 
january 2019
A more privacy-friendly blog | Vincent Bernat
Over the years, I have implemented some changes to this blog to make it more privacy-friendly.
privacy  blogs 
october 2018
Pick parts. Build your PC. Compare and share.
hardware  pc  diy  shopping 
october 2018
Tools and resources for naming things.
naming  tools 
june 2018
An open source machine learning framework for everyone
machine-learning  tensorflow  google  ai  data  library 
may 2018
networking  ip 
april 2018
IDEA – nonverbal algorithm assembly instructions
IKEA-like instructions for understanding algorithms.
ikea  algorithms 
february 2018
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