Reddit programming hot 25 on 2017-08-07
- Software engineering != computer science
- "Atom needs a whopping 845 megabytes to open a 6mb XML file"
- A Summary of the Metaclasses Proposal for C++
- If your software should be cross platform and accessible, forget about Qt
- Google employee anti-diversity memo causes row
- How to make sense of Quaternions used for rotations in 3D
- Git from the inside out
- What happened to the "Surgical Team" pattern from "The Mythical Man-Month"?
- New Tech Start-Up Bubble
- Evolution of a Software Engineer
- Avoiding intermediate copies in std::accumulate
- Never too old to code: Meet Japan's 82-year-old app-maker
- Johnathan Blow on criticizing engineering and C++ exceptions. (14min)
- Elixir and Doctest - Help Writing Better Programs, One Method At A Time
- Practical guide to deploying applications with AWS ECS, ALB and ASG
- Debugging your Entity Framework Seeding
- Tofu - The opposite of a font
- The full story on Kite, autocomplete-python, atom-minimap and SideBarEnhancements [long read]
- Jonathan Blow on unit testing and TDD
- Bootloader and Low-Level Programming Tutorial: How To Develop Your Own Boot Loader
- Faster command line tools with Kotlin
- GPU Coding for Simulations using Shaders
- Building RESTful APIs using Node JS, Express JS, and MS SQL Server
- How to use memcached with php7
- A Google engineer wrote that women may be unsuited for tech jobs. Women wrote back.
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