Reddit programming hot 25 on 2017-08-08
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- The BitTorrent Protocol Specification v2
- Unreal Engine 4.17 Released!
- AMD responds to Ryzen segfaults on Linux
- DEF CON 25 - Elie Bursztein - How We Created the First SHA 1 Collision
- Hunting for Malicious npm Packages
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- The day my Raspberry Pi failed at FAKING my GitHub activity
- Deeplearning.ai: Announcing New Deep Learning Courses on Coursera â€“ Andrew Ng
- The Ferranti Mark 1: World's First Commercially Available General-Purpose Computer -- "It stored data in cathode-ray tubes and a rotating magnetic drum"
- C++17 in details: Filesystem
- x-post from /r/filezilla 13 hours debugging a segmentation fault in .NET Core on Raspberry Pi and the solution was...
- ferret-lang: a Clojure to C++ compiler
- Highlighting Ada with Libadalang
- Upcoming tech talk on StorageOS, and why they chose NATS for their platform
- Telegram Bot in Bash
- Thoughts on a Software Craftsmanship training that could have gone better.
- "Atom needs a whopping 845 megabytes to open a 6mb XML file"
- build2 0.6.0 released, adds C++ Modules support for GCC, Clang, and VC
- This Is Why Your Best Developers Keep Quitting
- A real world guide to WebRTC
- Applying Artificial Intelligence to Hatris (NES) [Java algorithm, article and videos]
- Turning the JVM into a Polyglot VM with Graal
- A general purpose counting filter: making every bit count
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