Reddit programming hot 25 on 2017-08-10

in #programming4 years ago
  1. uBlock Origin Maintainer on Chrome vs. Firefox WebExtensions
  2. DeepMind and Blizzard open StarCraft II as an AI research environment
  3. A crash course in just-in-time (JIT) compilers
  4. Creating Minecraft in One Week - C++/OpenGL Programming Challenge
  5. Tool I wrote to upload your site's static files to a CDN with a content-based hash in the filenames
  6. Patenting Software in Australia: Australian Patent Office Says No in July 2017
  7. .NET Standard 2.0 is final
  8. Proudly Releasing: Efficient Graph Algorithms in Neo4j
  9. Developer Experience lessons from LEGO
  10. A Farewell to Go
  11. Why Github can't host the Linux Kernel Community
  12. Self Deploying Applications
  13. Lokalise - translation platform for developers w/ iOS and Android SDK
  14. Legacy Oracle Applications Won't Be Around Forever. Will You? - Webinar with IOUG
  15. Richard Stallman Explains
  16. In defense of XML - By focussing on where XML came from, supporters of element normal form have lost sight of what it is - a well defined serialization format for heirarchical data.
  17. a git cheat sheet I created since I kept forgetting some uncommon commands ( log, submodules, clean, configuration flags and so on)
  18. Introducing Support for Brotli Compression (.NET)
  19. Suggest.el: Synthesising Constants
  20. Applied Formal Logic: Verifying Quicksort
  21. Kotlin 1.2 M2 is out
  22. Just open sourced a library for joining and grouping Java 8 Streams
  23. Playing with annotations in Symfony 2
  24. Atom 1.19 - Improved Responsiveness and Memory Usage
  25. Using Horizon/RethinkDB with React (in 2017)

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