The Power of Self-Compassion | Greater GoodThe Power of Self-Compassion | Greater Good:
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High Scalability - High Scalability - Big Data Counting: How to count a billion distinct objects using only 1.5KB of MemoryHigh Scalability - High Scalability - Big Data Counting: How to count a billion distinct objects using only 1.5KB of Memory: "Linear Probabilistic Counter
rwldrn/idiomatic.jsrwldrn/idiomatic.js: "All code in any code-base should look like a single person typed it, no matter how many people contributed.
Dropbox - Developers - Simplify your lifeDropbox - Developers - Simplify your life: "Dropbox for Developers
The Top 10 Best Dropbox Services, Addons and Hacks - TNW AppsThe Top 10 Best Dropbox Services, Addons and Hacks - TNW Apps: "You can download eBooks to your iDevices using the terrible iTunes file transfer but you can also access them directly from your Dropbox. Just find an eBook that you would like to read in the ePub format and save the book to your Dropbox folder. Then open the Dropbox app on your iPhone, find the book and tap on the Share button in the bottom corner. Use the ‘Open in’ option to open the book in your preferred reader. For a great selection of free ebooks in the ePub format check out Epubbooks."
plymouth - Plymouth graphical boot system.plymouth - Plymouth graphical boot system.: "plymouth - graphical boot animation and logger
Rails isn't for beginners - Rake RoutesRails isn't for beginners - Rake Routes: "With Rails, you get decisions made for every one of those questions. That’s what it’s for. Rails wasn’t created to make things so easy even an absolute beginner could code it. It was created to make lots of decisions out of the box so you could get to the fun part of building web applications right away. That’s the meaning of “convention over configuration”. Even better, none of the conventions are set in stone."
Embedded in Academia : 57 Small Programs that Crash CompilersEmbedded in Academia : 57 Small Programs that Crash Compilers: "C17 : Crashes GCC 3.2.0 at -O2:
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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