Interesting read - On the Criteria to be Used in... →
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CSS3D Clouds →
Holy christ this is awesome.
Submit CV to job site one night, next day get 8 phone calls and organise an interview with a market-leading software company. Like a boss.
One of the technical things we always optimize is where to put our front...– PDXIII: The Pirate Bay & the flying torrents A lot of people have reported on the notorious file-sharing site The Pirate Bay’s plans to “put servers in space,” but very few have gone into real detail. This entry from the pirates themselves is fascinating for several reasons: It points out...
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TED: Myshkin Ingawale — A blood test without... →
My point-free implementation of Map in Haskell: map = (`foldr` ) . ((:) .) I’ve used a little trick with foldr by specifying just the second parameter. I did this by using it as an infix operator, even though the full signature takes three arguments. As I understand it; the point-free style is when arguments aren’t named or included at all in the function definition. An alternate...
Woah, partially applying a composition in Haskell: h f = \x -> g (f x) -- or h f = g . f -- or (my favourite:) h = (g .) Crazy awesome.
Monads in Haskell
Learning Monads from this brilliant series of explanations.
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RandomlyHaphazard: Three Virtues of a Programmer →
randomlyhaphazard: Laziness– The quality that makes you go to great effort to reduce overall energy expenditure. It makes you write labor-saving programs that other people will find useful, and document what you wrote so you don’t have to answer so many questions about it. Hence, the first great virtue of a…
Stop Writing Classes →
3 Things I Hate About Beginner Programming Books →
Good points. If I ever write a programming book, I’ll try to take these into account.
Is Anonymous creating its own OS? And why?
iheartchaos: While Anonymous’ main operations include DDoSing the shit out of websites they don’t like, periodically, they dabble in Anon-themed side projects. The latest appears to be an Anon operating system, but the question is why? And why would anyone use an OS built by Anonymous, even if you were one of them? Read More
Unity3D free upgrade until April 8th →
Get the Unity Mobile Basic add-on licences for iOS and Android, free until 8th April.
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