I'm culling links from my current bookmarks page, which has been a dumping ground for links to save.
- http://songsofinsects.com/blog - last updated in 2012, but it's still a good read
- https://www.cameronsworld.net/ - awesome look at the 1990s web aesthetics that existed on some websites.
This could be the killer "app" for Svelte, the ultra light web framework. A Brazilian team had trouble getting a non laggy UI in an underpowered POS device. Svelte was the only framework fast enough for a snappy UI and still had best developer experience. There are now 200k of these devices deployed.
Telnet BBS Guide (telnetbbsguide.com)
https://getfreewrite.com/products/freewrite-traveler - $369 - ships Nov 2019 - cool device.
small web servers:
- http://www.acme.com/software/thttpd/thttpd.html - i use it on my old linux computer at home to run my tor .onion website (test purposes). i don't keep my computer on all of the time. http://zwdqwr2p2xwkpbyv.onion
A very small (3kb) view library that allows you to create Web Component, Custom Element, and helps you make any HTML page reactive without the bloat of big frameworks.
Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust
baker boy hat - similar or identical to the newsboy hat.
8 panel top with button on middle top.
for me: size large, 59 cm (23.2 in), 7 1/4.
UK Hat Size 6 3/4 / 55cm - Small
UK Hat Size 7 / 57cm - Medium
UK Hat Size 7 1/4 / 59cm - Large
UK Hat Size 7 1/2 / 61cm - X Large
narrow version made with 6 panels
log into gmail account.
enter domain name
reset password for the user
Is there anything that Fabrice can't do? I mean, FFMpeg is almost a PhD thesis in and of itself, and he still manages to find time to make TinyC, QEMU, and now this. To say I'm jealous of his skills would be an understatement.
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GoAccess is an open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in *nix systems or through your browser. It provides fast and valuable HTTP statistics for system administrators that require a visual server report on the fly.
it's gratifying, in a way, that they still teach the same basic data structures. I guess they never change? I like that. Linked lists, balanced trees, hash tables and the like. I hope they have him build a compiler, that was the last mystery for me. Once I understood that there's no magic to it, I was ready to learn everything about computers.
Regex for Noobs – An Illustrated Guide (janmeppe.com)
Syslog: Complete System Administrator Guide (devconnected.com)
"I completed Ultimate Go, took good notes and commented directly on source code (github.com)"
Learn Go with Tests is the best programming language course I've ever gone through.
That's all. Just sharing that the methodology worked so well. I felt like I could legitimately jump right into a Go developer team.
setting up a web server/website on a raspberry pi
Curl Cookbook (catonmat.net)
The boring technology behind a one-person Internet company (listennotes.com)
Common Systems Programming Optimizations and Tricks (paulcavallaro.com)
Pure Bash Bible (github.com)
Why I Prefer Functional Programming (morgenthum.dev)
Memcached 1.5.18 can now recover its cache between restarts (github.com)
https://www.kotorganics.com/ - tortilla company
Data Structures Part 3: Arrays of Arrays (ourmachinery.com)
"Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)"