Day: April 20, 2020

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Grex

A command-line tool and library for generating regular expressions from user-provided test cases Dark Mode grex (this link opens in a new window) by pemistahl (this link opens in a new window) A command-line tool and library for generating regular expressions from user-provided test cases 13 Subscribers 790 Watchers 23 Forks Check out this repository…


Kick The Shit Out Of Procrastination – David Thorpe

I think I’ve spent my whole career trying out the next cool productivity software or system. It almost always fails. I tried as many of these things as I could but it just falls by the wayside. Basecamp, Reminders, Todoist, Trello, Bullet Journal, Post-It Notes… Jira. I’m joking on that last one; who would voluntarily…


Tauthon

Fork of Python 2.7 with new syntax, built-ins, and libraries backported from Python 3. Dark Mode tauthon (this link opens in a new window) by naftaliharris (this link opens in a new window) Fork of Python 2.7 with new syntax, builtins, and libraries backported from Python 3. 27 Subscribers 491 Watchers 32 Forks Check out…


Testing sync at Dropbox – Dropbox

Executing a full rewrite of the Dropbox sync engine was pretty daunting. (Read more about our goals and how we made the decision in our previous post here.) Doing so meant taking the engine that powers Dropbox on hundreds of millions of user’s machines and swapping it out mid-flight. To pull this off, we knew we would…


Who’s Behind the “Reopen” Domain Surge? — Krebs on Security

The past few weeks have seen a large number of new domain registrations beginning with the word “reopen” and ending with U.S. city or state names. The largest number of them were created just hours after President Trump sent a series of all-caps tweets urging citizens to “liberate” themselves from new gun control measures and state leaders…


Virtual snacks for remote teams

Have spontaneous, time-restricted video conversations with ice-breakers. Distributed teams use Snack to build authentic relationships, promote collaboration and share knowledge within Slack. https://aboutsnack.com/


Using a self-rewriting README powered by GitHub Actions to track TILs

I’ve started tracking TILs—Today I Learned’s—inspired by this five-year-and-counting collection by Josh Branchaud on GitHub (found via Hacker News). I’m keeping mine in GitHub too, and using GitHub Actions to automatically generate an index page README in the repository and a SQLite-backed search engine.https://simonwillison.net/2020/Apr/20/self-rewriting-readme/


TIL

A collection of concise write-ups on small things I learn day to day across a variety of languages and technologies. These are things that don’t really warrant a full blog post. These are things I’ve picked up by Learning In Public™ and pairing with smart people at Hashrocket. Dark Mode til (this link opens in…


OrbitDB

Peer-to-Peer Databases for the Decentralized Web Dark Mode orbit-db (this link opens in a new window) by orbitdb (this link opens in a new window) Peer-to-Peer Databases for the Decentralized Web 139 Subscribers 3901 Watchers 288 Forks Check out this repository on GitHub.com (this link opens in a new window)


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