Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Links and Notes for 2009-10-26

  • [GO] Beautiful Perl: A simple plugin system

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Links and Notes for 2009-10-21

  • [GO] From Novice to Adept: Cleaning Up Bad Code - Modern Perl Books, a Modern Perl Blog
  • [GO] Re: git workflow (was Re: git?) - nntp.perl.org
    "Frankly if you havent used git before it will take some unlearning, but eventually it will become clear. The fact is git is an extremely simple system. YET.... In the same way that Go is a very simple game as compared to Chess. There are far more possible Go games than there are Chess games. Same with git versus pretty well any other VC."
  • [GO] djb (Aaron Swartz's Raw Thought)
    You know what? I am thrilled when my code helps *one* person through their day...
  • [GO] hurl
    Cool. It's curl but in your browser.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Links and Notes for 2009-10-20

  • [GO] NYC NoSQL Fall '09: Bryan Fink from Basho Technologies demonstrates the riak web-shaped data storage engine on Vimeo
  • [GO] Jamis Broke Open Source!
    This has been a point of conversation over the last couple of days. If you are running a successful project then you need to identify a leader before you head out the door. Communities need leaders. That isn't anti-open source its just how humans work. At the very least most groups of people need someone to stand at the front of the mob and point in the right direction.
  • [GO] Numbers Everyone Should Know | Everything is Data

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Links to share for 2009-10-14

  • [GO] John Graham-Cumming: Damn the torpedoes
  • [GO] Post-Medium Publishing
  • [GO] Nick Thompson’s first-person map | Infotropism
    I know now that they have this for cellphones but this has a whole bunch of data mashed together in a really cool way.
  • [GO] Is The Large Hadron Collider Being Sabotaged from the Future? - Large hardron collider - io9
  • [GO] Paul Buchheit: Applied Philosophy, a.k.a. "Hacking"