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  1. Linux running in a fully emulated RISC-V processer on Scratch (turbowarp)
  2. Looks awesome.
  3. Mostly horrible.
  4. Seems like an interesting event.
  5. "TimL is a Lisp dialect implemented in and compiling down to VimL, the scripting language provided by the Vim text editor. Think Clojure meets VimL." Made by Tim. :)
  6. "If you are a scientist or engineer, programming can enable you to work 10 to 100 times faster, and to come up with more creative solutions than colleagues who do not know how to program."
  7. The idea of that coding versus writing is something that is close to my heart.
  8. Basically a x86 emulator that runs within you browser at 2x speed.
  9. Slightly cute.
  10. Unbelievable.
  11. An incredible 11-step, 11-language quine by Yusuke Endoh.
  12. " is an online environment for interactively exploring programming languages."
  13. I could easily loose a big chunk of my life to this site.
  14. Interesting argument that the use of NUL-terminated strings in C was shortsighted and wrong. And it probably was. My recent blog post on coal computing anyone?
  15. I'm a huge fan of data.table and I've used it a ton in my own work in the last year.
  16. Who needs GOTO?
  17. I swear I remember this diagram from the GNU Arch days.
  18. Too bad I've mostly moved to Emacs at this point...
  19. Very cool.
  20. It's exactly what it sounds like. Good? Slightly horrifying?
  21. Awesome (and very short) section of debugging: 1. Be liberal with the use of print (or cat()) statements in your functions when debugging them! 2. traceback() # can see the sequence of function calls 3. options(error = dump.frames) debugger() # permits you to see the values of objects in the various nested environments of the function calls

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