Themer – a CLI for generating themes for all your tools - this looks like a wonderful way to blow a few hours tweaking your environment
Decentralization Roundup for 2017 - On breaking our dependence on the big players and taking back our web
Ruby 2.5.0 - pp is now automatically loaded, and rescue/else/ensure gets block level support. Also: no more top-level constants!
Ruby 3 and JIT: Where, When and How Fast? - more about what than where/when, but a great way to get an understanding of the upcoming changes
Meet Alva - a really neat design tool for using your own React-based, typescript styled components inside a visual editor. And it’s open source!
Naivecoin: a tutorial for building a cryptocurrency - the simplest tutorial possible for building currency on a blockchain
Write your own diff for fun - a short dive into the Longest Common Subsequence algorithm
Searching for Bitcoins in GitHub repositories with Google BigQuery - [Video]
Free 13-part course on CSS Grid - very detailed series on CSS grids
Reflections on a PhD accidentally spent on language design - centers around Futhark, a lightweight functional language made for parallel computation
"A simple makefile" is a unicorn - good article, but the site layout makes it near unreadable
Become a better developer in 2018 - puff piece on setting and achieving goals as a developer
Open Source .NET – 3 years later - lots of contributors and a growing ecosystem is good for everyone in the .NET community
Undefined vs Unsafe in Rust - how they are different from each other, and sometimes different from themselves
Machine Learning for Dummies - IBM Edition: Free book to help with ML fundamentals
Rust for Rubyists - This is a blog post about Rust, focused on Rubyists - not to be confused with rustforrubyists.com
How I Got Paid $0 From the Uber Security Bug Bounty - Ends up a minimum $500 payout is == $0
Yew: Rust framework for making client web apps - Think of this like React, but written in Rust.
How I learned to program - From Dan Luu. It’s never a bad idea to just read through his site’s archives.
Advanced Numpy Techniques - A jupyter notebook that attempts to convince you that you should use Numpy for numeric data work, with just gobs of cool examples
A visual ARM emulator - Free, but not FOSS. Still, really cool.
I went full nomad and it almost broke me - Not particularly developer-focused, but it seemed relevant as I live full-time in an RV now and I can relate. My solution: focus on your health and find a routine.