Links & Reads – 2017 #2

🔖 📑 Enjoy reading and exploring! 🔖 📑

Long(er) reads:

Java links:

JavaScript links:

New releases:

  • Tokio 0.1 – ‘a platform for writing fast networking code in Rust’

Nice stuff:

  • Eta – ‘a pure, lazy, strongly typed functional programming language on the JVM’ (HN discussion)
  • git-quick-stats – ‘a simple and efficient way to access various statistics in git repository’
  • angular_bootstrap_spring – a sample app built in ‘Angular JS with Bootstrap and Spring 4 and Spring Security’
  • Awesome-APIs – ‘a curated list of APIs from round the web’
  • oklog – ‘A distributed and coördination-free log management system’
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Links & Reads from 2015 Week 2

Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

#Java:

#Clojure:

#Go:

Links:

  • Ori – ‘A Secure Distributed File System’
  • Behrooz File System (BFS) – ‘open-source distributed, scalable, replicated in-memory filesystem’
  • novm – ‘a legacy-free, type 2 hypervisor written in Go’ by Google
  • pinpoint – ‘ an Application Performance Management tool for large-scale distributed systems written in Java’, modeled after Google Dapper
  • streamflow – ‘a stream processing tool designed to rapidly build and monitor processing workflows’
  • jsr – redis rewritten in pure JavaScript

Links & reads from 2014 Week 2

In the second week of 2014 most notable was the announcement of open sourcing Light Table, Netflix released another excellent library that they internally use, and more… Enjoy reading and exploring!

Reads:

Links:

  • browserify – require(‘modules’) with JavaScript in the browser and use Node npm modules
  • gulp – a ‘streaming build system’ for JavaScript projects, an alternative to the highly popular Grunt
  • schema – ‘Clojure(Script) library for declarative data description and validation’
  • cloact – Minimalistic ClojureScript interface to React.js
  • overtone – ‘a Live-programmable music exploration & collaboration toolkit’ for Clojure
  • lightning-talk-clojure-overtone – ‘Some examples to do a bit of live-coding with Clojure, Overtone and SuperCollider’
  • cabot – ‘Self-hosted, easily-deployable monitoring and alerts service – like a lightweight PagerDuty’

Links & reads from 2013 Week 2

Before posting the regular stuff, I’d like to say, Aaron Swartz may your soul rest in peace. Aaron did a lot of things to make the world a better place. What happens in The Dark Knight was his latest blog post, other notable are How to Get a Job Like Mine and the Raw Nerve series.

On Aaron Swartz:


Reads:

Links:

  • Flatstrap – a flat Twitter Bootstrap theme
  • Cosmo – a metr0-like Twitter Bootstrap theme