Bookmarks for June 22nd through July 19th
These are my links for June 22nd through July 19th:
- CoffeeTable – Code – Alec Perkins – A drop-in workbench for experimentation, CoffeeTable provides a CoffeeScript-fluent console on a page, with persistent history and auto-suggest.
- Waterloo – Jobs – Google – Google opened an office a mile from my old high school. That neighborhood was all closed shoe and tire factories.
- The Observation Deck » In defense of intrapreneurialism – RT @bcantrill: In defense of intrapreneurialism: And curse you @trevoro for having taunted me with that red cape!
- matt blags – hivemind devops alert: nginx sucks at ssl – Benchmark of SSL handling by nginx, stunnel, stud, and the author’s patched stud.
- Eli Bendersky’s website » Blog Archive » Parsing C++ in Python with Clang – RT @tuan_kuranes_rs: Parsing C++ in Python with Clang:
- Lunch: The Patty Shack, Redwood City, CA | blueslugs.com – Bacon-wrapped hot dogs arrive in #redwoodcity.
- Jonas Galvez: HCSS – hcss is a CSS compiler that that allows you to use HTML element hierarchy to define CSS rules. hcss employs simple conventions for defining nested rules and minimalist class inheritance.
- Adam Leventhal’s blog » Flash news I wish I could read – RT @ahl: new blog post » Flash news I wish I could read
- Traffic Light Protocol – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – “The Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) was created to encourage greater sharing of sensitive information. The originator signals how widely they want their information to be circulated beyond the immediate recipient.” A simple document classification scheme.
- How to take advantage of Redis just adding it to your stack – “Redis is different than other database solutions in many ways: it uses memory as main storage support and disk only for persistence, the data model is pretty unique, it is single threaded and so forth. I think that another big difference is that in order to take advantage of Redis in your production environment you don’t need to switch to Redis. You can just use it in order to do new things that were not possible before, or in order to fix old problems.” Redis’s author illustrates some problems Redis makes easy.
- Gephi, an open source graph visualization and manipulation software – “Gephi is an interactive visualization and exploration platform for all kinds of networks and complex systems, dynamic and hierarchical graphs.” Java-based, uses OpenGL, cross-platform.
- Dive Into Dojo GFX | Facebook – SitePen’s note on dojox.gfx has slightly more detailed examples than the base documentation.