Wrec: a recommendation engine that tells you what you're missing

made by TaniyaS, submitted by Mai
Instead of suggesting books that are similar to ones you've already read, this recommendation engine tries to broaden your horizons by showing you what you're not reading or paying attention to.

Some reasons to measure

made by impostor, submitted by Mai
A thoughtful blog post on the value of measuring vs. building.

JNJ (J iN Janet)

made by zdsmith, submitted by vaibhavsagar
Janet bindings to the J array programming language!

My stack for research ML projects

made by pmin, submitted by nicholasbs
Advice and suggestions for a set of tools for small teams to use for machine learning research projects.

I am the controller

made by jaqarrick, Uhhmara, submitted by rachel
Create pixel art and music... with your (anonymized) face.

An animated wind sock in 261 characters

made by souren, submitted by rachel
A Tweetcart is a game or visual demo that fits in 280 characters (or fewer) of PICO-8 code. Souren animated a wind sock, with 19 characters to spare!

80 Percent Comprehension

made by hwolff00, submitted by rachel
A tool that scrapes and analyzes books to create Anki flashcard decks of vocabulary words.

Poet, an emacs theme that's suitable for writing prose

made by Kunal Bhalla, submitted by rachel
An emacs theme that is well-suited to modes like org-mode, markdown-mode, or any mode that works well with variable-pitch mode. Check out Kunal's blog post about creating Poet here: https://explog.in/notes/poet.html

Coding in Indigenous African Languages

made by rottytooth, submitted by Mai
A profile of YorLang, a programming language that takes its syntax from JavaScript and its keywords and culture from Yoruba. The post has lots of interesting links to follow for further reading, and you can explore the YorLang docs here: https://anoniscoding.github.io/yorlang/docs/doc.html.

So you want to write a GUI framework

made by cmyr, submitted by davidbalbert
Colin has been working on Druid[1], a cross-platform GUI framework, for a while now. In this blog post, he lays out the set of things a GUI framework for writing desktop applications needs to handle. [1]https://github.com/linebender/druid