How I'm improving my ability to properly estimate how long it'll take to complete a programming task.
Because abstractions aren’t free, sometimes we’re better off duplicating code instead of creating them. Here I consider different views on this trade-off and argue for a new, brier score based approach.
Jasdev made a screencast to give you a more intuitive understanding of Apple's Combine framework.
Find out when the next Friday the 13th is! You can see the code here: https://github.com/itscomputers/friday-the-13th
Julia is teaching a recurrent neural network to make good line drawings of faces.
A Ruby gem for finding people's emails from GitHub.
You can read more in Jemma's blog post: https://jemma.dev/blog/find-github-email
A fun visualization using p5. Invisible circles, each with a color, coming out from the center of the drawing, evenly spaced. When a circle goes past the edge, it comes back in from the other side. Draw a line between the centers of overlapping circles colored the average of the circles' colors, lighter when further apart, heavier when closer together.
Code here: https://github.com/paul1peng/center
In 2013, Max realized that you could use triangulation to discover the precise location of any user on Tinder. Max built a proof of concept and notified Tinder, and they fixed the vulnerability.
A website where you can make themed poems out of digital refrigerator magnets. You can see the code here: https://github.com/jvns/refrigerator-forum