discontinuous-range

made by dtudury, submitted by porterjamesj
A library for working with discontinuous ranges (e.g. "1-3, 5-7") in JavaScript.

Programming and Forecasting

made and submitted by philosophicalhacker
How I'm improving my ability to properly estimate how long it'll take to complete a programming task.

When should we create abstractions instead of duplication?

made and submitted by philosophicalhacker
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.

A screencast on deriving Publisher from Swift’s Sequence protocol

made by jasdev, submitted by davidbalbert
Jasdev made a screencast to give you a more intuitive understanding of Apple's Combine framework.

friday-the-13th

made by its_computers, submitted by porterjamesj
Find out when the next Friday the 13th is! You can see the code here: https://github.com/itscomputers/friday-the-13th

Day 5: drawing lots of faces with sketch-rnn

made by bork, submitted by davidbalbert
Julia is teaching a recurrent neural network to make good line drawings of faces.

find_github_email

made by jemmaissroff, submitted by porterjamesj
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

Center

made by Paul Peng, submitted by Mai
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

How I was able to track the location of any Tinder user.

made by mveytsman, submitted by davidbalbert
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.

refrigerator poetry forum

made by bork, submitted by porterjamesj
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