Dan is one of the deepest questioners of conventional industry wisdom that I know about (R0ml being the other one). Here, he turns his eye towards culture in general, and debugging in particular.
C++20 added support for coroutines. This blog post investigates their value in practice.
A data exploration in R of the fuel mix used to serve New York City's electricity grid during times of peak demand. Check out the code here: https://github.com/stevenleeg/nyiso-dirty-peaks.
Follow Twitter accounts over RSS. You can see the code here: https://github.com/colbyr/rssfollow
Reflections on the experience of making and publishing an OCaml library for sending email (https://github.com/jsthomas/tidy_email)
A self-moving wind chime that responds to data from a weather api.
Built using a simple node server that lives on a tiny raspberry pi - the pi connects to an arduino device, which controls a servo motor.
A thoughtful case for the benefits of learning how to do things faster.
A collection of experiments with processing webcam video, including ASCII rendering, dithering, and an incredibly cool filter that makes you look like a slinky.
Free Food is a research project to develop an open protocol for decentralized food delivery. It enables host devices to self-organize as a geosearchable p2p restaurant marketplace which requires no coordinating central authority. The project touches a breadth of topics: DHTs, space-filling curves, distributed ledgers, attack-resistant trust metrics, etc.
The source code for an 8-bit computer made out of custom PCBs.