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Links shared between Lobste.rs, Hacker News, and /r/Programming in the last 3 days.

Each entry contains links to the submission on each site, and the submission's Score and number of Comments. If the ratio of comments to score exceeds 1.25, the topic is deemed to be controversial.

This page was generated 2021-03-09 04:03:59+0100. It usually updates hourly. About this project. Changelog. Monthly archives.

First seen on Lobste.rs as Tesseract Teaser on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by RiderOfGiraffes. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 6m later as Tesseract Teaser, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Twelve Tips to Master Programming Faster (2009) on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by breck. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as Twelve Tips to Master Programming Faster (2009), submitted by breck. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h16m later as Twelve Tips to Master Programming Faster (2009), submitted by speckz. Score 1, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as MIPS Becomes RISC-V on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by zimmerfrei. Score 328, comments 148  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as MIPS Technologies joins RISC-V, moves to open-source ISA standard, submitted by soapdog. Score 8, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Vim is Turing-Complete on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by hwayne. Score 19, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Vim Is Turing-Complete, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as How the ARPANET Protocols Worked on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as How the Arpanet Protocols Worked, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 5, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as New Algorithm Breaks Speed Limit for Solving Linear Equations on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by theafh. Score 7, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h38m later as New Algorithm Breaks Speed Limit for Solving Linear Equations, submitted by ot. Score 104, comments 24  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h31m later as New Algorithm Breaks Speed Limit for Solving Linear Equations, submitted by GrayGnome. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Open Product Recipe on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by erlend_sh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as Open Product Recipe, submitted by erlend_sh. Score 0, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Untyped Types on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by gingerbill. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1h8m later as Untyped Types, submitted by calvin. Score 3, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3m later as Untyped Types, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as How to build better digital experiences with UX writing principles on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by knl. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as How to build better digital experiences with UX writing principles, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Search-That-Hash - Reduces cracking by hours. Searches APIs before auto-cracking in HashCat on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by skerritt. Score -1, comments 1  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as Search-That-Hash – Searches Hash Lookup APIs before automatically cracking in H, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Escape analysis hates copy elision on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by raymii. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 7h56m later as Escape analysis hates copy elision, submitted by pornel. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as Lunatic - An Erlang inspired runtime for all programming languages on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by bkolobara. Score 191, comments 35  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h26m later as Lunatic - An Erlang inspired runtime for all programming languages, submitted by calvin. Score 20, comments 8

First seen on Hacker News as “Keep the internet beautiful” – A Declaration of War (1994) on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by fao_. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as "Keep the internet beautiful” – A Declaration of War (1994), submitted by alexandria. Score 4, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: I made a parser visualizer using manim on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by ashutoshbsathe. Score 45, comments 14  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h29m later as yacv: Yet Another Compiler Visualizer, submitted by Hail_Spacecake. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Unifying developer velocity metrics in Datadog with GitHub Actions on 08 Mar 2021, submitted by houqp. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as Unifying developer velocity metrics in Datadog with GitHub Actions, submitted by houqp. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as OhMyREPL.jl - Syntax highlighting and other enhancements for the Julia REPL on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by GrayGnome. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Ohmyrepl.jl – Syntax highlighting and other enhancements for the Julia REPL, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Build REST/GraphQL APIs Using Google Spreadsheet on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by houqp. Score 7, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2m later as Build REST/GraphQL APIs using google spreadsheet for fun, submitted by houqp. Score 3, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 18m later as Build APIs using Google spreadsheet for fun, submitted by houqp. Score 11, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: Counter – Simple and Free Web Analytics on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by ihucos. Score 145, comments 72  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 16h8m later as Counter: Simple Web Analytics (FOSS), submitted by learnbyexample. Score 3, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Qubes-lite with KVM and Wayland on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by raymii. Score 21, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as Qubes-Lite with KVM and Wayland, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 134, comments 42  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as How SREs Solve Problems at Home (Making my Dumb Fridge Smart) on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by LeahNeukirchen. Score 13, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 9m later as SREs Solve Problems at Home (Making My Dumb Fridge Smart), submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 22h11m later as SREs Solve Problems at Home (Making My Dumb Fridge Smart), submitted by ericvolp12. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Getting PIV-based SSH working on a YubiKey on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by eta. Score 13, comments 10

Then appeared on Hacker News 2m later as Getting PIV-based SSH working on a YubiKey, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Goodbye Minikube on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by nfrankel. Score 1, comments 3

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 21m later as Goodbye minikube, submitted by raymii. Score 12, comments 7

First seen on Lobste.rs as Memory-mapped IO registers in zig on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by vfoley. Score 25, comments 3

Then appeared on /r/Programming 43m later as Memory-mapped IO registers in zig, submitted by kassany. Score 66, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 16m later as Memory-mapped IO registers in zig, submitted by kristoff_it. Score 4, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as How to Get Better at Recursion on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by eatonphil. Score 65, comments 62  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as How to get better at recursion, submitted by eatonphil. Score 24, comments 32 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1m later as How to get better at recursion, submitted by eatonphil. Score 0, comments 5

First seen on Hacker News as Show HN: wcp – a reimplementation of cp using io_uring. With a nice progress bar on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by wheybags. Score 29, comments 6  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 6h13m later as wcp - a reimplementation of cp using io_uring. With a nice progress bar, submitted by wheybags. Score 203, comments 41  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 4h32m later as I made a file copy thing, submitted by calvin. Score 37, comments 3  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as Parameter Passing in C and C++ on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by chmaynard. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 5h3m later as Parameter Passing in C and C++, submitted by swolchok. Score 16, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as unzip is applied zip on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by banana_oatmeal. Score 17, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as Unzip Is Applied Zip, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Apple M1 Microarchitecture Research on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by my123. Score 212, comments 35  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 10m later as Apple M1 CPU Microarchitectures (Firestorm and Icestorm): instruction tables describing throughput, latency, and uops, submitted by mttd. Score 439, comments 40  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h12m later as Firestorm Overview, submitted by calvin. Score 9, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Why I rewrote my Rust keyboard firmware in Zig: consistency, mastery, and fun on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by iansinnott. Score 732, comments 373  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 18m later as Why I rewrote my Rust keyboard firmware in Zig: consistency, mastery, and fun, submitted by kameliya. Score 112, comments 94  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 19m later as Why I rewrote my Rust keyboard firmware in Zig: consistency, mastery, and fun, submitted by kristoff-it. Score 241, comments 173  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as My Custom Emacs Setup on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by raymii. Score 12, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 10m later as My Custom Emacs Setup, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 20, comments 13  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Finding Mona Lisa in the Game of Life on 07 Mar 2021, submitted by calvin. Score 34, comments 5  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Finding Mona Lisa in the Game of Life, submitted by mseri. Score 382, comments 56  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as "On Password Handling" - defining an algebra to make coding mistakes with passwords less likely on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by mtnygard. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as “On Password Handling” – defining an algebra to make coding mistakes with passw, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Strema is a (WIP) hobby programming language built live on stream on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by breck. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as Strema: a programming language built live on stream, submitted by breck. Score 10, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as The Upgrow Guide - A sustainable architecture for Ruby on Rails on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by mooreds. Score 1, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as Upgrow: A sustainable architecture for Ruby on Rails, submitted by Confusion. Score 5, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as How does a PS/2 keyboard interface work? on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 7m later as Ben Eater – So how does a PS/2 keyboard interface work?, submitted by fredoverflow. Score 452, comments 30  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h53m later as How does a PS/2 keyboard interface work?, submitted by james. Score 32, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 19h44m later as How does a PS/2 keyboard interface work [video], submitted by guiambros. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on Hacker News as If-Else-Switch on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by mpweiher. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 2h30m later as An exercise in mental masturbation, submitted by QuiramJudaculla. Score 0, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 10h57m later as If/else/switch, submitted by raymii. Score 12, comments 27 controversial  🔥

First seen on Hacker News as RectCut for dead simple UI layouts on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 7h21m later as RectCut for dead simple UI layouts, submitted by friendlysock. Score 40, comments 3  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 4h22m later as RectCut for dead simple UI layouts, submitted by ar-nelson. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Look & Feel Changes Coming to elementary OS 6 on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by raymii. Score 31, comments 11  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 5h18m later as Look and Feel Changes Coming to Elementary OS 6, submitted by dmytton. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 15h35m later as Look and Feel Changes Coming to Elementary OS 6, submitted by amscotti. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h34m later as Look and Feel Changes Coming to Elementary OS 6, submitted by crbelaus. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 22h25m later as Look and Feel Changes Coming to Elementary OS 6, submitted by mands. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as Exploiting XPC in AntiVirus on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by fro. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 5m later as Exploiting XPC in AntiVirus, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as What Does a Cache Do? on 06 Mar 2021, submitted by brianyu8. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2 days later as What does a cache do?, submitted by Tenzer. Score 2, comments 0  💤

First seen on /r/Programming as JEP 398: Deprecate the Applet API for Removal - The essentially irrelevant JEP on 05 Mar 2021, submitted by henk53. Score 35, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 15h58m later as JEP 398: Deprecate the Applet API for Removal, submitted by calvin. Score 20, comments 30 controversial  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h57m later as JEP 398: Deprecate the Applet API for Removal, submitted by tannhaeuser. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as 30k U.S. organizations newly hacked via holes in Microsoft Exchange Server on 05 Mar 2021, submitted by parsecs. Score 1031, comments 432  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 19m later as At Least 30,000 U.S. Organizations Newly Hacked Via Holes in Microsoft’s Email, submitted by feross. Score 1208, comments 187  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 17h56m later as U.S. Organizations Hacked Via Microsoft Exchange, submitted by Pistos. Score 22, comments 5

First seen on Lobste.rs as Go modules considered harmful on 05 Mar 2021, submitted by quintus. Score 7, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 2h18m later as Go Modules Considered Harmful, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 17h50m later as Go Modules Considered Harmful, submitted by zdw. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Go Modules Considered Harmful, submitted by azhenley. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as SerenityOS Kernel Hacking Adventures: Memory corruption to root privileges on 05 Mar 2021, submitted by ingve. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 8h8m later as SerenityOS: Kernel Hacking Adventures, submitted by fro. Score 17, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4h24m later as SerenityOS: Kernel Hacking Adventures, submitted by ingve. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Business Costs of Technical Debt on 05 Mar 2021, submitted by blainsmith. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8m later as The Business Costs of Technical Debt [pdf], submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h20m later as The Business Costs of Technical Debt [pdf], submitted by simonpure. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 9h16m later as The Business Costs of Technical Debt [pdf], submitted by pron. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Atlas: Our journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform on 04 Mar 2021, submitted by muglug. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 14h25m later as Atlas: Dropbox's journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform, submitted by pimterry. Score 1178, comments 170  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News less than a minute later as Atlas: Dropbox's journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform, submitted by pimterry. Score 11, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 8h22m later as Atlas: Our journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform, submitted by calvin. Score 2, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Atlas: Our journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h15m later as Atlas: Our journey from a Python monolith to a managed platform – Dropbox, submitted by sharjeelsayed. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as The Kilobyte’s Gambit, 1k chess engine with Queen’s Gambit pixel art on 04 Mar 2021, submitted by mattround. Score 6, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h14m later as The Kilobyte’s Gambit chess game with 1K AI, submitted by nanochess. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 19h52m later as Chess Engine in 1KB of JavaScript, submitted by CharlesW. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 14h12m later as The Kilobyte's Gambit, submitted by oedmarap. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h45m later as CGA Chess, submitted by doener. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 23h48m later as The Kilobyte’s Gambit, submitted by msszczep2. Score 491, comments 142  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 20h34m later as The Kilobyte’s Gambit 1k chess game, submitted by kai3x5. Score 8, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as Best practices can slow your application down on 03 Mar 2021, submitted by dwaxe. Score 0, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Best practices can slow your application down, submitted by generichuman. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Best practices can slow your application down, submitted by nsoonhui. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h12m later as Best practices can slow your application down, submitted by raymii. Score 11, comments 5

First seen on Lobste.rs as Dolt is Git for Data on 03 Mar 2021, submitted by blainsmith. Score 23, comments 17  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1 day later as Dolt is Git for Data, submitted by meatlicious. Score 35, comments 24  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Dolt: Git for Data, submitted by pcr910303. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as Dolt – It's Git for Data, submitted by feross. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Hafnium Targeting MS Exchange Servers (Patch Now) on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by _wldu. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16h33m later as Hafnium targeting Exchange Servers with 0-day exploits, submitted by weare138. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h43m later as Hafnium targeting Exchange Servers with 0-day Exploits, submitted by oedmarap. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h58m later as HAFNIUM targeting Exchange Servers with 0-day exploits, submitted by lorddimwit. Score 5, comments 2

Then appeared on Hacker News 4h32m later as Hafnium targeting Exchange Servers with 0-day exploits, submitted by kryogen1c. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Hafnium Hacking Exchange Servers, submitted by sanandreas23. Score 4, comments 0

First seen on /r/Programming as New Mobile Native Foundation to Foster Development Collaboration - Linux Foundation on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by dayanruben. Score 0, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 1m later as New Mobile Native Foundation to Foster Development Collaboration, submitted by dayanruben. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1m later as New Mobile Native Foundation to Foster Development Collaboration, submitted by dayanruben. Score 2, comments 1  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h22m later as Linux Foundation Launches New Mobile Native Foundation, submitted by mlutsky1231. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as New Mobile Native Foundation to Foster Development Collaboration, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as A workbench for writing toy implementations of distributed algorithms on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by sergeyb. Score 23, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 19m later as Jepsen Maelstrom – distributed systems learning workbench, submitted by simon_acca. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Jepsen Maelstrom: Workbench for Learning to Write Distributed Systems, submitted by cube2222. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as How to execute an object file: Part 1 on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by jgrahamc. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 6h31m later as How to execute an object file, submitted by pimterry. Score 54, comments 2  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h39m later as How to execute an object file: Part 1, submitted by calvin. Score 8, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as How to execute an object file: Part 1, submitted by crecker. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as How to execute an object file: Part 1, submitted by tosh. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as The Netflix Cosmos Platform. Orchestrated Functions – Netflix TechBlog on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by hyzyla. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h22m later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform, submitted by oedmarap. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 2h15m later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform, submitted by williballenthin. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h25m later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform, submitted by duck. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 13h46m later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform: Orchestrated Functions as a Microservice, submitted by andyjohnson0. Score 14, comments 0  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 2 days later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform. Orchestrated Functions as a Microservice, submitted by kiyanwang. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 23h18m later as The Netflix Cosmos Platform, submitted by tosh. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Blackbird Secure Desktop – a fully open-source modern POWER9 workstation on 02 Mar 2021, submitted by transpute. Score 9, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 3 days later as Review: Blackbird Secure Desktop, submitted by lukastyrychtr. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 9h22m later as Review: Blackbird Secure Desktop, submitted by fernplus. Score 32, comments 10  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Review: Blackbird Secure Desktop a fully open-source modern POWER9 workstation, submitted by harporoeder. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Post-Spectre Web Development on 26 Feb 2021, submitted by pimterry. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1m later as Post-Spectre Web Development, submitted by pimterry. Score 1, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 3h46m later as Post-Spectre Web Development, submitted by calvin. Score 3, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 11h46m later as Post-Spectre Web Development, submitted by pabs3. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8 days later as Post-Spectre Web Development, submitted by tlamponi. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as The decline of computers as a general-purpose technology on 23 Feb 2021, submitted by matt_d. Score 308, comments 217  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h54m later as The Decline of Computers as a General Purpose Technology, submitted by tmfi. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 18h37m later as The Decline of Computers as a General Purpose Technology, submitted by zge. Score 27, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 9 days later as The Decline of Computers as a General Purpose Technology, submitted by banned-by-apple. Score 13, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as Ohmygit – An open source game about learning Git on 22 Feb 2021, submitted by mtmail. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 14 days later as An open source git learning game: Oh My Git, submitted by ngoldbaum. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Why Is Naming Things Hard? on 16 Feb 2021, submitted by neilkakkar. Score 23, comments 11

Then appeared on /r/Programming 1h59m later as Why Is Naming Things Hard?, submitted by neilkakkar. Score 1, comments 7

Then appeared on Hacker News 1 day later as Why Is Naming Things Hard?, submitted by r_singh. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 17 days later as Why Is Naming Things Hard?, submitted by nromiun. Score 3, comments 0

First seen on Lobste.rs as Earley Parser on 15 Feb 2021, submitted by vrthra. Score 21, comments 12

Then appeared on Hacker News 9m later as Earley Parser, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 19 days later as Earley Parser, submitted by nromiun. Score 3, comments 1

First seen on Lobste.rs as Better BASHing Through Technology on 11 Feb 2021, submitted by jussi. Score 20, comments 15

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Better BASHing Through Technology, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 3, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 23 days later as Better BASHing Through Technology, submitted by speckz. Score 11, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as The Big Little Guide to Message Queues on 31 Dec 2020, submitted by sudhirj. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on /r/Programming 5h40m later as The Big Little Guide to Message Queues, submitted by btsmth. Score 27, comments 1

Then appeared on /r/Programming 65 days later as The Big Little Guide to Message Queues, submitted by domysee. Score 31, comments 8

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 13h39m later as The Big Little Guide to Message Queues, submitted by calvin. Score 7, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as The Museum of HP Calculators on 30 Dec 2020, submitted by susam. Score 2, comments 1

Then appeared on Lobste.rs less than a minute later as The Museum of HP Calculators, submitted by susam. Score 8, comments 4

Then appeared on Hacker News 66 days later as The Museum of HP Calculators, submitted by susam. Score 2, comments 1

First seen on /r/Programming as Circuit Breaker Pattern in Elixir Design for failure with the circuit breaker pattern on 06 Nov 2020, submitted by amacgregor. Score 4, comments 3

Then appeared on Hacker News 10 days later as Using the Circuit Breaker Pattern with Elixir, submitted by allanmacgregor. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 111 days later as Circuit Breaker Pattern in Elixir, submitted by allanmacgregor. Score 12, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Write your own Excel in 100 lines of F# on 03 Nov 2020, submitted by airstrike. Score 8, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 125 days later as Write your own Excel in 100 lines of F#, submitted by srid. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as plausible/analytics – Self-hosted and privacy-first Google Analytics alternative on 06 Oct 2020, submitted by ukutaht. Score 28, comments 16  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 4m later as Plausible/analytics – Self-hosted and privacy-first Google Analytics alternative, submitted by todsacerdoti. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 151 days later as Simple and privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytic, submitted by rajeshrajappan. Score 172, comments 85  🔥

First seen on Lobste.rs as Rethinking Open Source: The Challenges Behind Establishing a Modern Emulator (2019) on 28 Jul 2020, submitted by hristoast. Score 17, comments 10

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h0m later as Rethinking Open Source: The Challenges Behind Establishing a Modern Emulator, submitted by zdw. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 221 days later as Rethinking Open Source: The Challenges Behind Establishing a Modern Emulator, submitted by danbolt. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Lobste.rs as The Agile Labor Union (2014) on 12 Apr 2020, submitted by chobeat. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 329 days later as The Agile Labor Union, submitted by Chobeat. Score 0, comments 3

First seen on Hacker News as How CPUs Are Designed and Built on 24 Mar 2020, submitted by ur-whale. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 347 days later as How CPUs are Designed and Built: Computer Architecture (1/4), submitted by zaynetro. Score 6, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Functional Parsing – Computerphile [video] on 05 Feb 2020, submitted by kgwxd. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on /r/Programming 4h22m later as Functional or Combinator Parsing explained by Professor Graham Hutton, submitted by JavaSuck. Score 42, comments 5

Then appeared on Hacker News 21h21m later as Functional Parsing, submitted by draklor40. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 393 days later as Functional Parsing (2020), submitted by dbremner. Score 9, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as On Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited [pdf] on 11 Dec 2019, submitted by luu. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 451 days later as On Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited (2009), submitted by dbremner. Score 5, comments 2

First seen on Lobste.rs as TROS: How IBM mainframes stored microcode in transformers on 15 Nov 2019, submitted by calvin. Score 5, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 476 days later as TROS: How IBM mainframes stored microcode in transformers (2019), submitted by detaro. Score 127, comments 28  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 12h9m later as TROS: How IBM mainframes stored microcode in transformers, submitted by brainy-zebra. Score 13, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as Atomic_ring: A C++ template for a quasi-lock-free ring implementation on 31 Oct 2019, submitted by clauderoux. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 494 days later as Atomic Ring: A C++ template for a quasi lock-free ring implementation, submitted by Claudius. Score 4, comments 2

First seen on Hacker News as Pricing niche products: Why sell a mechanical keyboard kit for $1,668? on 03 Sep 2019, submitted by mkeeter. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 30 days later as Why sell a mechanical keyboard kit for $1,668?, submitted by tomb. Score 65, comments 18  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 1h31m later as Pricing niche products, submitted by speps. Score 769, comments 356  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 487 days later as Pricing Niche Products, submitted by duggan. Score 1, comments 0  💤

Then appeared on Hacker News 32 days later as Pricing niche products with Vickrey auctions: a mechanical keyboard kit is $1668, submitted by 1996. Score 2, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as What Is Zig's Comptime? on 05 Aug 2019, submitted by kristoff_it. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 1 day later as What is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by calvin. Score 42, comments 5  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 10h33m later as What Is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by mpweiher. Score 4, comments 1

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h35m later as What Is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by daurnimator. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 8h36m later as What Is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by luu. Score 116, comments 40  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 385 days later as What is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by popeix. Score 68, comments 9  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 20 days later as What is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by aScottishBoat. Score 14, comments 9

Then appeared on Hacker News 171 days later as What Is Zig's Comptime?, submitted by kristoff_it. Score 1, comments 0  💤

First seen on Hacker News as Learn a little jq, Awk and sed on 29 Jul 2019, submitted by mooreds. Score 23, comments 7  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 6h36m later as Learn a little jq, awk and sed, submitted by friendlysock. Score 40, comments 39  🔥

Then appeared on /r/Programming 306 days later as Learn a little jq, awk and sed, submitted by mooreds. Score 91, comments 30  🔥

Then appeared on Hacker News 279 days later as Learn a little jq, Awk and sed (2019), submitted by mooreds. Score 7, comments 0

First seen on Hacker News as Client-side web programming in Haskell: A retrospective on 28 Jul 2019, submitted by thedataangel. Score 4, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 16 days later as Client-side web programming in Haskell: A retrospective, submitted by senorsmile. Score 2, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 4 days later as Front-end programming in Haskell: A retrospective, submitted by galfarragem. Score 3, comments 0

Then appeared on Hacker News 63 days later as Client-side web programming in Haskell: A retrospective, submitted by mxschumacher. Score 163, comments 47  🔥

Then appeared on Lobste.rs 503 days later as Client-side web programming in Haskell: A retrospective (2019), submitted by zem. Score 8, comments 0


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