I'm an Entreprenuer turned accidental Product Manager writing about all things Startups, Product Management, Philosophy & Life
Adaptive Leadership for Technical Projects
Personal blog of software developer (and human).
My journey into biosemiotics 🌻, xenolingustics 👽 and emacs 🐄
I figure some people might be interested in the projects I make from time to time, or the solution to problems I have, so I publish them.
A blog about wonky thinks like collapsing government, some opinions, quantum mechanics and computing.
I am interested in machine learning, Rust and board games.
Ribbonfarm is a longform blog devoted to unusual takes on both familiar and new themes. It was founded in 2007 by Venkatesh Rao, who serves as Editor-in-Chief
Tutorials, Tips and Tricks for Developers and Data Scientists.
My personal motto? 'Impossible Is Nothing'
I’m a researcher with background in Economics, Mathematics, and Cognitive Science. My biggest intellectual influences are Scott Alexander and Gwern. Right now, I think about meta-science, biology, and philanthropy. My long-term goal is to make the future humane, aesthetic, and to make it happen faster.
A Product Engineer and hobbyist writer
Tech, Cooking, Linugistics, Programming language theory and more
I am a computer science and engineering professor at SUNY Buffalo. I work on distributed systems, distributed consensus, and cloud computing.
Technology blog with random short stories
Meaningness is a hypertext book (in progress), plus a “metablog” that comments on it. The book begins with an appetizer. Alternatively, you might like to look at its table of contents, or some other starting points. Classification of pages by topics supplements the book and metablog structures.
This blog began in 2003 as a personal online journal; in the past few years it became mostly an outlet for technical, programming-related posts. It's my way to document things I find interesting for my future self.
absorptions is a blog about my hobbies. So far it's mostly about signals, electronics and programming, but may pick up a random new field at any point. It's a place for me to direct my need to talk nerdy. Why? I like the smell of unsolved mysteries. Call them obsessions or special interests; I call them absorptions.
Interesting essays and interviews mostly political and meta.
Normal stuff. I write about my daily life and programming.
My name is Linus Åkesson, though some of you may know me as lft. I live in Lund, Sweden, and work as a software engineer. I dabble in many different areas. My blog is bilingual (swedish).
I've been blogging about anything that takes me since 2007. Now it's mostly movies, books and the occasional tech guide.
Blog on Software Engineering and Web Design
I shall dedicate myself to the interests of the country in life and death irrespective of personal weal and woe
Academic / research software developer who blogs about personal musings, science and technology.
I write about psychology, statistics, and technology; I am best known for work on the darknet markets & Bitcoin, blinded self-experiments & Quantified Self analyses, dual n-back & spaced repetition, and modafinil.
Software, programming, and maybe some powerlifting.
The Learnk8s' blog is a collection of long form articles devoted to exploring Kubernetes.
Delivering you the daily annoyances you didn't ask for.
Writing about humans, robots, and policy from an Indian startup founder, screenwriter, and recovering academic.
Telling stories about the programming world one statement at a time
I am a designer. I design experiences, opportunities, careers, teams, products, and organizations.
I write about Software Infrastructure and Machine Learning Research
The blog of a french software engineer.
I'm a front-end developer and an accessibility advocate. I love sharing what I know through my blog.
This is my personal space where I share my thoughts, findings and learnings.
Marginal Revolution is the blog of Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, both of whom teach at George Mason University. MR began in August of 2003 and there have been new posts daily since that time. In numerous reviews and ratings over the years Marginal Revolution has consistently been ranked as the best or one of the best economic blogs on the web, but it is more (and less) than that, also representing the quirks of its authors.
Software, projects & software projects. I write about personal projects and about things I learned at my job as a data engineer.
A blog about cryptography and security
I’m a software developer. I live in Montreal. I sometimes give talks. Most of my income comes from my programming zines business Wizard Zines.
I live in San Francisco and work at Stripe. I grew up in Ireland and previously studied math at MIT. I am on the boards of Stripe and the Long Now Foundation. (The long-term is underrated!)
I'm a cyber security professional and privacy advocate from North West England. I enjoy FOSS, drawing, motorbikes, and fishkeeping.
Blog about Data Engineering, Data Platform, Data Visualization and Web Development
Musings around the intersection of people and machines
This is Joel on Software, where I’ve been ranting about software development, management, business, and the Internet since 2000. In 2000 I co-founded Fog Creek Software, where we created lots of cool things like the FogBugz bug tracker, Trello, and Glitch. I also worked with Jeff Atwood to create Stack Overflow and served as CEO of Stack Overflow from 2010-2019.
Writing topics around Linux, minimal software, and Go.
I became financially independent at 30 and retired at 33. I blog about how to retire extremely early. A combination of simple living, anticonsumerism, DIY ethics, self-reliance, resilience, and applied capitalism
Thoughts, stories and ideas
I am an Android developer interested in online-privacy, owning our content/data, sci-fi stories and many other things. I like to share my learnings through my blog.
Designer, developer, and marketer trying to do work that matters for people who care.
I share my advice and lessons learned. I also share other things that I care about, think about and work on.
I write a blog about deep learning and everything else that I'm in the process of learning.
I blog about programming, with a focus on performance, architecture, Objective-C and my own language Objective-Smalltalk.
It's me writing about technology
Personal blog about my challenges in the space of software engineering and networking. Mostly focused nowadays on continuous integration and delivery.
Whenever I evaluate a technology stack for microservice architecture viability, I implement the same feature identical polyglot persistent microservice then run it through the same load test as all the others. In that way, I can compare and contrast these various technology stacks. I blog about the results here.
Software development, Google Play and Android in general. May contain traces of random rambling.
This is where I write about programming-related stuff. I try to keep it technical, and tend to focus on C++ and Python, but these aren’t strict rules. You could say the main theme throughout this blog is a reverence and fascination for programming.
Tim writes about his psychological shortcomings. Andrew writes about the business side. Alicia is the manager.
How Software is changing the world of Business rapidly and thoughts on uncovering new trends.
I'm a software engineer and I enjoy teaching people about code! I write about code, my side projects, and the rest of my life too.
Doing is often better than thinking of doing
Non-technical advice to navigate your programming career.
Mainly IT and software talk, with some personal opinion pieces on tech from time to time
Lisp wizard and an investor. You should probably just google me.
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