The Ultimate Guide to JavaScript Frameworks
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The Ultimate Guide to JavaScript Frameworks

Updated Jan. 21st, 2018: Added AppRun and dva. Keeping up with JavaScript frameworks can be a challenge. There are a lot of them, and seemingly another one every…

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This Is Why Understanding Space Is So Hard – Facts So Romantic – Nautilus
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This Is Why Understanding Space Is So Hard – Facts So Romantic – Nautilus

The overwhelming success of Einstein’s theory was the final blow for Newton’s absolute space—but without absolute space, we continue to struggle to make sense of the forces evinced…

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The city I write this in protected its name, so I am not legally allowed to use it
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The city I write this in protected its name, so I am not legally allowed to use it

There’s a certain city in the Balkan peninsula whose name I cannot type here. Some of you might know it as the capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina. This…

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Reverse Engineering the TEC-06 Serial Protocol
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Reverse Engineering the TEC-06 Serial Protocol

When I'm reviewing hardware, I always look around to see what I can find about it on the internet (beyond the 500 pages selling some version or another). …

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yeKcim/warmux
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yeKcim/warmux

warmux was a worms free opensource clone project. It's a dead project, website is down, code was nowhere(?), so I decided to clone the project here. Contributors Contributors…

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mgechev/tiny-compiler
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mgechev/tiny-compiler

/* # Lexer The lexer is responsible for turning the input string into a list of tokens. Usually a token looks the following way: ```javascript { "type": Symbol("Operator"),…

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I Am a Roboticist in a Cheese Factory
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I Am a Roboticist in a Cheese Factory

Most people think about robots as autonomous machines guided by artificial intelligence. Most people are wrong: robots come in all sorts of forms, which I know because I…

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Gauss–Markov theorem
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Gauss–Markov theorem

In statistics, the Gauss–Markov theorem, named after Carl Friedrich Gauss and Andrey Markov, states that in a linear regression model in which the errors have expectation zero and…

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Here’s why you can’t buy a high-end graphics card at Best Buy
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Here’s why you can’t buy a high-end graphics card at Best Buy

Enlarge / Philadelphia miner Matthew Freilich shared this picture of his mining rig, which contains eight Nvidia GTX 1070 graphics cards. Matthew FreilichThe market for high-end graphics cards…

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Never accept an MDM policy on your personal phone
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Never accept an MDM policy on your personal phone

In this new age of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), employees can bring personally owned devices (laptops, tablets, smartphones, etc...) to their workplace, and to use those devices…

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