The Art of Programming
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A channel with programming news and tips and tricks, nice for beginners but also for experienced programmers. 💻
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The Art of Programming
2019-05-29 

Making the obvious code fast ~. https://jackmott.github.io/programming/2016/07/22/making-obvious-fast.html

The Art of Programming
2019-05-12 

Programming is Forgetting: Toward a New Hacker Ethic (talk transcript)

http://opentranscripts.org/transcript/programming-forgetting-new-hacker-ethic/
The Art of Programming
2019-04-25 

The Tyranny of the Hollerith Punched Card (or, Why is 80 chars the default max line length?)

http://pub.gajendra.net/2012/09/hollerith_tyranny
The Art of Programming
2019-04-18 

Pyodide: Bringing the scientific Python stack to the browser

Powered by WebAssembly and emscripten.
https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/04/pyodide-bringing-the-scientific-python-stack-to-the-browser/
The Art of Programming
2019-03-09 

The Graphing Calculator Story. From the time of the original Macintosh, a skunkworks project like no other.

https://www.pacifict.com/Story/
The Art of Programming
2019-01-05 

XORcism: A clean, modern tool to crack "rotating xor" ciphers, with a very descriptive README

https://github.com/BenH11235/XORcism
The Art of Programming
2018-11-20 

An exploration of the ways naive randomness can be misleading, and how to do it right

https://medium.com/@oldwestaction/randomness-is-hard-e085decbcbb2
The Art of Programming
2018-11-10 

Things nobody told me about being a software engineer:

https://anaulin.org/blog/things-nobody-told-me-about-being-a-software-engineer/
The Art of Programming
2018-11-03 

GPU text rendering using vectors, with great performance

https://wdobbie.com/post/gpu-text-rendering-with-vector-textures/
The Art of Programming
2018-10-16 

The story of a great fun old-time game programming hack

http://blog.moertel.com/posts/2013-12-14-great-old-timey-game-programming-hack.html