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0 ✔ | 2 ♥ Project Euler
Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. Although mathematics will help you arrive at elegant and efficient methods, the use of a computer and programming skills will be required to solve most problems.
challenges, development, math, problem solvin...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Home - Test Anything Protocol
Simple standard for testing and reporting results.
development, junit, programming, reporting, s...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Single-table vs. multi-table design in Amazon...
aws, development, dynamodb, programming, read...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Patterns.dev - Modern Web App Design Patterns
Focuses mostly on react, but goes through a GoF-like patterns updated for webdev.
architecture, coding, development, web develo...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Get Started with WebRTC - HTML5 Rocks
signals, jerry.
development, p2p, peer to peer, web developme...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Home - CHAOSS
CHAOSS is a Linux Foundation project focused on creating analytics and metrics to help define community health
chaoss, development, metrics, open source, we...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Strict function types by ahejlsberg · Pull R...
TS Pull Request outlining why methods are not strictly checked: "The stricter checking applies to all function types, except those originating in method or construcor declarations. Methods are excluded specifically to ensure generic classes and interfaces (such as Array<T>) continue to mostly relate covariantly."
contravariance, covariance, development, prog...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Covariance and Contravariance in TypeScript
Good explanation of covariance and contravariance in TS.
contravariance, covariance, development, prog...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ The Math behind Project Scheduling, Bug Track...
agile, development, estimation, process, scrum
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Amazon Architecture - High Scalability -
This is a wonderfully informative Amazon update based on Joachim Rohde's discovery of an interview with Amazon's CTO. You'll learn about how Amazon organizes their teams around services, the CAP theorem of building scalable systems, how they deploy software, and a lot more. Many new additions from the ACM Queue article have also been included.
amazon, architecture, development, developmen...
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