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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 ✔ | 2 ♥ Create UML diagrams online
very interesting ... giving it a try.
diagramming, programming, software developmen...
0 ✔ | 2 ♥ C++ Language Tutorial
Help with C++ class
c, c plus plus, program, programming
0 ✔ | 2 ♥ ThinkGeek :: Do or Do Not :: Zoom!
funny, humor, programming, shirtforjon, shirt...
0 ✔ | 2 ♥ Programming Language Popularity
this site apparently show the popularity of various programming languages based on their popularity among various online searches. neat.
programming, programming languages, statistics
0 ✔ | 2 ♥ Hack This Site!
basically a bunch of hacking challenges.
challenges, hacking, hacking challenges, prog...
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 ♥ Short, Self Contained, Correct Example (SSCCE)
If you are having a problem with some code and seeking help, preparing a Short, Self Contained, Correct Example (SSCCE) is very useful. But what is an SSCCE? ...
bug reporting, customer engagement, issue rep...
0 ✔ | 1 ♥ Check output device is a terminal - Rosetta Code
Demonstrate how to check whether the output device is a terminal or not. If a terminal is the output, you can use color codes in STDOUT
color coded output, colors, programming, stdout
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