21 Nov 18

An informal top-level overview of terms used in concurrent computing. The motivations are to provide an unfragmented resource on a topic of wide relevance, to disambiguate overloaded terms and to aid natural understanding by contextualizing certain terms more broadly than their conventional meanings.

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12 Aug 11

Learn Clojure the Easy Way?

No, there generally isn’t an easy way to learn anything worth learning. To the extent there is an easy way to learn Clojure, that way is simply to use the language to create something you love. You won’t even notice the effort of learning.

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31 Mar 11

15 Mar 11

JavaScript Garden is a growing collection of documentation about the most quirky parts of the JavaScript programming language. It gives advice to avoid common mistakes, subtle bugs, as well as performance issues and bad practices that non-expert JavaScript programmers may encounter on their endeavours into the depths of the language.

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19 Dec 10

“Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can’t memorize. Detexify is an attempt to simplify this search.”

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16 Nov 10

DevCheatSheet.com is a directory of free cheat sheets and quick reference cards for developers, programmers, engineers, and nerds.

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27 Oct 10

Samples are provided to allow reader to get basic idea of a potential attack and almost every section includes a brief information about itself.

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17 Sep 10

R is an open source implementation of the S-Plus language. It is freely available and is licensed under the GPL. The language simplifies many statistical computations and can be a powerful tool.

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01 Sep 10

the full vi/vim input model, the function of all keys, and all major features in a single page.

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01 Jul 10

“There is a technique known as the ``Clockwise/Spiral Rule’’ which enables any C programmer to parse in their head any C declaration!”

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14 Jan 10

Based on Donald Knuth’s concept of literate programming, LiteratePrograms is a collection of code samples displayed in an easy-to-read way, collaboratively edited and debugged, and all released under the liberal MIT/X11 License (see Copyrights) so that anyone can use our code and text for any purpose.

Code on LiteratePrograms is organized in a variety of ways using categories: by subject area, by language, by environment, and so on.

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