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2014-08-22 Julia 0.3 Released
The latest release contains numerous performance, library, and REPL enhancements.
2014-08-19 11 Free Clojure Ebooks
List with summaries compiled Feb., 2014.
2014-08-16 Julia’s Role in Data Science
Brief, down-to-earth assessment of the current state of the language and ecosystem.
2014-08-14 Life in a “Moderate” Muslim Country
A teenager in Malaysia is being investigated by the police for “sedition.” His sole act was to click the “Like” button on a Facebook page supportive of Israel. He says he clicked it by mistake. He has also received death threats from his fellow citizens.
2014-08-13 My Doctor Told Me I Should Vaccinate My Children
Humor created from the probable transcript of the inner voice of a multitude of parents.
2014-08-10 Python as Shell
A project that allows python to be used conveniently on the command line.
2014-08-06 The never-ending conundrums of classical physics
Check out my article in Ars Technica: “classical physics remains a vibrant arena of active research. Its foundations and the fundamental problems posed by several of its subfields still engage the imaginations of thousands of physicists throughout the world. And like all areas in active development, it attracts contention and controversy”.
2014-08-06 Selfie by Monkey
... creates copyright conundrum.
2014-08-05 Nature’s God
This new book about the philosophical and religious attitudes of the founders of the U.S. of A. looks interesting.
2014-08-05 5 Lessons Learned Writing a Clojure Web App
Practical lessons resulting from recent experience.
2014-08-03 Clojure Destructuring Tutorial and Cheat Sheet
Under construction, but already useful.
2014-08-02 Perfect ClojureScript Development Environment With Vim
Anton Astashov’s setup for immediate load from Vim to the browser.
2014-08-01 “bbum”’s photographic study of an emerging cicada
Before they dry their wings are a lovely green.
2014-07-30 Eric Normand on Core.async
Really helps you understand what core.async does for you.
2014-07-28 Mars Opportunity Rover Sets Off-World Driving Record
The rover just passed the 25-mile mark. Visit the link for a map of its travels.
2014-07-26 Mystery in the Perseus Cluster
‘“I couldn't believe my eyes,” says Esra Bulbul of the Harvard Center for Astrophysics. “What we found, at first glance, could not be explained by known physics.”’
2014-07-24 BirdWatch with ClojureScript and Om explained
Matthias Nehlsen explains how he wrote a (very nice) front end to his interesting BirdWatch application, which presents term statistics for tweets that satisfy a search string.
2014-07-21 Rosetta’s comet ‘sweats’ two glasses of water a second
ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft detects enough water vapor coming off of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko to fill an Olympic swimming pool in 100 days. “Glasses” and “swimming pools” are the only units of volume offered by the article on the European Space Agency website, which is otherwise quite good.
2014-07-21 A Lisper's first impression of Julia
A quite detailed and opinionated comparison of the various ways in which Julia is better or worse than Common Lisp.
2014-07-20 Earth-like Soils on Mars
“Phosphorus depletion within the profiles is especially tantalizing, because it [is] attributed to microbial activity on Earth.”
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